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Corporations would enjoy a lower flat tax rate while individual owners of pass-throughs would also see a lower rate, but with more complex terms.
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Trump's firing of the FBI director ruffled congressional feathers, but not enough to spur an independent investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. election.
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A one-page outline isn't enough to satisfy a Congress interested in the details — and protecting constituents.
Don't be surprised if the president's other top priorities get pushed back to 2018 and beyond.
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He’ll score quick wins with executive orders slashing regs. But it will be slower going on undoing Obamacare, tax law, and other legislation.
What lies ahead for the President-Elect.
With millions of ballots already cast, news of renewed FBI interest in Hillary Clinton's e-mails may be too late to change the outcome.
Trump can win the White House, but faces an uphill climb.
A change in salary threshold will make more workers eligible for extra pay.
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Trump will get a bounce after the Republican convention, but Clinton is poised to regain ground.
No matter who wins the White House, North Korea and Iran will test U.S. policy, diplomacy.
Proposals from Clinton and Trump will be helpful in shaping reform down the road.
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Republican leaders worry he will hand the White House to Hillary Clinton, but they waited too long to try to stop him.
What it means for Congress, business cases and the 2016 elections.
Bigger fights over the federal budget are in store amid divided Republicans in Congress.
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Upshot of the first debate: The battle between the pro-business wing and tea partyers is likely to drag on, to the delight of Democrats.
Also hurting the once dominant energy source: declining exports.
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