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Iraqi Forces Take Key Installations in Advance on Kirkuk

Iraqi Forces Take Key Installations in Advance on Kirkuk

Iraqi forces took over a military base, airport and energy installations near the city of Kirkuk, pushing out Kurdish fighters as risks mount of a bigger conflict between two of the U.S.’s closest allies in the war against Islamic State.

Published 8 months ago

GOP Tax Plan Would Keep the Mortgage Break But Threaten Irrelevancy

GOP Tax Plan Would Keep the Mortgage Break But Threaten Irrelevancy

The tax overhaul plan being negotiated in Washington has the potential to virtually eliminate a break lawmakers once considered untouchable: the mortgage interest deduction.

Published 8 months ago

Social Security Numbers: Hacked, Hated—and Irreplaceable

Social Security Numbers: Hacked, Hated—and Irreplaceable

No one intended for the Social Security number to become the cornerstone of Americans’ financial lives. But it has, and the Equifax Inc. hack has shown how ill-suited the nine-digit figure is to this role.

Published 8 months ago

J.P. Morgan’s James Dimon May Hate Bitcoin, but He Loves Blockchain

J.P. Morgan’s James Dimon May Hate Bitcoin, but He Loves Blockchain

CEO James Dimon recently trashed the digital currency bitcoin, but he likes the blockchain technology that underpins it. The nation’s largest bank is expected to rolls out a pilot program using the record-keeping technology.

Published 8 months ago

Catalan Leader Doesn’t Answer Madrid’s Demand to Clarify Independence Bid

Catalan Leader Doesn’t Answer Madrid’s Demand to Clarify Independence Bid

Catalonia’s leader failed to say whether he declared the region independent from Spain last week, maintaining the separatists’ defiance of Madrid and raising the possibility of a reprisal by the central government.

Published 8 months ago

Iraqi Forces Clash With Kurdish Fighters Near Kirkuk

Iraqi Forces Clash With Kurdish Fighters Near Kirkuk

Iraqi forces clashed with fighters from the Kurdish semiautonomous region near the oil-rich province of Kirkuk early Monday, raising the stakes in a standoff over Kurdish independence, Iraqi and Kurdish officials said.

Published 8 months ago

Colin Kaepernick Files Grievance Alleging Collusion by NFL Owners

Colin Kaepernick Files Grievance Alleging Collusion by NFL Owners

Free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick filed a grievance against the National Football League, alleging that the league’s owners have colluded to keep him unsigned.

Published 8 months ago

Freed Family Tries to Rebuild Life as Dark Details Emerge About Ordeal

Freed Family Tries to Rebuild Life as Dark Details Emerge About Ordeal

The couple rescued by Pakistani military forces is moving to rebuild their life in a small Canadian town after five years in captivity in which they say an infant daughter was killed and her mother raped.

Published 8 months ago

U.S. Officials Back Trump’s Stance on Iran Nuclear Accord

U.S. Officials Back Trump’s Stance on Iran Nuclear Accord

U.S. officials defended President Donald Trump’s refusal to certify the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement, saying the country threatens global stability even while technically complying with the accord itself.

Published 8 months ago

Wildfire Victims Had Only Seconds to Make Fateful Choices

Wildfire Victims Had Only Seconds to Make Fateful Choices

The fires that began a week ago in Northern California were the state’s deadliest and spread with unusual fury. Thousands of people were forced to try to save not only themselves and their loved ones, but also property and businesses, in often split-second decisions.

Published 8 months ago

Central Bankers Say Weak Inflation Could Prolong Monetary Stimulus

Central Bankers Say Weak Inflation Could Prolong Monetary Stimulus

Leaders of the world’s largest central banks indicated that weak inflation in advanced economies could prolong the postcrisis era of easy money policies.

Published 8 months ago

Health Care Back on Congress’s Front Burner

Health Care Back on Congress’s Front Burner

The Senate this week will grapple with President Trump’s decision to stop making subsidy payments to health insurers, with lawmakers seeking a deal that would keep the money flowing while Republicans try to fold in conservative-oriented priorities.

Published 8 months ago

Nafta Demise Emerges as a New Risk for Investors

Nafta Demise Emerges as a New Risk for Investors

Donald Trump’s presidency has so far been largely good for big business and investors, but the risk of a serious jolt now looms: the potential end of the North American Free Trade Agreement, which has governed continental commerce for a quarter-century.

Published 8 months ago

Death Toll Is More Than 200 in Weekend Bombings in Somalia

Death Toll Is More Than 200 in Weekend Bombings in Somalia

The death toll from twin bombings in Somalia’s capital Mogadishu climbed above 200 over the weekend, making it one of the deadliest attacks in the country since an Islamist insurgency started a decade ago.

Published 8 months ago

Firefighters Make Progress Against Deadly California Blazes

Firefighters Make Progress Against Deadly California Blazes

A week into the battle against the deadly fires scorching Northern California, officials cited some progress early Sunday as they continue trying to hem in the blazes.

Published 8 months ago