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France hails progress on plans to strengthen eurozone

France hails progress on plans to strengthen eurozone

Macron and Merkel seek to overcome stalemate in negotiations to reach deal by June

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Natural Gas Under Assault Again After Brief Reign at the Top

Natural Gas Under Assault Again After Brief Reign at the Top

State mandates and renewable advocates argue new gas plants aren’t needed or should be replaced by renewable-energy plants.

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The Battery Boost We’ve Been Waiting for Is Only a Few Years Out

The Battery Boost We’ve Been Waiting for Is Only a Few Years Out

Lithium-ion batteries get a little bit better every year, but capacity is about to get a much-needed major lift, thanks to nanotechnology and a shift in materials.

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All eyes on Fed ahead of Powell’s first meeting as chairman

All eyes on Fed ahead of Powell’s first meeting as chairman

Analysts expect bullish statement amid hints of four rate rises in 2018

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Democrats Regain Double-Digit Advantage Over GOP in Voter Sentiment Poll

Democrats Regain Double-Digit Advantage Over GOP in Voter Sentiment Poll

Democrats have regained a double-digit advantage over Republicans as the 2018 midterm congressional campaign intensifies and the GOP works to persuade voters of the benefits of the tax cut it passed three months ago, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll has found.

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Mueller’s Tax Case Against Manafort Rests on Hard-to-Get Evidence

Mueller’s Tax Case Against Manafort Rests on Hard-to-Get Evidence

Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, faces an uphill battle in fighting the tax charges levied against him, former tax prosecutors say, given the extent of the evidence prosecutors have detailed against him and other recent developments in the case.

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All President Xi’s Men: China’s New Government Braces for Trump

All President Xi’s Men: China’s New Government Braces for Trump

China’s President Xi Jinping, cleared to stay in power indefinitely and with top lieutenants in place, faces a looming trade war and rocky relations with the U.S.

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Why More States Are Tussling With Their Teachers

Why More States Are Tussling With Their Teachers

Teachers from Kentucky, West Virginia, Oklahoma and Arizona have staged strikes and demonstrations, and they have threatened walkouts over new proposals to install limits on pensions, wage increases and benefits.

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In a Saudi War Room, Generals Grapple With Ways to Protect Civilians in Yemen

In a Saudi War Room, Generals Grapple With Ways to Protect Civilians in Yemen

Saudi Arabia’s three-year-old war in Yemen, with concerns about civilian deaths there, is a growing irritant in its deepening relationship with the U.S., as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman visits the U.S. and the two countries move to challenge Iran’s expanding influence in the region.

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Russian election officials report high voter turnout

Russian election officials report high voter turnout

Number of people voting in presidential poll sharply higher than 6 years ago

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Millennials: you will not be quite so special in the ‘futr’

Millennials: you will not be quite so special in the ‘futr’

Everyone else has caught their digital habits — including much older consumers

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