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Woman Says Bank Foreclosed On Her Home Despite Making Mortgage PaymentsImagine paying your mortgage on time every month, and your bank takes your home away anyway.
Hatchimals, Luvabella Top This Year’s List Of Hot Holiday ToysThe holidays are fast approaching and that means it's time to start shopping.
House Republicans Reveal Tax Reform PlanIt's the first major revamp of the tax system in three decades. 
Lord & Taylor Sells Flagship Fifth Avenue Store To WeWorkLord & Taylor's flagship store on Fifth Avenue, known for its holiday displays, is being sold to the office space sharing company WeWork.
Empire State Building, 1 WTC Glow Orange As NYC Turns On The Charm To Attract AmazonNew York City is pulling out all the stops in its effort to get Amazon to take a bite out of the Big Apple.
Dow Closes About 23,000 For First Time: What Is Driving Markets Up?The stock market leapt into record territory for a second day on Wednesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average closing above 23,000 for the first time.
Christie Backs Newark Bid For Second Amazon HeadquartersNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Monday endorsed the bid of the state's biggest city to win Amazon's competition for a second headquarters.
Seen At 11: Growing Number Of Breeders Offer Pets For LeaseIt's not uncommon to lease or rent things like cars, homes, or even furniture. But what if we told you pets are now being added to the list.
NYC, Bayonne Vying To Attract New Amazon HeadquartersAmazon's decision to create a second headquarters has cities all over North America fighting to get it. What's the popular, lucrative company looking for?
New Amazon Office To Create 2,000 Jobs In ManhattanAmazon plans to open a new office center in Manhattan which state officials say will create 2,000 finance, sales, marketing and information technology positions.
Amazon Reviewing Website After Suggesting Bomb-Making MaterialsCustomers who purchased things like charcoal were prompted to buy other products like sulfur.
Toys 'R' Us Files For Bankruptcy, But Keeps Stores OpenThe company, which is struggling with $5 billion in long-term debt, will now try to restructure its finances.

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