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Extreme Weather Hits China With Massive Floods and Scorching Heat

HONG KONG — China is grappling with extreme weather emergencies across the country, with the worst flooding in decades submerging…

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World

U.K. Train Strike Expected to Cause Transit Chaos

LONDON — Britain was crippled on Tuesday morning by its largest railway strike in three decades, halting trains across the…

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Business

Biden Says He Is Considering Seeking a Gas Tax Holiday

REHOBOTH BEACH, Del. — President Biden said on Monday that he was considering seeking a gas tax holiday to ease…

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Business

The Federal Reserve raises interest rates by 0.75 percentage points.

The Federal Reserve raised interest rates by three-quarters of a percentage point on Wednesday, its biggest move since 1994, as…

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World

How to Get the Most Bang for Your Buck

For American travelers heading abroad, the growing strength of the dollar is the upside of a volatile economy. Currently, the…

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Business

Wall Street Poised for Modest Rebound as Economic Pressures Persist

Wall Street appeared headed for a modest upswing when trading starts on Tuesday, a day after a market rout pushed…

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Business

U.S. Gas Prices Hit a New High: $5 a Gallon

HOUSTON — Gasoline prices reached a grim milestone on Saturday, as the national average for regular gasoline reached $5 a…

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Business

Goodyear Recalls Tires That Federal Government Says Had High Failure Rate

Goodyear has voluntarily recalled more than 170,000 out-of-production tires that prompted lawsuits claiming that they had caused crashes that ...

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Politics

High California Gas Prices Rattle Democrats Ahead of Midterms

SANTA ANA, Calif. — Orange County, Calif., symbolized Republican struggles in America’s diverse and highly educated suburbs during Donald J…

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Business

Is ‘Greedflation’ Rewriting Economics, or Do Old Rules Still Apply?

There are few good things about living through a period with the highest inflation in four decades, but here’s one:…

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