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 2019-11-12 11:54 

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Death of CEO Comes at a Time of Expansion, Big Bets for Kaiser Permanente...

The unexpected death of Kaiser Permanente's CEO Bernard Tyson leaves the hospital and health-insurance giant in flux at a time of ambitious growth....

 2019-11-12 11:41 

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U.S. Drones Appear to Show Turkish-Backed Forces Accosting Civilians in Syria...

U.S. military officials watched live drone feeds last month that appeared to show Turkish-backed Arab gunmen targeting civilians during their assault on Kurdish fighters in Syria, attacks the Americans reported to their commanders as possible war crimes, ...

 2019-11-12 09:41 

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Hong Kong Protests Take Over Universities, Business District...

Antigovernment protesters wreaked havoc for a second straight day, with train service disrupted, schools closed and roads blocked a day after one of the bloodiest episodes of unrest in more than five months of demonstrations....

 2019-11-12 07:28 

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Gaza Militants Fire Rockets Into Israel After Islamic Jihad Leader Killed...

Militants in Gaza fired rockets into Israel after Israel's military killed a senior leader of the second-largest militant group in the Palestinian territory....

 2019-11-12 03:00 

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5G Race Could Leave Personal Privacy in the Dust...

New networks will collect more data on the physical world. Experts warn public policy hasn't caught up....

 2019-11-12 00:08 

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Europe Wants Your Annuity...

Trump officials may fall for the EU's insurance regulation this week....

 2019-11-12 00:08 

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A Democratic Breakout in Bolivia...

Evo Morales resigns but he'll use the Cuba-Chvez playbook to return....

 2019-11-11 23:47 

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Lindsey Graham to Trump's Rescue...

The senator says impeachment is 'dead on arrival' unless the whistleblower testifies....

 2019-11-11 23:46 

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'The Suspect' Review: Collateral Damage...

Richard Jewell was the first to spot the deadly bomb at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics—and was rewarded with accusations of being the bomber....

 2019-11-11 23:00 

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Laura Cooper Told Impeachment Inquiry About Concerns Over Ukraine Aid...

The Pentagon official recounted to impeachment investigators the concerns and confusion within the Defense Department over President Trump's decision to hold up aid to Ukraine this summer....

 2019-11-11 22:54 

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Lawyers for Ex-National-Security Official Move to Keep Mulvaney Off Suit...

Lawyers for a former national security official asked a federal judge to reject acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney's request to join his lawsuit, taking a legal stance that highlights the divide between some of President Trump's curre...

 2019-11-11 22:11 

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Chile's Government Pledges New Constitution in Bid to Quell Protests...

President Sebastin Piera's government said it would move forward with a plan to rewrite Chile's market-friendly, dictatorship-era constitution and replace it with one providing a new social pact, in a bid to quell protests that have raged for almo...

 2019-11-11 20:28 

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West Coast Imports Plunge as Tariffs Hit Consumer Goods...

Seaborne imports into the largest U.S. gateway for trans-Pacific goods plummeted last month in the latest sign of volatility in supply chains from the U.S.-China trade war....

 2019-11-11 20:23 

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Nikki Haley's Book and Media Blitz Have Trump Allies Wondering About Her Political Plans...

Nikki Haley's new book and media blitz offering a largely positive view of President Trump have Republicans inside and outside the White House wondering what her future political plans are....

 2019-11-11 19:29 

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Jones Act Protects Shipping for Future War...

We would surrender global trade to foreign control if America ended its Jones Act. Foreign subsidies suppress American shipbuilding and distort shipping costs....

 2019-11-11 19:28 

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The U.S. Should Accept a Nuclear North Korea...

The U.S. can continue banging its head against the denuclearization wall. Or it can assist South Korea's campaign to improve relations with its neighbor to the North....

 2019-11-11 19:27 

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The FEA Protests Too Much About the Cost of Charters...

There are 300,000 charter school students in Florida. If you are smart enough to do the math, that is $1.2 billion a year that the public school systems in Florida receive for doing nothing....

