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NEW YORK — Things look great across most financial markets, with everything from stocks to Bitcoin near record highs. That’s not the case in the market often seen as the most steady and sober of them all: government bonds.

Wall Street kicked off a holiday-shortened week with broad gains for stocks Tuesday, as the market recovered most of its losses from last week.

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Financial markets are flashing a key warning sign of a recession, and the global economy is weakening as the U.S.-China trade war intensifies.

WASHINGTON — Fear and uncertainty about the global economy are leading investors to embrace the relative safety of U.S. government debt and sl…

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It was a pretty cheesy move on Rep. Rick Boucher's part to have his campaign buy three-quarters of a $40,000 car (he paid for the other quarte…

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Americans, according to the Internal Revenue Service, underpay their income taxes by more than $300 billion a year.

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