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Blast Kills Leader of Russia-Backed Separatist Region in Eastern Ukraine

Blast Kills Leader of Russia-Backed Separatist Region in Eastern Ukraine

The leader of Russian-backed Ukrainian separatists was killed in an explosion Friday, the latest political assassination in a volatile region where the West and Russia have wrestled over how to make peace.

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Mutual Funds Just Can’t Seem to Stop Slipping Up

Mutual Funds Just Can’t Seem to Stop Slipping Up

In August alone, mutual fund companies have revealed a big tax hit, an SEC sanction and a split that’s bananas.

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U.S., Canada Cast Doubt on Reaching a Nafta Deal by Friday

U.S., Canada Cast Doubt on Reaching a Nafta Deal by Friday

U.S. and Canadian officials cast doubts about their ability to complete a deal on a revised Nafta by a Friday deadline set by the Trump administration, with Canada’s chief negotiator saying the sides “are not there yet.”

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At Wells Fargo, Discontent Simmers Among Female Executives

At Wells Fargo, Discontent Simmers Among Female Executives

Wells Fargo is investigating allegations of gender bias at its wealth-management division, and a group of female executives have organized to improve the lot of women there.

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Brett Kavanaugh’s Record Shows Push to Restrain the Regulatory State

Brett Kavanaugh’s Record Shows Push to Restrain the Regulatory State

The Senate on Sept. 4 will begin grilling President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee. A look at his writings reveals what senators will likely find; ‘adherence to originalism and textualism.’

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Elon Musk Faces His Own Worst Enemy

Elon Musk Faces His Own Worst Enemy

The visionary entrepreneur seeks to ferry mankind to Mars and investors to prosperity. His ego may be all that stands in the way.

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Coke Takes On Starbucks With $5.1 Billion Coffee Deal

Coke Takes On Starbucks With $5.1 Billion Coffee Deal

Coca-Cola said it would buy British coffee-shop chain Costa for $5.1 billion, diversifying further from its soft-drink roots and marking the latest bet by a major consumer-goods company on coffee.

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US and Canada sour on hopes of Nafta deal by deadline

US and Canada sour on hopes of Nafta deal by deadline

Trump administration blames Ottawa for refusing to budge on agricultural subsidies

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U.S., Canada Cast Doubt on Reaching a Nafta Deal by Friday

U.S., Canada Cast Doubt on Reaching a Nafta Deal by Friday

U.S. and Canadian officials cast doubts about their ability to complete a deal on a revised North American Free Trade Agreement by a Friday deadline set by the Trump administration, with Canada’s chief negotiator saying the sides ‘are not there yet.’

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Ford Scraps Plan to Import China-Built Small Car Due to Tariffs

Ford Scraps Plan to Import China-Built Small Car Due to Tariffs

Ford has ditched plans to import its Focus compact from China to the U.S., citing an expected hit from import tariffs the Trump administration put into effect.

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John McCain Lies in State at U.S. Capitol

John McCain Lies in State at U.S. Capitol

Sen. John McCain is lying in state at the U.S. Capitol, one of just over two dozen government officials and military officers to be honored in the seat of the U.S. government after their deaths.

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Atlanta’s Growing Pains Are Getting Worse

Atlanta’s Growing Pains Are Getting Worse

The gentrification debate in Atlanta has been focused to a large extent on the BeltLine, Atlanta’s trail project that follows rail corridors in a 22-mile loop around the city.

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LinkedIn battles China’s effort to recruit spies in US

LinkedIn battles China’s effort to recruit spies in US

Microsoft-owned platform warned by Washington of ‘super-aggressive’ Beijing campaign

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