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Why More States Are Tussling With Their Teachers

Teachers from Kentucky, West Virginia, Oklahoma and Arizona have staged strikes and demonstrations, and they have threatened walkouts over new proposals to install limits on pensions, wage increases and benefits.


Jonah Hill's brother and Maroon 5 manager Jordan Feldstein's cause of death revealed

Music manager Feldstein died suddenly aged 40 in Los Angeles on December 22 last year


Alibaba-backed company: China's car market will grow close to 20 percent in the next five years

China's car market will continue growing, and companies should embrace the "new retail concept," said the CFO of SouChe.


Where will travelers go for Spring Break this year?

Here are the top Spring Break destinations for this year.        


Entrepreneurs are driving Asia's wealth creation: Credit Suisse

Wealth creation in Asia is booming thanks to entrepreneurs, according to Credit Suisse Asia Pacific CEO Helman Sitohang.

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Should College Education Be Free?

Supporters of tuition-free higher education say it is an investment that benefits all Americans. But opponents say expecting taxpayers to shoulder the cost is unfair.

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Do Most People Need Life Insurance?

Advocates say most families don’t have the resources to cover themselves if tragedy occurs. But critics say the chance of needing coverage is remote and not worth the expense.


In '60 Minutes' Interview Saudi Crown Prince Boasts $100 Billion From Anti-Corruption Round Up

Asked about his $500 million yacht and $300 million French chateau, the prince said, “My personal life is something that I’d like to keep to myself."


Credit Suisse CEO says bank will be 'very profitable' after it puts 'undesirable' trades behind it

There's no way to clean up the past without generating losses, Credit Suisse group chief executive officer Tidjane Thiam said.


Congress Braces for Battle Over Massive Spending Bill

Congress will enter its last major fiscal battle before November’s midterm elections this week, as lawmakers prepare to debate a mammoth spending bill that offers them the last chance to settle dozens of long-running policy fights.

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Will Office Affairs Ever Be the Same? Not in Romance Novels

Fiction writers conjure the HR department of your fantasies, as they reconsider workplace behavior; ‘Nothing about that look was professional or appropriate’


Park wins Founders Cup, 54-year-old Davies ties for 2nd

Inbee Park spoiled Laura Davies' bid to become the oldest winner in LPGA Tour history, pulling away from the 54-year-old Englishwoman in the Founders Cup        


Hyundai Motor shares tumble following U.S. probe of air bag failures

SEOUL (Reuters) - Shares of Hyundai Motor slid on Monday after a U.S. regulator said it had opened a probe into why some air bags failed to deploy in Hyundai and Kia vehicles following crashes that reportedly killed four people and left six injured.

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