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As Wildfires Burn Miles Away, Smog Blankets the Northwest

As Wildfires Burn Miles Away, Smog Blankets the Northwest

The Pacific Northwest, sandwiched between Canada’s smoldering British Columbia to the north and six fire-wracked Western U.S. states, is feeling the side effects of one of the worst fire seasons on record.

Published 1 month ago

Russian Proposal to Raise Retirement Age Poses Problems for Putin

Russian Proposal to Raise Retirement Age Poses Problems for Putin

A proposal to raise Russia’s retirement age is shaking the popularity of President Vladimir Putin, who faces a public backlash as the government seeks to stem the erosion of state finances to fund the country’s aging population.

Published 1 month ago

Aston Martin Revs Up IPO Plans

Aston Martin Revs Up IPO Plans

Aston Martin launched plans for a stock-market listing that could value the maker of the famed sports car driven by James Bond at around $6 billion.

Published 1 month ago

Putin beware: Russians’ views of the west are changing

Putin beware: Russians’ views of the west are changing

The Kremlin dilemma is that either rapprochement or retrenchment will sap its legitimacy

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As Wildfires Burn Miles Away, Smog Blankets the Northwest

As Wildfires Burn Miles Away, Smog Blankets the Northwest

The Pacific Northwest, sandwiched between Canada’s smoldering British Columbia to the north and six fire-wracked Western U.S. states, is feeling the side effects of one of the worst fire seasons on record.

Published 1 month ago

Some Republicans Urge Attorney General to Remain in Job

Some Republicans Urge Attorney General to Remain in Job

Some top Republican lawmakers are urging Attorney General Jeff Sessions to resist any pressure to quit following criticism from President Trump, and to stay in the job at least through the midterm elections.

Published 1 month ago

U.S. Probing Whether Malaysian Fugitive Laundered Funds to Pay Chris Christie and Trump Lawyer

U.S. Probing Whether Malaysian Fugitive Laundered Funds to Pay Chris Christie and Trump Lawyer

The Justice Department is investigating whether a fugitive Malaysian laundered tens of millions of dollars through two associates and used the funds to pay a legal team including ex-N.J. Gov. Chris Christie and a lawyer who represents President Trump.

Published 1 month ago

In America’s Hottest Drilling Spot, Vast Volumes of Gas Go Up in Smoke

In America’s Hottest Drilling Spot, Vast Volumes of Gas Go Up in Smoke

Roughly $1 million worth of natural gas extracted in the Permian Basin goes to waste each day, as shale drillers end up having to burn a byproduct that they don't have enough pipeline or storage capacity to take to market.

Published 1 month ago

Biotech Analysts Reap Windfall From Industry Boom

Biotech Analysts Reap Windfall From Industry Boom

Higher paydays come as the drug-development industry raises capital at a rapid clip and undergoes a surge in mergers.

Published 1 month ago

Russian Proposal to Raise Retirement Age Poses Problems for Putin

Russian Proposal to Raise Retirement Age Poses Problems for Putin

A proposal to raise Russia’s retirement age is shaking the popularity of President Vladimir Putin, who faces a public backlash as the government seeks to stem the erosion of state finances to fund the country’s aging population.

Published 1 month ago

Yahoo, Bucking Industry, Scans Emails for Data to Sell Advertisers

Yahoo, Bucking Industry, Scans Emails for Data to Sell Advertisers

The Web giant owned by Verizon analyzes more than 200 million inboxes for clues about what products people might buy—a practice much of Silicon Valley has declared off-limits.

Published 1 month ago

Aston Martin Revs Up IPO Plans

Aston Martin Revs Up IPO Plans

Aston Martin launched plans for a stock-market listing that could value the maker of the famed sports car driven by James Bond at around $6 billion.

Published 1 month ago

Some Republicans Urge Attorney General to Remain in Job

Some Republicans Urge Attorney General to Remain in Job

Some top Republican lawmakers are urging Attorney General Jeff Sessions to resist any pressure to quit following criticism from President Trump, and to stay in the job at least through the midterm elections.

Published 1 month ago