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West Virginia’s Democratic Governor to Switch Parties

West Virginia’s Democratic Governor to Switch Parties

West Virginia’s Democratic Governor Jim Justice will announce tonight at a rally with President Donald Trump that he is switching parties, according to a GOP official familiar with the decision.

Published 5 months ago

Special Counsel Mueller Impanels Washington Grand Jury in Russia Probe

Special Counsel Mueller Impanels Washington Grand Jury in Russia Probe

Special Counsel Robert Mueller has impaneled a grand jury in Washington to investigate Russia’s interference in the 2016 elections, a sign that his inquiry is growing in intensity and entering a new phase, according to people familiar with the matter.

Published 5 months ago

Smoke, Then Fire: Uber Knowingly Leased Unsafe Cars to Drivers

Smoke, Then Fire: Uber Knowingly Leased Unsafe Cars to Drivers

Chasing breakneck growth, the ride-hailing giant bought Honda SUVs in Singapore subject to a recall. Then one caught fire, sparking a panic at the company. The episode, which wasn’t previously public knowledge, adds to the list of crises that unfolded at Uber on the watch of former Chief Executive Travis Kalanick.

Published 5 months ago

Teva Pharmaceuticals Hit by Increased Competition in U.S. Generics

Teva Pharmaceuticals Hit by Increased Competition in U.S. Generics

Investor concerns about Teva, which is grappling with a leadership vacuum and industry headwinds, mounted when the world’s biggest seller of generic drugs offered a bleak financial update that sent shares reeling.

Published 5 months ago

Why Do U.S. Stocks Keep Hitting Records? Here Are Five Theories

Why Do U.S. Stocks Keep Hitting Records? Here Are Five Theories

The Dow Jones Industrial Average crossed 22000 for the first time Wednesday. Here are some of investors’ theories for why the stock market keeps rising.

Published 5 months ago

Monsanto Employee Emails Show Efforts to Marshal Scientists

Monsanto Employee Emails Show Efforts to Marshal Scientists

An escalating legal battle between Monsanto and a plaintiffs’ law firm offers an unusual look inside how the world’s largest seed company defended a controversial herbicide.

Published 5 months ago

Millennials Unearth an Amazing Hack to Get Free TV: the Antenna

Millennials Unearth an Amazing Hack to Get Free TV: the Antenna

Cord-cutters accustomed to watching shows online are often shocked that $20 ‘rabbit ears’ pluck signals from the air. Is this legal?

Published 5 months ago

How to Make a Phone Call in 2017

How to Make a Phone Call in 2017

We explain in a series of … calls.

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Trump Blames Congress for ‘All-Time’ Poor Relations With Russia

Trump Blames Congress for ‘All-Time’ Poor Relations With Russia

President Donald Trump said relations with Russia had deteriorated to an “all-time & very dangerous low,” and seemed to suggest that a new bill slapping sanctions on Russia for its meddling in the 2016 elections was to blame.

Published 5 months ago

No Cure in Sight for Teva

No Cure in Sight for Teva

Don’t be fooled by the low valuation. Teva Pharmaceutical Industries is a dangerous stock to own.

Published 5 months ago

New Districts Reignite School Segregation Debate

New Districts Reignite School Segregation Debate

Mostly white Alabama city wants its own education system, highlighting a growing national trend.

Published 5 months ago

FedEx to Skip Holiday Surcharges for Most Orders

FedEx to Skip Holiday Surcharges for Most Orders

FedEx said it won’t charge additional fees for most orders during the holiday season, in contrast with UPS, undercutting its main rival as they battle for e-commerce customers.

Published 5 months ago

Trump’s ‘Sanctuary City’ Crackdown Faces Resistance in Unexpected Places

Trump’s ‘Sanctuary City’ Crackdown Faces Resistance in Unexpected Places

The case of a U.S. citizen mistaken for an illegal immigrant in Allentown, Pa., and wrongly held in jail reverberates today as President Trump presses his immigration agenda.

Published 5 months ago

Turnover Under Trump

Turnover Under Trump

A number of senior staff and officials have come and gone in the administration’s first few months.

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Avon CEO to Step Down Amid Investor Pressure

Avon CEO to Step Down Amid Investor Pressure

Avon said that Chief Executive Sheri McCoy will resign in March, as the company faces pressure from activist investors to make faster progress on its corporate turnaround plan.

Published 5 months ago