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EpiPen Shortage Hits Back-to-School Season

EpiPen Shortage Hits Back-to-School Season

Parents are scrambling to find pharmacies carrying EpiPens for the new school year, as regulators and manufacturers move to address a continuing shortage of the lifesaving devices.

Published 3 months ago

The Scan That Saved My Life

The Scan That Saved My Life

After decades of exercise and healthy eating, a reporter’s blocked artery came as a shock; the debate over testing to prevent debilitating strokes

Published 3 months ago

Inside the Factory of China’s Future

Inside the Factory of China’s Future

Chinese machinery maker Sany is embracing technology to build a reputation for innovation and quality rather than for lower prices for copycat products, a move that comes amid Beijing’s effort to upgrade its corporate champions.

Published 3 months ago

The Liberty of Nations

The Liberty of Nations

Nationalism is widely denounced today, but its critics overlook its long history as the foundation of limited government and individual liberty and its role in allowing human diversity to flourish, Yoram Hazony writes.

Published 3 months ago

Why No One Can Catch Netflix

Why No One Can Catch Netflix

Streaming service is so far ahead of the competition and knows how to please its customers so well that it will be very hard to dislodge.

Published 3 months ago

Lone Star and Delancey in stand-off over Quintain

Lone Star and Delancey in stand-off over Quintain

Price is sticking point in talks over owner of Wembley redevelopment site

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EpiPen Shortage Hits Back-to-School Season

EpiPen Shortage Hits Back-to-School Season

Parents are scrambling to find pharmacies carrying EpiPens for the new school year, as regulators and manufacturers move to address a continuing shortage of the lifesaving devices.

Published 3 months ago

Pope Laments Sex Abuse in Ireland

Pope Laments Sex Abuse in Ireland

Pope Francis voiced “pain and shame” over the abuse of children by Catholic priests, addressing the church’s global abuse scandal in his first speech in Ireland, one of the countries hit hardest by it.

Published 3 months ago

How to Make Sense of President Trump’s Call for Zero Tariffs

How to Make Sense of President Trump’s Call for Zero Tariffs

President Trump has praised tariffs, and he has also declared, “No tariffs, no barriers. That’s the way it should be.” Bob Davis looks at whether that no-tariff objective is serious.

Published 3 months ago

Inside the Factory of China’s Future

Inside the Factory of China’s Future

Chinese machinery maker Sany is embracing technology to build a reputation for innovation and quality rather than for lower prices for copycat products, a move that comes amid Beijing’s effort to upgrade its corporate champions.

Published 3 months ago

Allen Weisselberg, Longtime Trump Organization CFO, Testified and Was Granted Immunity in Cohen Probe

Allen Weisselberg, Longtime Trump Organization CFO, Testified and Was Granted Immunity in Cohen Probe

Allen Weisselberg, President Trump’s longtime financial gatekeeper, was granted immunity by federal authorities and testified before a grand jury, the third confidant of Mr. Trump known to have provided information in an illegal hush-money investigation that has implicated the president.

Published 3 months ago

App Tax a Hard One to Beat

App Tax a Hard One to Beat

Apple and Google’s app store commissions form a lucrative revenue stream that most app developers can’t sidestep in the way Netflix is attempting. That could spur regulators to take a closer look.

Published 3 months ago

The $4.7 Billion Nuclear Bill That No One Wants to Pay

The $4.7 Billion Nuclear Bill That No One Wants to Pay

The owner of two partially built nuclear reactors in South Carolina walked away from the $9 billion project last summer because of high construction costs and delays. Now no one wants to pay for it.

Published 3 months ago