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Trump Says U.S. May Boost Arms Sales to Asia Allies

Trump Says U.S. May Boost Arms Sales to Asia Allies

President Donald Trump signaled his willingness to let Japan and South Korea buy more sophisticated American military equipment in reaction to North Korea’s most recent nuclear blast, as Pyongyang issued a fresh anti-U.S. message..

Published 4 months ago

‘Big Six’ Policy Group Faces Decision Time on Tax Changes

‘Big Six’ Policy Group Faces Decision Time on Tax Changes

Republicans aim to rewrite whole swaths of the tax system by year’s end, which gives them little time to nail down the policy, then get the package passed.

Published 4 months ago

Workers: Fear Not the Robot Apocalypse

Workers: Fear Not the Robot Apocalypse

Automation commonly creates more, and better-paying, jobs than it destroys. In U.S. retailing, rising e-commerce employment at such companies as Amazon more than compensates for the swoon in brick-and-mortar stores.

Published 4 months ago

North Korea Gives Defiant Response to U.S. Over Latest Nuclear Test

North Korea Gives Defiant Response to U.S. Over Latest Nuclear Test

North Korea issued a defiant response to U.S. attempts to impose new sanctions for its latest nuclear test, declaring that it wasn’t cowed by the Trump administration’s warnings and hinting at an unspecified “counteroffensive.”

Published 4 months ago

Girls Who Love Football Rush Into Their Own Leagues

Girls Who Love Football Rush Into Their Own Leagues

Amid injury fears and a decline in boys’ participation, young players find enough interest for all-female teams.

Published 4 months ago

Roger Versus Rafa! In New York? Yes! Maybe?

Roger Versus Rafa! In New York? Yes! Maybe?

A historic U.S. Open meeting between tennis legends Federer and Nadal isn’t a lock—but it’s getting closer

Published 4 months ago

Polly Want a Xanax? Neurotic Parrots Can Drive Their Owners Crazy

Polly Want a Xanax? Neurotic Parrots Can Drive Their Owners Crazy

Parrots, the most popular pets after cats and dogs, aren’t exactly suited for domestic life. ‘They scream, bite and are messy,’ acknowledges one bird lover who tries to place unwanted cockatoos and macaws, while schooling new owners in proper care. One pro tip: no kissing.

Published 4 months ago

Trump Administration Ends DACA Program for Immigrants

Trump Administration Ends DACA Program for Immigrants

The Trump administration announced it was ending the five-year-old program that protects undocumented immigrants who entered the U.S. as children from deportation.

Published 4 months ago

Hurricane Irma Gains Strength in the Caribbean

Hurricane Irma Gains Strength in the Caribbean

Hurricane Irma grew into a fierce Category 5 storm as it churned through the Caribbean, taking aim at the northern Leeward Islands and potentially the continental U.S. by the weekend.

Published 4 months ago

Cassini’s Last Dance With Saturn

Cassini’s Last Dance With Saturn

A journey through the probe's key discoveries of the planet and its rings and moons

Published 4 months ago

U.S. Stocks Slide Amid North Korea Tensions

U.S. Stocks Slide Amid North Korea Tensions

U.S. stocks opened lower as investors weighed fresh threats from North Korea. The S&P 500 declined 0.3%.

Published 4 months ago

United Tech CEO Defends Rockwell Deal

United Tech CEO Defends Rockwell Deal

United Technologies is devoting $30 billion to buying Rockwell Collins as it seeks the missing link in a broader quest by the global aerospace sector: building the digitally connected aircraft.

Published 4 months ago

U.S. Colleges Slip in Global Rankings

U.S. Colleges Slip in Global Rankings

The U.S. continues to lay claim to more elite research universities than any other country in the world, but that dominance is beginning to fray, according to the 2018 Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

Published 4 months ago

Harvey Losses Won’t Sink Insurers

Harvey Losses Won’t Sink Insurers

Property and casualty insurers may be liable for up to $25 billion in claims from Hurricane Harvey. But with excess capital of $150 billion to $300 billion, they can easily manage that.

Published 4 months ago

Facebook Tees Up WhatsApp to Make Money

Facebook Tees Up WhatsApp to Make Money

WhatsApp will eventually charge companies to use some future features in the two free business tools it started testing this summer.

Published 4 months ago