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Americans Win Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for Discoveries on Circadian Rhythms

Americans Win Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for Discoveries on Circadian Rhythms

Three Americans won this year’s Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine for their discoveries of molecular mechanisms controlling biological rhythms.

Published 8 months ago

For Some in Mexico City, Home is a Park After Quake

For Some in Mexico City, Home is a Park After Quake

After a devastating earthquake damaged thousands of homes in Mexico’s capital, some people are living in informal camps set up in parks, church grounds and schools. Guadalupe Romero and her family are waiting for authorities to determine whether their apartment building was so badly damaged it has to be demolished.

Published 8 months ago

Why Apple Rival Samsung Also Wins If iPhone X Is a Hit

Why Apple Rival Samsung Also Wins If iPhone X Is a Hit

The two companies are fierce competitors in the smartphone market, but Samsung stands to make billions of dollars supplying screens and memory chips for Apple’s new iPhone.

Published 8 months ago

Las Vegas Shooting Leaves at Least Two Dead, Dozens Hurt

Las Vegas Shooting Leaves at Least Two Dead, Dozens Hurt

At least two people are dead and dozens wounded after a shooting late Sunday at a music festival on the Las Vegas Strip.

Published 8 months ago

Google Offers Hand to News Publishers

Google Offers Hand to News Publishers

Google is rolling out a package of policies and services to help news publishers increase subscriptions, a move likely to warm its icy relationship with some of the biggest critics of its power over the internet.

Published 8 months ago

The Man Who Started College Basketball’s Armageddon

The Man Who Started College Basketball’s Armageddon

Marty Blazer cooperated with federal authorities for almost three years, trying to save himself. He helped dole out hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes in dozens of recorded meetings as federal authorities built one of the biggest alleged corruption cases in college sports history.

Published 8 months ago

El Faro Captain’s Mistakes Led to Its Sinking, Coast Guard Says

El Faro Captain’s Mistakes Led to Its Sinking, Coast Guard Says

The sinking of the cargo ship El Faro in 2015, which killed all 33 crew members aboard, was primarily caused by errors from the ship’s captain, who underestimated the severity of a hurricane, according to the U.S. Coast Guard.

Published 8 months ago

Trump Administration Officials Defend GOP Tax Plan

Trump Administration Officials Defend GOP Tax Plan

Administration officials pushed back Sunday against criticism that the emerging Republican tax plan would provide its biggest benefits to the wealthy.

Published 8 months ago

In Puerto Rico, a Beachside Town Suffers in Solitude

In Puerto Rico, a Beachside Town Suffers in Solitude

The beachside Puerto Rico town of Humacao is grappling with Hurricane Maria’s aftermath mostly on its own, with rationed food, limited water and fuel and few relief workers in sight.

Published 8 months ago

NFL Protests Are More Muted

NFL Protests Are More Muted

Some National Football League players knelt during the national anthem, and many more stood, arms locked, as expressions of protest persisted, though they were less widespread than last week.

Published 8 months ago

Trump Slams ‘Ingrates’ and Media for Not Recognizing Puerto Rico Relief Progress

Trump Slams ‘Ingrates’ and Media for Not Recognizing Puerto Rico Relief Progress

President Donald Trump on Sunday dialed up his criticism of the media and what he called ungrateful politicians for not appreciating the federal government’s efforts to support hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico.

Published 8 months ago

Trump Tells Tillerson Talking to North Korea Is A Waste of Time

Trump Tells Tillerson Talking to North Korea Is A Waste of Time

President Donald Trump said it was a waste of time for Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to negotiate with Kim Jong Un, the leader of North Korea, and that the U.S. will “do what has to be done” with its adversary in Asia.

Published 8 months ago

U.S. Weighs Fate of Taliban Political Office, Prompting Internal Objection

U.S. Weighs Fate of Taliban Political Office, Prompting Internal Objection

The Trump administration is considering a plan that would aim to close the Taliban political office in Qatar, a move that triggered an unusual internal protest from State Department officials who said it would undermine U.S. interests in Afghanistan, according to current and former U.S. officials.

Published 8 months ago

At the Center of the Equifax Mess: Its Top Lawyer

At the Center of the Equifax Mess: Its Top Lawyer

The board of directors at Equifax is reviewing the actions of Chief Legal Officer John J. Kelley in connection with executives’ sales of stock after the company discovered its data security had been breached.

Published 8 months ago

The Link Between Economic Growth and Tax Cuts Is Tenuous

The Link Between Economic Growth and Tax Cuts Is Tenuous

The Trump administration and Republicans say their plan for tax overhaul will spur economic growth. But history suggests that outcome isn’t assured.

Published 8 months ago