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U.S. Takes Diplomatic Action Against Saudis Believed Tied to Journalist’s Killing

U.S. Takes Diplomatic Action Against Saudis Believed Tied to Journalist’s Killing

The U.S. has taken diplomatic action against 21 Saudi officials believed connected with the killing of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a public expression of disapproval that came as the kingdom’s powerful crown prince appeared at an investment conference that opened under a cloud.

Published 17 hours ago

Another Migrant Caravan Gathers in Guatemala

Another Migrant Caravan Gathers in Guatemala

Even as a caravan of thousands of Honduran migrants makes its way across southern Mexico, another caravan is forming in its wake.

Published 7 hours ago

Sheryl Sandberg: Progress for Women Isn’t Just Slow—It’s Stalled

Sheryl Sandberg: Progress for Women Isn’t Just Slow—It’s Stalled

The Facebook chief operating officer and founder of LeanIn.Org says women are doing their part. Now corporations need to ensure hiring and promotions are fair from the start.

Published 23 hours ago

Researchers Link Cyberattack on Saudi Petrochemical Plant to Russia

Researchers Link Cyberattack on Saudi Petrochemical Plant to Russia

Malicious computer code used in the attack against a petrochemical plant in Saudi Arabia has been linked to a research institute owned by the Russian government.

Published 7 hours ago

Dodgers vs. Red Sox: What to Watch for in the World Series

Dodgers vs. Red Sox: What to Watch for in the World Series

The World Series begins on Tuesday night at Fenway Park. Here are five questions that will shape the best-of-seven series between two of baseball’s most popular teams.

Published 11 hours ago

Trump Steps Up Attacks on Fed Chairman Jerome Powell

Trump Steps Up Attacks on Fed Chairman Jerome Powell

President Trump escalated his attacks on Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, blaming him for threatening U.S. economic growth and saying he appeared to enjoy raising interest rates, during a Wall Street Journal interview.

Published 3 hours ago

U.S. Takes Diplomatic Action Against Saudis Believed Tied to Journalist’s Killing

U.S. Takes Diplomatic Action Against Saudis Believed Tied to Journalist’s Killing

The U.S. has taken diplomatic action against 21 Saudi officials believed connected with the killing of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a public expression of disapproval that came as the kingdom’s powerful crown prince appeared at an investment conference that opened under a cloud.

Published 17 hours ago

Researchers Link Cyberattack on Saudi Petrochemical Plant to Russia

Researchers Link Cyberattack on Saudi Petrochemical Plant to Russia

Malicious computer code used in the attack against a petrochemical plant in Saudi Arabia has been linked to a research institute owned by the Russian government.

Published 7 hours ago

Head of JPMorgan’s US private bank resigns

Head of JPMorgan’s US private bank resigns

Kelly Coffey, who spent 25 years at the company, is leaving to take a new job

Published 1 second ago

U.S. Manufacturers See Signs of New Risks

U.S. Manufacturers See Signs of New Risks

Rising costs, a stronger dollar and concerns over growth in China are posing new challenges for U.S. manufacturers.

Published 11 hours ago

Trump Says ‘Coverup’ of Journalist’s Death ‘Was One of The Worst in The History of Coverups’

Trump Says ‘Coverup’ of Journalist’s Death ‘Was One of The Worst in The History of Coverups’

President Trump says the “coverup” of the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi “was one of the worst in the history of coverups,” but he added the Saudis have been ‘a very good ally.”

Published 6 hours ago

U.S. Researchers Link Cyberattack on Saudi Petrochemical Plant to Russia

U.S. Researchers Link Cyberattack on Saudi Petrochemical Plant to Russia

Malicious computer code used in the attack against a petrochemical plant in Saudi Arabia has been linked to a research institute owned by the Russian government.

Published 7 hours ago

Harvey Weinstein, Accusers, Insurers in Early Talks to Settle Civil Claims

Harvey Weinstein, Accusers, Insurers in Early Talks to Settle Civil Claims

Lawyers for Harvey Weinstein and women who have accused him of sexual misconduct are working with insurance companies and the New York attorney general’s office in an attempt to reach a sweeping settlement.

Published 8 hours ago

Sandra Day O’Connor, First Woman on Supreme Court, Diagnosed With Dementia

Sandra Day O’Connor, First Woman on Supreme Court, Diagnosed With Dementia

The most influential justice for much of her tenure on the Supreme Court, Sandra Day O’Connor has been diagnosed with dementia and is withdrawing from public life.

Published 12 hours ago

Foreign Buying of U.S. Treasurys Softens, Unsettling Financial Markets

Foreign Buying of U.S. Treasurys Softens, Unsettling Financial Markets

Overseas investors, traders and central bankers are buying fewer Treasurys, which helped fuel a bond selloff this fall. Foreign buyers now hold 41% of outstanding Treasury debt, the lowest share in 15 years.

Published 13 hours ago