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New Mexico Mulls State-Run Pot Shops, Subsidized Medical Use
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White House Foresees Long Economic Boom Where Others Don't

New Mexico Mulls State-Run Pot Shops, Subsidized Medical Use

By Josh Boak |
Contrary to the views of most economists, the Trump administration expects the U.S. economy to keep booming over the next decade on the strength of further tax cuts, reduced regula...

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Floodwaters Threaten Millions in Crop and Livestock Losses

Floodwaters Threaten Millions in Crop and Livestock Losses

By David Pitt and Margery Beck | Mar 20
The rising water that has damaged hundreds of homes and been blamed for three deaths has also taken a heavy toll on agriculture, inundating thousands of acres, threatening stockpiled grain and killing livestock.

Colleges Weigh Fate of Students with Tainted Applications

Colleges Weigh Fate of Students with Tainted Applications

By Collin Binkley | Mar 20
In the wake of a massive college bribery scheme, the schools caught in the middle have been left facing a thorny question: What to do about the students who may have been admitted through fraud?

Did Your Doctor 'Ghost' You? An Employment Contract May Be to Blame

Did Your Doctor 'Ghost' You? An Employment Contract May Be to Blame

By Michelle Andrews | Mar 20
Contracts with so-called restrictive covenants are now common in medicine, although some states limit their use.

Congress' Inaction Endangers Black Lung Fund

Congress' Inaction Endangers Black Lung Fund

By Dylan Lovan | Mar 20
Former coal miner John Robinson's bills for black lung treatments run $4,000 a month, but the federal fund he depends on to help cover them is being drained of money because of inaction by Congress and the Trump administration.

NZ City Scarred by Shooting is Home to White Supremacists

NZ City Scarred by Shooting is Home to White Supremacists

By Stephen Wright | Mar 20
The leafy New Zealand city where a self-proclaimed racist fatally shot 50 people at mosques during Friday prayers is known for its picturesque river. But for decades, Christchurch has also been the center of the country's white supremacist movement

Shifting Hopes as Republicans and Democrats Await Mueller

Shifting Hopes as Republicans and Democrats Await Mueller

By Jonathan Lemire and Mary Clare Jalonick | Mar 20
With Robert Mueller's findings expected any day, the president has grown increasingly confident the report will produce what he insisted all along: No clear evidence of a conspiracy between Russia and his 2016 campaign.

White House Foresees Long Economic Boom Where Others Don't

White House Foresees Long Economic Boom Where Others Don't

By Josh Boak | Mar 19
Contrary to the views of most economists, the Trump administration expects the U.S. economy to keep booming over the next decade on the strength of further tax cuts, reduced regulation and improvements to the nation's infrastructure.

Lyft Opens Up Its IPO Road Show, Offers 30 Million Shares

Lyft Opens Up Its IPO Road Show, Offers 30 Million Shares

Mar 18
Lyft officially kicked off the road show for its initial public offering, putting 30 million shares up for sale Monday with an anticipated price of between $62 and $68 per share.

Group with Consumer-Friendly Vibe Pushes Drugmakers' Message

Group with Consumer-Friendly Vibe Pushes Drugmakers' Message

By Richard Lardner | Mar 18
As Congress and the Trump administration aim to lower prescription drug costs, outside groups like the Alliance for Patient Access are seeking to sway the outcome.

After Banning Porn, Tumblr Users Reportedly Flee from Platform

After Banning Porn, Tumblr Users Reportedly Flee from Platform

Mar 18
After it was announced in December that Tumblr would ban pornography from its platform, several users said they would leave the site as they primarily used it to view x-rated content.

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