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Is the Jamaican coalition ahead for Germany?

Peter Morgan, director European Studies Program, University of Sydney, said talk is growing that Angela Merkel's CDU, the Free Democratic Party (FDP) and the Greens will form a coalition, with overall party colors similar to the Jamaican flag.

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Facebook’s Frankenstein moment

Facebook is fighting through a tangled morass of privacy, free-speech and moderation issues with governments around the world, The New York Times reports.

Source: The New York Times

6 things to do in your 20s to be debt-free by 30

These six finance tips will help you pay off your loans, fast.

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Lyft teams up with USC to give low-income seniors rides to the doctor

USC researchers want to study whether connecting seniors with free Lyft rides can improve health outcomes and reduce loneliness.

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Helpr is the Uber for childcare

Two college students disrupt the childcare industry with their start-up, Helpr. The on-demand babysitting app is free and helps parents in a pinch.

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Wilbur Ross: Some countries want a free ride on US intellectual property

U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross discusses protecting the intellectual property of U.S. companies, and bringing jobs back to America.

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Here's the scariest part of NAFTA, according to Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross

The third round of renegotiations of the North American Free Trade Agreement is set to kick off Friday.

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8 colleges you can attend for free

These schools charge no tuition.

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$999 iPhone could spell trouble for wireless carriers

Wireless carriers are wary about providing zero-down, interest-free equipment installment plans for the $999 iPhone.

Source: CNBC.com

Joe Biden opposes Mark Zuckerberg and other execs on giving Americans free cash handouts

The former vice president says "there is a better way forward" than universal basic income.

Source: CNBC.com