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A fifth Republican senator says he will not support Senate Obamacare replacement

Nevada's Dean Heller said that he will not support the Senate's bill in its current form.

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Trump's core voters could suffer most under GOP health bill, but they may not punish him for it

A study says Trump's victory was propelled more by racial solidarity than his views on trade or entitlements.

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Pros and cons of paying off mortgage before retirement

Retiring a mortgage can reduce stress, increase cash flow and provide an equity cushion, however dvisors warn against using retirement-account funds to pay off home loans.

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An index-fund evangelist is straying from his gospel

Burton Malkiel, a Princeton economics professor changes his mind about smart-beta funds.

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Why Senate health-care bill has a better chance of passing than you think

Vox writes about how the Senate's health-care bill shouldn't pass, but it probably will.

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Obama reportedly approved 'cyberweapons' against Russian infrastructure before leaving office

A Washington Post report details the Obama administration's response last year after the CIA said it found intelligence showing that Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a campaign to influence the 2016 U.S. election.

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Here are the 20 additional stores Sears plans to close

The closures were confirmed in a filing with the SEC Friday morning by real estate investment trust Seritage, which owns the 20 properties.

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America is over-malled, but not enough warehouses to support Amazon

It remains to be seen how mall REITs will bounce back from the negative headlines about the effects of the ailing retail sector.

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4 ways you're losing money at work

Workers lose an average $604 in unused time off.

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Charlie Munger says Al Gore is 'not very smart,' but became filthy rich using this simple investing formula

Charlie Munger says investors can do well by avoiding capital intensive companies and buying only service firms.

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