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Apple Defends Its Smartphone Practices for Children After Investor Critique

Apple Defends Its Smartphone Practices for Children After Investor Critique

Apple Inc. defended its record of providing parental controls and other protections for children who use its iPhones and other devices, after a pair of prominent investors called on the tech giant to take more steps to curb the ill effects of smartphones.

Published 7 months ago

Drug Industry Isn’t Giving Up on Alzheimer’s

Drug Industry Isn’t Giving Up on Alzheimer’s

Efforts to find treatments for Alzheimer’s disease suffered blows in recent days, but many companies, scientists and investors are still optimistic that they can find a way to treat the memory-robbing disease, which affects roughly 5.5 million Americans.

Published 7 months ago

The Secrets of College Football’s Best Teams

The Secrets of College Football’s Best Teams

The Wall Street Journal requested past game plans from Alabama, Georgia and other prominent teams under public records laws. They all refused.

Published 7 months ago

Mike Pence Plans Active Role in GOP’s 2018 Campaign

Mike Pence Plans Active Role in GOP’s 2018 Campaign

Vice President Mike Pence is jumping into the midterm elections, planning visits soon to Nevada and Pennsylvania and helping recruit a candidate in Ohio amid an aggressive push to retain Republican control of Congress.

Published 7 months ago

Google accused of discriminating against white male conservatives

Google accused of discriminating against white male conservatives

Class action lawsuit by fired employee threatens to reignite company’s culture wars

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Japanese markets primed to run after the robot dog

Japanese markets primed to run after the robot dog

Topix could be as well positioned to rise this year as the first time Sony sold Aibo

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Federal Regulators Rule Against Trump Administration on Power Plants

Federal Regulators Rule Against Trump Administration on Power Plants

Federal energy regulators Monday rejected a Trump administration proposal aimed at shoring up struggling coal-fired and nuclear power plants.

Published 7 months ago

Huawei, Long Seen as Spy Threat, Rolled Over U.S. Road Bumps

Huawei, Long Seen as Spy Threat, Rolled Over U.S. Road Bumps

Chinese telecom giant has gobbled up huge global market share at the expense of Western rivals. Now, as U.S. carriers prepare a $275 billion build-out of 5G networks, Washington officials are raising alarms anew that Huawei is a front for Beijing government interests.

Published 7 months ago

Oprah Winfrey’s Golden Globes Speech Inspires Democrats’ Visions of a 2020 Presidential Run

Oprah Winfrey’s Golden Globes Speech Inspires Democrats’ Visions of a 2020 Presidential Run

Oprah Winfrey’s speech at the Golden Globes fueled speculation of a 2020 presidential run, which some Democrats say may be now be more plausible than ever.

Published 7 months ago

David Davis attacks EU’s ‘damaging’ no-deal Brexit planning

David Davis attacks EU’s ‘damaging’ no-deal Brexit planning

Minister’s letter to PM says Brussels guidance to companies is threat to UK interests

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Special Counsel Mueller Weighs Seeking Interview With Trump

Special Counsel Mueller Weighs Seeking Interview With Trump

Special Counsel Robert Mueller informed lawyers for President Donald Trump last month that he may want to interview the president “soon” as part of his investigation into obstruction of justice and any links by Trump associates to Russia.

Published 7 months ago

Former Google Engineer Fired Over Diversity Memo Files Suit

Former Google Engineer Fired Over Diversity Memo Files Suit

James Damore, the former Google engineer who was fired for writing a memo suggesting men were better suited than women for certain tech jobs, is suing the company for allegedly discriminating against white, conservative men.

Published 7 months ago

Top Justice Department Official Criticizes Rising Violent Crime in Baltimore

Top Justice Department Official Criticizes Rising Violent Crime in Baltimore

U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein tied Baltimore’s record-high murder rate—one of the highest in the U. S.—to decisions by local authorities to “cut back” on policing and prosecution.

Published 7 months ago

Trump ends ‘temporary protected status’ of 200,000 Salvadorans

Trump ends ‘temporary protected status’ of 200,000 Salvadorans

US president revokes programme granted after earthquakes in the country in 2001

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