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Avalanche Kills 1 Skier, Injures Another In New Mexico
By Andrew Hay, Reuters
The two men were skiing down a chute off Kachina Peak, a 12,481-foot (3,804-meter) mountain at the resort about 130 miles (210 km) north of Albuquerque.
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Gymboree Files For Bankruptcy For The Second Time In Almost 2 Years
The San Francisco-based company said it will also sell its high-end line, Janie and Jack, as well as its intellectual property and online platform.
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Donald Trump's Economic Advisers Double Their Shutdown Cost Projections: Reports
"It’s something that is going to be very painful this quarter," said Kevin Hassett, chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers.
'The Upside' Triumphs At The Box Office, Ending 'Aquaman's' Reign
By By Rebecca Rubin, Reuters
“Aquaman” dropped to the No. 2 spot, picking up a solid $17 million in its fourth weekend of release.
U.S. Supreme Court Rejects Exxon’s Bid To Block Climate Change Lawsuit
By Nate Raymond, Reuters
The court has cleared the way for the attorney general of Massachusetts to obtain internal documents from the oil giant about its knowledge of climate change.
Gabon Foils Attempted Military Coup, Arrests 4 Military Officers
By Geraud Wilfried Obangome, Reuters
The alleged plotters were taken into custody mere hours after they took over a state radio station.
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Rescuers Dig Through Rubble For Survivors After Indonesian Tsunami Kills 373
By NINIEK KARMINI, AP
More than 1,400 people were injured and at least 128 were missing due to the tragic disaster.
'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' Swings To The Top Of The Box Office
By Rebecca Rubin, Reuters/Variety
“Spider-Verse” has already racked up plaudits, including a Golden Globe nod for best animated feature, and boasts an impressive 97 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.
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200 Nations Agree On Global Climate Pact Rules After Weeks Of Talks
By Bate Felix, Nina Chestney and Agnieszka Barteczko, Reuters
After two weeks of talks in Poland, nations finally agreed on rules for combatting climate change.
Mexico To Invest $30 Billion To Boost Growth, Stem Migration
Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said the investment and a policy shift would stem migration better than "containment measures."
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Prime Minister Theresa May Postpones Brexit Vote: Reports
By Jill Lawless and Lorne Cook, AP
May’s government does not have a majority in the House of Commons, and opposition parties say they will not back the deal that May and EU leaders agreed last month.
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Chinese Fighters Combining Kung Fu With Bullfighting
By Xihao Jiang, Martin Quin Pollard, Reuters
Typically, Chinese bullfighters tackle bulls by grabbing the horns and turning the heads until the animals topple over.
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Congress Approves Short-Term Spending Bill To Avert Government Shutdown
The stopgap bill extends funding through Dec. 21.
Trump Says China Has Agreed To 'Reduce And Remove Tariffs' On American-Made Cars
The president tweeted the claim following a meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping during which the two powers agreed to a trade truce.
Trump Said China Is Now Open To Qualcomm-NXP Deal. Qualcomm Says ‘No Thanks.’
The company thanked Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping for discussing the scuppered deal, but said it "considers the matter closed."
The Pentagon's Plan To Dominate The Economy
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The militarization the American economy is a disaster in the age of Trump.
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How Capitalism Has Screwed Women Over
Richard D. Wolff
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The system trapped women in the home, and when they entered the workforce, trapped them in unequal relationships.
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The U.S. Is Getting Richer But Americans Are Unhappier
To break this paradox, economists say we must measure and manage happiness and well-being.
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Bernie Sanders Suggests Amazon Wage Increases Are Response To Outside Pressure
Nothing to see here: The company has said the raises are routine.
Stefan Wermuth / Reuters
These 5 Rebel Movements Want To Change How Money Works
A new wave of agitators in the realm of monetary systems has emerged.
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States See Energy Boom Along With Economic Expansion
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Growth in the drilling and tech industries helped boost the national economy.
We Cannot Fight Climate Change With Capitalism, Says Report
The world's economies are totally unprepared for rapid climate change, rising social inequality and the end of cheap energy.
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The Black-White Unemployment Ratio Has Barely Budged
Lower African-American unemployment doesn't fix a glaring racial disparity.
The Economy Won't Save Republicans In The Midterms
It takes quite a president to preside over an economy with unemployment rates below 4 percent and not to benefit politically.
Carlo Allegri / Reuters
Kylie Jenner Is 'Self-Made' And Other Myths We Tell About The Extremely Wealthy
It's not just about hard work.
Lucas Jackson / Reuters
What Is A Federal Jobs Guarantee?
Growing numbers of Democrats support the idea of guaranteeing decent jobs to all Americans. Here's how they say it would work.
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