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Hundreds Protesting Racism Mark Charlottesville Anniversary

Hundreds Protesting Racism Mark Charlottesville Anniversary

Hundreds of people protesting racism gathered in on the University of Virginia campus Saturday evening, near the area where white nationalists marched with torches and shouted Nazi slogans one year earlier.

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From ‘The Simpsons’ to ‘Disenchantment’

From ‘The Simpsons’ to ‘Disenchantment’

The ‘Simpsons’ creator dives into a fantasy world of elves, ogres and sorcery with his animated series for Netflix: ‘Disenchantment.’

Published 2 months ago

Horizon Air Employee Who Crashed Plane Didn’t Have Pilot’s License

Horizon Air Employee Who Crashed Plane Didn’t Have Pilot’s License

The Horizon Air employee who stole a turboprop plane Friday night, and crashed about an hour later, didn’t have a pilot’s license, the airline’s chief executive said Saturday.

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Tesla fight shows rise of short-sellers on Wall Street

Tesla fight shows rise of short-sellers on Wall Street

Stock market tussle shines light on a sector where billions are at stake

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Indie star Julien Baker: ‘Spotify stresses me the hell out’

Indie star Julien Baker: ‘Spotify stresses me the hell out’

The Nashville-based musician on being gay and Christian in a Trumpist heartland

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Are humans too flawed to survive the 21st century?

Are humans too flawed to survive the 21st century?

AI, climate, fake news, Brexit — Yuval Noah Harari tackles our fears for the future

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Golf’s Looming Schedule Overhaul Could Elevate PGA Championship

Golf’s Looming Schedule Overhaul Could Elevate PGA Championship

Golf’s traditional rhythm will change following the conclusion of this weekend’s PGA Championship at Bellerive. The tournament’s move to May starting in 2019 creates some short-term quirks.

Published 2 months ago

GOP Rep. Chris Collins Suspends Re-Election Campaign

GOP Rep. Chris Collins Suspends Re-Election Campaign

Insider-trading allegations have derailed what had been viewed as a clear path to another term for the Republican representative from New York.

Published 2 months ago

Uranium Market Shows Signs of Life

Uranium Market Shows Signs of Life

A wave of mine closures and the rollout of nuclear-power plants world-wide are fueling bullish bets on the long-depressed uranium market.

Published 2 months ago

Airline Employee Crashes Stolen Plane Near Seattle After Wild Ride

Airline Employee Crashes Stolen Plane Near Seattle After Wild Ride

An Alaska Air employee stole a turboprop airliner from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport before crashing it on a nearby island, authorities and the company said.

Published 2 months ago

Across the U.S., the Spaceport Race Is On

Across the U.S., the Spaceport Race Is On

There are now 10 licensed commercial spaceports in the U.S., double the number in 2004, as local and state officials try to draw business from companies like SpaceX and Blue Origin.

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Franklin Templeton drops out of European top 20

Franklin Templeton drops out of European top 20

Investors flee New York-listed group over performance concerns

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London develops a taste for urban wineries

London develops a taste for urban wineries

Top restaurants and department stores tap into growing market

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In Break From Precedent, Trump’s Moves  Aggravate Turkey’s Currency Crisis, Rather Than Calm It

In Break From Precedent, Trump’s Moves Aggravate Turkey’s Currency Crisis, Rather Than Calm It

President Trump’s decision to double steel tariffs on Turkey as its government battled a currency collapse marked a departure for the U.S. from how it traditionally handles financial turmoil.

Published 2 months ago

Trump’s Attacks on the Press: Part Instinct, Part Calculation

Trump’s Attacks on the Press: Part Instinct, Part Calculation

Trump’s broadsides against the media are in part a visceral response to criticism, advisers and people close to the president say. But they also are part of a campaign strategy to energize voters ahead of the midterms.

Published 2 months ago