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Oct 20, 2018

Trump: Republicans planning tax cuts for middle-income earners before November
However, Congress is out of session until after the midterm elections.

Washington Post Business
Oct 20, 2018

What's the Deal With Airline Food, Lufthansa?
About half the global market for in-flight catering has been up for sale this year, yet the business is often more profitable than flying passengers.

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Oct 20, 2018

Class-action lawsuit accuses e-scooter companies of ‘gross negligence'
Two of the country's largest e-scooter companies have been accused of gross negligence and a series of assaults stemming from hit-and-run incidents involving pedestrians, according to a class-action lawsuit filed Friday in Los Angeles County Superior Court.

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Oct 20, 2018

Who Is Jamal Khashoggi? A Saudi Insider Who Became an Exiled Critic
The journalist hasn't been seen or heard from since he walked into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2.

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Oct 20, 2018

Mohammed bin Salman
Not since the reign of the country's founder, Abdulaziz ibn Saud, has so much power been in one man's hands in Saudi Arabia. Mohammed bin Salman isn't king, yet. But the 33-year-old crown prince essentially runs the country for his father, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, who is 82. The prince leapfrogged a generation of more experienced uncles and cousins to the brink of the top position in one of the world's last remaining absolute monarchies. He vowed to deliver revolutionary change, moderating rel

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Oct 20, 2018

Mega Millions jackpot enters ‘uncharted territory' at record $1.6 billion
The estimated cash option alone is nearly $905 million.

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Oct 20, 2018

Drink too much beer at a Dallas Cowboys game? Now a free robot-driven van will scoop you up afterward.
A self-driving ride-hailing company has launched in Arlington, Tex., where a fleet of robot-driven vans ferry people between downtown landmarks, restaurants and sporting events.

Washington Post Business
Oct 20, 2018

How Mega Millions changed the odds to create a record-breaking $1.6 billion jackpot
Tuesday's mind-boggling Mega Millions jackpot will draw players hoping to score the largest lottery jackpot in history.

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2018

McCain's a ‘geezer,' and Ryan's an ‘absolute nobody': Russia's playbook for sounding American in Facebook propaganda
Name the subject, and Russian disinformation operatives had a playbook on how to pass themselves off as politically active Americans to manipulate U.S. voters. The same tactics honed during the 2016 election carried over into the run-up to the midterms.

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Oct 19, 2018

Khashoggi outcry galvanizes critics against Saudi arms sales
Efforts could affect billions of dollars in weaponry made by U.S. contractors.

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Oct 19, 2018

We tried whispering to an Amazon Echo. It whispered back.
Amazon released an Alexa skill for its Echo on Oct. 18 that allows it to whisper to U.S. users for life's quieter moments.

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Oct 19, 2018

McCain's a ‘geezer' and Ryan's an ‘absolute nobody': Russia's playbook for sounding American in Facebook propaganda
Name the subject, and Russian disinformation operatives had a playbook on how to pass themselves off as politically active Americans as they secretly sought to manipulate U.S. voters online -- on both the right and the left -- with incendiary phrases, glib putdowns and appeals to pre-existing political biases. And the same tactics honed during the 2016 presidential election carried over into the runup toward the 2018 midterm congressional vote.

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2018

McCain's a ‘geezer‘ and Ryan's an ‘absolute nobody': Russia's playbook for sounding American in Facebook propaganda
Name the subject, and Russian disinformation operatives had a playbook on how to pass themselves off as politically active Americans as they secretly sought to manipulate U.S. voters online -- on both the right and the left -- with incendiary phrases, glib putdowns and appeals to pre-existing political biases. And the same tactics honed during the 2016 presidential election carried over into the runup toward the 2018 midterm congressional vote.

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2018

How to know where to sit in a meeting
If you find yourself in the ‘wrong seat,' jump up but don't jump to conclusions about what it means

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Oct 19, 2018

Anand Giridharadas: The disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi highlights Silicon Valley's Saudi hypocrisy
The financial ties between the Saudi government and the tech industry underscore the delusion of an enlightened tech sector, says Giridharadas.

