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Inflation could significantly slow bull market, Citi’s Levkovich warns

March's brutal start on Wall Street may not be an anomaly. If Citi's forecast is right, it could replay several times this year,...

Trump’s tariff plan leaves blue-collar winners and losers

More from The New York TimesEscalating trade fight, Trump threatens higher taxes on European carsCan fashion help Detroit make a comeback?The Trump steel...

Italy exit poll shows election heading for a hung parliament

Silvio Berlusconi, leader of right-wing party...

Bend, Oregon commuter town for Silicon Valley tech community

While Bend isn't even in the same state as San Francisco or Seattle, it's becoming an option for the tech community, especially those...

Andy Slavitt, ex Medicare and Medicaid chief, becoming health investor

While running the Centers for Medicaid and Medicaid, Slavitt did not lie awake at night worrying whether the prototypical Fitbit or Apple Watch...

Here’s why Indiana spends thousands to train people at a school...

How do we make schools safer? It's a question parents, teachers and students have been urgently asking since the latest...

Oscar nominee Margot Robbie says her family wanted her to quit...

From there, she says she started "chasing the roles that people didn't want to give" her, including a 19-year-old farm girl in the...

Trump’s steel tariffs are earning him cheers from Democrats and unions

Few issues could blur the lines of partisanship in Trump-era Washington. Trade is one of them. President Donald Trump's announcement...

The world’s highest-paid actors include 2 Ryans, 2 Toms and 3...

According to Forbes, between June 1, 2016 and June 1, 2017, the world's 10 highest-paid actresses made a combined $172.5 million. The...

Former Pentagon speechwriter now a filmmaker

Since college, Ramsay had been paving a straight path toward a career in politics. After studying government at Dartmouth, Ramsay worked as an...
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