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Coming Soon to Facebook: Lots of Extreme Political Ads

Coming Soon to Facebook: Lots of Extreme Political Ads

Campaign strategists are set to flood Facebook with polarizing ads heading into the midterms, saying its ad platform rewards extreme messaging more than other venues.

Published 3 months ago

New ‘Speed Bump’ Planned for U.S. Stock Market

New ‘Speed Bump’ Planned for U.S. Stock Market

Cboe Global Markets is seeking to introduce a brief delay on one of its markets, becoming the latest U.S. stock-exchange group to attempt to hit the brakes on high-frequency traders.

Published 3 months ago

Why Walmart Shoppers are Finding More Items ‘Out of Stock’

Why Walmart Shoppers are Finding More Items ‘Out of Stock’

Walmart has begun telling online shoppers that some products in its warehouses are “out of stock” after the retailer changed its e-commerce systems to avoid orders deemed too expensive to ship.

Published 3 months ago

Poll Shows NFL Fan Interest Remains Lower, Stark Divisions Over Anthem Protests

Poll Shows NFL Fan Interest Remains Lower, Stark Divisions Over Anthem Protests

The NFL season kicks off next week. A new WSJ/NBC News poll shows fan interest is still down from four years ago and divisions on player protests during the national anthem.

Published 3 months ago

Coming Soon to Facebook: Lots of Extreme Political Ads

Coming Soon to Facebook: Lots of Extreme Political Ads

Campaign strategists are gearing up to flood Facebook with inflammatory and polarizing ads heading into the midterm elections, saying its advertising platform rewards extreme messaging more than other venues.

Published 3 months ago

Why Walmart Shoppers are Finding More Items ‘Out of Stock’

Why Walmart Shoppers are Finding More Items ‘Out of Stock’

Walmart has begun telling online shoppers that some products in its warehouses are “out of stock” after the retailer changed its e-commerce systems to avoid orders deemed too expensive to ship.

Published 3 months ago

EU in favour of calling time on daylight saving

EU in favour of calling time on daylight saving

Survey shows public against moving clocks back and forward in October and March

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Momentum founder Jon Lansman: ‘I wish people would calm it down’

Momentum founder Jon Lansman: ‘I wish people would calm it down’

The activist on Brexit, Labour party power struggles and anti-Semitism on the left

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Military Believes Trump’s Afghan War Plan Is Working, but Spy Agencies Are Pessimistic

Military Believes Trump’s Afghan War Plan Is Working, but Spy Agencies Are Pessimistic

American military and intelligence officials are at odds over the direction of the war in Afghanistan, creating a new source of friction as the president and his national security team seek a way to end the 17-year-old conflict.

Published 3 months ago

Coming Soon to Facebook: Lots of Extreme Political Ads

Coming Soon to Facebook: Lots of Extreme Political Ads

Campaign strategists are gearing up to flood Facebook with inflammatory and polarizing ads heading into the midterm elections, saying its advertising platform rewards extreme messaging more than other venues.

Published 3 months ago

Your Kids Could Lower Your Tax Bill Like Never Before

Your Kids Could Lower Your Tax Bill Like Never Before

An expanded child credit will reduce taxes for many parents, but some families will end up getting squeezed.

Published 3 months ago

Atlanta’s Growing Pains Are Getting Worse

Atlanta’s Growing Pains Are Getting Worse

The gentrification debate in Atlanta has been focused to a large extent on the BeltLine, Atlanta’s trail project that follows rail corridors in a 22-mile loop around the city.

Published 3 months ago

Air Travelers, Get Ready to Pony Up for Higher Fees

Air Travelers, Get Ready to Pony Up for Higher Fees

Big carriers are raising fees on luggage, ticket changes and other services to cover rising fuel costs without pushing up base fares.

Published 3 months ago

The World Isn’t as Bad as Your Wired Brain Tells You

The World Isn’t as Bad as Your Wired Brain Tells You

Magnified and distorted by the internet’s algorithms, our primitive biases cause us to fear every possible threat is just outside our door.

Published 3 months ago