Archive for May 3rd, 2017

<p>The water crisis in Flint, Michigan, is entering its fourth year, and residents are still a long way away from having potable tap water.</p>

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American Airlines Group Inc.’s newest Boeing Co. 737s will have less legroom in most of the economy cabin than current versions of the narrow-body plane, with at least three rows shrinking the space between seats to 29 inches (74 centimeters).

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People are furious that this craft brewer 'sold out' to Anheuser-Busch — here's why the founders say they're wrongIt’s a tale as old as time — or at least as old as craft beer.  Scrappy homebrewers start…

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Tesla Bulls Can Exhale as Musk on Time With Dawn of Model 3 EraTesla Inc. confirmed its highly anticipated Model 3 sedan is on track to begin production on time, assuring investors who have bid the stock up nearly 50 percent this year in anticipation of the car critical …

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An Amazon search for books about Lee Harvey Oswald unearths endless reading that would last several lifetimes for all but the very bookish. Its mere speculation, but seemingly never has someone so unimportant and - in a sense - unknown in life achieved such literary notoriety in death.
While most focus on a question that just wont die (did he or didnt he kill Kennedy, and if he did, was he the lone gunman?), far fewer address Oswalds time in the Soviet Union. Thats whats so interesting about Peter Savodniks 2013 book The Interloper: Lee Harvey Oswald Inside the Soviet…

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Talk last week about President Trumps tax reform plan had two themes: The plan is too vague, and it is too costly. In other words, we dont know what it is, but we know what it costs.
Despite Congress and President Trump needing to fill in many blanks, it is possible to analyze the economic effects of the elements that have been announced. And it is worthwhile to compare these effects to both current law and the more detailed House Republican tax plan.
The most economically distortionary tax in the US tax code is the corporate income tax because it disadvantages American firms competing…

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Florida-based creator Catherine Hettinger couldn’t afford the patent on the ubiquitous playground toy but insists she’s ‘pleased’ about its sudden popularity

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Loretta Lynch's tarmac meeting with Bill Clinton was the turning point in the email investigationFBI Director James Comey on Wednesday said former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s tarmac meeting…

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Hulu just launched its $40-a-month cable-TV competitor — here are all the detailsOn Wednesday, Hulu launched its live-TV service, a cable competitor that’s $39.99 a month. Hulu…

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<p>Electric-car maker Tesla Inc (TSLA) reported quarterly revenue that more than doubled and also trumped analysts' expectations, driven by record deliveries of its Model X sports utility vehicles and Model S sedans.</p>

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<p>Electric car maker Tesla reported quarterly revenue that more than doubled, driven by record deliveries of its Model X sports utility vehicles and Model S sedans.</p>

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Aetna will exit the Obamacare individual insurance market in Virginia and will not offer these plans on or off the online exchange created by the Affordable Care Act, the company said Wednesday.

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There's only one logical conclusion for Trump's 'tough talk' on North KoreaA longtime observer of the Korean conflict told Business Insider in a recent…

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Jeffrey Aronin hoped to eventually sell Marathon Pharmaceuticals for billions of dollars, but then the company said it would charge $89,000 a year for a muscular-dystrophy drug.

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You can’t blame a homeowner in Fresno, California, for viewing the thriving metropolis to its northwest with both envy and dismay.&nbsp;

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