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Don't Write Off Paper Bank Statements Just Yet

By Spencer Tierney | Mar 2
Electronic bank statements have virtues - saving trees, keeping your desk uncluttered - but they also have a vice: They can be easy to forget.

Report: Anti-Semitic Incidents Soar by 57 Percent in 2017

By Michael Kunzelman | Feb 28
The Anti-Defamation League is reporting a 57 percent increase in anti-Semitic incidents in the U.S. last year, the highest tally that the Jewish civil rights group has counted in more than two decades.

Brexit is Already Causing a Drop in EU Migration to UK

By Pan Pylas | Feb 25
Brexit is little more than a year away but there is mounting evidence it's having a major impact on the number of European citizens looking to live and work in Britain.

First National Bank to Halt Production of NRA Credit Card

By Grant Schulte | Feb 24
The nation's largest privately-owned bank holding company will stop producing credit cards for the National Rifle Association in response to customer feedback, a spokesman said Thursday.

Bill, Melinda Gates Turn Attention Toward Poverty in America

By Sally Ho | Feb 13
Bill and Melinda Gates are rethinking their work in America as they confront what they consider their unsatisfactory track record on schools, the country's growing inequity and a president they disagree with.

AP FACT CHECK: Trump Overlooks MS-13 Gang's American Roots

By Josh Boak and Calvin Woodward | Feb 9
President Donald Trump is portraying the violent MS-13 gang as a collection of immigrants sneaking illegally into the U.S., an account that ignores the organization's homegrown roots and the fact many of its members are U.S. citizens.

Volatile Market A Good Time to Brush Up on Financial Terms

By Michelle Chapman | Feb 9
With global stock markets suddenly volatile again, investors might need a refresher on some of the terms being thrown around.

GOP Lawmakers Take Aim at WHO Agency over Roundup Ingredient

By Michael Biesecker | Feb 8
Republican lawmakers are threatening to cut off U.S. funding for the World Health Organization's cancer research program over its finding that the active ingredient in the herbicide Roundup is probably carcinogenic to humans.

Business Group: Patience Wearing Thin with UK Govt on Brexit

By Jill Lawless | Feb 8
The British government must quickly come up with a plan for post-Brexit trade relations with the European Union or risk a hit to investment and jobs, a leading business group said Wednesday.

Kansas Senators Pass Resolution Condemning Porn

Feb 7
The Kansas Senate has approved a resolution condemning pornography, saying it causes infidelity and erectile dysfunction.

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