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Where the Earth Became a River: Indonesia Quake Liquefied Solid Ground

Where the Earth Became a River: Indonesia Quake Liquefied Solid Ground

Survivors of the Sept. 28 Indonesia earthquake describe riding as much as a mile on earthen rafts carried by liquefied soil: for the people of Palu, a scientific phenomenon, liquefaction, had violently entered the realm of personal experience.

Published 2 months ago

Trump attacks Chinese control of military supply chains

Trump attacks Chinese control of military supply chains

White House identifies threat to US national security in latest broadside at Beijing

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Susan Collins Finds a Starring Role in Kavanaugh Vote

Susan Collins Finds a Starring Role in Kavanaugh Vote

Sen. Susan Collins, who has clashed with Republican leaders over taxes and health care, on Friday played the role they needed from her: A Republican woman pledging the decisive vote to elevate Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

Published 2 months ago

US Senate politics place Supreme Court legitimacy at risk

US Senate politics place Supreme Court legitimacy at risk

As Anthony Kennedy goes from the court, something of value goes with him

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Ford to Cut Jobs as It Reorganizes Salaried Workforce

Ford to Cut Jobs as It Reorganizes Salaried Workforce

Ford Motor has informed its global salaried workforce of a planned reorganization that will cut jobs, part of Chief Executive Jim Hackett’s broader plan to squeeze costs and improve efficiencies at the struggling auto maker.

Published 2 months ago

Banksy painting ‘self-destructs’ on podium in auction prank

Banksy painting ‘self-destructs’ on podium in auction prank

Activist street artist’s ‘Girl with Balloon’ sells for £1m at Sotheby’s — then gets shredded

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GE: industrial stalwart contemplates a general overhaul

GE: industrial stalwart contemplates a general overhaul

After decades of dealmaking, weakness in the power sector is forcing the company’s executives to consider radical changes

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Kavanaugh Fight Binds Trump and His Party

Kavanaugh Fight Binds Trump and His Party

While the Kavanaugh fight has divided the country, it has had almost the opposite effect in one place: It has bound together President Trump and the Republican Party as never before, writes Gerald F. Seib.

Published 2 months ago

Bond Yields Reach New Highs On Growth Outlook

Bond Yields Reach New Highs On Growth Outlook

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 180 points and bond yields rose to multiyear highs after the jobless rate dropped to its lowest level since 1969, raising fears of higher borrowing costs.

Published 2 months ago

Interpol’s Chinese President Reported Missing in China

Interpol’s Chinese President Reported Missing in China

The head of the international police organization was reported by his wife to have gone missing in China, according to French authorities, who are investigating his disappearance.

Published 2 months ago

EU drafts tough contingency plans for no-deal Brexit

EU drafts tough contingency plans for no-deal Brexit

Emergency blueprint prepared by Brussels would see disruption to UK flights and exports

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Senate Advances Kavanaugh to Confirmation Vote

Senate Advances Kavanaugh to Confirmation Vote

GOP Sen. Susan Collins, who voted “yes” in a 51-49 Senate tally to advance Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination to a confirmation vote, will announce her final position this afternoon. Fellow Republican Lisa Murkowski voted “no” on advancing Judge Kavanaugh, while undecided Democrat Joe Manchin backed moving the pick forward.

Published 2 months ago

Chicago Jury Finds Police Officer Guilty of Murder in Laquan McDonald Trial

Chicago Jury Finds Police Officer Guilty of Murder in Laquan McDonald Trial

A jury found police officer Jason Van Dyke guilty of second-degree murder of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald after he shot the teenager 16 times in 2014.

Published 2 months ago

Saudi crown prince says Opec working to keep oil prices down

Saudi crown prince says Opec working to keep oil prices down

Prince Mohammed bin Salman also gives new timeline for possible Aramco IPO

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Protesters Raise Voices Over Kavanaugh

Protesters Raise Voices Over Kavanaugh

Hundreds of demonstrators crowded a Senate office building to oppose the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh as others hit the street outside New York’s Trump Tower and elsewhere.

Published 2 months ago