Some on the right dissenting from Trump’s approach to Iran

Trump on deadly Ukraine plane crash: ‘I have my suspicions’ President Trump says the Ukraine passenger jet that went down shortly after takeoff in Iran was flying in a ‘pretty rough neighborhood’ and somebody may have ‘made a mistake.’ Iran is one of those thorny issues that has cracked the usually rock-solid support for President Trump among conservatives and Republicans. […]

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California freelance writers fighting state law forcing Vox Media to cut ties with 200 sports bloggers

California Gov. Newsom: PG&E’s reorganization falls short of safety requirements Not data has been held for ransom in New Orleans cyber attack, California governor Newsom’s rejection of PG&E’s bankruptcy plan and Willis Tower makes TripAdvisor’s list of the world’s top tourist attractions in 2019. FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo with more. Freelance writers in California are grappling with rejection letters — and […]

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Despite the win, Tom Brady’s frustration with the Patriots is on point

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) looks on during the fourth quarter against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. (Photo: Bill Streicher, USA TODAY Sports) Lamar Jackson brought the thunder once again. The Ravens' QB continues to add can't-miss plays to his highlight reel while also bolstering his MVP candidacy and the Baltimore Ravens' status in the AFC playoff picture with a […]

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Sydney couple launch ‘Google for fashion’ startup

A Sydney husband and wife have embarked on an ambitious project to create an online shopping portal that aims to do for online fashion retailing what Google did for the internet search. 31-year old Doron and 30-year old Cayley Ostrin, working alongside their chief technology officer and fellow founder Pierre Caserta, quietly launched TheUrge in Australia in April this year […]

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Is Thanksgiving getting more expensive? These researchers say so

From turkey to traveling, cranberry sauce to the festive cornucopia, Thanksgiving costs can add up. But by how much? For the third consecutive year, consumer finance researchers at LendEDU sought to answer that question by surveying 1,000 American adults on how much they expect to spend this Thanksgiving.  According to the data, American adults will spend an average of $186.05 […]

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Norway wealth fund resumes work on blacklisting worst greenhouse gas emitters

OSLO (Reuters) – Norway’s $1 trillion wealth fund, the world’s largest, will resume its work on blacklisting greenhouse gas emitters, a senior official told Reuters, which could lead the fund to divest investments in one or more oil, steel or cement multinationals. The fund is forbidden by parliament from investing in companies that produce nuclear weapons, landmines, or tobacco, among […]

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