A woman uses a card to open a door next to an index board at the reception hall of the Stock Exchange in Athens, Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016.
You've probably heard the phrases "pay gap" and "wage gap" more than ever in the last year, thanks to open complaints about unequal pay for women from celebrities like Jennifer Lawrence and Gillian Anderson.
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The 2016 stock market rout intensified Thursday with the Dow tumbling almost 400 points as investors spooked by plunging bank stocks in Europe, a further slide in oil prices and angst over Federal Reserve interest rate policy dumped stocks and fled to ...
TOPEKA, Kan. - The Kansas Supreme Court has struck down a stopgap law for funding the state's public schools, saying it left poor districts $54 million short.