 2019-11-11 19:26 

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Brexit and Corbyn Bring Labour Back to Its Roots...

In terms of what Labour has stood for since its origins under Keir Hardie and others, Mr. Corbyn is hardly a "fringe figure."...

 2019-11-11 19:11 

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Hong Kong Protesters Direct Anger at Police as Violence Flares...

Public anger at Hong Kong's police force is increasingly driving a protest movement that began as peaceful opposition to Beijing's growing influence over the city....

 2019-11-11 17:41 

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Turkey Deports U.S. Man with Ties to Islamic State, Says More Will Follow...

Turkish authorities said they deported a U.S. national affiliated with Islamic State, and were prepared to send other foreign-born suspected militants back to their home countries....

 2019-11-11 17:18 

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Iran Enriching Uranium at Fordow Site, U.N. Agency Says...

Iran carried out its threat to enrich uranium at its underground Fordow nuclear site, the United Nations atomic agency confirmed on Monday, its most serious breach of the 2015 nuclear deal....

 2019-11-11 17:14 

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Pompeo's Impeachment Role Draws Outcry From Diplomats, Staffers...

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has been credited with improving State Department staffing and morale, but his treatment of U.S. Foreign Service officers caught in the impeachment inquiry has undercut those efforts, according to current and former career p...

 2019-11-11 17:13 

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Court Orders Dutch to Repatriate Children of Islamic State Militants...

A court in The Hague on Monday ordered the Dutch government to repatriate from two camps in Syria 56 children whose parents are considered terrorists for having gone to join Islamic State....

 2019-11-11 16:53 

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NYPD Officers Fire Weapons More Often in 2019, With More Injuries and Deaths...

New York Police Department officers have fired their guns far more frequently this year than in 2018, leading to a rise in deadly shootings, new data show....

 2019-11-11 16:28 

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Briton Who Helped Create Syria's White Helmets Found Dead...

A former British Army officer who helped create the Syrian civil-defence group the White Helmets was found dead in Istanbul on Monday, days after Russia accused him of having ties to terrorist groups....

 2019-11-11 16:10 

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Bolivians Celebrate and Protest After President Resigns...

A day after President Evo Morales resigned, Bolivians awakened Monday in a rudderless country, with no leader in charge and the security forces unable to put down sporadic acts of violence and looting....

 2019-11-11 14:31 

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Trump to Meet With Vaping Industry Representatives as Policy Nears on E-Cigarettes...

President Trump will meet with representatives of the vaping industry as his administration nears a decision expected to remove from the U.S. market the sweet and fruity e-cigarette flavors popular with young people....

 2019-11-11 14:03 

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On a Rocky Island, Russia Seeks Military and Psychological Edge...

Moscow threw up a modest helicopter base this past summer on a tiny island between Finland and Estonia, part of its efforts to use minimal resources to project power and unnerve the West by leaving its intentions unclear....

 2019-11-11 14:00 

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Migrants Find Different Fates at Texas, Arizona Borders...

Across most of the southern U.S. border, hundreds of immigrant families are being ushered out of the country every day. But in Arizona, many families are finding the policy is still "remain in the U.S."...

 2019-11-11 13:34 

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Stop What You're Doing. Watch Lamar Jackson Change Football....

Baltimore's Lamar Jackson is amid a dream season, and the Ravens look like a title threat....

 2019-11-11 12:49 

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Nigel Farage's Brexit Party Gives Boris Johnson an Election Boost...

Britain's euroskeptic Brexit Party said it won't contest hundreds of districts held by the ruling Conservative Party in next month's U.K. election, a boost to Prime Minister Boris Johnson's chances of returning to Downing Street....

 2019-11-11 12:45 

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Furniture Retailers Start to Feel Tariff Pain More Acutely...

The industry is one of many caught up in the Trump administration's tariff campaign against China, and now the financial risks are growing....

 2019-11-11 12:00 

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Florida's Sunshine and Tax Benefits Beckon Billionaires...

President Trump follows a rich tradition of wealthy people ditching New York, New Jersey and Connecticut for Florida's sunshine and tax benefits....

