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2017 Holiday Movie Guide

2017 Holiday Movie Guide

An improbable romance with a monster, a new look at skater Tonya Harding and a handful of old-fashioned Westerns are among this season’s movies vying to emerge from the shadow of ‘Star Wars.’

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Fed Official Steps Up Concern Over Bitcoin

Fed Official Steps Up Concern Over Bitcoin

Digital currencies such as bitcoin may not be secure enough for widespread public use, Federal Reserve official Randal Quarles said, stepping up the agency’s concern over the highflying virtual currency.

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US-China economic dialogue programme has ‘stalled’

US-China economic dialogue programme has ‘stalled’

Treasury’s David Malpass says Beijing is not liberalising economy as hoped

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Trump considers replacing Tillerson with Pompeo

Trump considers replacing Tillerson with Pompeo

President has had combative relationship with secretary of state

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Sen. John McCain’s Support Bolsters GOP Tax Hopes as Senate Vote Nears

Sen. John McCain’s Support Bolsters GOP Tax Hopes as Senate Vote Nears

Sen. John McCain said he would support a $1.4 trillion tax cut that Republicans are advancing in the Senate, pushing the plan closer to passage though intense jockeying is still playing out among lawmakers.

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Google May Reunite With Nest as It Takes on Amazon

Google May Reunite With Nest as It Takes on Amazon

Google is considering folding home-automation unit Nest into its hardware team, reversing one element of Google’s split two years ago into various businesses under holding company Alphabet.

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UBS chief blasts regulators’ drive to curb banker pay

UBS chief blasts regulators’ drive to curb banker pay

Sergio Ermotti says watchdogs are fuelled by envy and have unfairly singled out banks

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Democratic Leader Pelosi Calls for Embattled Rep. Conyers to Resign

Democratic Leader Pelosi Calls for Embattled Rep. Conyers to Resign

The top Democrat in the House of Representatives called for embattled Rep. John Conyers to step down after sexual harassment allegations were leveled at the Michigan Democrat.

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McCain’s support boosts Republican tax reform hopes

McCain’s support boosts Republican tax reform hopes

Senator’s announcement comes as lawmakers begin debating landmark legislation

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Donald Trump’s UK state visit — a few teensy tweaks to the itinerary

Donald Trump’s UK state visit — a few teensy tweaks to the itinerary

A top secret Foreign Office memo of the president’s plans has been fictionally leaked to the FT . . .

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German president set to host crucial coalition talks

German president set to host crucial coalition talks

Negotiations aimed at luring Schulz’s SPD back into alliance with Merkel’s bloc

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Dow Industrials Cross 24000

Dow Industrials Cross 24000

U.S. stocks rose Thursday, sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average above 24000 for the first time.

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CVS Health Closes In on Deal to Buy Aetna

CVS Health Closes In on Deal to Buy Aetna

CVS Health is moving closer to a deal to buy Aetna for more than $66 billion in cash and stock. The deal, which could be announced by Monday, would create a health-care-industry behemoth selling everything from drugs to insurance.

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U.S., U.K.’s ‘Special Relationship’ Tested by Trump Tweets

U.S., U.K.’s ‘Special Relationship’ Tested by Trump Tweets

Relations between the U.S. and Britain appeared to be further strained after President Donald Trump shared inflammatory anti-Islam videos posted by a U.K. far-right group.

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China’s Tech Giants Have a Second Job: Helping the Government See Everything

China’s Tech Giants Have a Second Job: Helping the Government See Everything

Tencent and Alibaba are among the firms that assist authorities in hunting down criminal suspects, silencing dissent and creating surveillance cities. Their efforts are part a state campaign to build one of the world’s most ambitious surveillance systems.

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