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FEMA Chief Brock Long’s Unauthorized Travel Cost Government $151,000, Inspector General Report Shows

FEMA Chief Brock Long’s Unauthorized Travel Cost Government $151,000, Inspector General Report Shows

President Trump’s top disaster official’s unauthorized use of government vehicles cost the government $151,000, according to an internal investigation.

Published 2 weeks ago

Bill Cosby Sentenced to 3-to-10 Years in Prison for 2004 Sexual Assault

Bill Cosby Sentenced to 3-to-10 Years in Prison for 2004 Sexual Assault

A Pennsylvania judge sentenced Bill Cosby to 3-to-10 years in state prison for aggravated indecent assault in the only criminal case to emerge from dozens of allegations against the once-beloved comedian.

Published 2 weeks ago

German carmakers test autonomous vehicles in China

German carmakers test autonomous vehicles in China

Audi, Mercedes and BMW conduct trials despite having to partner with Beijing groups

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Toyota finds a silver lining in trade war crisis

Toyota finds a silver lining in trade war crisis

Carmaker hopes China sales will offset US protectionism and supply-chain issues

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U.S. Consumer Confidence Hits 18-Year High

U.S. Consumer Confidence Hits 18-Year High

Consumer confidence hit a new 18-year high in September, as robust job growth and a strong economic outlook bolstered Americans’ expectations for the future.

Published 2 weeks ago

Trump Considers Keeping Rosenstein On, Advisers Say

Trump Considers Keeping Rosenstein On, Advisers Say

President Trump has told advisers he is open to keeping Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on the job, and allies of No. 2 Justice Department official said Tuesday he has given them the impression he doesn’t plan to quit.

Published 2 weeks ago

South Carolina Faces More Flooding as Rivers Continue to Crest

South Carolina Faces More Flooding as Rivers Continue to Crest

Parts of South Carolina continued to deal with severe flooding Tuesday while bracing for more to come, 11 days after Hurricane Florence made landfall.

Published 2 weeks ago

US arrests Chinese citizen accused of trying to recruit spies

US arrests Chinese citizen accused of trying to recruit spies

Army reservist is alleged to have targeted defence contractor employees

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Trade Deal Could Move Ahead Without Canada, According to U.S. Trade Representative

Trade Deal Could Move Ahead Without Canada, According to U.S. Trade Representative

President Trump’s trade czar, Robert Lighthizer, said the U.S. and Mexico are ready to leave Canada behind in a revised North American Free Trade Agreement—and move ahead with a new version of the deal in days.

Published 2 weeks ago

Bill Cosby Sentenced to 3-to-10 Years in Prison for 2004 Sexual Assault

Bill Cosby Sentenced to 3-to-10 Years in Prison for 2004 Sexual Assault

A Pennsylvania judge sentenced Bill Cosby to 3-to-10 years in state prison for aggravated indecent assault in the only criminal case to emerge from dozens of allegations against the once-beloved comedian.

Published 2 weeks ago

South Carolina Faces More Flooding as Rivers Continue to Crest

South Carolina Faces More Flooding as Rivers Continue to Crest

Parts of South Carolina continued to deal with severe flooding Tuesday while bracing for more to come, 11 days after Hurricane Florence made landfall.

Published 2 weeks ago

Dunkin’ to Drop ‘Donuts’ From Brand’s Name

Dunkin’ to Drop ‘Donuts’ From Brand’s Name

Dunkin’ Brands is dropping the word “Donuts” from its flagship brand, becoming the latest company to signal a fresh approach with a new name.

Published 2 weeks ago

Facebook’s Messing With Instagram Prompted Co-Founders’ Departure

Facebook’s Messing With Instagram Prompted Co-Founders’ Departure

Instagram’s co-founders increasingly clashed with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg over a range of issues, including recent changes to the photo-sharing app that appeared designed to promote Facebook’s growth at Instagram’s expense.

Published 2 weeks ago

The Most Dangerous Place to Bicycle in America

The Most Dangerous Place to Bicycle in America

As motor-vehicle-related bike deaths have risen alarmingly in the last decade, the Tampa Bay metro area has proven to be the deadliest place for a cyclist. Now, state and local agencies hope to change that.

Published 3 weeks ago

Dunkin’ to Drop ‘Donuts’ From Brand’s Name

Dunkin’ to Drop ‘Donuts’ From Brand’s Name

Dunkin’ Brands is dropping the word “Donuts” from its flagship brand, becoming the latest company to signal a fresh approach with a new name.

Published 2 weeks ago