 2019-11-11 11:58 

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UBS Fined for Misleading and Overcharging Wealthy Clients for a Decade...

UBS overcharged and misled wealthy clients for a decade without detection, Hong Kong's securities regulator said, as it fined the bank and demanded millions of dollars in customer compensation....

 2019-11-11 09:44 

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Hong Kong Stocks Fall as Violence Builds...

Violence in Hong Kong triggered the largest drop in local stocks since August on Monday, while concerns around U.S.-China trade negotiations continue to weigh on equities across the globe....

 2019-11-11 08:20 

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Hong Kong's Gravity-Defying Property Market Can't Walk on Air Forever...

Hong Kong's commercial property market is already hurting from the months of unrest. The housing market will follow....

 2019-11-11 03:36 

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Hong Kong Police Shoot at Protesters; One Man Is in Emergency Surgery...

Police in Hong Kong fired gunshots at protesters, sending one man to the hospital where he is undergoing emergency surgery, as the city's start-of-week commute descended into turmoil....

 2019-11-11 00:00 

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Veterans Day Parade Draws Trump and His New York Rivals: Cuomo and de Blasio...

President Trump will be in Manhattan Monday to speak at the Veterans Day parade. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio are expected to march. How will the three interact?...

 2019-11-10 20:46 

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President's Eldest Son Relishing His Part in 2020 Campaign...

Donald Trump Jr. is playing a leading campaign role after serving as a key surrogate for his father in 2016 and a GOP draw during last year's congressional midterm elections....

 2019-11-10 20:28 

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Mayor Pete's Latest Trillions...

His 'economic' agenda is all spending and taxes and no growth....

 2019-11-10 19:58 

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'The Force' Review: Extraordinary Irregulars...

A U.S.-Canadian unit created during World War II and stocked with hunters, climbers, foresters and woodsmen proved the value of special forces....

 2019-11-10 18:53 

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Warren Is the WeWork Candidate...

What do 'Community Adjusted Ebitda' and Medicare for All have in common?...

 2019-11-10 18:48 

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The Quantum Computing Threat to American Security...

Google claims supremacy, but the risk remains that U.S. complacency lets China crack all its codes....

 2019-11-10 18:45 

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Mexico, U.S. Must Cooperate to End Violence...

Strengthening our rule of law, bringing criminals to justice, eliminating impunity while ensuring the protection of human rights is an absolute priority of this government....

 2019-11-10 18:43 

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GOP Divided on Defense of Trump Over Ukraine...

Top Republicans offered sharply divergent views of President Trump's interactions with Ukraine, showcasing the party's challenges to mount a unified defense of the president in advance of public impeachment hearings set to begin this week....

 2019-11-10 17:59 

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Supreme Court to Consider the Futures of Thousands of DACA 'Dreamers'...

The fate of more than 660,000 'dreamers' comes before the Supreme Court on Tuesday as the Trump administration seeks authority to cancel a temporary reprieve from deportation granted by President Obama to undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S...

 2019-11-10 17:00 

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The Iron Curtain Is Gone, but Europe's East and West Are Again Divided...

Mainstream parties in the West are largely hewing to liberal values, the rule of law and fundamental human rights while nativist parties that favor a more authoritarian rule and reject immigration, ethnic and religious diversity, gay rights and feminism a...

 2019-11-10 16:41 

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U.S.-Mexico Border Arrests Fall in October...

The Border Patrol arrested about 36,300 people crossing the U.S.-Mexico border illegally in October, a 10% drop from September....

 2019-11-10 15:03 

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Aramco's Profit Slide Shows Scale of Risk for Investors...

Saudi Aramco revealed a steep drop in profit related to attacks on its facilities in September that briefly halved its oil output, highlighting the risks to investors ahead of what could be the world's largest IPO....

 2019-11-10 15:00 

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Diageo's India Bet: Woo Local Governments, Win the Market...

The Johnnie Walker maker is trying to protect sales in the world's largest whiskey market lobbying officials to slash taxes and preempt prohibition....

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