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Emmys Gain Clout in a Rejiggered TV Landscape

Emmys Gain Clout in a Rejiggered TV Landscape

The Emmy Awards’ importance grows in a world where streaming content has become a force, but broadcast networks aren’t surrendering. Netflix, HBO, NBC and others face off Sunday night.

Published 4 months ago

Unlike Most Industries, Drone Makers and Operators Clamor for Federal Regulation

Unlike Most Industries, Drone Makers and Operators Clamor for Federal Regulation

Despite White House directives rolling back regulations affecting most industries, drone proponents are clamoring for more federal rules as the way to open up the skies for unmanned aircraft.

Published 4 months ago

Hurricane Scientists Aren’t Afraid to Make Eye Contact

Hurricane Scientists Aren’t Afraid to Make Eye Contact

As Floridians fled Hurricane Irma, scientists raced toward it aboard sturdy aircraft bristling with high-tech weather-monitoring gear.

Published 4 months ago

Trump’s Deal Rejection Puts U.S. Policy on Chinese Investment in Focus

Trump’s Deal Rejection Puts U.S. Policy on Chinese Investment in Focus

Trump’s rejection of a Beijing-backed fund’s attempt to acquire a U.S. semiconductor company was for many in Washington an easy call, but the decision did little to settle a growing debate over how the U.S. should approach deals that are less clear cut.

Published 4 months ago

Canelo Alvarez vs. Gennady Golovkin Ends in a Draw

Canelo Alvarez vs. Gennady Golovkin Ends in a Draw

When the final bell rang after Gennady “GGG” Golovkin and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez battled 12 rounds for middleweight supremacy, both fighters raised their arms in victory. It turns out, the judges felt the same way.

Published 4 months ago

St. Louis Police Officer’s Acquittal Triggers Second Day of Protests

St. Louis Police Officer’s Acquittal Triggers Second Day of Protests

Demonstrators disrupted shopping at upscale suburban malls to protest a judge’s verdict clearing former officer Jason Stockley of first-degree murder in the 2011 shooting death of Anthony Lamar Smith.

Published 4 months ago

U.S. Says Russia Attacked Site Near American-Led Coalition in Syria

U.S. Says Russia Attacked Site Near American-Led Coalition in Syria

The Russian military attacked a location where they knew the U.S.-led coalition and allied Syrian rebels were operating, the U.S. military said. The strike injured several Syrian Democratic Forces troops.

Published 4 months ago

Trump Administration Won’t Withdraw from Paris Climate Deal

Trump Administration Won’t Withdraw from Paris Climate Deal

The U.S. has stated it will “not renegotiate the Paris accord” but will review its terms after President Donald Trump said in June that the administration would nix or renegotiate the climate pact.

Published 4 months ago

Pakistan Rallies Against U.S. Plan in Afghanistan

Pakistan Rallies Against U.S. Plan in Afghanistan

Pakistan’s top diplomat will reproach the U.S. for its new Afghanistan policy at the United Nations General Assembly next week, saying the Trump administration is following a militaristic approach that has already failed.

Published 4 months ago

Iraqi Forces Drive Out Islamic State From Town Near Syria Border

Iraqi Forces Drive Out Islamic State From Town Near Syria Border

Iraqi forces drove Islamic State militants from an area in the western desert near the borders with Syria and Jordan on Saturday, making further inroads into the group’s last remaining territory in the country.

Published 4 months ago

Racketlon: The One Sport With Four Rackets

Racketlon: The One Sport With Four Rackets

Jeremy Easterbrook plays racketlon: ping pong, badminton, squash and tennis, and is one is one of Canada’s top competitors

Published 4 months ago

Ticketmaster Tries to Weed Out Scalpers and a New Market Is Born

Ticketmaster Tries to Weed Out Scalpers and a New Market Is Born

A new system that aims to give ‘real’ fans first dibs on concert tickets is under threat from professional resellers who are offering as much as $1,000 for the special codes that grant early access to seats.

Published 4 months ago

Bill and Melinda Gates: Let’s Keep Investing in the World’s Poor

Bill and Melinda Gates: Let’s Keep Investing in the World’s Poor

U.S. foreign aid has helped developing countries make huge progress against disease and poverty—and this is no time to reverse course

Published 4 months ago

One Early Lesson From Irma: Hurricane Building Codes Work

One Early Lesson From Irma: Hurricane Building Codes Work

Homeowners in Florida are finding that homes built to the stricter building codes seem to have fared better during Hurricane Irma.

Published 4 months ago

How Traders Are Making Money as Oil Prices Go Nowhere

How Traders Are Making Money as Oil Prices Go Nowhere

A placid oil market is emboldening traders to adopt strategies that reap modest gains on small price moves, while risking big losses in the event of larger ones.

Published 4 months ago