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'You Should Resign': Watch Sen. Elizabeth Warren Grill Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf

"If one of your tellers took a handful of $20 bills out of the cash drawer, they'd probably be looking at criminal charges," Warren tells the bank's CEO.
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Tax Rule Limits Care For Chronic Ills Under High-Deductible Health Plans

The IRS limits health plans linked to health savings accounts from covering most care until the deductible is paid off. Proposed legislation would expand what's allowed before that happens.
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Wells Fargo CEO Discusses Secret-Accounts Scandal In Senate Hearing

CEO John Stumpf apologized for betraying customers' trust in a hearing by the Senate Banking Committee to answer questions about Wells Fargo employees opening unauthorized customer accounts.
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Drivers In The Southeast Feel The Effects Of Gas Pipeline Leak In Alabama

A 1960s era gasoline pipeline that sprung a leak in Alabama continues to create trickle-down problems in many southeastern states. Some gas stations are out of fuel as crews rush to fix the pipeline.
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Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf To Appear Before Senate Banking Committee

Earlier this month, regulators fined the bank after it was discovered employees created at least 2 million fake accounts. David Greene talks to Sen. Sherrod Brown, chairman of the banking committee.
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'Planet Money' Oil Makes The Trip From Tanker To Pipeline

NPR's "Planet Money" team has gotten its start in the oil business after buying 100 barrels of crude oil. We follow the oil as it makes its way to the refinery, where it will get turned into gasoline.
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Transportation Officials To Issue Rules For Self-Driving Vehicles

In an unprecedented move, federal safety regulators on Tuesday will issue guidelines for self-driving cars. That means the federal government will be in charge of oversight for the booming industry.
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Administration Aims To Fight Crime With Job Training

The Labor Department is handing out $5 million in grants to fund job centers for people coming out of jail. The program is part of a broader effort to reduce recidivism.
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Gas Shortages, Price Spikes Seen Across The South Following Pipeline Spill

The pipeline's operator plans to have a workaround in place by the end of the week, but in the meantime prices are up 20 to 30 cents per gallon and some stations are running dry.
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Government Says Self-Driving Vehicles Will Save Money, Time, Lives

Transportation officials say they will unveil a sweeping plan to make sure the federal government is involved in ensuring the safety of self-driving vehicles.

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