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Sunny days for the economy can't last forever
Unfortunately, economic expansions don't last forever. Eventually, a recession comes along and ruins the party.

Donald Trump Jr. will dine with apartment buyers in India
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Idaho thinks it has a better idea than Obamacare
Idaho's governor last month said that insurers can sell plans that don't meet all of Obamacare's mandates. Blue Cross of Idaho plans to debut such policies soon.

As Whole Foods merges with Amazon, local suppliers watch and worry
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Some people already get food in a box from the government
Providing food in a box to needy Americans is nothing new for the federal government. It already supplies packages containing canned meats and fruits, juices, pasta, cereal and other nonperishable items to nearly 630,000 low-income senior citizens a year.

U.S. hospitals are turning to hurricane-hit Puerto Rico to recruit nurses
Burdened by an ongoing shortage of nurses, U.S. hospitals are snapping up healthcare workers from hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico.

Tariff winners and losers: U.S. Steel spikes, Ford retreats
Wall Street is already handing out verdicts on who will win and lose if President Trump follows Commerce Secretary recommendations to impose heavy tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.

Minimum wage since 1938
When the federal minimum wage first became law in 1938, it was 25 cents. Adjusted for inflation, that would be worth $4.19 today. Scroll over the chart to see historical minimum wage amounts, and their corresponding values in today's dollars.

Banks in Argentina to close for 4 days amid strike
Bank employees in Argentina are striking for two days starting next week, causing long lines at ATMs and tellers across the country.

Countries with higher wages than the U.S.
Some Republicans say high wages in the U.S. are hurting America's global competitiveness. See the countries where wages are even higher.


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