Hacked Memo Reinforces Worst Perception of the Clintons
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Bill Clinton, Inc. Memo Reveals Tangled Business Ties
Aide Said He Was Running 'Bill Clinton Inc.' in New WikiLeaks Dump
The Ten Most Underreported Stories about Hillary Clinton
New York Times
Donations to Foundation Vexed Hillary Clinton's Aides, Emails Show
New York Times
John D. Podesta, Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, talking with Huma Abedin, a Clinton adviser, during a flight to Miami this month. Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times. In the years before Hillary Clinton announced she would run again for ...
Emails show close Clinton allies in dark, shocked over 'insane' server setup
Hillary allies on secret e-mail server: “Whole thing is f****** insane”
John Podesta says Hillary Clinton private ...
Elon Musk Says Tesla Doesn't Need to Raise Money, But It Could
It's a familiar dance for Tesla-watchers. It might be wise for Tesla Motors to raise more funds to help bankroll its upcoming car launch and factory expansions. But does Elon Musk's electric car company need to? No, said Musk, during the company's ...
Tesla Just Did Something It Hasn't Done in 3 Years
Elon Musk is the greatest car salesman who has ever lived
Tesla (TSLA) Stock Surges on Q3 Profit, JPMorgan: Misleading Results
Los Angeles Times
Twitter to slash 9% of its workforce as it tries to eke out a profit
Los Angeles Times
Twitter Inc. plans to lay off a few hundred employees, mostly in sales and marketing, as the social media service strives to produce an annual profit for the first time next year. Initiatives such as streaming live video of NFL games are helping boost ...
Twitter beats estimates, cuts jobs with eye on 2017 profitability
Twitter to cut 9% of workforce
Twitter plans to get up close and personal, surfacing content for your special interests
Islamic State militants are kidnapping thousands of people to use as human shields
TULUL AL-NASIR, Iraq — Islamic State militants have rounded up thousands of villagers at gunpoint to use as human shields as they retreat toward their stronghold of Mosul, according to Iraqi military officers and people who escaped, the latest brutal ...
ISIS Forcing Civilians to be Human Shields in Mosul: Reports
Mosul battle: IS 'loses 800-900' fighters - US general
ISIS Hotbed Looms as Risk in Mosul Fight
New York Times
The FCC just passed sweeping new rules to protect your online privacy
Federal regulators have approved unprecedented new rules to ensure broadband providers do not abuse their customers' app usage and browsing history, mobile location data and other sensitive personal information generated while using the Internet.
FCC adopt new broadband customer privacy rules
Driving the day: FCC vote on broadband privacy rules
The Federal Government's Appropriate Role in Internet Privacy Regulation
Dozens Dead In What UNICEF Calls One Of The Worst School Bombings In Syria's War
Warplanes repeatedly bombed a complex of three schools in northern Syria on Wednesday in what UNICEF is calling one of the deadliest attacks on schools since the conflict began more than five years ago. "This is a tragedy. It is an outrage. And if ...
UN says school attack potential war crime
22 children killed in air raid on Syria school: UNICEF
France says Syria or Russia to blame for bombing of school
Apple's new MacBook Pro is expertly timed
If you want to watch a master at work, observe Apple's timing of product launches. It's one of the underrated aspects of the American giant's prodigious and prolonged success, but it's been instrumental. Today's long-awaited MacBook Pro redesign is ...
Here's everything we know about Apple's next MacBook Pro
Apple's big October event is about to start – here's how to watch live
The surprising reason why a new MacBook Pro won't have (much) more battery life
US Fourth-Graders Have Closed the Gender Gap in Science, Test Finds
New test results show U.S. fourth and eighth-graders have made improvements in their study of science, narrowing persistent achievement gaps based on gender and race. The National Assessment of Educational Progress report, released Thursday, ...
Young Girls Are Closing The Gender Gap In Science Achievement
Students Struggling With Science Nationally; Some Progress Made in Closing Race, Gender Gaps
U.S. Students Improve in Science--but Just Barely
Qualcomm to buy NXP for $38 billion in biggest chip deal
A man works on a tent for NXP Semiconductors in preparation for the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) at Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada January 4, 2015. REUTERS/Steve Marcus/File Photo. 2/2. left. right.
Here's Why the Qualcomm-NXP Deal Makes Sense
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Qualcomm's NXP Ride Worth a Big Toll