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Capitol Report: Bannon out as White House chief strategist
Stephen Bannon, President Donald Trump?s chief strategist, is leaving the White House and his last day is Friday, press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said.
Weekend Sip: Wine-flavored lollipops offer another way to ?sip? your rosť
Oregon candy company is looking to cash in on the rosť craze
Commodities Corner: Palladium has rallied to levels not seen in 16 years
Palladium has touched their highest levels in more than 16 years, keeping it on track to score their largest yearly gain in seven years.
Is MealPal worth it? What I learned after 30 days chasing my subscription lunch
?The subscription meal service left me sprinting around Manhattan in search of good food.?
DeVos throws lifeline to 800 college programs Obama found questionable
The Department of Education is listening to the industry more than they are students, critics say.
Beat the System: Bitcoin $25,000? This is more proof of the cybercurrency bubble
Brett Arends asks if this is more than just clever marketing by FundStrat Global Advisors.
Market Extra: 7 signs the stock market is ready to run smack into a wall
The stock market?s relentless rally to records may be facing its fiercest test of late.
Futures Movers: Oil turns higher to pare weekly loss
Oil prices shift higher Friday to tap fresh session highs, as traders look to recoup some of the week?s declines.
Why you should take bizarre job interview questions very seriously
?If you were a Muppet, which character would you be??
Currencies: Dollar dips as investors watch White House drama
The greenback is trending lower as investors digest the terror attack in Barcelona and political events at home.
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