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2018

Mnuchin still plans to attend Saudi anti-terror financing meeting after Khashoggi disappearance
The event is separate from the ‘Davos in the Desert' financial summit that Mnuchin withdrew from on Thursday amid global outrage over the Saudi dissident journalist's suspected death.

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2018

Trump thinks the Fed has gone ‘loco.' Wait until he sees what it does next.
The Fed is going to be driving Trump crazy for a while.

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Oct 19, 2018

The New Thing in Energy Is Old Pipes
Andrew Gould's Strike LLC purchase is the latest sign of growing interest in the upkeep and repair of the sector's aging infrastructure.

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Oct 19, 2018

How Mega Millions changed the odds to create a $1 billion jackpot
The Mega Millions jackpot will draw players hoping to score the second-largest lottery jackpot in U.S. history.

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Oct 19, 2018

This Small Bank Could Signal Trouble for the Biggest Ones
Investors are punishing Bank OZK, which could be a canary in the coal mine when it comes to commercial real estate.

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Oct 19, 2018

Five myths about Apple
No, it doesn't design its products to need rapid replacement.

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Oct 19, 2018

Daimler's List of Excuses Gets Longer and Longer
With carmakers being buffeted from the left, right and center, are they a viable investment any more?

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Oct 19, 2018

It's Too Soon to Say P&G Turned the Tide
It still has ample work ahead to achieve a comeback, and a difficult environment won't help.

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Oct 19, 2018

What the EU Looks for in the Budgets of Italy and Others
For nations of the European Union's single currency area, the annual budget process isn't over when a budget is drawn up. The European Commission also gets a say. In Italy's case, the response from Brussels took less than three days. In a letter to the Italian government, the EU leadership said the draft included an unprecedented "deviation," and it demanded an explanation. With no evidence that Italy is willing to reconsider its plans to spend big, signs point to an escalating standoff.

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Oct 19, 2018

Yale Champions Social Investing (Whatever That Is)
The broad sustainable movement has garnered a lot of attention but done a poor job of explaining what it is and what it wants to do.

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Oct 19, 2018

With each department store that closes, a world vanishes
Working in retail made the aspirational real. When I sold a crystal jar, I bought a Diane von Furstenberg dress.

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Oct 19, 2018

Bill Gates honors Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, who died Monday
"Paul deserved more time in life. He would have made the most of it," Gates wrote in an essay in the Wall Street Journal.

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Oct 19, 2018

Facebook hires Nick Clegg, Britain's former deputy prime minister, to lead global affairs
Clegg will take over from Elliot Schrage and could put the company on a stronger footing in Europe.

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Oct 19, 2018

The Energy 202: In what may be a first, Patagonia endorses two Senate candidates
Jon Tester and Jacky Rosen got the company's backing.

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Oct 19, 2018

Honeywell Gets a Chance to Own the Spotlight
Earnings expectations were high, but it still managed to impress.

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2018

Explaining SoftBank's Close Ties With Saudi Arabia
The controversy over the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi has prompted business leaders to distance themselves from Saudi Arabia. U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, JPMorgan Chase & Co. Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon and Uber Technologies Inc.'s Dara Khosrowshahi have all dropped out of an investment conference in Riyadh slated to begin Oct. 23. However, SoftBank Group Corp.'s founder Masayoshi Son is among the few who haven't. Here's an overview of Son and SoftBank's ti

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Oct 19, 2018

The Finance 202: Uber illustrates long Saudi shadow in U.S. business world
The ride-sharing company took a $3.5B investment from Saudis in 2016.

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2018

Uber illustrates the long Saudi shadow of the U.S. business world
The ride-sharing company took a $3.5B investment from Saudis in 2016.

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2018

Concealed doorways are the latest trend in home design.
Secret doors can protect hidden places from serious threats, dress up a room or add to the fun

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2018

Brexit Is Ripping the World's Financial Plumbing Apart
Banks and exchanges aren't waiting for political uncertainty to abate before they move business.

