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Campaign, RNC Funds Tapped to Pay for Trump Legal Bills
Campaign, RNC Funds Tapped to Pay for Trump Legal Bills

President Donald Trump is using funds raised for the Republican National Committee and his 2020 presidential campaign to help pay for the team of private attorneys representing him in the probe of Russian interference in the 2016 election, according to two people familiar with the payments.

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States Need $645 Billion to Pay For These Promises, And That’s Not Counting What They Owe in Pensions
States Need $645 Billion to Pay For These Promises, And That’s Not Counting What They Owe in Pensions

New accounting guidelines that urge local governments to record their total health care costs show they need more money to pay for it.

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China Rushes to Surpass U.S. in Decoding Citizens’ Genes
China Rushes to Surpass U.S. in Decoding Citizens’ Genes

Beijing sets the goal of collecting and analyzing the genetic data from at least 1 million Chinese citizens to help unearth the causes of diseases from cancer to schizophrenia, and pave the way for targeted treatments.

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Toshiba Decides on Bain-Apple Group in Chip-Business Sale
Toshiba Decides on Bain-Apple Group in Chip-Business Sale

Toshiba Corp. has decided to sell its chip business to a group led by Bain Capital which includes Apple Inc. and Dell Technologies Inc., although there is still opposition to the deal.

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Fed Poised to Set Portfolio Reduction Plan in Motion
Fed Poised to Set Portfolio Reduction Plan in Motion

The Federal Reserve on Wednesday likely will announce the beginning of a yearslong program to shrink its bond portfolio and could offer clues about the prospects for another rate increase this year.

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Heavy Debt Crushed Owners of Toys “R” Us
Heavy Debt Crushed Owners of Toys “R” Us

Competition may have brought down Toys “R” Us. But the debt that three Wall Street firms took on to acquire the company—and the way the ownership group was constructed—left them without a fighting chance.

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Latest Push for a Health-Law Repeal Picks Up Speed in the Senate
Latest Push for a Health-Law Repeal Picks Up Speed in the Senate

A last-chance push by Republicans to scrap the Affordable Care Act is gaining momentum but still faces formidable odds because some key moderate GOP senators are wavering in their support just days before a possible vote.

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Mark Walter Considers Stepping Down as CEO of Guggenheim Partners
Mark Walter Considers Stepping Down as CEO of Guggenheim Partners

Guggenheim Partners’s Mark Walter has told colleagues he is considering ceding his post as chief executive while remaining the financial firm’s chairman.

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‘Burner Phone’ Accusation Marks New Chapter in Ole Miss Scandal
‘Burner Phone’ Accusation Marks New Chapter in Ole Miss Scandal

Ole Miss reported to the NCAA a lawyer’s allegation that its football coaches used prepaid phones to conceal contacts with recruits.

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