Advocates of an “ownership society” argue that homeowners take better care of their properties than renters, with positive externalities for communities. But there is also an argument against public policies that encourage home ownership, not least that it leaves households with too much debt and too little savings.
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Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska Monday said he was ready to cooperate with U.S. congressional probes into election meddling by Moscow without immunity, insisting he has evidence against claims of K ... Read more
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Lockheed Martin Corp.'s (LMT) business unit, Space Systems Co., has won a modification contract from the U.S. Navy to offer support services for the production of Trident II (D5) missile and D5 deploy ... Read more
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