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This is the story of how Fairway was nearly destroyed by a private equity firm

Netflix's rivals aren’t its biggest threat. Its own giant debt pile and cash-burning are

Putin's constitutional proposals make it clear Russia will still have a near-dictatorial presidency after he gives it up

The Fed intervened in the repo market by doing what it does best: burying a problem with more money until it goes away

Saudi Arabia has shown it cannot be trusted with powerful cybertools, says @EliLake , but it's still an important ally

This is your U.S. energy playbook for the foreseeable future, folks

Boeing Co.’s latest 737 Max delay was necessary but will lead to even more widespread pain

Congress needs to get back into the war game

Merkel knows she’s about to face an awkward choice, so she's refusing to talk about it

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Of Wisconsin’s 72 counties, 23 switched from voting for Obama in 2012 to Trump in 2016

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Seattle's $15 minimum wage was supposed to crush hiring. Look at what happened instead

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US New York, California and Illinois have been hemorrhaging residents. Almost 3.2 million more people left those states for elsewhere in the U.S. than arrived from other states from 2010 through 2019. Where are all these people going?

Thanks to Trump's tax cut, companies in the S&P 500 are set to save a total of $2 trillion in taxes over 10 years. Meanwhile, evidence is mounting that the promised economic boost isn’t materializing for everyone else

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The pervasive danger facing American Indian and Alaska Native women has reached crisis levels: - More than half have been sexually assaulted - More than a third have been raped - Homicide is the third-leading cause of death for those aged 15-24

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📦 165 billion packages were shipped in the U.S. last year — using about 1 billion trees worth of cardboard 🌲

Other common causes of death have seen increases in the mortality rate, including: ➡️Influenza ➡️Suicide ➡️Accidents ➡️Alzheimer’s ➡️Diabetes

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It’s been 75 years since Hiroshima and Nagasaki were incinerated, and 50 years since the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty took effect. Yet the world is today in greater danger of nuclear war than at any time since the Cuban Missile Crisis

Americans got some fantastic health news last week: U.S. cancer deaths are plunging at the fastest rate ever

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