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U.S. to Announce New Tariffs on Chinese Electric Vehicles

The administration could raise tariffs on electric vehicles from China to 100 percent in an attempt to protect American auto…

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California Will Add a Fixed Charge to Electric Bills and Reduce Rates

Officials said the decision would lower bills and encourage people to use cars and appliances that did not use fossil…

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Growth Stocks. Value Stocks. What Do Those Labels Mean?

Using index funds to make bets on these key categories is hazardous, our columnist says.

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A Pause for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program

The Education Department has temporarily stopped processing applications and other forms as it updates its systems and deals with problems…

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A German Initiative to Keep Workers Employed by Retraining Them

When Emrullah Karaca began working at a factory in Gifhorn, Germany, where the auto parts supplier Continental builds components for…

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Why Your Chocolate Fix Is About to Get More Expensive

A failed crop, followed by a wave of financial speculation, put cocoa prices on a roller coaster this year, rattling…

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Britain Shakes Off Recession as Economy Grows Faster Than Expected

The News The British economy emerged from a recession at the start of this year, growing faster than economists expected,…

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Bernard Pivot, Host of Influential French TV Show on Books, Dies at 89

For 15 years, French viewers watched Mr. Pivot on his weekly show, “Apostrophes,” to decide what to read next.

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Why Higher Fed Rates Are Not Totally Off the Table

Fed officials still think their next move will be to cut rates, but they are not entirely ruling out the…

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Boeing Locks Out Firefighters in Contract Dispute, and Biden Weighs In

The aircraft manufacturer and a union representing 125 firefighters are at odds over pay at the company’s plants in the…

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