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Brett Kavanaugh’s Record Shows Push to Restrain the Regulatory State

Brett Kavanaugh’s Record Shows Push to Restrain the Regulatory State

The Senate next week will begin grilling Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on his legal philosophy. A look at his writings reveals what senators will likely find: a consistent push to restrain the regulatory state.

Published 3 months ago

The Art of the Trade Deal: Chinese Paintings and Antiquities Caught in U.S.-China Fight

The Art of the Trade Deal: Chinese Paintings and Antiquities Caught in U.S.-China Fight

Chinese antiquities and art have become ensnared in the brewing trade dispute between the world’s two largest economies, rattling dealers, collectors and curators in the specialized art market.

Published 3 months ago

Why Milk Matters in U.S.-Canada Trade Feud

Why Milk Matters in U.S.-Canada Trade Feud

Sometimes it’s hard to say what is fair in trade and war. Few spats demonstrate that more amply than U.S. disagreements with Canada over the international dairy market.

Published 3 months ago

After Missouri Duck-Boat Accident, a Summer Staple in Many Tourist Spots Suffers

After Missouri Duck-Boat Accident, a Summer Staple in Many Tourist Spots Suffers

A deadly July accident in Missouri involving a duck-style tour boat sent a chill through the companies operating the vessels on streets, lakes and rivers in tourist destinations from Boston to Seattle.

Published 3 months ago

California Passes Bill to Rescue Utility Facing Fire Costs

California Passes Bill to Rescue Utility Facing Fire Costs

California lawmakers approved legislation to rescue the state’s largest utility by letting it bill ratepayers for some of the billions in liability it faces following 2017’s catastrophic wildfires.

Published 3 months ago

A Greek Island Paradise Tries to Be a Little Less Welcoming

A Greek Island Paradise Tries to Be a Little Less Welcoming

The Greek island of Santorini plans to cap cruise arrivals, because officials say the flow of day travelers is putting too much strain on infrastructure and spoiling the popular tourist destination.

Published 3 months ago

Why It’s So Hard to Be an ‘Ethical’ Investor

Why It’s So Hard to Be an ‘Ethical’ Investor

Some mutual funds are rebranding with buzzy phrases like “ethical” and “sustainable,” but that doesn’t necessarily mean they have changed the investments they hold.

Published 3 months ago

Russia Offers a Carrot to Embattled Syrian Rebels

Russia Offers a Carrot to Embattled Syrian Rebels

Moscow has been negotiating conditional surrenders with rebel groups in Syria as it tries to wind down a military campaign that has cost Russia billions and courts donors to help rebuild the country.

Published 3 months ago

After Missouri Duck-Boat Accident, a Summer Staple in Many Tourist Spots Suffers

After Missouri Duck-Boat Accident, a Summer Staple in Many Tourist Spots Suffers

A deadly July accident in Missouri involving a duck-style tour boat sent a chill through the companies operating the vessels on streets, lakes and rivers in tourist destinations from Boston to Seattle.

Published 3 months ago

Brett Kavanaugh’s Record Shows Push to Restrain the Regulatory State

Brett Kavanaugh’s Record Shows Push to Restrain the Regulatory State

The Senate next week will begin grilling Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on his legal philosophy. A look at his writings reveals what senators will likely find: a consistent push to restrain the regulatory state.

Published 3 months ago

A Greek Island Paradise Tries to Be a Little Less Welcoming

A Greek Island Paradise Tries to Be a Little Less Welcoming

The Greek island of Santorini plans to cap cruise arrivals, because officials say the flow of day travelers is putting too much strain on infrastructure and spoiling the popular tourist destination.

Published 3 months ago

Taking the helm: why asset management bosses are getting the top jobs

Taking the helm: why asset management bosses are getting the top jobs

Ideal qualities mean leaders leap from investment divisions to running the entire company

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UK honours blocked on basis of ‘poor tax behaviour’

UK honours blocked on basis of ‘poor tax behaviour’

Cabinet Offices says HMRC rates candidates to avoid controversy over awards

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Africa seeks China deals that will bring jobs and skills

Africa seeks China deals that will bring jobs and skills

Continent’s leaders want Beijing to commit to strategic relationship at summit

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The civil war in the Catholic Church

The civil war in the Catholic Church

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