The Wall Street Journal: Kansas governor says Trump should follow his controversial policies

Sam Brownback’s tax cuts haven’t delivered the promised economic growth — but have meant big deficits.

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Bricks-and-mortar retailers have the edge over Amazon in final pre-holiday shopping days

It’s not something you’ve heard often of late, but heading into the home stretch of the holiday season shopping, bricks-and-mortar retail has got the edge.

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The Ratings Game: This is how one analyst tries to cheer up the worst performing sector since the election

Wells Fargo analyst Bonnie Herzog and her team, who cover the underperforming consumer staples sector, sent some holiday cheer to their clients, with their version of “Let is Snow.”

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NewsWatch: S&P 500 expected to rise only 4% by end of 2017

With less than a week to go before the trading books are closed for 2016, the S&P 500 index is pushing toward the more bullish targets set a year ago following a rocky ride.

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The Wall Street Journal: Man arrested in Phoenix had pledged support to Islamic State

Derrick Thompson researched “lone wolf” attacks online, according to court documents released Friday.

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Key Words: What Obama thinks when he hears he’s less popular than Putin among Trump voters

Perhaps luckily for President Obama’s psyche, he has a built-in coping mechanism ready to be deployed on such occasions.

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Slide Show: Don’t touch anything without gloves this holiday season — not even soap

7 unexpected places germs hide during flu season.

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Why millennials are smart (not entitled) for living with their parents

Staying on good terms with mom and dad is a smart financial decision.

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Trump-backing Congressman who graduated with $110,000 in debt: ‘College costs are at a crisis level’

Rep. Tom Reed says he has a plan for addressing student debt.

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