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Eight Die After Boat Capsizes in Storm Near Branson, Mo.

Eight Die After Boat Capsizes in Storm Near Branson, Mo.

At least eight people died when an amphibious tourist boat capsized during a storm on Table Rock Lake, authorities said. Seven people were taken to a hospital and divers were searching for more passengers.

Published 2 months ago

U.S. Says About 1,600 Separated Children Have Reunification Approval

U.S. Says About 1,600 Separated Children Have Reunification Approval

The Trump administration told a federal court Thursday that roughly 1,600 immigrant children separated from their parents at the Mexican border have been approved to be reunited with their parents, while about 900 still haven’t been approved.

Published 2 months ago

On Amazon, Fake Products Plague Smaller Brands

On Amazon, Fake Products Plague Smaller Brands

Amazon has made it easy for small brands to sell their products to large numbers of customers, but that has also enabled some counterfeiters to cut into their business.

Published 2 months ago

Japan’s free-trade stocks hit by broader wobble of faith

Japan’s free-trade stocks hit by broader wobble of faith

Investors too distracted by Trump’s trade war to get excited about Tokyo-Brussels deal

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On Amazon, Fake Products Plague Smaller Brands

On Amazon, Fake Products Plague Smaller Brands

Amazon has made it easy for small brands to sell their products to large numbers of customers, but that has also enabled some counterfeiters to cut into their business.

Published 2 months ago

Three Top FBI Cybersecurity Officials to Retire

Three Top FBI Cybersecurity Officials to Retire

Three of the top cybersecurity officials at the Federal Bureau of Investigation are retiring from government service—departures that come as cyberattacks are a major concern for the country’s security agencies.

Published 2 months ago

U.S. Grain Prices Crunched by Trade Fears

U.S. Grain Prices Crunched by Trade Fears

Gluts of corn, wheat and other crops are finally easing after years of oversupply, but prices have yet to meaningfully rebound.

Published 2 months ago

America’s Factory Towns, Once  Solidly Blue, Are Now a GOP Haven

America’s Factory Towns, Once Solidly Blue, Are Now a GOP Haven

In one generation, manufacturing districts have flipped from Democratic strongholds to Republican ones. The swing is remaking both parties on issues from trade to social policy—and could shape the midterm elections.

Published 2 months ago

U.S. Says About 1,600 Separated Children Have Reunification Approval

U.S. Says About 1,600 Separated Children Have Reunification Approval

The Trump administration told a federal court Thursday that roughly 1,600 immigrant children separated from their parents at the Mexican border have been approved to be reunited with their parents, while about 900 still haven’t been approved.

Published 2 months ago

World Cup Win Triggers Identity Anxiety in Multiethnic France

World Cup Win Triggers Identity Anxiety in Multiethnic France

The notion that France owes its World Cup soccer triumph to Africa—given the African heritage of many of its players—has seeped into the rhetoric of public figures from Trevor Noah to Nicolás Maduro. France is not amused.

Published 2 months ago

America’s Factory Towns, Once  Solidly Blue, Are Now a GOP Haven

America’s Factory Towns, Once Solidly Blue, Are Now a GOP Haven

In one generation, manufacturing districts have flipped from Democratic strongholds to Republican ones. The swing is remaking both parties on issues from trade to social policy—and could shape the midterm elections.

Published 2 months ago

Wilbur Ross: ‘Too Early to Say’ Whether National Security Probe Will Bring Auto Tariffs

Wilbur Ross: ‘Too Early to Say’ Whether National Security Probe Will Bring Auto Tariffs

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said it is “too early” to say whether the Trump administration will move ahead with proposed tariffs of up to 25% on imported vehicles and auto parts.

Published 2 months ago

Investors pile yet more cash into tech stock funds

Investors pile yet more cash into tech stock funds

Global equity funds dedicated to technology amass $20bn so far this year

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Tax Probe of Trump Foundation Faces High Bar for Criminal Charges, Experts Say

Tax Probe of Trump Foundation Faces High Bar for Criminal Charges, Experts Say

New York state is investigating whether the Donald J. Trump Foundation violated tax laws, according to a senior Cuomo administration official, and legal experts say the bar is high for criminal charges.

Published 2 months ago