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Laser Beam Attacks Bedevil U.S. Military Pilots in Mideast

Laser Beam Attacks Bedevil U.S. Military Pilots in Mideast

Hostile forces in the Middle East are targeting American pilots with laser pointers at a growing rate, imperiling aircrews and reflecting a problem more widespread and longstanding than the Pentagon has previously acknowledged.

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Syria’s Last Rebel Stronghold Girds for Regime Assault

Syria’s Last Rebel Stronghold Girds for Regime Assault

Syria’s last opposition stronghold is bracing for a regime military offensive, after airstrikes and shelling killed dozens there in recent days and the United Nations warned of a possible humanitarian disaster.

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Late to the Driverless Revolution

Late to the Driverless Revolution

America’s car industry dismissed the potential of autonomous driving for years as tech companies plunged ahead. Now Detroit is racing to catch up.

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Omarosa Manigault Newman, Trump’s apprentice turned nemesis

Omarosa Manigault Newman, Trump’s apprentice turned nemesis

The former reality TV star is tormenting the White House with claims of secret tapes

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Strength Coaches in College Football Have Become Strongmen

Strength Coaches in College Football Have Become Strongmen

A Maryland player’s death trains spotlight on the highly paid coaches who oversee workouts.

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Corporate power on the agenda at Jackson Hole

Corporate power on the agenda at Jackson Hole

Central bankers to discuss whether business concentration is keeping wages low

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Why Elon Musk should read ‘Barbarians at the Gate’

Why Elon Musk should read ‘Barbarians at the Gate’

Fateful tweet from Tesla chief executive could embolden potential suitors

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SEC Probes Tesla Over Model 3 Production Disclosures

SEC Probes Tesla Over Model 3 Production Disclosures

The SEC began investigating last year whether Tesla misled investors about its Model 3 car production problems and subpoenaed a parts supplier.

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When to Ignore the Crowd and Shun a Roth IRA

When to Ignore the Crowd and Shun a Roth IRA

The benefits of a conversion from a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA are manifold. But before making what is now an irreversible conversion, savers should consider some scenarios where they could lose the benefit of tax deferral without reaping even more valuable tax-free benefits.

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Islamic State’s Elusive Leader Held Secret Meeting as Iraqi Stronghold Crumbled

Islamic State’s Elusive Leader Held Secret Meeting as Iraqi Stronghold Crumbled

Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was gaunt, ailing and angry when he met aides at a secret ISIS conclave last year, one attendee recounts from prison, offering a rare glimpse into the inner-circle tensions as the caliphate crumbled.

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Trump Blames Washington, D.C., Officials for Military Parade Cancellation

Trump Blames Washington, D.C., Officials for Military Parade Cancellation

President Trump on Friday said it was his decision to cancel plans for a military parade this November in Washington, D.C., charging that local officials demanded too much money to stage it.

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As ‘Access Hollywood’ Tape Surfaced, Michael Cohen Changed Tune on Paying Stormy Daniels

As ‘Access Hollywood’ Tape Surfaced, Michael Cohen Changed Tune on Paying Stormy Daniels

Michael Cohen initially balked at the idea of buying the silence of a former adult-film star who says she had sex with Donald Trump, but he did an about-face after a video of Mr. Trump talking about groping women became public in October 2016.

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Trump Directs SEC to Study Six-Month Reporting for Public Companies

Trump Directs SEC to Study Six-Month Reporting for Public Companies

President Trump said he had asked the Securities and Exchange Commission to study moving financial reporting for publicly traded companies to a six-month schedule rather than the current quarterly system.

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Trade Fears Throw Future of U.S. Natural Gas Into Question

Trade Fears Throw Future of U.S. Natural Gas Into Question

As trade disputes continue, the promising U.S.-China energy relationship is compromised.

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Global Markets Come Under Pressure as Turkish Lira Drops Again

Global Markets Come Under Pressure as Turkish Lira Drops Again

Global stocks came under pressure amid a drop in the Turkish lira and lingering worries about China’s economy and trade relations.

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