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Republicans Scale Down Agenda for Safety-Net Programs, Health Law

Republicans Scale Down Agenda for Safety-Net Programs, Health Law

Republicans are scaling back their ambitions to overhaul safety-net programs and dismantle the Affordable Care Act due to concerns they can’t muster enough support before the 2018 midterm elections.

Published 5 months ago

Tua Tagovailoa: The Freshman Quarterback Who Rescued Alabama

Tua Tagovailoa: The Freshman Quarterback Who Rescued Alabama

The only decision bolder than Nick Saban’s to put in Tua Tagovailoa midway through the national championship was Tua Tagovailoa’s decision to attend Alabama in the first place.

Published 5 months ago

Iranians Turn to Tech Tools to Evade Internet Censors

Iranians Turn to Tech Tools to Evade Internet Censors

Iranian authorities have ratcheted up policing of the internet as part of an effort to stamp out protests, but the crackdown is driving Iranians to tech tools that can help them evade censors.

Published 5 months ago

Hedge funds produce best returns in 4 years

Hedge funds produce best returns in 4 years

Strong performance from managers who bet on stocks restores optimism

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Intel’s Brian Krzanich defends response to chip security flaw

Intel’s Brian Krzanich defends response to chip security flaw

Chief hails effort to fix industry problem but stops short of data theft assurance

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Democrats seek their own star power in the age of Trump

Democrats seek their own star power in the age of Trump

Oprah Winfrey is one of a number of names touted as possible candidates for high office

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Silicon Valley Reconsiders the iPhone Era It Created

Silicon Valley Reconsiders the iPhone Era It Created

A tussle between prominent investors and Apple over iPhone use by young people comes amid a nascent re-evaluation of the smartphone’s social consequences within the industry that spawned it.

Published 5 months ago

Why Airfreight Traffic Is Up: Dog Food and Semiconductors Are Vying for Space

Why Airfreight Traffic Is Up: Dog Food and Semiconductors Are Vying for Space

As online shoppers come to expect faster home delivery, passenger jets and dedicated cargo planes are picking up more kinds of cargo traditionally carried by container ships, trains and trucks.

Published 5 months ago

Banks Seek Government Help to Track Money Laundering

Banks Seek Government Help to Track Money Laundering

Efforts to overhaul U.S. anti-money-laundering laws are gathering steam, as large banks, anticorruption groups and law-enforcement authorities coalesce around the idea of creating a national database of corporations and their true owners.

Published 5 months ago

China’s Strategy to Psych Out the West Is Paying Off

China’s Strategy to Psych Out the West Is Paying Off

The Chinese Communist Party can be an intimidating presence and dealing with its coercive influence techniques is likely to become the greatest single challenge to Western-style democracies.

Published 5 months ago

Sessions Signals Greater Willingness to Use Death Penalty

Sessions Signals Greater Willingness to Use Death Penalty

The Justice Department has agreed to seek the death penalty in at least two murder cases, in a sign of a heightened effort under Attorney General Jeff Sessions to use capital punishment to further crack down on violent crime.

Published 5 months ago

Koreas Near Olympics Deal, North Avoids Nuclear Talk

Koreas Near Olympics Deal, North Avoids Nuclear Talk

South Korea sought unsuccessfully to raise the North’s nuclear program during bilateral talks, though the two sides appeared close to an agreement for Pyongyang to participate in next month’s Winter Olympics.

Published 5 months ago

SpaceX-delivered US spy satellite thought destroyed

SpaceX-delivered US spy satellite thought destroyed

Northrop Grumman device believed a ‘write-off’ after failing to separate from rocket

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Chinese steel production to slow sharply in 2018

Chinese steel production to slow sharply in 2018

Market hit by oversupply likely to benefit from anti-pollution measures

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Europe’s steelmakers return to health

Europe’s steelmakers return to health

Producers grind out best performance since financial crisis as market healing begins

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