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Snow Slows Down Much of the Normally Sunny Deep South

Snow Slows Down Much of the Normally Sunny Deep South

Snowfall shrouding much of the Deep South began tapering off Saturday, but freezing temperatures kept roads slick and thousands without electricity while planes remained grounded at Atlanta’s airport.

Published 6 months ago

Boris Johnson holds ‘frank’ talks in Iran over jailed Briton

Boris Johnson holds ‘frank’ talks in Iran over jailed Briton

Tehran criticises western ‘passivity’ over Trump’s opposition to nuclear deal

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Iraq announces defeat of Isis

Iraq announces defeat of Isis

US Central Command warns of Islamists’ resurgence in Syria

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Iraqi Forces Drive Islamic State From Its Remaining Territory

Iraqi Forces Drive Islamic State From Its Remaining Territory

Iraq’s military said it had recaptured Islamic State’s last pockets of territory in the country, more than three years after the insurgents overran about a third of Iraq and threw the wider region into chaos.

Published 6 months ago

Mexican Opposition Alliance Shakes Up Election Scene

Mexican Opposition Alliance Shakes Up Election Scene

Two of Mexico’s main opposition parties have agreed to run together in next year’s presidential election, shaking up the political landscape less than seven months before the vote.

Published 6 months ago

Gender pay gap rules risk hitting family-friendly policies

Gender pay gap rules risk hitting family-friendly policies

Executives highlight unintended consequences from having to disclose pay ratios

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Israeli forces retaliate against Palestinian ‘day of rage’

Israeli forces retaliate against Palestinian ‘day of rage’

At least two killed and ‘militant’ targets bombed in Gaza in wake of Trump’s Jerusalem move

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Supreme Court Widens Review of Gerrymandering

Supreme Court Widens Review of Gerrymandering

The Supreme Court expanded its review of partisan redistricting, adding to its calendar a second case asserting a constitutional basis to curb the drawing of political maps to favor the party in power.

Published 6 months ago

How Amazon Picks Its Seemingly Random Deals of the Day

How Amazon Picks Its Seemingly Random Deals of the Day

Third-party merchants slash prices and stockpile inventory in hopes Amazon.com Inc. will select their item for a short-term holiday promotion—which merchants say can boost sales all season.

Published 6 months ago

Philippines Faces Steep Task Rebuilding City Wrested From Islamic Militants

Philippines Faces Steep Task Rebuilding City Wrested From Islamic Militants

The Philippine military scored a victory against international extremism when it drove Islamic State-linked fighters from this city in October, but that success is now in peril as the government discovers as many pitfalls in rebuilding Marawi as in liberating it.

Published 6 months ago

Why Bitcoin? Why Now?

Why Bitcoin? Why Now?

For most of its nine-year history, bitcoin has been a financial-markets sideshow, sneered at as a plaything of criminals. No longer: 2017 is the year the digital currency stole the spotlight.

Published 6 months ago

California House Republican Hears It at Home Over Tax Bill

California House Republican Hears It at Home Over Tax Bill

California Republican Rep. Mimi Walters is facing criticism in her Orange County district over the tax overhaul bill that she voted for but that might increase taxes for many of her constituents.

Published 6 months ago

Honduras on knife-edge after disputed election

Honduras on knife-edge after disputed election

Opposition accuse President Juan Orlando Hernández of rigging vote

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Da Vinci’s ‘Salvator Mundi’ Is Likely a Gift From Saudi Arabia to the U.A.E.

Da Vinci’s ‘Salvator Mundi’ Is Likely a Gift From Saudi Arabia to the U.A.E.

The Leonardo da Vinci painting acquired for $450.3 million by Saudi Arabia’s crown prince will be displayed at the Louvre Abu Dhabi museum—a gift from Saudi Arabia to the United Arab Emirates, according to a person with direct knowledge of the matter.

Published 6 months ago