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A 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck Mexico City on Tuesday, killing at least 200 people. More than three dozen buildings crumbled to the ground in Mexico City,... [Read More]
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Early Wednesday morning, Spain's Civil Guard police forces searched 22 properties, including offices of Catalonia's regional administration in Barcelona, and arrested an official in charge... [Read More]
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Special counsel Robert Mueller's team interviewed Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein about the firing of James Comey as FBI director over the summer, the Wall... [Read More]
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Toshiba Corp. decided Wednesday to sell its chip business to a group that includes Apple Inc. and Dell Technologies Inc., a person familiar with the... [Read More]
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Seeking new ways to treat diseases including cancer and diabetes, scientists around the world are gathering gene samples for study. China is betting it can... [Read More]
Knowing how different you'll be later on can help you make smarter spending decisions now. [Read More]
Paying for services like housecleaning and grocery delivery can help boost people's mood. [Read More]
LONDON--U.K. retail sales rose by more than expected in August as consumers splashed out in department stores and on home improvements, but sales look set... [Read More]
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Equifax's relationship with the U.S. Social Security Administration has raised additional concerns since a major data breach of the company's networks was revealed last week.... [Read More]
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With no shortage of iPhone options to choose from this fall, the Wall Street Journal's Geoffrey Fowler talks why the iPhone 8 is the best... [Read More]
Special Counsel Robert Mueller III's office has interviewed Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein as part of its probe of Russian meddling in the 2016 election... [Read More]
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AP Photo/Patrick Semansky Robert Mueller's investigative team has interviewed Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein as part of its ongoing investigation into possible collusion between the... [Read More]
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In photos selected Tuesday by Wall Street Journal editors, Hindu devotees offer prayers to their ancestors, debris caused by a powerful earthquake in Mexico, and... [Read More]
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Dudley Althaus, reporter for the Wall Street Journal, talks with Rachel Maddow about the damage suffered by Mexico following a massive earthquake, and the alarmingly... [Read More]
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After revelations that President Donald Trump is using funds from his campaign and the Republican National Committee to pay for his legal defense, news broke... [Read More]
After revelations that President Donald Trump is using funds from his campaign and the Republican National Committee to pay for his legal defense, news broke... [Read More]
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Costa Mesa Congressman Dana Rohrabacher continues to make headlines far beyond the boundaries of his district, getting coverage this month in the San Francisco Chronicle... [Read More]
Russia's large-scale war games have been lighting up the internet, after video footage emerged that appeared to show a helicopter inadvertently launching rockets toward vehicles parked... [Read More]
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All Things Considered checks in on the 7.1 magnitude earthquake that hit Mexico on Tuesday. NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Dudley Althaus of the Wall... [Read More]
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Mexico is rocked by a strong 7.1-magnitude earthquake, the second temblor this month to strike the country. [Read More]
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