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Hikers Take to the Appalachian Trail to Escape the Real World. This Time, They Couldn’t.

ASHBY GAP, Va. — The hikers who embark on the Appalachian Trail are less a community

51% of millennial homeowners say they regret buying their home—here’s why

Millennials are more than twice as likely to be stressed about homeownership as their baby boomer

They Were Promised Coding Jobs in Appalachia. Now They Say It Was a Fraud.

BECKLEY, W.Va. — On a spring day in 2017, Stephanie Frame sat down in her hilltop

Critics predicted oil market ‘chaos’ after we ditched Iran deal — and they were wrong, Pompeo says

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Saturday the U.S. has put in the work to

Trump increased his tariffs on China—here’s what they are and how they work

President Donald Trump speaks during a press conference with China’s President Xi Jinping at the Great

Millennials are wildly misjudging how much of their parents’ wealth they will inherit

Millennials have hugely unrealistic expectations about when and how much they will inherit, according to new

Sensing a threat they can’t ignore, Wall Street banks instead partner with tech giants like Apple

Apple CEO Tim Cook introduces Apple Card during a launch event at Apple headquarters on Monday,

Parkland Students Bask in Pulitzer Mention: ‘They Took Us Seriously’

MIAMI — As 3 p.m. approached on Monday, the editors of The Eagle Eye student newspaper

US banks’ first-quarter profits may be the best that they can get this year, Citi analyst says

U.S. banks have delivered a mixed bag of first-quarter financial results so far — but that’s

Gamers Hate the Epic Store, but They Hated Steam, Too

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