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2018

How '80s excess fueled today's Mega Millions mania
As Americans dreamed of luxury, it became increasingly unattainable. Enter the lottery.

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2018

Waterfront house in Annapolis's Wardour community lists for $4.5 million
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The 5,055-square-foot house overlooks Weems Creek and has two deep water piers.

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2018

How Saudis Turned Yemen War Into Humanitarian Crisis
In Yemen, a three-year conflict has produced what United Nations officials call "the worst man-made humanitarian crisis of our time." Markets, hospitals and other civilian sites have been repeatedly a...

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2018

How to know which chair to pick for a meeting
If you're in the "wrong seat," jump up but don't jump to conclusions about what it means

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2018

How to get more for less with the Forever stamp? Buy before the price goes up.
Nothing lasts, folks. But you knew that.µ

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2018

Get more for less with the Forever stamp by buying before the price goes up
Not many businesses would impose a price hike of 10 percent on their best-known product while cutting prices 29 percent on a similar but less-popular product. But the U.S. Postal Service is doing just that.

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2018

Soho House Has 20 Billion Reasons to Envy WeWork
Who knew millennials would pay more to work than party?

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2018

Trump thinks the Fed is ‘loco.' Wait until he sees what it does next.
President Trump has good reasons for thinking that the Federal Reserve is raising rates more than the economic situation warrants. But the Fed has good reasons for strongly signaling that it will keep raising rates for the foreseeable future.

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2018

AB InBev's $100 Billion Hangover
Cutting the dividend now rather than later looks the most sober course of action.

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2018

This Theory Has Some U.S. Politicians Thinking Big
Under conventional economic theory, a government that spends more than it collects has two unpleasant choices: borrow, or raise taxes. An alternative view provided by what's known as Modern Monetary Theory is taking hold among progressive U.S. politicians. The idea is that there's lots more room for deficit spending on wish-list items like guaranteeing everyone a job, fixing infrastructure, making higher education loan-free and ensuring everyone has access to health care. With President Donald T

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Tesla chief Elon Musk unveils a $35,000 Model 3 (that actually costs a bit more)
The move signals an attempt for the all-electric automaker to get back to business after months of controversy.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Italian Bonds Don't Have History on Their Side
Using the euro zone sovereign debt crisis era as a base, it looks as though the nation is very close to losing the confidence of international investors.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

American Coal's Asian Savior Is a Fantasy
From Wyoming to China is too far, shipping is too expensive, and the product is too low-quality.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

I fell for Facebook fake news. Here's why millions of you did, too.
Everyone now knows the Web is filled with lies. So then how do fake Facebook posts, YouTube videos and tweets keep making suckers of us?

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Why Amazon Prime memberships might be ‘flattening out'
In the past year, prime memberships grew 8 percent -- the lowest annual rate in at least six years -- according to a new report.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

David Marchick to leave Carlyle by year's end
More leadership changes could come as the next generation of executives puts its stamp on the private-equity firm

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Shaken by hype, self-driving leaders adopt new strategy: Shutting up
After years of self-driving hype, companies are taking a more subdued approach to addressing the tough realities of the most complicated robotic system ever built.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

TSMC's Troubles Piling Up Show Risk for Global Tech
Keep an eye on inventory levels at electronics makers as this earnings season progresses.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Paul Allen spent years building the world's biggest airplane. He'll never see it fly.
In an interview last year, Allen talked about the future he envisioned in space, he was at ease and excited at the possibilities — especially with the advancements in satellite technology.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Google's former head of H.R. wants to help people act more human at work
Laszlo Bock gives a first look at his new venture Humu, which aims to make work better thru "machine learning, science and love."

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Google's former head of HR wants to help people act more human at work
Laszlo Bock gives a first look at his new venture Humu, which aims to make work better thru "machine learning, science and love."

