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Almost 70% of the produce sold in the U.S. comes with pesticide residues.
Kale joins list of ‘dirty dozen’ fruits and vegetables most likely to contain pesticides
Asian markets were mostly down in lackluster trading early Wednesday, as investors processed mixed signals on U.S.-China trade talks and awaited the Fed’s meeting later in the day.
Asia Markets: Asian markets largely down as investors take wait-and-see approach
Mortgage fraud risk has risen substantially in recent years as refinance activity has dried up for lenders.
Paul Manafort charged with committing residential mortgage fraud — which is more common than you’d think
This woman’s brother is a co-trustee of her father’s estate.
The Moneyist: My brother borrowed $50,000 from my dad and never paid it back — what can we do?
A new study analyzed data on all children born in Norway from 1967 to 1978.
Women with twin brothers make less money than women with twin sisters
The ‘Miracle on the Hudson’ pilot says the Boeing 737 Max controversy is ‘unprecedented’ and an ‘ugly saga.’
Barron's Group Experts: Capt. Sullenberger on the FAA and Boeing: ‘Our credibility as leaders in aviation is being damaged’
On different ends of the Bay Area, the CEOs of two tech giants espoused different visions for a streaming future for videogames on Tuesday.
MarketWatch First Take: Google and Nvidia display competing views of the future of streaming videogames
Getting in on Lyft’s IPO has suddenly become harder than hailing a ride on a rainy night.
The New York Post: Lyft IPO reportedly oversubscribed, potentially pushing its opening price higher
The head of the House Homeland Security Committee asked four technology companies to attend a closed-door briefing next week on their efforts to prevent violent videos from being disseminated in the wake of last week’s mass shooting in New Zealand.
The Wall Street Journal: House panel wants tech CEOs to explain how they’ll stop spread of violent videos
The Trump administration plans to start pulling back on a key and controversial plank of U.S. immigration policy in a busy border region, saying Tuesday it will stop sending some migrant families who illegally cross the border in Texas’ Rio Grande Valley to jail.
The Wall Street Journal: U.S. to relax border policy, stop detaining some migrant families to avoid overcrowding