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Syria Pressures U.S.-Backed Kurds to Hand Over Control

Syria Pressures U.S.-Backed Kurds to Hand Over Control

A U.S.-backed group in Syria is being pressed by the government of President Bashar al-Assad to cede control of its territory to a regime Washington has long sought to unseat.

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The NFL Team That Went All In

The NFL Team That Went All In

The Los Angeles Rams made a flurry of high-profile offseason moves—and defied the models of patience that have gripped the sports world.

Published 1 month ago

Cohen co-operation may lead to rockier waters for Trump

Cohen co-operation may lead to rockier waters for Trump

US president’s longtime lawyer said to have knowledge ‘of interest to special counsel’

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Cohen learnt from Trump before turning on him

Cohen learnt from Trump before turning on him

Confession shows president’s former personal lawyer followed his business principles

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Fed frets over ability to fight next recession

Fed frets over ability to fight next recession

While affirming more rate rises soon, central bank officials turn minds to long term

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Democrats call in FBI over attempted hack of voter database

Democrats call in FBI over attempted hack of voter database

Fake website aimed to get party officials’ passwords as midterm elections approach

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Mexican Official: U.S., Mexico Near Accord on Nafta Sticking Points

Mexican Official: U.S., Mexico Near Accord on Nafta Sticking Points

U.S. and Mexican officials are close to resolving some of the sticking points that have stalled negotiations to overhaul the North American Free Trade Agreement, Mexico’s chief trade negotiator said.

Published 1 month ago

Welcome Students, Let’s Talk About Confederate Statues

Welcome Students, Let’s Talk About Confederate Statues

Institutions from Virginia to Mississippi are coming to terms with statues, markers and building names linked to their Confederate past, without alienating alumni and donors.

Published 1 month ago

The Next Big Bet in Fracking: Water

The Next Big Bet in Fracking: Water

Fledgling companies, many backed by private equity, are rushing to help shale drillers deal with one of their trickiest problems: what to do with the vast volumes of wastewater that are a byproduct of fracking wells.

Published 1 month ago

Syria Pressures U.S.-Backed Kurds to Hand Over Control

Syria Pressures U.S.-Backed Kurds to Hand Over Control

A U.S.-backed group in Syria is being pressed by the government of President Bashar al-Assad to cede control of its territory to a regime Washington has long sought to unseat.

Published 1 month ago

Donald Trump’s future will be settled by politics, not the law

Donald Trump’s future will be settled by politics, not the law

Despite so many scandals, the court of public opinion is the one that really matters

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Wall Street reaches bull market milestone

Wall Street reaches bull market milestone

Benchmark briefly touches intraday record high

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Business leaders need to speak up for business as usual

Business leaders need to speak up for business as usual

Corporate America is failing to make the case for the international economic order

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JPMorgan Laying Off Around 100 Employees in Asset-Management Business

JPMorgan Laying Off Around 100 Employees in Asset-Management Business

JPMorgan Chase is in the process of laying off around 100 employees in its asset-management division as the bank makes staffing adjustments amid market shifts, according to people familiar with the matter.

Published 1 month ago

Welcome Students, Let’s Talk About Confederate Statues

Welcome Students, Let’s Talk About Confederate Statues

Institutions from Virginia to Mississippi are coming to terms with statues, markers and building names linked to their Confederate past, without alienating alumni and donors.

Published 1 month ago