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What jobs are at risk from the rise of robots?

What jobs are at risk from the rise of robots?

Amazon urged to halt selling facial recognition tech

Global economy: China eases growth worries (but not Germany)

Geofence: The invisible way companies use data to track you everywhere

Bernie Sanders tax returns reveal millionaire status

More restaurants adding surcharges to cover health insurance costs

Amazon touts effort to crack down on counterfeits amid complaints

5 things that are cheaper at Walmart than on Amazon

Wired reveals discord inside Facebook, tensions between Instagram founders and Zuckerberg

A plane larger than a football field just flew for the first time

Delta Airlines is cutting back on how far you can recline your seat

Why Trump’s tax cuts have helped the US economy

These cities are dropping the most cash for groceries

For first time in a decade, US companies to report lower profits on higher revenue?

More Americans will hit the road this summer if gas prices stay low

Disney unveils price, launch date for big streaming push

Bed Bath & Beyond plans to close at least 40 stores this year but open 15 new locations

What to do if you have not yet filed your taxes

Biden is one of the stronger candidates: Rep. Debbie Dingell

Very clear Russia tried to interfere in our election: Rep. Debbie Dingell

Will Congress take on Trump over alleged obstruction?

Mistake for Democrats to focus on health care heading into the 2020 presidential race?

I think Biden is the Democratic nominee: Anthony Scaramucci

Michael Cohen promises to fill in Mueller report’s redactions

Democrats will focus on ‘bogus’ obstruction charges: Michael Caputo

Democrats accuse Trump of obstructing justice

Liberal media blasts William Barr, Trump after release of redacted Mueller report

Mueller should be ashamed of himself: Joe diGenova

DOJ needs to start policing itself: Tom Fitton