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Administrative assistant jobs helped propel many women into the middle class. Now they’re disappearing.

As office support jobs go away, many women without college degrees find it hard to get another job paying more than $15 an hour.

United CEO Oscar Munoz, who guided airline through turbulent times, will step down in May

Munoz, 60, was thrust into the top job in 2015, after then-chief executive Jeff Smisek was forced to resign in the midst of a federal corruption probe.

TikTok leader schedules Washington trip to meet with lawmakers as investigations loom

The wildly popular app’s chief is expected to visit Capitol Hill, sources say, as TikTok tries to convince lawmakers the Chinese-owned company is not a risk to Americans' privacy, national security or freedom of speech.

Congressman accuses Fort Meade housing contractor of retaliating against military families

Rep. Anthony Brown says Corvias retaliated against military families trying to leave substandard military housing.

‘Parasite’ has already disrupted the film industry. Will it disrupt the Oscars too?

How a Korean-language movie is bucking the odds.

Walmart and Buy Buy Baby join Amazon and eBay in ending sales of inclined sleepers linked to infant deaths

The announcement comes after millions of inclined sleepers were recalled for safety concerns and dozens of infant deaths were linked to the products.

The one surprising thing the Trump administration got right on health care

Letting patients in on the true cost of MRIs, hip replacements and other procedures has been shown to bring down costs — which is why hospitals and insurance companies have sworn to fight it.

Gilead delayed safer HIV drug to extend monopoly profits, advocates allege

The drug company’s request for a three-year patent extension faces challenge.

There’s big business in health supplements — for your pets

RestoraPet CEO Brian Larsen expects his Maryland-based company to gross more than $2 million this year.

Mortgage rates settle after an up-and-down week

The 30-year fixed-rate average held steady at 3.68 percent.