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Wanted: an opposition that will stand up to May on Brexit

Wanted: an opposition that will stand up to May on Brexit

Don’t expect the Labour party to hold this government to account

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Syrian Rebels Down Russian Military Plane, Kill Pilot

Syrian Rebels Down Russian Military Plane, Kill Pilot

Militants killed a Russian pilot who ejected from his jet fighter after it was shot down in northwestern Syria, when he landed alive and resisted capture by an al Qaeda-linked group, Syrian monitors and a Syrian militant said.

Published 6 months ago

Italian Gunman Targets Africans in Drive-By Shooting Spree

Italian Gunman Targets Africans in Drive-By Shooting Spree

A lone Italian gunman wounded six African immigrants in a two-hour drive-by shooting spree Saturday in a small Italian city where just days earlier a Nigerian man was arrested in the gruesome killing of a teenager, officials said.

Published 6 months ago

Battle of the Bots: Uber and Waymo Gear Up for Driverless-Car Trial

Battle of the Bots: Uber and Waymo Gear Up for Driverless-Car Trial

A legal battle starting Monday could set a new course for self-driving vehicles, as Uber Technologies Inc. defends itself against accusations that it stole technology secrets of Alphabet Inc.’s Google offshoot, Waymo.

Published 6 months ago

Six injured in Italian drive-by shooting

Six injured in Italian drive-by shooting

Incident takes place against backdrop of political tension over immigration

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Exxon plans for carbon-constrained future

Exxon plans for carbon-constrained future

Biggest US energy group believes it will be able to exploit all of its reserves

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Getting to the Winter Games Is an Olympic Headache

Getting to the Winter Games Is an Olympic Headache

Travel logistics for the Games are proving to be a headache for many foreign visitors—so much so that some are bailing on the event.

Published 6 months ago

Janet Yellen Leaves the Fed—and a Glass Ceiling Shattered

Janet Yellen Leaves the Fed—and a Glass Ceiling Shattered

Janet Yellen broke a glass ceiling when she became the first Federal Reserve chairwoman, making her departure from the central bank bittersweet for some.

Published 6 months ago

NIH Requires More Transparency in Human Research

NIH Requires More Transparency in Human Research

The National Institutes of Health has established sweeping new rules governing research conducted on humans, requiring scientists who receive federal funding to publicly disclose more of their research—and causing confusion and consternation at some institutions.

Published 6 months ago

Analysis: Jobs Report Could Boost Fed Support for Faster Pace of Rate Rises

Analysis: Jobs Report Could Boost Fed Support for Faster Pace of Rate Rises

Friday’s jobs report will reassure the Federal Reserve it is on the right track in its plan to raise interest rates several times this year. The question that remains is whether officials will see the need to accelerate the pace of rate increases.

Published 6 months ago

States Look at Establishing Their Own Health Insurance Mandates

States Look at Establishing Their Own Health Insurance Mandates

At least nine states are considering their own versions of a requirement that residents must have health insurance, a move that could accelerate a divide between Democratic states trying to shore up the Affordable Care Act and Republican states intent on tearing it down.

Published 6 months ago

U.S. Outlines Plan on Nuclear-Weapons Use

U.S. Outlines Plan on Nuclear-Weapons Use

The Pentagon put potential adversaries on notice that the U.S. might respond with nuclear weapons if it is the target of a major nonnuclear attack.

Published 6 months ago