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For ISIS, Losing Territory Means Losing Revenue

For ISIS, Losing Territory Means Losing Revenue

Once the wealthiest terror group in the world, Islamic State is losing lucrative sources of income and its ability to recruit fighters along with the territory in Iraq and Syria that is rapidly slipping from its grip.

Published 3 months ago

Facebook Messenger CEO Vows More Scrutiny of Platform’s Use

Facebook Messenger CEO Vows More Scrutiny of Platform’s Use

Facebook Inc. should be more proactive in detecting malicious actors on its platform, the head of Facebook’s Messenger app business said Wednesday.

Published 3 months ago

Sessions Defends Firing of Comey, Citing Ex-FBI Director’s Role in Clinton Probe

Sessions Defends Firing of Comey, Citing Ex-FBI Director’s Role in Clinton Probe

Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday defended his role in the firing of James Comey, saying the significance of the former FBI Director’s errors hasn’t been fully understood.

Published 3 months ago

Machines Took Over the Stock Market. Next Up, Bonds

Machines Took Over the Stock Market. Next Up, Bonds

Banks including Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley are unleashing new trading software systems in an attempt to pick up share in the $6 trillion market for investment-grade corporate debt.

Published 3 months ago

Trump Signals Opposition to Bipartisan Health-Care Deal

Trump Signals Opposition to Bipartisan Health-Care Deal

President Donald Trump sent a strong signal that he opposes a bipartisan deal on health care after earlier expressing support, sowing confusion and raising questions about the bill’s chances of success.

Published 3 months ago

Inside Islamic State’s Other Grisly War, a World Away From Syria

Inside Islamic State’s Other Grisly War, a World Away From Syria

Islamists in the Philippines pledged allegiance to ISIS and occupied the city of Marawi, torching churches and beheading hostages. On the verge of defeat, like their Syrian counterparts, they have left behind devastation and a model for other militants around the world.

Published 3 months ago

Weaker Trade Arbiters Pave Way for Conflict

Weaker Trade Arbiters Pave Way for Conflict

Trump administration attempts to neuter Nafta and the World Trade Organization are intended to sideline the referees from the world trade arena, but that would allow both the U.S. and rivals to be more aggressive, Greg Ip writes.

Published 3 months ago

This Airport Restaurant Is Classified

This Airport Restaurant Is Classified

Why United Airlines has quietly opened an unmarked, invitation-only eatery at Newark Liberty International Airport.

Published 3 months ago

Olympic Gymnast McKayla Maroney Alleges Past Abuses by U.S. Team Doctor

Olympic Gymnast McKayla Maroney Alleges Past Abuses by U.S. Team Doctor

Olympic gold-medal gymnast McKayla Maroney said Wednesday that she was repeatedly sexually assaulted by the former U.S. national team doctor, including at the 2012 London Olympics.

Published 3 months ago

Delta Plans to Take Bombardier Jets from Alabama Plant, Avoiding Tariffs

Delta Plans to Take Bombardier Jets from Alabama Plant, Avoiding Tariffs

Delta said it won’t pay tariffs being proposed by the U.S. government on Bombardier’s new CSeries jetliners because it expects the planes would come from the Canadian company’s Alabama facility.

Published 3 months ago

China’s Xi Feeds Expectations for a Lengthy Reign

China’s Xi Feeds Expectations for a Lengthy Reign

Opening a twice-a-decade Communist Party congress, Chinese President Xi Jinping signaled his ambition to shape the country far into the future as he set a new goal achievable within his own lifetime: to build a modern nation by 2035.

Published 3 months ago

Dow’s Dance With 23000 Comes 30 Years After Black Monday

Dow’s Dance With 23000 Comes 30 Years After Black Monday

The stock market crashed 30 years ago. The Dow dropped 22.6% on Oct. 19, 1987, what became known as Black Monday, logging its biggest-ever decline. Black Monday was in many regards emblematic of a new era for financial markets.

Published 3 months ago

Europe Urges Better Protection of ‘Soft Targets’ From Attacks

Europe Urges Better Protection of ‘Soft Targets’ From Attacks

The European Union urged its member states to better secure public spaces from terror attacks and design them with the threat in mind, after a spate of deadly assaults have hit crowded urban areas in recent years.

Published 3 months ago

Jeff Sessions Set to Face Questions on Immigration, Other Contentious Issues

Jeff Sessions Set to Face Questions on Immigration, Other Contentious Issues

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is set to appear before a Senate hearing on Wednesday where senators are expected to ask him about immigration, civil rights and his recusal from the Russia probe.

Published 3 months ago

Sonos One Review: Alexa-Powered Speakers Never Sounded So Good

Sonos One Review: Alexa-Powered Speakers Never Sounded So Good

The Sonos One wireless speaker with Alexa voice-assistant powers, is set to go on sale later this month, a convenient way to get your music when and where you want it.

Published 3 months ago