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There's a lot at stake for Carly Fiorina at tonight's Republican debate. She joins 10 men on stage, including Donald Trump, who was recently quoted making negative comments about her face.

In the past two decades, the small-but-growing Asian-American vote has shifted dramatically in presidential elections.

Ferenc Gyurcsany, Hungary's prime minister from 2004 to 2009, and his wife have opened their home to give Syrian migrants "one normal night." A new law criminalizing such actions won't stop them.

A team of behavioral scientists has been studying low-cost, easy interventions — text message reminders, how an envelope looks — to improve efficiency and access to federal programs.

Republican presidential debates are divided into two tiers, based on where candidates appear in the polls. The lower tier has dwindled to just four candidates in Wednesday night's debate.

Donald Trump addressed a crowd of thousands at the American Airlines Center in Dallas Monday. He spoke mostly about himself but also addressed illegal immigration, which drew a thunderous reaction.

New federal rules would make millions more workers eligible for overtime. Some employers say they'll be forced to cut costs through furloughs or converting salaried positions to hourly.

The former Hewlett-Packard CEO has made her mark in the GOP primary as an outsider taking on the establishment. But her break in business actually came in federal sales with AT&T.

Cyberthieves steal hundreds of millions of dollars a year from the bank accounts of U.S. businesses. Many business owners are surprised to find out their bank is not obliged to make them whole.

Some adults at risk of heart attack or stroke can indeed benefit from taking a daily aspirin, a federal panel says. And it may also lower colorectal cancer risk. But the treatment has risks, too.




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