Archive for May 18th, 2017

McDonald's made some major changes to its ice cream last year and no one noticed.

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Chinese fighter jets reportedly fly upside down, right above a US Air Force planeChinese fighter jets have reportedly flown in an “unprofessional” manner near a US Air Force…

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Fox Sports' Kristine Leahy says networks should stop putting LaVar Ball on air 'just to get controversial statements'Fox Sports 1’s Kristine Leahy of Colin Cowherd’s “The Herd,” said on Thursday that networks…

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Exclusive: CEO Elon Musk defends workplace, saying ‘[we are not] just greedy capitalists who skimp on safety’ – and declares his $50bn company overvalued

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The FBI's new special counsel could spell danger for the White HouseDeputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed a special counsel on Wednesday to oversee the…

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After trial data for a new medicine proved inconclusive, Sarepta Therapeutics joined with the parents of sick boys to persuade officials it helped.

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Legal experts debunk 'uninformed' theory that Comey could be subject to legal jeopardy for withholding memoTwo theories took hold among conservatives in the immediate aftermath of the bombshell New York…

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Politics of the exact wrong kind have roared back to the forefront this week, as President Trump garners attention for reasons that most Americans don’t seem to care much about. It is, of course, difficult to assess what matters to the public, but what little data is available suggests James Comey’s circus isn’t one such. In a NBC/Wall Street Journal poll conducted last Friday, 32% of voters have no opinion on the issue one way or the other. The rest break down predictably along partisan lines. Social media research company SocialFlow reported that postings on Facebook…

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For the past several years, about 40 percent of honeybee hives in the United States did not make it through the winter, one of the highest rates of mortality ever recorded. During that same time, however, the total number of hives in the United States increased.
How can honeybees be dying at a greater rate while the overall population is increasing? The answer lies in the power of the free market, personal knowledge and incentives. The story is emblematic of a path away from 1970s environmentalism and toward a stewardship ethic that celebrates individual incentive. It’s also a story of…

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The British pound dropped sharply against the U.S. dollar Thursday, as the greenback moved against other major currencies.

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President Donald Trump’s administration took its first formal step toward renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement, setting the stage for talks that could influence more than $1.2 trillion in annual trade and shake up corporate supply chains.

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The Trump administration just handed Wall Street some great newsTreasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin just said the words that will lead to a sigh of relief on Wall…

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Trump again blows up a careful White House statement with a tweetTrump’s tweets on the Russia investigation took a decidedly different tone from a statement the White House released in his name.

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In the eyes of federal bank regulations, a Midtown Manhattan neighborhood just south of Trump Tower is a neighborhood where median incomes are relatively low and bank branches are numerous.

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