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Trump Questions Kavanaugh Accuser’s Account as Senators Continue Negotiations

Trump Questions Kavanaugh Accuser’s Account as Senators Continue Negotiations

President Trump challenged Christine Blasey Ford’s account of an alleged sexual assault by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh when they were teenagers. Meanwhile, the GOP remained in talks with Dr. Ford about having her testify next week.

Published 2 months ago

Drugmakers’ Free Services Spur Government Scrutiny

Drugmakers’ Free Services Spur Government Scrutiny

Federal prosecutors are probing whether big drugmakers including Sanofi, Gilead Sciences and Biogen potentially violated laws by providing free services to doctors and patients.

Published 2 months ago

Energy Gets a Reprieve in China’s Latest Tariffs

Energy Gets a Reprieve in China’s Latest Tariffs

In the U.S.-China trade battle that’s targeted everything from soybeans to SUVs, energy has gotten off somewhat easy.

Published 2 months ago

The Art Market Pounces on Its Next Big Star. Now She Has to Hold On.

The Art Market Pounces on Its Next Big Star. Now She Has to Hold On.

Seven years ago, Njideka Akunyili Crosby’s paintings were selling for $3,000. Now they go for $3 million. Her next challenge is to avoid the quick rise and fall other young artists have suffered in a contemporary art market that churns through its favorites.

Published 2 months ago

Retiring Soon? Plan for Market Downturns

Retiring Soon? Plan for Market Downturns

Investment losses early in retirement can “lock a portfolio into a downward spiral.” But advisers say there are steps savers can take to minimize the damage.

Published 2 months ago

Weary of Power Outages, Puerto Ricans Find Solace in Solar

Weary of Power Outages, Puerto Ricans Find Solace in Solar

Residents and businesses in Puerto Rico increasingly are investing in renewable-energy technologies, mainly solar, to guard against power outages from the island’s still-rickety electric grid.

Published 2 months ago

Trump attacks credibility of Kavanaugh’s accuser

Trump attacks credibility of Kavanaugh’s accuser

Twitter broadside comes as Republicans scramble to save Supreme Court nominee

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Electric car rivals revved up to challenge Tesla

Electric car rivals revved up to challenge Tesla

Yet early indications are the new vehicles, each feted as a ‘Tesla killer’, fall short

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Amazon Is a Giant. But Bigness Isn’t a Crime

Amazon Is a Giant. But Bigness Isn’t a Crime

The company’s scale worries critics, but antitrust law punishes conduct, not size.

Published 2 months ago

Energy Gets a Reprieve in China’s Latest Tariffs

Energy Gets a Reprieve in China’s Latest Tariffs

In the U.S.-China trade battle that’s targeted everything from soybeans to SUVs, energy has gotten off somewhat easy.

Published 2 months ago

Baker Mayfield Is the Mayor of Cleveland

Baker Mayfield Is the Mayor of Cleveland

Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield made his NFL debut and delivered a win for an NFL franchise desperate to believe.

Published 2 months ago

Defiant May throws down gauntlet to EU over Brexit

Defiant May throws down gauntlet to EU over Brexit

Prime minister declares she will never accept the break-up of the UK

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Wang Qishan, China’s philosopher king

Wang Qishan, China’s philosopher king

The vice-president seeks advice to defuse trade tension but struggles to understand Trump

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Drugmakers’ Free Services Spur Government Scrutiny

Drugmakers’ Free Services Spur Government Scrutiny

Federal prosecutors are probing whether big drugmakers including Sanofi, Gilead Sciences and Biogen potentially violated laws by providing free services to doctors and patients.

Published 2 months ago

Weary of Power Outages, Puerto Ricans Find Solace in Solar

Weary of Power Outages, Puerto Ricans Find Solace in Solar

Residents and businesses in Puerto Rico increasingly are investing in renewable-energy technologies, mainly solar, to guard against power outages from the island’s still-rickety electric grid.

Published 2 months ago