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A Viewer’s Guide to How, When and Where to Watch the Eclipse

A Viewer’s Guide to How, When and Where to Watch the Eclipse

On Monday, Aug. 21, a swath of the U.S. will experience a total solar eclipse, spurring gatherings around the country to watch the rare celestial event. Here are a few facts for skygazers.

Published 5 months ago

Police Hunt Barcelona Driver as Second Attack Hits Catalonia

Police Hunt Barcelona Driver as Second Attack Hits Catalonia

Police urgently searched for the driver who mowed down pedestrians in a popular central Barcelona tourist area, killing 13 and leaving many severely injured, as an official said a second attack was linked to the crash.

Published 5 months ago

Stocks Slide on Heels of Drop in Dow and Spain Attacks

Stocks Slide on Heels of Drop in Dow and Spain Attacks

Global stock markets fell as political tensions worsened in the U.S. and terror attacks hit Spain. Madrid’s IBEX 35 was a major decliner and the Nikkei fell to a three-month low.

Published 5 months ago

Wrong-Way Gas Bet Fueled Goldman’s Second-Quarter Swoon

Wrong-Way Gas Bet Fueled Goldman’s Second-Quarter Swoon

Goldman lost more than $100 million in a wrong-way bet on regional natural-gas prices this spring, a setback that played a large role in the New York bank’s subpar second-quarter trading performance.

Published 5 months ago

North Korean Threat Spurs an Identity Crisis on Guam

North Korean Threat Spurs an Identity Crisis on Guam

Bluster from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has breathed life into Guamanian opposition to a bigger U.S. military presence on the island.

Published 5 months ago

Single Ladder to Safety: With Water Rushing In, a Few Minutes Decided Life and Death on USS Fitzgerald

Single Ladder to Safety: With Water Rushing In, a Few Minutes Decided Life and Death on USS Fitzgerald

Thirty-five sailors were sleeping below decks on Navy destroyer USS Fitzgerald when it collided with a container ship. Water flooded in. There was one ladder to safety.

Published 5 months ago

Uber’s Kalanick Fires Back at Investor in Legal Battle

Uber’s Kalanick Fires Back at Investor in Legal Battle

Uber’s former chief executive said Benchmark Capital is engaged in a personal attack that threatens to further damage the company and called for the legal dispute to be settled in arbitration.

Published 5 months ago

U.S., South Korea to Meet on Trade Deal Next Week

U.S., South Korea to Meet on Trade Deal Next Week

U. S. and South Korean negotiators will meet next week in Seoul to potentially amend a five-year-old free-trade agreement.

Published 5 months ago

Great French Bubblies Beyond Champagne

Great French Bubblies Beyond Champagne

From Crémants to vins mousseux, French sparkling wines by names other than Champagne are worth getting to know. We found some excellent bubblies—not to mention very good values.

Published 5 months ago

ACLU Changes Policy on Defending Hate Groups Protesting With Firearms

ACLU Changes Policy on Defending Hate Groups Protesting With Firearms

The American Civil Liberties Union will no longer defend hate groups seeking to protest with firearms and will screen clients more closely for the potential of violence at their rallies, following the clashes in Charlottesville, Va., the group’s executive director said.

Published 5 months ago

Energy Capital Partners Is Nearing Deal to Buy Calpine

Energy Capital Partners Is Nearing Deal to Buy Calpine

Private-equity firm Energy Capital Partners is nearing a deal to buy power-generation company Calpine Corp., according to people familiar with the matter.

Published 5 months ago

White House Pulls Plug on Infrastructure Advisory Panel

White House Pulls Plug on Infrastructure Advisory Panel

The White House pulled the plug on a planned council that was to advise President Trump on rebuilding the nation’s infrastructure, an apparent victim of the Charlottesville furor.

Published 5 months ago

Trump Threatened to Kill the AT&T-Time Warner Deal, But It’s Very Much Alive

Trump Threatened to Kill the AT&T-Time Warner Deal, But It’s Very Much Alive

The government review of AT&T’s $85 billion takeover of Time Warner has reached an advanced stage, a sign that Donald Trump’s campaign-trail complaints about media concentration and his disdain for CNN haven’t gummed up the vetting process.

Published 5 months ago

Pressed to Fire Steve Bannon, Donald Trump Instead Channels Him

Pressed to Fire Steve Bannon, Donald Trump Instead Channels Him

From trade actions against China to a defense of Confederate symbols, President Donald Trump is doubling down on his nationalist agenda while facing pressure to sever ties with the one member of his inner circle who best represents that ideology, chief strategist Steve Bannon.

Published 5 months ago

Dimon’s Remarks on Trump, Charlottesville Provoke Discussion Inside J.P. Morgan

Dimon’s Remarks on Trump, Charlottesville Provoke Discussion Inside J.P. Morgan

J.P. Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon's public stance against the events in Charlottesville and President Trump's reaction provoked a small number of critical comments among the company's employees.

Published 5 months ago