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In China, a Dot-Com Déjà-Vu

In China, a Dot-Com Déjà-Vu

Tech startups, and their valuations, are booming in China. But where some investors see promise and reward, others see risk and a potential reckoning. How it will play out depends upon whom you ask.

Published 6 days ago

‘You Just Realize It’s All Gone’: Hurricane Michael’s Heavy Toll

‘You Just Realize It’s All Gone’: Hurricane Michael’s Heavy Toll

One of the most powerful storms to ever strike the U.S. erased entire neighborhoods and leveled communities. “It looks apocalyptic,” said a resident of Panama City, Fla., whose home was destroyed.

Published 6 days ago

In China, a Dot-Com Déjà-Vu

In China, a Dot-Com Déjà-Vu

Tech startups, and their valuations, are booming in China. But where some investors see promise and reward, others see risk and a potential reckoning. How it will play out depends upon whom you ask.

Published 6 days ago

Missing Journalist Was an Insider Willing to Cross Saudi Red Lines

Missing Journalist Was an Insider Willing to Cross Saudi Red Lines

Jamal Khashoggi, the missing Saudi journalist now presumed dead, rankled authorities with his socially liberal views and sympathy for the Muslim Brotherhood, but he was also an insider close to some of Saudi Arabia’s most powerful princes.

Published 1 week ago

Retail’s New E-Commerce Headache: Delivering Workers to Warehouses

Retail’s New E-Commerce Headache: Delivering Workers to Warehouses

The move by retail business from shopping districts to warehouses, job growth on the outskirts of cities is stretching the ability of transit agencies to get workers to far-flung sites.

Published 1 week ago

‘You Just Realize It’s All Gone’: Hurricane Michael’s Heavy Toll

‘You Just Realize It’s All Gone’: Hurricane Michael’s Heavy Toll

One of the most powerful storms to ever strike the U.S. erased entire neighborhoods and leveled communities. ‘It looks apocalyptic,’ said a resident of Panama City, Fla., whose home was destroyed.

Published 6 days ago

Investor Shift Triggers Stock Market’s Wild Ride

Investor Shift Triggers Stock Market’s Wild Ride

A Friday bounceback couldn’t save U.S. stocks from their worst week since March, as investors reassessed the value of American companies in the face of a long-awaited rise in interest rates.

Published 6 days ago

Republicans Gain Ground in Fight to Retain Their Narrow Senate Majority

Republicans Gain Ground in Fight to Retain Their Narrow Senate Majority

With the Senate in recess until after Election Day and the Supreme Court battle over, Republicans’ path to retaining their Senate majority is firmer than it has been in months, officials from both parties say.

Published 6 days ago

Turkey Frees American Pastor, Moving to Ease Tensions With U.S.

Turkey Frees American Pastor, Moving to Ease Tensions With U.S.

Andrew Brunson, an evangelical American pastor held in Turkey on terrorism charges, will be sent back to the U.S. following a hearing in which a judge lifted his house arrest.

Published 1 week ago

Pope Francis Accepts D.C. Cardinal Wuerl’s Resignation

Pope Francis Accepts D.C. Cardinal Wuerl’s Resignation

Pope Francis accepted the resignation of a U.S. cardinal under fire for his handling of clerical sex abuse, but the pope used the occasion to laud him for his leadership, angering some Catholics.

Published 1 week ago

Trump Considers Ambassador to Canada as Next U.N. Envoy

Trump Considers Ambassador to Canada as Next U.N. Envoy

President Donald Trump is giving serious consideration to Kelly Craft, the U.S. ambassador to Canada, as the nation’s next ambassador to the United Nations, according to people familiar with his thinking.

Published 1 week ago

Turkey Frees American Pastor, Moving to Ease Tensions With U.S.

Turkey Frees American Pastor, Moving to Ease Tensions With U.S.

Andrew Brunson, an evangelical American pastor held in Turkey on terrorism charges, will be sent back to the U.S. following a hearing in which a judge lifted his house arrest.

Published 1 week ago

Sears teeters on edge of bankruptcy as emergency financing sought

Sears teeters on edge of bankruptcy as emergency financing sought

Arrangement being discussed whereby lenders will provide as much as $500m of financing

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U.S. Edges Toward New Cold-War Era With China

U.S. Edges Toward New Cold-War Era With China

The Trump administration is moving to counter what it views as years of unbridled Chinese aggression, taking aim at military, political and economic targets in Beijing and signaling a new era in U.S.-China relations.

Published 1 week ago

Missing Journalist Was an Insider Willing to Cross Saudi Red Lines

Missing Journalist Was an Insider Willing to Cross Saudi Red Lines

Jamal Khashoggi, the missing Saudi journalist now presumed dead, rankled authorities with his socially liberal views and sympathy for the Muslim Brotherhood, but he was also an insider close to some of Saudi Arabia’s most powerful princes.

Published 1 week ago