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The Venezuelan regime is planning a rival concert this week to coincide with the Live Aid-style event staged by Richard Branson https://t.co/pny9fjco98
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Apple is looking to a life after iPhones, shaking up its leadership and reordering priorities to focus on services, AI and retail https://t.co/RB4NZ9MO1V
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A senior aide to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau resigns as the storm over allegations of judicial interference involving engineering firm SNC-Lavalin intensifies https://t.co/zaH5gGdQ8t
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Most people call 911 from their cellphones, but pinpointing the location of those callers is difficult and can delays first responders https://t.co/KyrTruOuux
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The Kurdish commander leading the fight against Islamic State in Syria urged the U.S. to reconsider its decision to withdraw all its forces and instead leave a small contingent in the country https://t.co/SGJZw8bCXx
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For the people who love orchid lovers, living with their obsession is a lesson in acceptance: "It's a hobby gone wild." https://t.co/BV92oOLfYG
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Japanese auto maker Honda plans to close a production plant in Swindon, a pro-Brexit district in southwest England, that employs 3,500 people https://t.co/LvQUos35ri
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How one Japanese bank focused on agriculture and fisheries is as important to U.S. retailers as it is to Japanese farmers https://t.co/DT4vqVbMmY
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Student-loan servicer Navient rejects a $3.2 billion takeover bid from a pair of investors https://t.co/vvxVeHURNM
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In a slowing employment market in baseball, the allure of becoming a free agent could be losing some of its shine https://t.co/bkiOiU861Y
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"The jury is still out" on whether hormone replacement therapy will help prevent the development of Alzheimer’s disease in menopausal women https://t.co/k3u7WFlFT7
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"I can’t understand why he would have said that." Cardinal Sean O'Malley and Pope Francis have become estranged over the Vatican's stance on sex abuse. https://t.co/qD8c5VH0Mq
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Two big Middle East investors in SoftBank’s Vision Fund are unhappy with the fund’s tech investments at high valuations and a process dominated by SoftBank chief Masayoshi Son https://t.co/V74Z3k6u7K
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Israel’s acting foreign minister said Polish people “suckled anti-Semitism with their mother’s milk” https://t.co/wjr90MO2z2
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Why celebrities like Timothée Chalamet and Michael B. Jordan have been wearing harnesses on the red carpet recently https://t.co/kq86gFfdjE
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As the nation’s accumulated debt rises, the bill to pay the interest on that debt rises, too—leaving less money for things like infrastructure, schools and social benefits, writes @GeraldFSeib https://t.co/mNFcX2oMt5
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Amazon plans to boost hiring in nearly 20 cities in the U.S. and Canada that it considers technology hubs https://t.co/LB2xrdo7Pu
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The publisher of the National Enquirer asked whether it should register as a foreign agent in connection with work it did for the Saudis https://t.co/CmlwC0Ycqs
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