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin pulls out of investment conference, rebuking Saudi regime
Mnuchin's withdrawal follows the disappearance of columnist Jamal Khashoggi, who Turkish investigators believe was killed inside a Saudi compound.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

My Phone Is My Wallet
The future of money is in your pocket — the one you keep your phone in, not your wallet. A growing portion of the world's population is making phone-assisted transactions. They're using a variety of technologies, from the text-message system popular in Kenya to the seamless credit card-and-app arrangements that move money for every Lyft and Uber ride. It's a revolution that's lagged in the U.S., despite offerings from Apple Inc. and a range of big retailers. In addition to providing convenience

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

It's not just the young: Middle-age voters aren't showing up at the polls like they used to
Everybody knows that young Americans don't tend to go to the polls. But data shows steep midterm turnout declines among 30-, 40- and 50-somethings, too.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

ATVs Drive Textron's Earnings Off a Cliff
A big shortfall at one of the company's mishmash of businesses highlights the dangers of being too sprawling.

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Oct 18, 2018

Finding a Cure for Kinder Morgan's Frustration
A sale of the pipeline giant's Canadian subsidiary would help investors finally focus on its growth story.

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Oct 18, 2018

Mortgage rates pull back after last week's sharp increase
The 30-year fixed-rate average dropped to 4.85 percent.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Why a Silicon Valley venture fund thinks Baltimore can be an East Coast tech hub
Investors, including UnderArmour founder Kevin Plank, want to build a bustling waterfront business center that will bring high-paying jobs and world renown to a now-blighted section of South Baltimore.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Musk settles with SEC, steps down as board chairman of Tesla
The Security and Exchange Commission reached an agreement with Elon Musk. He will pay a $20 million fine and step down as board chairman of Tesla.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

How an academic found incumbent governors manipulated the labor market in the run-up to elections
Governors face every temptation to put their thumb on the scale in the run-up to an election. Veto budget cuts. Hold off on that hiring freeze. But it's always been difficult to prove that such manipulation happened on a nationwide scale.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Tesla's Musk unveils a cheaper Model 3 — but not as cheap as promised
The move to make the company's newest electric car available for $45,000, with discounts available, could frustrate Tesla fans who put down a $1,000 deposit two years ago for what they believed would be a sleek electric sedan costing about $27,500 after tax incentives.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Big Bank Earnings Are Less Than Meets the Eye
Strip out one-time gains and benefits from the tax cut, and profit growth in the third quarter was just 5 percent.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Here's a way to cut college costs
Many parents believe they have little to no obligation to pay the entire cost of college for their children

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Italy Gets a Little Breathing Room
A bond exchange gives the country more time to repay its debt, but the Treasury still faces a funding struggle.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

The Finance 202: Mnuchin faces tricky decision on Saudi conference
The upside to going seems small.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

How to Get Ahead in Advertising? Drastic Measures
Publicis and WPP both need to overhaul their sprawling empires, and investors aren't looking for half-measures.

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Oct 18, 2018

China's weak currency is helping it in the trade war — but Beijing doesn't want it to fall further
The Chinese yuan sank to a 21-month low against the U.S. dollar on Thursday.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Over 16 days, I lost $78,000 in my 401(k). But I didn't lose any sleep.
Advice on surviving a stock market decline

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Here's one way to cut the cost of college
Many parents believe they have little to no obligation to pay the entire cost of college for their children

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

J.C. Penney Needs to Prove It's Not the Next Sears
The struggling retailer and its new CEO face a crucial test this holiday season.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Rising above the tangled traffic of Los Angeles in a luxury condo
Metropolis, a $1 billion housing/retail complex, is a towering symbol of the city's downtown renaissance.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Even janitors have noncompete clauses now
The proliferation of the wage-depressing contracts is a natural consequence of capitalists' paradoxical aversion to competition. That doesn't mean courts and politicians have to go along with it.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Even janitors have noncompete clauses now. Nobody is safe.
The proliferation of the wage-depressing contracts is a natural consequence of capitalists' paradoxical aversion to competition. That doesn't mean courts and politicians have to go along with it.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Even janitors have noncompetes now. Nobody is safe.
The proliferation of the wage-depressing contracts is a natural consequence of capitalists' paradoxical aversion to competition. That doesn't mean courts and politicians have to go along with it.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

