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Russia Protests U.S. Decision to Search Its Washington Trade Mission

Russia Protests U.S. Decision to Search Its Washington Trade Mission

Russia’s Foreign Ministry said it handed a letter of protest to a U.S. diplomat over Washington’s decision to search Russia’s trade mission in Washington.

Published 10 months ago

Nissan Hopes Drivers Will Turn to Their New Leaf

Nissan Hopes Drivers Will Turn to Their New Leaf

The car company will release a new version if its all-electric model this week, looking to persuade average customers to adopt next-generation vehicles.

Published 10 months ago

Huawei Armed With New AI-Enhanced Chipset for Battle With iPhone

Huawei Armed With New AI-Enhanced Chipset for Battle With iPhone

The Chinese telecom giant’s Kirin 970 chip—with built-in artificial-intelligence capabilities—will power its next-generation smartphones in bid to match rivals Apple and Samsung.

Published 10 months ago

<span class='then'>Then</span> and <span class='now'>Now:</span><br>The Big Shift at Work

<span class='then'>Then</span> and <span class='now'>Now:</span><br>The Big Shift at Work

Work has gotten harder and companies have grown less generous over the years, as safety nets like pensions have vanished for many. Here's what the fraying bond between employers and employees means for our lives at work.

Published 1 year ago

China’s Little Lenders Can’t Grow Like They Used To

China’s Little Lenders Can’t Grow Like They Used To

The future is dimming for smaller Chinese banks, as moves by Beijing to rein in financial risks force these lenders to cool off from a wave of financial experimentation that had given them new ways to expand.

Published 10 months ago

Myanmar Military Says Death Toll in Clashes Rises to Almost 400

Myanmar Military Says Death Toll in Clashes Rises to Almost 400

About 60,000 people have fled into neighboring Bangladesh to escape violence in the western part of the country, while advocates for the Rohingya ethnic minority say many civilians have been killed.

Published 10 months ago

The Smartphone Generation vs. Free Speech

The Smartphone Generation vs. Free Speech

Controversial speakers are being shut down on campus because today’s college students are obsessed with psychological safety and have little experience with negotiating conflicts.

Published 10 months ago

Trump Infrastructure Plan Seeks to Shift Decisions—and Bills—to States, Cities

Trump Infrastructure Plan Seeks to Shift Decisions—and Bills—to States, Cities

Top advisers crafting President Donald Trump’s infrastructure plan say they aim to upend the way U.S. public works are financed, shifting the bulk of the decision-making and costs away from Washington.

Published 10 months ago

Alexa and Siri Escalate Battle of Virtual Assistants

Alexa and Siri Escalate Battle of Virtual Assistants

Apple and Amazon.com are bolstering the teams that run their Siri and Alexa virtual assistants, part of a string of recent moves by technology giants to step up competition in an area seen by many as the future of computing.

Published 10 months ago

Trump Drafted Letter on Why He Wanted Comey Out

Trump Drafted Letter on Why He Wanted Comey Out

The weekend before he fired FBI Director James Comey, President Donald Trump drafted a letter to him laying out the reasons why he didn’t want him to stay in the job, a senior Trump administration official said Friday.

Published 10 months ago

U.S. Readies Plan to Increase Patrols in South China Sea

U.S. Readies Plan to Increase Patrols in South China Sea

The Pentagon for the first time has set a schedule of naval patrols in the South China Sea in an attempt to create a more consistent posture to counter China’s maritime claims there, injecting a new complication into increasingly uneasy relations between the two powers.

Published 10 months ago

Tight Labor Market Eases Disparities

Tight Labor Market Eases Disparities

When the recession began, black and Hispanic unemployment rates soared. Now they're finally coming down.

Published 10 months ago

Flooded Again, a Houston Neighborhood Faces a Wrenching Choice

Flooded Again, a Houston Neighborhood Faces a Wrenching Choice

After three floods in three years, Meyerland, a thriving community of 2,300 homes, weighs deep ties against risks of rebuilding.

Published 10 months ago

Apple Shifts Leadership of Siri Amid Rising Competition

Apple Shifts Leadership of Siri Amid Rising Competition

Apple has shifted oversight of its Siri voice-assistant team to Craig Federighi, putting the product in the hands of the technology giant’s top software engineer as it contends with rising competition from rivals such as Alphabet and Amazon.com.

Published 10 months ago

The Romance of the American Road Trip

The Romance of the American Road Trip

No other travel experience, especially today, can beat the sense of freedom it brings.

Published 10 months ago