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A Fossilized Finger Bone Offers New Clues to Human History

A Fossilized Finger Bone Offers New Clues to Human History

A fossil finger found among stone tools in the Arabian sands offers new clues to how humankind emerged from Africa, announced an international team of archaeologists.

Published 6 months ago

Check Your iPhone Battery’s Health—and If You’ve Been Throttled

Check Your iPhone Battery’s Health—and If You’ve Been Throttled

Apple has rolled out a new tool to inform iPhone users about the health and longevity of their phones. The move comes months after the company came under fire for slowing older models without disclosing the practice to users.

Published 6 months ago

One Year of ‘College’ With No Degree, But No Debt And a Job at the End

One Year of ‘College’ With No Degree, But No Debt And a Job at the End

New schools tout themselves as alternatives to college in the digital age, but they lack the traditional benefits of a postsecondary education.

Published 6 months ago

Syrian Attack Sends Toxic Cloud Over Trump-Putin Ties

Syrian Attack Sends Toxic Cloud Over Trump-Putin Ties

President Trump’s desire to have a good relationship with Vladimir Putin even amid U.S.-Russia tensions is being put to the test after the chemical attack on civilians in Syria, Gerald F. Seib writes.

Published 6 months ago

Comfiest Seat in the House: Struggling Movie Theaters Go Upscale to Survive

Comfiest Seat in the House: Struggling Movie Theaters Go Upscale to Survive

Ticket sales were the worst last year since 1995, prompting a nationwide theater revamp that echoes the multiplex boom. Cinemas today are offering fancy dining, high-tech screens and giant recliners to lure consumers away from Netflix and the couch.

Published 6 months ago

U.S. Sanctions Take a Toll on Rusal Shares

U.S. Sanctions Take a Toll on Rusal Shares

Shares in United Co. Rusal, one of the world’s largest aluminum producers, lost half their value Monday, as the effect of U.S. sanctions on Russian companies and the tycoons that own them rippled across markets around the world.

Published 6 months ago

A Miami Real-Estate Developer Readies for Flying Cars

A Miami Real-Estate Developer Readies for Flying Cars

In anticipation of air taxis from Uber and others, the builder of a 60-story condo tower is laying the groundwork for a ‘skyport’ on the roof.

Published 6 months ago

Slammed by Trump, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos Chooses Silence

Slammed by Trump, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos Chooses Silence

Over the past week, Amazon Chief Executive Jeff Bezos has been cast into the limelight thanks to a string of attacks by President Trump. Mr. Bezos’s response? The silent treatment.

Published 6 months ago

As Zuckerberg Prepares to Testify, Questions Grow Over How to Protect Data

As Zuckerberg Prepares to Testify, Questions Grow Over How to Protect Data

CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony in Congress about Facebook’s recent data-privacy scandal will likely prompt a raft of questions over how the government might best regulate social-media platforms.

Published 6 months ago

Florida Gov. Rick Scott Expected to Enter Senate Race

Florida Gov. Rick Scott Expected to Enter Senate Race

Florida Gov. Rick Scott is expected to announce he will run for the Senate seat held by Democrat Bill Nelson, committing to a contest likely to become one of the most competitive and costly in the nation.

Published 6 months ago

NYSE Opens Doors to Stocks From Rival Exchanges, Ending Decades-Old Policy

NYSE Opens Doors to Stocks From Rival Exchanges, Ending Decades-Old Policy

The New York Stock Exchange on Monday ended a decades-old restriction that prevented stocks listed on rival exchanges from being bought and sold on its historic trading floor in lower Manhattan.

Published 6 months ago

U.S. Manufacturers Worry Tariffs Could Undermine Recovery

U.S. Manufacturers Worry Tariffs Could Undermine Recovery

Manufacturing companies are voicing concerns about the downside of U.S. tariffs meant to help the industry compete with low-cost labor from China.

Published 6 months ago

Uber joins bicycle-sharing peloton with Jump Bikes deal

Uber joins bicycle-sharing peloton with Jump Bikes deal

Purchase reflects recognition that cycles could present significant competitive threat

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Sharp Tongue and Pencil: Meet the Judge Presiding Over the Government’s Case Against AT&T

Sharp Tongue and Pencil: Meet the Judge Presiding Over the Government’s Case Against AT&T

U.S. District Judge Richard Leon has run an exacting trial as the Justice Department seeks to block AT&T’s planned $85 billion deal to buy Time Warner.

Published 6 months ago