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United States

Heather Struck

Jeb Bush says U.S. needs to expand military presence in central Europe

Jun 11 2015

The United States needs to increase its military presence in central Europe, likely U.S. presidential candidate Jeb Bush said on on a visit to Poland, staking out a tough position on the need to contain Russia.

Cruz apologizes for joke about Biden

Jun 04 2015

Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz apologized on Wednesday for making a joke about Democratic Vice President Joe Biden, whose son died on the weekend.

Liberals are jumping into Bernie Sanders camp

Jun 03 2015

Bernie Sanders, a socialist Senator from Vermont, launched his presidential campaign last week. So how has he been doing? Actually, better than many people have expected.

Fiorina learns cruel lesson of tech world

May 04 2015

Republican presidential contender Carly Fiorina suffered an embarrassment on the first day of her campaign on when a critic registered a website - www.carlyfiorina.org - to highlight job losses at Hewlett-Packard, where she served as CEO a decade ago.

Corrected - Big personalities of the dotcom boom: where are they now?

Apr 24 2015

NEW YORK (Story corrects paragraph 16 to show that TheRealReal was founded in 2011, not 2012, and has 3.5 million members, not monthly users.)

Fewer workers tapping retirement nest egg for loans: study

Mar 13 2013

NEW YORK Fewer people tapped their workplace retirement accounts for temporary loans or "hardship" withdrawals last year, according to a study released Wednesday by WorldatWork and the American Benefits Institute.

Assets climb in 529 accounts, but few use them

Mar 12 2013

NEW YORK Assets in 529 plans climbed to nearly $200 billion in 2012, but the number of families drawing from their accounts to pay for college was just a fraction of the growing student population, according to a report on the plans released on Tuesday by the College Savings Plans Network.

YOUR MONEY-Assets climb in 529 accounts, but few use them

Mar 12 2013

NEW YORK, March 12 Assets in 529 plans climbed to nearly $200 billion in 2012, but the number of families drawing from their accounts to pay for college was just a fraction of the growing student population, according to a report on the plans released on Tuesday by the College Savings Plans Network.

As college costs rise in U.S., parents fall short of saving goals

Feb 26 2013

NEW YORK With rising U.S. college costs and too many options, parents are saving less than they expected for their children's higher education.

As college costs rise in US, parents fall short of saving goals

Feb 26 2013

NEW YORK, Feb 26 With rising U.S. college costs and too many options, parents are saving less than they expected for their children's higher education.

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