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Opinion: Trump is a bully, but he’s right about bad forest management
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Long Island City residents and workers greet the news that decided to locate a headquarters in the Queens neighborhood, though some express reservations about the move’s impact
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Four members of a family were arrested and charged in the killings of eight members of another family, capping a case that became the most complex and labor-intensive in Ohio's history
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“I know what it feels like to feel overlooked”: Director Steve McQueen on how he identifies with the women at the center of his new movie “Widows”
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Regulators are interested in what information Boeing distributed to airlines regarding potential hazards with a new automated flight-control system on the latest 737
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John Abizaid would take up the posting in Saudi Arabia at a time when U.S. ties with the kingdom are strained by the killing of Jamal Khashoggi
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Blue Apron, which hasn't turned a profit since going public last year, is shedding around 4% of its workforce, or around 100 jobs
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Legal experts say CNN's lawsuit makes plausible First Amendment claims that will be weighed against the White House's explanation for locking out reporter Jim Acosta
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Opinion: Navarro likes to claim he’s running U.S. trade policy, and now he’s acting as if even Trump works for him. That’s the only way to read the trade adviser’s extraordinary public threat against private American citizens
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Amazon kept cities in the dark. It demanded silence. It made spot visits with little notice. This is how the hunt for its second HQ went down.
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The U.S. is looking for development partners in the private sector to compete with Beijing—but for many countries in Asia, "China is their best bet"
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Smart cameras, e-commerce and sports betting: See Michael J. Wolf's predictions for the future of tech in 2019
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Opinion: Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer was one of the few clear losers in last week’s midterms, writes
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Amazon spent over a year searching for its HQ2 utopia, but couldn’t find one city to fit all of its needs. Do New York and Northern Virginia check all of the boxes on the online retailer's wish list?
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Michael J. Wolf, co-founder of the consulting firm Activate, projects that more than half of U.S. households will have smart cameras by 2022
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Selling to consumers “is quite a rough area, so we’re getting away from all that,” says Toshiba's CEO. “It’s not our zone.”
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Opinion: The Democrat who won the 2008 recount for Al Franken is in Florida
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How fast does your squishy toy pop back into shape after you've squashed it? No, really. We're timing it.
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Amazon has more than 10,000 employees working on its Alexa virtual assistant and the Echo devices it powers, double the staff in that division a little more than a year ago
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Is data privacy regulation inevitable? Tech executives and government leaders share their views at
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