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Clinton Unveils Economic Plan Focusing On Middle Class

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton rolls out her economic policy agenda and says she is focused on growing the wages of the middle class.
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The World Could Wipe Out Extreme Poverty By 2030. There's Just One Catch

It'll take trillions of dollars — not billions, but trillions. Leaders are meeting in Ethiopia this week to figure out how to raise the money. Spoiler alert: Most of it won't come from governments.
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Wisconsin's Rebound: Less Impressive Than It Seems?

When Scott Walker was first elected governor, Wisconsin's unemployment rate was over 8 percent. It's fallen to 4.4 percent. But there's debate over whether Walker deserve credit for the rebound.
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McAuliffe: Virginia's Economy Is 'Back'

The governor says the state's revenues are $553 million more than projected for the last fiscal year that ended in June.

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Eurozone Leaders Agree to Resolve the Greek Debt Crisis

Eurozone leaders reach a "unanimous" agreement that would pave the way for a third bailout of Greece in five years. What's in the deal and prospects for passage in Greek and European parliaments.

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Greeks React To Deal With Relief, Frustration

After a weekend spent glued to their televisions, average citizens still feel a lot of trepidation after Monday's announced deal. It's going to be hard to sell it to the Greek parliament and populace.
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Greece, Eurozone Leaders Reach Agreement On A New Bailout

A frantic weekend of activity in Brussels resulted in a new financial rescue deal for Greece, preventing a near-term exit from the Eurozone.
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Talks Continue For Possible Greek Bailout

Eurozone leaders meeting today in Brussels moved closer to a deal with Greece. But the provisions under consideration are unlikely to sit well with Greek voters. Soraya Sarhaddi-Nelson gives NPR's Arun Rath an update from Brussels.
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This Record Label Is Giving Women A 23% Wage-Gap Discount

A record label in Portland, Ore., (run by an ex-D.C. resident), is giving women a 23 percent discount because statistically, they earn 23 percent less than men.
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Eurozone Talks On Possible Greek Bailout Remain Inconclusive

Athens requires 25 billion euros just to prop up the Greek banking system. Eurozone finance ministers wrapped up a meeting on the bailout late Saturday with no announced decision. Talks resume Sunday.

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