How Mega Millions and Powerball changed the odds to create monster jackpots
The game has existed in some form since 1996. But only recently has it been shelling out massive jackpots.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

How Mega Millions and Powerball manipulated the odds to create monster jackpots
The game has existed in some form since 1996. But only recently has it been shelling out massive jackpots.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Cities where the supply of homes for sale is growing and shrinking
TOWN SQUARE | Many of the cities with rising inventory are in the West. D.C. is among the ones with fewer homes for sale.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

For Nestle and Unilever, No News Is Good News
With activist investors prowling, neither of Europe's two big consumer giants can afford any slip-ups.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

I fell for Facebook fake news. Here's why millions of you did.
If you think you're immune to this stuff, you're wrong. Detecting what's fake in images and video is only getting harder.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Apple IPhone Helps Give TSMC an Instant Hit
Its latest chipmaking technology has had one of the fastest uptakes in recent history.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Paul Allen spent years on a project to build the biggest plane ever. He never saw it finished.
The billionaire co-founder of Microsoft was an aerospace enthusiast and Stratolaunch was to be his crowning achievement.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Google's former head of human resources wants to help people act more human at work
Laszlo Bock's new venture makes software that acts like a digital personal coach, prodding managers to give employees a shout-out for helping their team or to ask workers what they're looking forward to doing over the weekend.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

China's Machine Makers Are Looking for a Scapegoat
An anti-dumping investigation into Japanese and Taiwanese exporters ignores the reality that orders have been slowing.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2018

Why You Keep Hearing the Name Magnitsky in the News: QuickTake
Like a legislative Zelig, it pops up in all sorts of places. The U.S. law known as the Magnitsky Act has been wielded against Russian officials and the Myanmar military, proposed as a tool to punish China and Saudi Arabia and invoked in the ongoing investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. There's quite a story behind it as well.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2018

Venezuela's foreign creditors try to lay claim to Citgo
If the oil company is seized, it could choke off a reliable source of cash for the already struggling country.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2018

What the Fed Minutes Didn't Say Is What Matters
It's likely that the Fed will boost its target for the federal funds rate by a full percentage point by the end of next year.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2018

Rising Iron-Ore Prices Seem to Defy Economic Logic
Demand is flat or falling and supply is increasing, so what gives? The explanation could lie in China's sketchy data.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2018

Trump ditches 144-year-old postal pact that boosts Chinese retailers
The president moves to undo a 144-year-old postal treaty that gave steep discounts to Chinese-based businesses

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Oct 17, 2018

Welcome to the first holiday season without Toys R Us
An "$11 billion jump ball"?: Why you might be hard pressed to find stores not stocking their shelves with toys this year.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2018

Trump calls for 5 percent spending cut in some programs
Congress would have to approve his proposals, which lawmakers repeatedlyhave brushed aside.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2018

‘We are doing our jobs': Federal Reserve ignores Trump and stays focused on gradual interest rate hikes
On Tuesday, President Trump said the Fed is his 'biggest threat,' but top Fed officials are brushing off the criticism, according to minutes of their September policy meeting.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2018

Prudential Financial no longer needs federal oversight, regulators say
The decision to free the insurer from tougher federal oversight was long expected as the Trump administration seeks to roll back regulations it sees as strangling economic growth.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2018

Mega Millions tweaked the odds to create monster jackpots. It worked.
The Mega Millions jackpot will draw players hoping to score the second-largest lottery jackpot in U.S. history.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2018

Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren target Amazon over labor practices
"Raising the pay of your lowest-paid workers ... does not give you a free pass to engage in potentially illegal anti-union behavior," the senators say in a letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2018

There's a Lot of Gasoline, But Not Enough for Trump
Pump prices are stubbornly high just ahead of the midterms, despite a surge of fuel in storage.

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