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An Army Veteran Wages War on Social-Media Disinformation

An Army Veteran Wages War on Social-Media Disinformation

Kris Goldsmith has become the cybersleuth for the Vietnam Veterans of America, hunting fake Facebook pages that sow discord and often have roots overseas.

Published 1 month ago

U.S. Stocks Open Lower as Investors Await Fed Minutes

U.S. Stocks Open Lower as Investors Await Fed Minutes

U.S. stocks opened slightly lower Wednesday, with investors parsing the latest earnings and economic figures ahead of the release of minutes from the Federal Reserve’s September meeting.

Published 1 month ago

U.S. Regulators Rescind Federal Oversight of Prudential Financial

U.S. Regulators Rescind Federal Oversight of Prudential Financial

U.S. regulators removed federal oversight of Prudential Financial, granting the firm a victory after a yearslong effort to convince officials that it didn’t deserve tighter scrutiny from Washington.

Published 1 month ago

Twitter releases 10m tweets from fake news probe

Twitter releases 10m tweets from fake news probe

Social network publishes cache to allow independent analysis by researchers

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Netflix jumps as investors binge on strong third quarter

Netflix jumps as investors binge on strong third quarter

Shares open up 8% after subscriber growth outstripped expectations

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Turkey, Saudis Spar Over Missing Journalist Probe as U.S. Eases Pressure

Turkey, Saudis Spar Over Missing Journalist Probe as U.S. Eases Pressure

Turkey and Saudi Arabia sparred over the scope of Ankara’s probe into the suspected killing of Jamal Khashoggi, as U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo defended the kingdom.

Published 1 month ago

A New Breed of Political Ad Enters the Midterms

A New Breed of Political Ad Enters the Midterms

This year's midterms have a new type of ad. It's low budget, never airs on TV, and is helping unknown, novice candidates make headlines. Photo: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez/Means of Production

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Trial Shows Elite NCAA Basketball Stars Are Valuable, but Often Voiceless

Trial Shows Elite NCAA Basketball Stars Are Valuable, but Often Voiceless

Elite players are at the heart of a college-basketball corruption trial, but evidence and testimony has shown just how little say these players often have over decisions that can make, or imperil, their careers.

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When Your Day Job Isn’t Enough

When Your Day Job Isn’t Enough

It used to be that many people had to choose between their creative aspirations and their commitment to a corporate career, but in the era of the side hustle some manage to do both.

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US regulators take Prudential off ‘too big to fail’ list

US regulators take Prudential off ‘too big to fail’ list

Move to end extra-close supervision further undermines Obama-era post-crisis financial regulation

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The enduring myth of the young Arab reformer

The enduring myth of the young Arab reformer

In the Middle East, westerners routinely confuse youth with a commitment to change

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Turkey, Saudis Spar Over Missing Journalist Probe as U.S. Rows Back Pressure

Turkey, Saudis Spar Over Missing Journalist Probe as U.S. Rows Back Pressure

Turkey and Saudi Arabia sparred over the scope of Ankara’s probe into the suspected killing of Jamal Khashoggi, as U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo defended the kingdom.

Published 1 month ago

Deadly Crimea Blast Triggers Antiterrorism Investigation

Deadly Crimea Blast Triggers Antiterrorism Investigation

A blast at a college in Crimea killed 10 people and injured at least 50, prompting an antiterrorism investigation, officials said.

Published 1 month ago

Supply Constraints to Slow Canada’s Marijuana Legalization

Supply Constraints to Slow Canada’s Marijuana Legalization

Canada became the largest country to legalize the recreational use of marijuana, but a patchwork of regulations and a shortage of legal supply means the black market won’t likely disappear anytime soon.

Published 1 month ago

Explosion kills 18 at Crimean school

Explosion kills 18 at Crimean school

Russian authorities says blast in region annexed by Russia is being treated as terrorism

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