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Sen. Levin Blasts Apple for Abusing 'Sweetheart' Tax Deal With Ireland

The Democrat accused the tech behemoth of taking advantage of tax loopholes that have "no rational basis" in order to shift profits offshore.

Think Des Moines Is Full of Corn and White People? Think Again.

The city has transformed into a thriving financial hub. But as its population gets more diverse, Des Moines struggles with poverty among some minorities.

Ron Paul Thinks There Should Be More Secessionist Movements in the U.S.

The former U.S. congressman and perennial presidential candidate tells National Journal that he's "real pleased" with American secessionist groups.  

Silicon Valley Thinks It Has the Answer to Its Diversity Problem

Hiring managers continue to fall far short of diversity goals. Enter big data.

Even as Sun Belt Cities Grow, Many Are Left Behind

Houston has seen both an explosion of jobs and a persistence of poverty.

Inside Big Oil's Fight Over Arctic Drilling Rules

Shell, which has long sought to tap oil off Alaska's coast, says certain mandates could add costs without improving protections.

Denver's Housing Crunch Could Threaten Its Popularity With Millennials

Condo construction in the city has essentially halted, and that's driving up the cost of homes, as well as apartments in the trendy downtown neighborhood.

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Sen. Levin Blasts Apple for Abusing 'Sweetheart' Tax Deal With Ireland

The Democrat accused the tech behemoth of taking advantage of tax loopholes that have "no rational basis" in order to shift profits offshore.

Think Des Moines Is Full of Corn and White People? Think Again.

The city has transformed into a thriving financial hub. But as its population gets more diverse, Des Moines struggles with poverty among some minorities.

Ron Paul Thinks There Should Be More Secessionist Movements in the U.S.

The former U.S. congressman and perennial presidential candidate tells National Journal that he's "real pleased" with American secessionist groups.  

Silicon Valley Thinks It Has the Answer to Its Diversity Problem

Hiring managers continue to fall far short of diversity goals. Enter big data.

Even as Sun Belt Cities Grow, Many Are Left Behind

Houston has seen both an explosion of jobs and a persistence of poverty.

Inside Big Oil's Fight Over Arctic Drilling Rules

Shell, which has long sought to tap oil off Alaska's coast, says certain mandates could add costs without improving protections.

Denver's Housing Crunch Could Threaten Its Popularity With Millennials

Condo construction in the city has essentially halted, and that's driving up the cost of homes, as well as apartments in the trendy downtown neighborhood.

Show More