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Topics today include:
World’s Biggest Solar Players Say Trump's Tariffs Could Have Been Worse
When To Claim Social Security - A Debate: Financial Advisors' Daily Digest
Top 15 Best States for Retirement: 2018
6 Discoveries that Show the Pre-Columbian Americas Traded Across the Oceans
A Parallel Universe for Norh America
A Wall Street Ally Leads the Charge to Roll Back the Volcker Rule
Kimberly-Clark Cutting 5,000 Jobs Amid Pressure on Prices
The U.S. Drops Out of the Top 10 in Innovation Ranking
GOP fuels ‘secret society’ talk with FBI text messages
Why Home Sales Fell Short at Year’s End
December 2017 Headline Existing Home Growth Declines But Up For Whole of 2017
Europe’s Core Leaders Tell Davos Why They’re Different Than Trump
The Euro is Surging
Europe If Germany and Italy Had Won WW2
Norway becomes first Scandinavian country to decriminalise drugs in historic vote
Trump Slams Erdogan Over Syria Attack, Warns of Clash With U.S.
Lula's Hopes of a Comeback Crushed By Unanimous Court Ruling
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