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Charitable Giving in U.S. Tops $400 Billion for First Time

Charitable Giving in U.S. Tops $400 Billion for First Time

By David Crary | Jun 13
Fueled by a surging stock market and huge gifts from billionaires, charitable giving in the United States in 2017 topped the $400 billion mark for the first time, according to the latest comprehensive report on Americans' giving patterns.

Report Describes Dubai Real Estate as Money-Laundering Haven

Report Describes Dubai Real Estate as Money-Laundering Haven

By Jon Gambrell | Jun 12
War profiteers, terror financiers and drug traffickers sanctioned by the U.S. in recent years have used Dubai's real-estate market as a haven for their assets, a new report released Tuesday alleges.

Don't Let a Down Payment Scare You Off

Don't Let a Down Payment Scare You Off

By Brianna McGurran | Jun 11
College is over, but you still have to do the kind of math that matters. Like: How am I supposed to save $50,000 for a down payment on a house?

White House Takes Up Fight Against 'Back-Stabbing' Trudeau

White House Takes Up Fight Against 'Back-Stabbing' Trudeau

By Rob Gillies, Ken Thomas, and Catherine Lucey | Jun 10
Bashing the leader of one of America's venerable allies, the White House escalated its trade tirade and leveled more withering and unprecedented criticism Sunday against Canada's prime minister, branding Justin Trudeau a back-stabber.

Trade Tremors: How Trump's Tariffs Have Stirred Up Markets

Trade Tremors: How Trump's Tariffs Have Stirred Up Markets

By Marley Jay | Jun 10
Fears of a trade war have given a boost to some of the smallest companies on the market as well as some of the biggest technology companies, but they've squeezed almost everything in the middle.

Energized Arizona Teachers Turn Attention to Tax Proposal

Energized Arizona Teachers Turn Attention to Tax Proposal

By Melissa Daniels | Jun 10
Arizona was a key state in a spring that saw teachers around the U.S. mobilize to demand better education funding. They wound up netting hundreds of millions of new dollars in the state budget.

AP FACT CHECK: Trump's Bottom-Line Stats on Trade Are Wrong

AP FACT CHECK: Trump's Bottom-Line Stats on Trade Are Wrong

By Calvin Woodward and Paul Wiseman | Jun 9
President Donald Trump is using some goosey numbers to rationalize his aggressive rhetoric on trade, disregarding strong points in U.S. competitiveness to paint a dark portrait of a world taking advantage of his country.

Liz Weston: Why Your Teen Should Work This Summer

Liz Weston: Why Your Teen Should Work This Summer

By Liz Weston | Jun 9
Summer jobs for teens are an endangered species worth saving.

 Trump Says 'Let Russia Back In' as He Heads for G-7 Summit

Trump Says 'Let Russia Back In' as He Heads for G-7 Summit

By Catherine Lucey, Rob Gillies, and Zeke Miller | Jun 8
President Donald Trump injected fresh drama into an already tense meeting of the Group of Seven major industrialized nations Friday, calling for Russia, ousted for its the annexation of Crimea, to be reinstated.

Under Fire over Tariffs, Trump Heads to G-7 Summit in Canada

Under Fire over Tariffs, Trump Heads to G-7 Summit in Canada

By Catherine Lucey, Rob Gillies, and Zeke Miller | Jun 8
President Donald Trump is lashing out at longtime allies over their critiques of his trade policies and plans an early exit from the annual Group of Seven meeting of industrialized nations.

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