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Stocks Drop on Growing Trade Concerns

Stocks Drop on Growing Trade Concerns

U.S. stocks slid, as escalating tensions between the U.S. and China exacerbated investors’ fears of an all-out trade war between the world’s largest economies.

Published 4 months ago

Facebook to Check Groups Behind ‘Issue Ads’

Facebook to Check Groups Behind ‘Issue Ads’

Facebook will make advertisers wanting to run ads on hot-button political issues go through an authorization process first, a move to prevent the spread of misinformation across its platform. Such advertisers will be required to confirm their identities and locations .

Published 4 months ago

Can Big Tech Stocks Grow Without Limits?

Can Big Tech Stocks Grow Without Limits?

The more flippant the investing cliché, the more you should question it. Consider “the bigger they are, the harder they fall.”

Published 4 months ago

The Un-Cuddly Truth About Pandas

The Un-Cuddly Truth About Pandas

In their shrinking natural habitat, the bears are tough, sexually potent survivors, not the hapless bunglers we have created as zoo attractions.

Published 4 months ago

China denies talks to avert trade war are underway

China denies talks to avert trade war are underway

White House adviser forced to admit negotiations have not begun

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White House Chief of Staff Urges Trump to Remove EPA Chief Pruitt

White House Chief of Staff Urges Trump to Remove EPA Chief Pruitt

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly told President Donald Trump last week that he is convinced Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt needs to step down after a series of negative reports about his spending habits and management style.

Published 4 months ago

Three Die as Protests Kick Off Again at Gaza-Israel Fence

Three Die as Protests Kick Off Again at Gaza-Israel Fence

Thousands of Palestinians protested at the fence dividing the Gaza Strip and Israel, as some burned tires that sent up massive plumes of smoke. Three Gazans died from live fire, including a 16-year-old,​and dozens were injured by late afternoon, Palestinian health authorities and local media said.

Published 4 months ago

Melanoma trial failure deals heavy blow to immunotherapy hopes

Melanoma trial failure deals heavy blow to immunotherapy hopes

Merck slides and Incyte loses $4bn market value as ‘combination’ cancer study flops

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The Architect of Trump’s Tough-on-China Policy

The Architect of Trump’s Tough-on-China Policy

U.S. Trade Rep Bob Lighthizer successfully argued that years of quiet negotiation with Beijing had produced little and now the time had come for a confrontational approach. Having helped design the White House’s tariff plan, he is now in the forefront of negotiations that will determine whether the standoff will develop into a full-blown trade war.

Published 4 months ago

Venezuelans Die as Maduro Government Refuses Medical Aid

Venezuelans Die as Maduro Government Refuses Medical Aid

Public health has deteriorated sharply in what used to be one of Latin America’s richest nations. But President Nicolás Maduro’s cash-strapped Socialist regime prohibits most international humanitarian donations.

Published 4 months ago

Consumer Groups File FTC Complaint Against Facebook

Consumer Groups File FTC Complaint Against Facebook

Consumer groups say the social-media giant’s facial recognition software violates users’ privacy, according to the complaint filed with the Federal Trade Commission.

Published 4 months ago