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Trump Threatens to Close Southern Border as Tensions Escalate

Trump Threatens to Close Southern Border as Tensions Escalate

President Trump called for Mexico to send migrants seeking to enter the U.S. back to their home countries, threatening again to shut down the southwestern U.S. border.

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NASA’s InSight Spacecraft Lands Safely on Mars

NASA’s InSight Spacecraft Lands Safely on Mars

NASA’s InSight spacecraft landed safely on Mars following a 300-million-mile journey and now will probe the planet’s interior.

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Chinese Scientist Claims World’s First Genetically Modified Babies

Chinese Scientist Claims World’s First Genetically Modified Babies

A Chinese scientist claims to have produced the world’s first genetically modified babies, stirring alarm among doctors who warn such experiments using nascent DNA-editing technology pose too many health and ethical risks.

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Chinese Scientist Claims World’s First Genetically Modified Babies

Chinese Scientist Claims World’s First Genetically Modified Babies

A Chinese scientist claims to have produced the world’s first genetically modified babies, stirring alarm among doctors who warn such experiments using nascent DNA-editing technology pose too many health and ethical risks.

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Lettuce Producers Prepare Labeling Changes in Response to New E. coli Outbreak

Lettuce Producers Prepare Labeling Changes in Response to New E. coli Outbreak

Major U.S. lettuce producers are preparing to change how they label romaine lettuce as the latest E. coli outbreak shuts down the market for the leafy salad green.

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Lettuce Producers Prepare Labeling Changes in Response to New E. coli Outbreak

Lettuce Producers Prepare Labeling Changes in Response to New E. coli Outbreak

Major U.S. lettuce producers are preparing to change how they label romaine lettuce as the latest E. coli outbreak shuts down the market for the leafy salad green.

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How Can You Help Someone Who Is Depressed?

How Can You Help Someone Who Is Depressed?

A person who is depressed may need as much support as someone suffering from any other serious illness. One expert describes how offers of support can go awry—and how to really make a difference.

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Gulf between Renault and Nissan widens after Ghosn arrest

Gulf between Renault and Nissan widens after Ghosn arrest

Alliance under heavy strain as frustration deepens in France at lack of information

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Chinese scientist claims to have created genetically edited babies

Chinese scientist claims to have created genetically edited babies

Alleged use of Crispr technology to edit out HIV gene raises ethical concerns

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Amazon, With Little Fanfare, Emerges as an Advertising Giant

Amazon, With Little Fanfare, Emerges as an Advertising Giant

Its push is happening online, on devices such as FireTV and on delivery boxes, challenging the big ad sellers, including Facebook, Google and TV networks. Marketers are conflicted between wanting the company’s data and fearing it as a competitor.

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U.S. Pension Funds Turn to Riskier Real-Estate Bets

U.S. Pension Funds Turn to Riskier Real-Estate Bets

Funding shortfalls see large U.S. public pension funds turning to opportunistic investments, which often involve overhauling something that retirement systems hope to sell at a profit, sometimes taking on debt to finance construction.

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The U.S. Housing Boom Is Coming to an End, Starting in Dallas

The U.S. Housing Boom Is Coming to an End, Starting in Dallas

Dallas is housing’s “canary in the mine shaft.” Homes are taking longer to sell, bidding wars are rarer and price cuts are more common as buyers absorb the impact of higher mortgage rates.

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Campbell Soup reaches deal with Third Point to end proxy fight

Campbell Soup reaches deal with Third Point to end proxy fight

Agreement would give Dan Loeb’s activist hedge fund two seats on company’s board

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The U.S. Housing Boom Is Coming to an End, Starting in Dallas

The U.S. Housing Boom Is Coming to an End, Starting in Dallas

Dallas has been the “canary in the mine shaft” this housing cycle. Homes are taking longer to sell, bidding wars are rarer and price cuts are more common as buyers absorb the impact of higher rates.

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Trump Threatens to Close Southern Border as Tensions Escalate

Trump Threatens to Close Southern Border as Tensions Escalate

President Trump called for Mexico to send migrants seeking to enter the U.S. back to their home countries, threatening again to shut down the southwestern U.S. border.

Published 1 week ago