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Bill and Melinda Gates: Let’s Keep Investing in the World’s Poor

Bill and Melinda Gates: Let’s Keep Investing in the World’s Poor

U.S. foreign aid has helped developing countries make huge progress against disease and poverty—and this is no time to reverse course

Published 9 months ago

One Early Lesson From Irma: Hurricane Building Codes Work

One Early Lesson From Irma: Hurricane Building Codes Work

Homeowners in Florida are finding that homes built to the stricter building codes seem to have fared better during Hurricane Irma.

Published 9 months ago

How Traders Are Making Money as Oil Prices Go Nowhere

How Traders Are Making Money as Oil Prices Go Nowhere

A placid oil market is emboldening traders to adopt strategies that reap modest gains on small price moves, while risking big losses in the event of larger ones.

Published 9 months ago

U.K. Police Arrest Man in Connection With London Bombing at Parsons Green

U.K. Police Arrest Man in Connection With London Bombing at Parsons Green

British police said Saturday they arrested an 18-year-old man in southern England in connection with the rush-hour bombing of a London subway train, calling the arrest “significant.”

Published 9 months ago

St. Louis Protests Follow After Officer Found Not Guilty of 2011 Killing of Black Man

St. Louis Protests Follow After Officer Found Not Guilty of 2011 Killing of Black Man

Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of St. Louis after a judge found a white former St. Louis police officer not guilty of first-degree murder in the 2011 shooting of a black man.

Published 9 months ago

Visitors at Nursing Home Recount Extreme Heat

Visitors at Nursing Home Recount Extreme Heat

Details are still emerging about what led to the deaths of eight people at a Florida nursing home. But accounts of law enforcement, hospital staff, nursing home officials and friends and families of patients—some of which differ at points—describe a tragic and at times frantic scene.

Published 9 months ago

Facebook Gave Special Counsel Robert Mueller More Details on Russian Ad Buys Than Congress

Facebook Gave Special Counsel Robert Mueller More Details on Russian Ad Buys Than Congress

Facebook has handed over to special counsel Robert Mueller detailed records about the Russian ad purchases on its platform that go beyond what it shared with Congress, according to people familiar with the matter.

Published 9 months ago

North Korea Is a ‘Global Problem,’ U.S. Says, Calls for More Help

North Korea Is a ‘Global Problem,’ U.S. Says, Calls for More Help

U.S. hasn’t run out of options for deterring North Korea from continuing to launch missiles, White House aides said, but Kim Jong Un shows few signs of bending

Published 9 months ago

Frustration With Republicans Drove Donald Trump to Deal With Democrats

Frustration With Republicans Drove Donald Trump to Deal With Democrats

Months of frustration with the lack of progress in the GOP Congress drove President Donald Trump to cut deals with top Democrats, say White House officials, raising the prospect of possible future collaborations on immigration, a tax overhaul and spending bills.

Published 9 months ago

GOP Congressman Sought Trump Deal on WikiLeaks, Russia

GOP Congressman Sought Trump Deal on WikiLeaks, Russia

A U.S. congressman tried to broker a deal with the White House that would end WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s U.S. legal troubles in exchange for what he described as evidence exonerating Russia over 2016 campaign email hacks.

Published 9 months ago

Two Top Equifax Executives to Retire

Two Top Equifax Executives to Retire

Equifax, grappling with the fallout from its massive data breach, announced the retirement of its chief information officer and chief security officer.

Published 9 months ago

Trump Administration Moves on Abortion Cheer Antiabortion Movement

Trump Administration Moves on Abortion Cheer Antiabortion Movement

The Trump administration has taken a series of steps to cut funds for abortion providers and promote conservative reproductive policies, moving toward what supporters and opponents say could be the most antiabortion presidential agenda in recent memory.

Published 9 months ago

Private Equity for Cheapskates Like You

Private Equity for Cheapskates Like You

You probably can’t get a Ferrari at the price of a Ford Fiesta, but some people can’t resist trying to find a bargain.

Published 9 months ago

Trump and Clinton Voters Diverge on Who’s Winning in Today’s Economy

Trump and Clinton Voters Diverge on Who’s Winning in Today’s Economy

People who voted for Hillary Clinton last year tend to believe the economy is working well for whites and for men, a Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll finds, while Donald Trump voters think women and people in metropolitan areas are among the biggest winners.

Published 9 months ago

Saudi Arabia Cites Plot to Overthrow Kingdom as It Arrests More People

Saudi Arabia Cites Plot to Overthrow Kingdom as It Arrests More People

Saudi Arabia presses ahead with a security crackdown despite opposition, with some officials now saying it is targeting suspects involved in a nascent plot to overthrow the kingdom’s government.

Published 9 months ago