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Alibaba has postponed plans to list its shares on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange as protests continue to rock the Asian financial capital.

Many are abandoning Facebook, but some face a different problem: exile from the network. Even after appeals, these users remain stuck in light-blue purgatory.

As unemployment rates nationwide have sunk to record lows, filching workers — from kitchens and construction sites, warehouses and Walmarts, truck cabs and nursing homes — has become routine.

About 60 million Indians hop on an e-rickshaw every day, analysts estimate. In a country with limited shared transit options and a vast population of working poor people, the vehicles provide a vital service as well as a decent living for drivers.

The podcast announced that it had removed "several" episodes from its main feed because "their source material could no longer be found or properly cited."

The University of Michigan’s Consumer Sentiment Index declined this month to one of its lowest levels of Mr. Trump’s presidency, in large part because of a sharp confidence drop among Republicans and independents.

More immigrants have streamed into South Florida than to most American cities. For decades, employers have relied on them to wash dishes, put up drywall and care for grandmothers. Still, there are not enough to fill Miami’s relentless demand for workers.

Welcome to the front line of India’s electric vehicle revolution. It’s messy, improvised and driven by the people. The government and vehicle makers are now trying to gain some control over it.

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F.D.A. has stopped routine food safety inspections of seafood, fruits, vegetables and many other foods because of the federal government shutdown, said F.D.A. Commissioner Scott Gottlieb on Wednesday.

This is language more typically used by presidents to refer to hostile foreign governments or terrorist groups.

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Beware any text messages that tell you that voting hours or locations have changed, that new forms of voter ID are required, or that your voter registration is not valid.

Trump met for an hour with Harvey Levin, of TMZ, in a session that wasn't listed on the president’s public schedule.

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“A TV network blackmailing a private citizen into not making funny videos about it is not journalism, CNN”

A reliable job no longer delivers reliable pay. “Only households that earn $105,000 or more a year are secure”

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“All Ivanka Trump signs should be discarded,” TJ Maxx employees were told

The factory in Zhengzhou, which makes Apple iPhones, can employ up to 350,000 workers, many making $1.90 an hour.

For the first time, Barneys is carrying a musician’s touring merchandise.

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