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Violent French pension protests erupt as 1M demonstrate Violent French pension protests erupt as 1M demonstrate 03/23/2023 10:01pm • PARIS (AP) More than 1 million people demonstrated across France on Thursday against unpopular pension reforms, and violence erupted in some places as unions called for new nationwide strikes and protests next week, coinciding with King Charles III's planned visit to France. The Interior Ministr Should You Use Your 401(k) to Pay Off Debt? 03/23/2023 08:00pm • If you're struggling to make payments on outstanding balances, you might consider using funds you've put aside for retirement to get rid of the debt. Taking from your 401(k) account could help you reduce or eliminate what you owe. However, there may be penalties and taxes involved, along with other Are I Bonds a Good Investment for Retirees? 03/23/2023 08:00pm • For retirees, I bonds represent a robust portfolio option in 2023 -- and savvy investors know it. Take the March 2023 I bond composite rate, which stands at 6.89%. That's a good and safe return for retirement investors, who know only too well that capital preservation is the name of the game in reti Official: Willow oil project holds promise, faces obstacles 03/23/2023 07:24pm • JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) The Willow oil project on Alaska's petroleum-rich North Slope is part of a new era of large-scale development in the region but it isn't a sure thing, with litigation and costs among the factors that stand as potential impediments, a state official told lawmakers Thursd Ford says EV unit losing billions, should be seen as startup Ford says EV unit losing billions, should be seen as startup 03/23/2023 07:23pm • DETROIT (AP) Ford Motor Co.'s electric vehicle business has lost $3 billion before taxes during the past two years and will lose a similar amount this year as the company invests heavily in the new technology. The figures were released Thursday as Ford rolled out a new way of reporting financial Business Highlights: TikTok CEO's grilling, credit crunch 03/23/2023 05:22pm • ___ TikTok ban CEO congressional hearing ByteDance China WASHINGTON (AP) The CEO of TikTok has been grilled by a U.S. congressional committee to make the case for why the hugely popular video-sharing app shouldnt be banned. Shou Zi Chews testimony Thursday came at a crucial time for the co Eager young Albanians risk everything for new future in UK 03/23/2023 04:00pm • BAJRAM CURRI, Albania (AP) Monika Mulaj's son was in his second year of college in Albania, studying to become a mechanical engineer, when he resolved to make a daring change: He told his parents he would leave his lifelong home for a new future in Britain. We had tried to fulfil all his requ California may punish oil companies for high gas prices 03/23/2023 03:11pm • SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) A first-in-the-nation bill to punish oil companies for profiting from price spikes at the pump breezed through the California Senate on Thursday at the urging of Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, the first major vote in an effort to pass the law by month's end. The proposal i South Carolina's top accountant to resign after $3.5B error South Carolina's top accountant to resign after $3.5B error 03/23/2023 02:17pm • COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) South Carolina's embattled top accountant will step down next month after a $3.5 billion error in the year-end financial report he oversaw, according to a resignation letter written Thursday that was obtained by The Associated Press. Republican Comptroller General Richard Eck Biden approval dips near lowest point: AP-NORC poll Biden approval dips near lowest point: AP-NORC poll 03/23/2023 10:27am • WASHINGTON (AP) Approval of President Joe Biden has dipped slightly since a month ago, nearing the lowest point of his presidency as his administration tries to project a sense of stability while confronting a pair of bank failures and inflation that remains stubbornly high. Thats according t Maryland Senate debates funding shift to education in budget Maryland Senate debates funding shift to education in budget 03/23/2023 07:52am • ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) The Maryland Senate debated a major funding shift in the state budget Wednesday that would set money aside for future K-12 education reforms, rejecting an amendment supported by Republicans that would have steered $300 million to help pay for tax relief for senior citizens. Brazil watchdog tells Bolsonaro to cede jewels from Saudis Brazil watchdog tells Bolsonaro to cede jewels from Saudis 03/22/2023 09:06pm • SAO PAULO (AP) A Brazilian government watchdog voted Wednesday to give former President Jair Bolsonaro five working days to return to authorities a set of jewels he received from Saudi Arabia in 2021. All nine members of the government watchdog voted in favor of requiring Bolsonaro to turn the Prince George’s Co. considers guaranteed income and its costs Prince Georges Co. considers guaranteed income and its costs 03/22/2023 09:05pm • Its already being done in D.C., Maryland's Montgomery County and Virginia's Arlington County. And now a local philanthropic group is offering to help Prince Georges County launch a guaranteed income pilot program for its residents. But even those who support the measure arent sure the co Completing the FAFSA: Everything You Should Know 03/22/2023 08:00pm • Filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, which opens Oct. 1, is one of the most important steps students and their families can take to pay for college. In recent years, some states have even made completing the FAFSA a high school graduation requirement. The U.S. Departme 8 of the Best Cheap Stocks to Buy Under $10 03/22/2023 08:00pm • Stocks trading under $10 can be attractive for investors looking to scoop up some cheap shares. Unfortunately, quality stocks in that price range are few and far between, and they can be red flags that something serious is wrong with a company. Many of these stocks have challenged underlying busines
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