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U.S. Stocks Regain Ground After Selloff

U.S. Stocks Regain Ground After Selloff

U.S. stocks rebounded, buoyed in part by bank earnings that beat expectations.The gains provided some relief after stock markets around the world suffered their biggest shakeout since February.

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Behind Market Turmoil, Potentially Good News

Behind Market Turmoil, Potentially Good News

Interest rates are far below historical definitions of normal. Optimistic analysts believe the economy could have years left to run, and that the stock market selloff will prove to be a temporary bout of indigestion.

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Pope Francis Accepts D.C. Cardinal Wuerl’s Resignation

Pope Francis Accepts D.C. Cardinal Wuerl’s Resignation

Pope Francis accepted the resignation of the archbishop of Washington, D.C., a powerful official in the U.S. Catholic Church under fire for his handling of clerical sex abuse.

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Sears Exit Would Leave Big Holes in Malls. Some Landlords Welcome That.

Sears Exit Would Leave Big Holes in Malls. Some Landlords Welcome That.

Profitable shopping centers see chance to lure higher-paying tenants even as malls in the heartland, already struggling with competition from online sales, fear the loss of foot traffic.

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Death Toll From Michael Rises to at Least 11

Death Toll From Michael Rises to at Least 11

At least 11 people died in four states after Hurricane Michael’s two-day rampage from Florida to Virginia. As of early Friday, at least 1.2 million customers in the affected states were without power.

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Turkey Frees American Pastor Andrew Brunson, in Bid to Ease U.S. Tensions

Turkey Frees American Pastor Andrew Brunson, in Bid to Ease U.S. Tensions

Andrew Brunson, an evangelical American pastor held in Turkey on terrorism charges, will be sent back to the U.S. following a hearing in which a judge lifted his house arrest.

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Turkey Says Recordings Are Evidence of Saudi Journalist’s Killing

Turkey Says Recordings Are Evidence of Saudi Journalist’s Killing

The Turkish government has what it describes as audio and video recordings purporting to show that journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, and has shared the evidence with U.S. officials, according to people familiar with the matter.

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Don’t Be Haunted by Digital Ghosts: Delete Your Old Accounts

Don’t Be Haunted by Digital Ghosts: Delete Your Old Accounts

We face constant reminders that our personal data is scattered all over the internet. Here’s how to reduce your exposure.

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Turkish court releases US pastor Andrew Brunson

Turkish court releases US pastor Andrew Brunson

Move should help ease tensions between Washington and Ankara that had hit lira

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Lower expenses and tax rate help Citi top Q3 earnings expectations

Lower expenses and tax rate help Citi top Q3 earnings expectations

Citigroup generated net income of $4.62bn in the third quarter, comfortably beating analysts’ expectations and last year’s results even as its North American business posted a disappointing fall in revenue.

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Turkey, Anxious to Ease U.S. Tensions, to Free American Pastor

Turkey, Anxious to Ease U.S. Tensions, to Free American Pastor

An evangelical American pastor held in Turkey on terrorism charges will be sent back to the U.S. following a hearing in which a judge lifted his house arrest.

Published 1 month ago

You’re Not the Only One Who’s Not Paying Your ‘Nanny Tax’

You’re Not the Only One Who’s Not Paying Your ‘Nanny Tax’

A number of prominent Americans have been caught neglecting to pay taxes on their child-care help. They’re not alone. As one economist estimates, only 5% of Americans who should be paying taxes related to household help are doing so, one economist estimates.

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JPMorgan Profits Rise 24% Despite Trading Dip

JPMorgan Profits Rise 24% Despite Trading Dip

Banking giant JPMorgan reported that net income rose 24%, and revenue rose as well, with consumer businesses helping overcome a slight decline in trading results.

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Pope Francis Accepts D.C. Cardinal Wuerl’s Resignation

Pope Francis Accepts D.C. Cardinal Wuerl’s Resignation

Pope Francis accepted the resignation of the archbishop of Washington, D.C., Cardinal Donald Wuerl, one of the most powerful officials in the U.S. Catholic Church who is currently under fire for his handling of clerical sex abuse.

Published 1 month ago

You’re Not the Only One Who’s Not Paying Your ‘Nanny Tax’

You’re Not the Only One Who’s Not Paying Your ‘Nanny Tax’

A number of prominent Americans have been caught neglecting to pay taxes on their child-care help. They’re not alone. As one economist estimates, only 5% of Americans who should be paying taxes related to household help are doing so, one economist estimates.

Published 1 month ago