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Brazilians Head to Polls in Divisive Presidential Election

Brazilians Head to Polls in Divisive Presidential Election

Brazilians began voting Sunday in a divisive presidential race expected to elect combative ex-army captain Jair Bolsonaro, shifting the country’s politics sharply to the right.

Published 1 month ago

Fingerprint Leads to Arrest of Letter-Bomb Suspect in Florida

Fingerprint Leads to Arrest of Letter-Bomb Suspect in Florida

A single fingerprint taken from a mail bomb sent to Rep. Maxine Waters helped investigators get a break in solving a terror plot that targeted senior Democrats and vocal opponents of President Trump, federal officials said.

Published 1 month ago

Bringing Up Baby’s Market Share at J&J

Bringing Up Baby’s Market Share at J&J

After missing out on major shifts in consumer tastes and watching sales stall, the company has remade its baby line from head to toe. Catching up won’t be easy.

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Violence Foreshadowed in Social Media

Violence Foreshadowed in Social Media

Two acts of hatred in recent days have again exposed the way social-media services can be platforms for dangerous people to disseminate threats and intolerance that publicly foreshadow their violence.

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U.S. Economy Flashes Signs It’s Downhill From Here

U.S. Economy Flashes Signs It’s Downhill From Here

Private analysts and the Federal Reserve say a slowdown is looming. Though few believe a recession is near, a slowdown in growth would have far-reaching implications.

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Midterm-Election Campaigning Reaches Fever Pitch

Midterm-Election Campaigning Reaches Fever Pitch

Republicans and Democrats are investing millions in final television ad blitzes and tapping their marquee surrogates for campaign rallies in the battle for control of Congress.

Published 1 month ago

Brazilians Head to Polls in Divisive Presidential Election

Brazilians Head to Polls in Divisive Presidential Election

Brazilians began voting Sunday in a divisive presidential race expected to elect combative ex-army captain Jair Bolsonaro, shifting the country’s politics sharply to the right.

Published 1 month ago

Stressed Southern Timber Growers Get Hit Again

Stressed Southern Timber Growers Get Hit Again

Owners of forest land along the Florida Panhandle and beyond are grappling with at least $1.6 billion in timber losses after Hurricane Michael.

Published 1 month ago

Fingerprint Leads to Arrest of Letter-Bomb Suspect in Florida

Fingerprint Leads to Arrest of Letter-Bomb Suspect in Florida

A single fingerprint taken from a mail bomb sent to Rep. Maxine Waters helped investigators get a break in solving a terror plot that targeted senior Democrats and vocal opponents of President Trump, federal officials said.

Published 1 month ago

No ‘white knight’ for banks in no-deal Brexit, EU regulator warns

No ‘white knight’ for banks in no-deal Brexit, EU regulator warns

Moves from UK to eurozone cannot simply be ‘letterbox’ relocations, says Elke König

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Jeff Goldblum on music, dress sense and why he enjoys selfies with fans

Jeff Goldblum on music, dress sense and why he enjoys selfies with fans

Ahead of his debut album, the actor discusses his love of performing jazz standards with his band

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Tech groups step away from Gab network after shooting

Tech groups step away from Gab network after shooting

Accused Pittsburgh gunman posted anti-Semitic threats hours before synagogue attack

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U.S. Economy Flashes Signs It’s Downhill From Here

U.S. Economy Flashes Signs It’s Downhill From Here

Private analysts and the Federal Reserve say a slowdown is looming. Though few believe a recession is near, a slowdown in growth would have far-reaching implications.

Published 1 month ago

Fingerprint Leads to Arrest of Letter-Bomb Suspect in Florida

Fingerprint Leads to Arrest of Letter-Bomb Suspect in Florida

A single fingerprint taken from a mail bomb sent to Rep. Maxine Waters helped investigators get a break in solving a terror plot that targeted senior Democrats and vocal opponents of President Trump, federal officials said.

Published 1 month ago

Tesla Faces Deepening Criminal Probe Over Whether It Misstated Production Figures

Tesla Faces Deepening Criminal Probe Over Whether It Misstated Production Figures

Tesla, with a fresh civil fraud settlement now behind it, faces a new legal problem: a deepening criminal investigation.

Published 1 month ago