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As Black-Owned Banks Withdraw, Community Sounds Alarm

As Black-Owned Banks Withdraw, Community Sounds Alarm

The number of black-owned banks operating in the U.S. has been dropping steadily for the past 15 years, leaving many African-American communities short of access to capital and traditional financial services.

Published 5 months ago

North Korea Shrugs Off Sanctions Despite China’s Push to End Missile Tests

North Korea Shrugs Off Sanctions Despite China’s Push to End Missile Tests

The U.S. praised China for backing new U.N. economic sanctions against Pyongyang over the regime’s weapons program, but North Korea indicated there would be no change in policy.

Published 5 months ago

Venezuelan Opposition Politician Lopez Returns Home

Venezuelan Opposition Politician Lopez Returns Home

The country’s most popular politician Leopoldo Lopez returned home Saturday night after a stint in a military prison, said family members.

Published 5 months ago

DraftKings, FanDuel Face Test of Their Business As They Go It Alone

DraftKings, FanDuel Face Test of Their Business As They Go It Alone

Following failed merger bid, daily fantasy-sports sites DraftKings and FanDuel are revamping services to retain new players; this National Football League season will put those efforts to the test.

Published 5 months ago

Alabama GOP Senate Hopefuls Fight Over Dedication to Trump

Alabama GOP Senate Hopefuls Fight Over Dedication to Trump

In the run-up to Alabama’s special-election primary this month to fill the Senate seat vacated by Jeff Sessions, Republican candidates are sparring over who would best advance President Donald Trump’s agenda and remain most loyal to him.

Published 5 months ago

Big Tobacco’s Next Big Thing? Tobacco

Big Tobacco’s Next Big Thing? Tobacco

Cigarette makers are working on their next act, as cigarette sales decline around the world and once-breakneck growth from the first wave of e-cigarettes fades.

Published 5 months ago

Saudi Crown Prince and U.A.E. Heir Forge Pivotal Ties

Saudi Crown Prince and U.A.E. Heir Forge Pivotal Ties

Ultraconservative Saudi Arabia is aligning its policies with its smaller and more liberal neighbor, the United Arab Emirates. And the friendship between the heirs to the two thrones is being seen as central to the Saudi shift.

Published 5 months ago

The Men Who Trade ISIS Loot

The Men Who Trade ISIS Loot

The middlemen who buy and sell antiquities looted by ISIS from Syria and Iraq explain how the smuggling supply chain works.

Published 5 months ago

The Problem With Electric Cars? Not Enough Chargers

The Problem With Electric Cars? Not Enough Chargers

Most owners of electric vehicles charge them overnight at home, but a few companies are looking ahead to an era of rapid adoption—and building a charging-station infrastructure.

Published 5 months ago

Fox News Suspends Host Eric Bolling

Fox News Suspends Host Eric Bolling

Fox News suspended anchor Eric Bolling while the network conducts an investigation into allegations that he sent inappropriate photographs to female co-workers.

Published 5 months ago

U.N. Security Council Approves New Sanctions on North Korea

U.N. Security Council Approves New Sanctions on North Korea

The council unanimously passed a resolution that would slash about $1 billion off North Korea’s annual foreign revenue, with China and Russia saying the rogue nation’s recent provocations were unacceptable.

Published 5 months ago

Usain Bolt Takes Bronze in 100 Meter World Championship as Americans Stage Upset

Usain Bolt Takes Bronze in 100 Meter World Championship as Americans Stage Upset

Eight-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt finished third in the men’s 100 meter world championship final in London, behind Americans Justin Gatlin and Christian Coleman.

Published 5 months ago

FBI Investigates Attack on Minnesota Mosque

FBI Investigates Attack on Minnesota Mosque

Someone apparently threw a bomb through the window of a suburban Minneapolis mosque as people were preparing for morning prayers, damaging the imam’s office but not injuring anyone.

Published 5 months ago

Breaking From MetLife, Brighthouse Has a Tough Task: Selling Insurance

Breaking From MetLife, Brighthouse Has a Tough Task: Selling Insurance

Brighthouse Financial, an insurance and annuities company spun-off from MetLife, will begin trading Monday in a market that’s seen ultralow interest rates for a decade.

Published 5 months ago

As Bigwigs Exit Commodities, a Metals Hedge Fund Plans Its Launch

As Bigwigs Exit Commodities, a Metals Hedge Fund Plans Its Launch

London-based Arion Investment Management in planning to launch its first commodities hedge fund to trade base and precious metals in October.

Published 5 months ago