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RISING TENSIONS IN ASIA, CHALLENGES IN EUROPE

RISING TENSIONS IN ASIA, CHALLENGES IN EUROPE

As North Korea tested increasingly powerful missiles that could reach the U.S., Germany’s Merkel lost her majority in parliament and Catalonians voted to secede from Spain

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Ousting an Accused Harasser Wasn’t Enough. Ad Agency Staff Wanted to Know Why

Ousting an Accused Harasser Wasn’t Enough. Ad Agency Staff Wanted to Know Why

Shortly after Interpublic Group’s Martin Agency pushed out one of advertising’s star creative executives, employees demanded a full accounting of why—and unleashed more allegations of sexual harassment.

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A New Push Against Human Trafficking on Flights

A New Push Against Human Trafficking on Flights

U.S. airports, airlines and Homeland Security are working to educate employees and passengers for signs of exploited people they see traveling.

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Top Justice Department Official Defends Russia Investigation Amid Republican Criticism

Top Justice Department Official Defends Russia Investigation Amid Republican Criticism

Rod Rosenstein defended the integrity of the agency’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, telling Congress he was working with Robert Mueller to ensure the investigation wouldn’t be affected by the political affiliations of any of its prosecutors.

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Minnesota Governor Appoints Lt. Gov. Tina Smith to Replace Al Franken

Minnesota Governor Appoints Lt. Gov. Tina Smith to Replace Al Franken

Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton announced Wednesday he would appoint Lt. Gov. Tina Smith to succeed Democratic Sen. Al Franken, who is resigning over allegations of sexual misconduct.

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Democrats Urge Delay in Tax Vote Until Doug Jones Takes Senate Seat

Democrats Urge Delay in Tax Vote Until Doug Jones Takes Senate Seat

Senate Democrats are urging Republicans to postpone a final vote on the GOP’s tax overhaul legislation until Democratic Sen.-elect Doug Jones of Alabama takes his seat. But Republican leaders have shown no willingness to do so.

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What Car Insurers Can’t Ask You When Setting Your Rates

What Car Insurers Can’t Ask You When Setting Your Rates

New York financial regulators have banned the use of education and occupation as factors in setting auto-insurance premiums, pushing back on insurers’ efforts to use increasingly personal data in determining rates people pay for their policies.

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Alabama’s #metoo warning to Trump

Alabama’s #metoo warning to Trump

When an evangelical state votes for a liberal, Democrats believe they have struck gold

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Disney-Fox combination would change power balance in Hollywood

Disney-Fox combination would change power balance in Hollywood

Streaming services Netflix and Amazon Prime most at risk of new media juggernaut

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The best thing I read all year — 2017

The best thing I read all year — 2017

Business school professors and FT writers share the books and articles that changed their outlook at work

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FBI Agent Removed From Russia Probe Called Trump an ‘Idiot’ in Text

FBI Agent Removed From Russia Probe Called Trump an ‘Idiot’ in Text

A top FBI agent and an FBI lawyer exchanged texts disparaging then-candidate Donald Trump, including calling him an “idiot” and a “menace,” according to copies of the messages the Justice Department provided Congress.

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In Tax Plan’s Fine Print, Banks Find a Problem

In Tax Plan’s Fine Print, Banks Find a Problem

As the U.S. Congress attempts to hammer out a final tax plan, Wall Street is fighting to limit the scope of a provision meant to discourage companies from sending money overseas to avoid taxes.

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Italy’s Gentiloni offers blunt warning on European integration

Italy’s Gentiloni offers blunt warning on European integration

One year after taking office, low-key prime minister finds his footing

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Federal Reserve Expected to Raise Rates

Federal Reserve Expected to Raise Rates

The Federal Reserve is likely to raise short-term interest rates after its policy meeting concludes Wednesday, the fifth such increase since the Fed began raising rates from near zero two years ago.

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For Pass-Through Businesses, Let the (Tax) Games Begin

For Pass-Through Businesses, Let the (Tax) Games Begin

The GOP Congress’s looming changes to the tax code for so-called pass-through businesses could lead to a new era of business reorganization and tax-code gamesmanship.

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