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Foreign Trade Houses Grab Dominant Share of U.S. Crude Exports

Foreign Trade Houses Grab Dominant Share of U.S. Crude Exports

A handful of international trade houses are dominating the buying and selling of U.S. crude exports, two years after Washington lifted its ban on sending oil abroad.

Published 4 months ago

California’s New Pot Laws Face Bumpy Rollout

California’s New Pot Laws Face Bumpy Rollout

Many experts say California is blunting its own effort to legalize pot sales with over-regulation and high taxes, potentially stifling a high-growth market.

Published 4 months ago

Genetics and the truth about selective schools

Genetics and the truth about selective schools

Government policy is favouring children who already have a head start

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Thousands of Marchers Set to Take a Stand Against Gun Violence

Thousands of Marchers Set to Take a Stand Against Gun Violence

Hundreds of rallies to demand stricter firearms laws are set to take place on Saturday against the backdrop of continued gun violence in schools

Published 4 months ago

How Facebook’s Past Data Policy Has Come Back to Haunt It

How Facebook’s Past Data Policy Has Come Back to Haunt It

A video explaining why a key period of time in Facebook’s past, when developers were able to access massive amounts of data, is coming back to haunt the social network.

Published 4 months ago

Who Poisoned Ex-Russian Spy Sergei Skripal? The Kremlin Has Many Theories

Who Poisoned Ex-Russian Spy Sergei Skripal? The Kremlin Has Many Theories

The Kremlin and its propaganda channels have spread a flurry of theories about who was behind the nerve-agent attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal in the U.K. They have one common theme: It was anyone but Russia.

Published 4 months ago

Apple’s Cook to Trump: Embrace Open Trade

Apple’s Cook to Trump: Embrace Open Trade

Apple CEO Tim Cook called on President Donald Trump to support free-trade policies as planned tariffs raise tensions between the U.S. and China.

Published 4 months ago

Expat Russians fear cold front in ‘Londongrad’

Expat Russians fear cold front in ‘Londongrad’

Rich settlers, bankers and property developers all left exposed to fallout from Skripal case

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The U.K. Is Doing Just Fine, Thanks

Despite dire forecasts surrounding Brexit, the U.K. has had a strikingly good year. Leaving the EU may well boil down to far less, economically, than anyone thought.

Published 4 months ago

Trump Allows Current Transgender Troops But Bans Future Recruits

Trump Allows Current Transgender Troops But Bans Future Recruits

The White House endorsed the recommendations of Defense Secretary Jim Mattis to permit transgender service members to remain, in essence rescinding the president’s tweets and memos last summer in which he said he would no longer allow transgender individuals to serve.

Published 4 months ago

Trump Allows Current Transgender Troops But Bans Future Recruits

Trump Allows Current Transgender Troops But Bans Future Recruits

The White House endorsed the recommendations of Defense Secretary Jim Mattis to permit transgender service members to remain, in essence rescinding the president’s tweets and memos last summer in which he said he would no longer allow transgender individuals to serve.

Published 4 months ago

Trump Relishes Off-Script Approach

Trump Relishes Off-Script Approach

President Donald Trump signed a $1.3 trillion spending bill early Friday afternoon but not before leaving both his staff and lawmakers on edge for four hours by tweeting he might veto it and trigger a government shutdown.

Published 4 months ago

US stocks have worst week in over two years

US stocks have worst week in over two years

All major benchmarks post biggest declines since week of January 8 on political upheaval

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Syria’s Cycle: Siege, Starve, Surrender, Repeat

Syria’s Cycle: Siege, Starve, Surrender, Repeat

The regime tore apart the author’s hometown in 2012. Now he reports on Syrians experiencing the same fate.

Published 4 months ago

How Countries Won U.S. Tariffs Exemptions: Retaliation Threats, Intense Lobbying and an Emphasis on Alliances

How Countries Won U.S. Tariffs Exemptions: Retaliation Threats, Intense Lobbying and an Emphasis on Alliances

The countries excluded from the steel and aluminum tariffs all made the case that their metal exports don’t impair U.S. national security, but different nations emphasized different approaches.

Published 4 months ago