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Fed’s Williams guns for vice-chair job

Fed’s Williams guns for vice-chair job

San Francisco’s Fed chief would ‘welcome’ opportunity to serve as number two under Jay Powell.

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Sunken tanker off China’s coast leaks 100 sq km of oil slicks

Sunken tanker off China’s coast leaks 100 sq km of oil slicks

Beijing sends robots to plug holes in Iranian ship’s hull and limit environmental damage

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The unlikely partnerships that are shaping the car industry

The unlikely partnerships that are shaping the car industry

Pizza, ride-hailing and tech groups companies team up to explore business avenues

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Trump Lawyer Used Private Company, Pseudonyms to Pay Porn Star ‘Stormy Daniels’

Trump Lawyer Used Private Company, Pseudonyms to Pay Porn Star ‘Stormy Daniels’

President Donald Trump’s lawyer used a private Delaware company to pay a former adult-film star $130,000 in return for her agreeing to not publicly discuss an alleged sexual encounter with Mr. Trump, according to corporate records and people familiar with the matter.

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White House Considering San Francisco Fed President John Williams for Fed’s No. 2 Job

White House Considering San Francisco Fed President John Williams for Fed’s No. 2 Job

The White House is considering John Williams, the president of the San Francisco Fed, as a candidate to serve as the vice chairman of Federal Reserve Board in Washington, according to people familiar with the matter.

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IBM Revenue Grows for the First Time Since 2012

IBM Revenue Grows for the First Time Since 2012

International Business Machines Corp. reported higher revenue for the first time in 23 quarters and signaled continued growth into 2018, giving Chief Executive Ginni Rometty breathing space as she tries to turn around the century-old tech giant.

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Talking to Trump: A How-To Guide

Talking to Trump: A How-To Guide

President Donald Trump has received huge public exposure in his first year through blanket TV coverage, speeches and tweets. But what is he like in person? The Wall Street Journal interviewed more than 50 people about their experience meeting with the president in the past year.

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Federal Climate Experts Rank Last Year Among Three Warmest in Modern Times

Federal Climate Experts Rank Last Year Among Three Warmest in Modern Times

Global temperatures simmered at near-record levels in 2017, even as the world cooled slightly with the waning of a powerful El Nino event that had driven recent warming to levels unprecedented in modern times, federal climate experts said Thursday.

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Short-Term Spending Bill Meets More Resistance

Short-Term Spending Bill Meets More Resistance

Opposition to a short-term spending bill climbed in both parties, forcing GOP leaders to ratchet up the pressure on fellow Republicans in an effort to avoid a government shutdown this weekend.

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Senate Approves Extension of Electronic Surveillance Law

Senate Approves Extension of Electronic Surveillance Law

The U.S. Senate voted to reauthorize for six years a key surveillance law, sending a bill that permits a wide range of electronic spying to President Donald Trump for his approval.

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A Look Back at Trump’s Approval Ratings

A Look Back at Trump’s Approval Ratings

The president is the first in polling history to spend his entire first year with more disapproving than approving of his performance

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Six Chinese Ships Covertly Aided North Korea. The U.S. Was Watching

Six Chinese Ships Covertly Aided North Korea. The U.S. Was Watching

Intelligence gathered by American officials provides what they say is detailed evidence of sanctions violations, involving illicit cargo such as coal that the regime relies on for hard currency. China later successfully lobbied to have the vessels removed from a proposed United Nations blacklist.

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