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8 Million People Are Working Illegally in the U.S. Here’s Why That’s Unlikely to Change.

Supported by 8 Million People Are Working Illegally in the U.S. Here’s Why That’s Unlikely to

Death of Guatemalan toddler detained by ICE sparks $60 million legal claim

A Guatemalan toddler who died weeks after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border with her mother is at

Target pays out $7.4 million in California waste suit

The district attorney’s office alleged that throughout 2012 and 2014, Target “unlawfully disposed” of 2,038 hazardous

Start-up that uses A.I. to detect phone fraudsters with '99.995%' accuracy raises $90 million

Security start-up Pindrop has raised $ 90 million from investors including Vitruvian Partners and Goldman Sachs.

Beef recall expands to 12 million pounds over salmonella fears

The U.S. Department of Agriculture says a unit of Brazil’s JBS is now recalling a total

Quora says 100 million users hit by security breach

FILE PHOTO: A man poses inside a server room at an IT company in this June

Sitting on $11 million? Give it away to save on estate taxes

If the holiday spirit is encouraging you to gift millions of dollars to family members, it’s

California man’s face transplant cost $1.5 million, medical center says

A face transplant that gave Cameron Underwood — a 26-year-old California native who attempted to kill himself two

Sears secures court approval for an additional $350 million loan

Sears won court approval on Tuesday for $ 350 million in critical bankruptcy financing that will

Mobile esports league Clash Royale set to wrap up its $1 million inaugural season

The top six “Clash Royale” teams in the world will face off in Tokyo next weekend,