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The Justice Department warned late Friday that a lawsuit to prevent President Donald Trump from blocking some followers of his tweets would be "unprecedented" and take the courts "deep into uncharted waters" in a filing in Manhattan federal court (read more)


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Cisco Systems Inc. stock plunged after last quarter’s results, when the company blamed uncertainty during the federal government’s transition to President Donald Trump for a weak forecast. (read more)

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Housing starts fall in July

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WASHINGTON — The Commerce Department said Wednesday that housing starts fell 4.8 percent in July to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1. (read more)

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