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Tens of Thousands Evacuated in Frankfurt After World War II Bomb Is Found

Tens of Thousands Evacuated in Frankfurt After World War II Bomb Is Found

German police were clearing buildings in the financial capital in the country’s largest evacuation since World War II after the discovery of a “blockbuster” bomb from that era.

Published 4 months ago

Myanmar Army Chief Defends Clearing Rohingya Villages

Myanmar Army Chief Defends Clearing Rohingya Villages

As tens of thousands of Rohingya refugees stream across Myanmar’s border with Bangladesh, the Myanmar army’s commander-in-chief has defended clearing Rohingya villages as an essential step in rooting out a small band of militants armed with little more than spears or knives.

Published 4 months ago

North Korea Hit by Tremor in Apparent Nuclear Test

North Korea Hit by Tremor in Apparent Nuclear Test

North Korea appeared to have conducted a sixth nuclear test following the detection of a tremor there after Pyongyang showed off what it called a hydrogen bomb capable of being mounted on a long-range missile.

Published 4 months ago

North Korea Says It Has Developed Advanced Hydrogen Bomb

North Korea Says It Has Developed Advanced Hydrogen Bomb

The Asian nation said it has succeeded in making a “more developed” nuclear weapon and threatens a “super-powerful” electromagnetic pulse attack.

Published 4 months ago

Trump Administration Weighs Withdrawal From South Korea Trade Pact

Trump Administration Weighs Withdrawal From South Korea Trade Pact

The Trump administration is weighing giving notice to South Korea of plans to withdraw from a five-year-old bilateral trade pact, with a decision coming as soon as this coming week.

Published 4 months ago

Trump Returns to Gulf Coast After Hurricane Harvey’s Devastation

Trump Returns to Gulf Coast After Hurricane Harvey’s Devastation

President Donald Trump is making a second trip to the devastated Gulf Coast as rescues of residents in East Texas continued amid flood waters that in some places were still rising.

Published 4 months ago

Local Meteorologist Emerges as Unlikely Hero of Harvey

Local Meteorologist Emerges as Unlikely Hero of Harvey

Houston has a new celebrity: Jeff Lindner, meteorologist for the Harris County Flood Control District.

Published 4 months ago

JBS Holding Company Sells Paper-Pulp Maker Amid Scandal

JBS Holding Company Sells Paper-Pulp Maker Amid Scandal

The holding company of troubled Brazil meatpacker JBS SA said Saturday it sold its paper-pulp maker Eldorado Brasil Celulose SA to Netherlands-based Paper Excellence for 15 billion reais ($4.8 billion).

Published 4 months ago

Russia Protests U.S. Decision to Search Its Washington Trade Mission

Russia Protests U.S. Decision to Search Its Washington Trade Mission

Russia’s Foreign Ministry said it handed a letter of protest to a U.S. diplomat over Washington’s decision to search Russia’s trade mission in Washington.

Published 4 months ago

Nissan Hopes Drivers Will Turn to Their New Leaf

Nissan Hopes Drivers Will Turn to Their New Leaf

The car company will release a new version if its all-electric model this week, looking to persuade average customers to adopt next-generation vehicles.

Published 4 months ago

Huawei Armed With New AI-Enhanced Chipset for Battle With iPhone

Huawei Armed With New AI-Enhanced Chipset for Battle With iPhone

The Chinese telecom giant’s Kirin 970 chip—with built-in artificial-intelligence capabilities—will power its next-generation smartphones in bid to match rivals Apple and Samsung.

Published 4 months ago

<span class='then'>Then</span> and <span class='now'>Now:</span><br>The Big Shift at Work

<span class='then'>Then</span> and <span class='now'>Now:</span><br>The Big Shift at Work

Work has gotten harder and companies have grown less generous over the years, as safety nets like pensions have vanished for many. Here's what the fraying bond between employers and employees means for our lives at work.

Published 1 year ago

China’s Little Lenders Can’t Grow Like They Used To

China’s Little Lenders Can’t Grow Like They Used To

The future is dimming for smaller Chinese banks, as moves by Beijing to rein in financial risks force these lenders to cool off from a wave of financial experimentation that had given them new ways to expand.

Published 4 months ago

Myanmar Military Says Death Toll in Clashes Rises to Almost 400

Myanmar Military Says Death Toll in Clashes Rises to Almost 400

About 60,000 people have fled into neighboring Bangladesh to escape violence in the western part of the country, while advocates for the Rohingya ethnic minority say many civilians have been killed.

Published 4 months ago

The Smartphone Generation vs. Free Speech

The Smartphone Generation vs. Free Speech

Controversial speakers are being shut down on campus because today’s college students are obsessed with psychological safety and have little experience with negotiating conflicts.

Published 4 months ago