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Where's my raise? Wage growth still sluggish

Americans paid $15 billion in overdraft fees last year, CFPB says

The stock market hasn't been this calm since 1996

Average US mortgage rates steady; 30-year at 3.93 percent

Dow Jones industrials break above 22,000

Average US mortgage rates fall for 2nd straight week

Americans are more willing to go into debt for experiences

Yellen tells Congress to expect more rate hikes

Federal Reserve tells Congress further rate hikes are on way

Stocks had a great first half despite D.C. drama

Fed hikes key rate, unveils bond trimming plans

Global retirement 'timebomb': Why you'll have to work past 70

Mnuchin: Housing finance reform a 'priority' for Trump White House

Average US 30-year mortgage rate ticks up to 4.05 percent

Oil stocks are biggest losers of 2017

Earnings growth may be best since late 2011

Average US 30-year mortgage rate slips to 4.23 percent

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Engineers saw cracks in Miami bridge days before collapse

Engineers working on the bridge that buckled at Florida International University attempted to warn state officials of cracks on the walkway two days before the deadly collapse, according to transcript released Friday night by the Florida Department of Transportation.

Trump tries to move Stormy suit to fed court, says she owes him $20M

President Trump has tapped Hulk Hogan's attorney in an effort to get Stormy Daniels' suit moved to federal court.

North Carolina man helps find missing people, pro bono

David Marshburn is both a bounty hunter and a private investigator in North Carolina. David and his search dog, Kaz, played a key role in the missing persons case of Army medic Kelli Bordeaux, covered in the Dateline report "Deep in the Woods."

NYC docs took bribes, lap dances to prescribe opioid, feds say

Five Manhattan doctors are accused of taking $800,000 in "speaker fees," plus gifts like casino and strip club outings, to prescribe the Insys drug Subsys, a powerful opioid.

Why did Miami bridge collapse? More than one reason likely

"I believe it will be found that it will not be just one thing that happened — it almost never is," says one bridge engineer.