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U.S. Stocks Open Higher After Wednesday Rout

U.S. Stocks Open Higher After Wednesday Rout

U.S. stocks opened higher after a selloff on Wednesday wiped out this year’s gains in the S&P 500 and Dow industrials and slammed markets in Asia.

Published 1 month ago

U.S. Won’t Resume Trade Talks Without Firm Proposal From a Wary China

U.S. Won’t Resume Trade Talks Without Firm Proposal From a Wary China

The U.S. is refusing to resume trade negotiations with China until Beijing comes up with a concrete proposal to address U.S. complaints about forced technology transfers and other economic issues.

Published 1 month ago

Megyn Kelly Expected to Lose Show Soon Over ‘Blackface’ Remark

Megyn Kelly Expected to Lose Show Soon Over ‘Blackface’ Remark

The NBC News chief told staff that ‘I condemn’ the comments by the star, who was given a $69 million contract just last year. A new host in the 9 a.m. slot could be on the air by Monday.

Published 1 month ago

Altria Will Pull Its E-Cigarette Pods From the Market

Altria Will Pull Its E-Cigarette Pods From the Market

Altria Group said it would pull its e-cigarette pods from the market and discontinue the sale of most flavored e-cigarettes in response to mounting concerns about a surge in underage use of similar products.

Published 1 month ago

Saudi Arabia Says Evidence Points to Premeditated Killing of Khashoggi

Saudi Arabia Says Evidence Points to Premeditated Killing of Khashoggi

Saudi Arabia’s attorney general said evidence shared by Turkey indicated the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi was premeditated, a sign Riyadh was backing away from earlier claims of accidental death.

Published 1 month ago

Red-State Blues: Senators Running Behind Enemy Lines

Red-State Blues: Senators Running Behind Enemy Lines

Democrats’ hopes of winning control of the U.S. Senate have hinged on completing a tricky double play: aiming to flip some Republican seats in battleground states like Arizona and Nevada while simultaneously holding on to states that are otherwise GOP strongholds.

Published 1 month ago

Government and Military Spending Fuel U.S. Growth

Government and Military Spending Fuel U.S. Growth

A pickup in government spending, particularly defense, has helped drive a broad acceleration in U.S. economic growth, according to an analysis of Commerce Department data.

Published 1 month ago

Twitter Sheds Users Again in Fake-Account Purge

Twitter Sheds Users Again in Fake-Account Purge

Twitter reported its first consecutive quarterly drop in users, losing more than it had expected and signaling further declines to come as it continues to purge fake accounts.

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In More High School Classes, the Teacher Is on a Screen

In More High School Classes, the Teacher Is on a Screen

Facing a teacher shortage, school districts try virtual teachers; ‘My preference is still a live body in the classroom,’ says one Texas superintendent

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Red Sox Notch Game 2 World Series Win Over Dodgers

Red Sox Notch Game 2 World Series Win Over Dodgers

The Boston Red Sox didn’t hit any home runs in Game 2 of the World Series at Fenway Park. They beat the Los Angeles Dodgers, 4-2, on a collection of timely singles and one spectacular catch. They are two wins away from a title, leading the series 2-0 as it shifts to Los Angeles this weekend.

Published 1 month ago

Suspicious package found near De Niro New York restaurant

Suspicious package found near De Niro New York restaurant

Police investigating a day after explosive devices were mailed to Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and CNN

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Suspicious Package Sent to Robert De Niro’s Tribeca Grill

Suspicious Package Sent to Robert De Niro’s Tribeca Grill

A suspicious package “similar” to those sent to Democrats and CNN earlier this week was sent to actor Robert De Niro in Lower Manhattan on Thursday.

Published 1 month ago

Saudi Attorney General Says Evidence Points to Premeditated Killing of Khashoggi

Saudi Attorney General Says Evidence Points to Premeditated Killing of Khashoggi

Saudi Arabia’s attorney general said evidence shared by Turkey indicated the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi was premeditated, a sign Riyadh was backing away from an earlier assertion that the death was an accident.

Published 1 month ago

Selloff Tears Through Asian Stock Markets; U.S. Poised for Gains

Selloff Tears Through Asian Stock Markets; U.S. Poised for Gains

U.S. stocks were poised to recover after an intense selloff wiped out this year’s gains, even as the rout continued to slam markets in Asia.

Published 1 month ago

U.S. Won’t Resume Trade Talks Without Firm Proposal From a Wary China

U.S. Won’t Resume Trade Talks Without Firm Proposal From a Wary China

The U.S. is refusing to resume trade negotiations with China until Beijing comes up with a concrete proposal to address U.S. complaints about forced technology transfers and other economic issues.

Published 1 month ago