• Fortune5 Things We Just Learned About the Tesla-SolarCity DealFortuneWhen Tesla tsla CEO Elon Musk first proposed buying his other company SolarCity scty in June, some people thought Musk had gone into insane mode just like his electric cars. There were the glaringly obvious conflicts of interest, as Musk is not only ...Tesla Motors: We're Going to Need to Sell More Stock, AgainMotley FoolTesla planning upgrade to semi-autonomous Autopilot systemPhys.OrgTesla's board first turned down Elon Musk's proposed merger with SolarCity 6 months agoElectrekWall Street Journal -Seeking Alphaall 316 news articles »

  • CNNTrump on Mexican trip: 'Who pays for the wall? We didn't discuss'CNN(CNN) Republican nominee Donald Trump said Wednesday that he discussed the wall he wants to build along the southern border with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto -- but not which country would pay for it. Trump's call for a wall that Mexico would ...Trump lands in Mexico for last-minute meeting with President Peña NietoWashington PostLive: Donald Trump Calls Mexican President 'a Friend'New York TimesDonald Trump Eases Terms on Immigration, Trade After Meeting With Mexican President Enrique Peña NietoWall Street JournalLos Angeles Times -Politico -BBC News -NBCNews.comall 1,018 news articles »

  • CNNBrazil's Senate ousts Dilma Rousseff in impeachment voteCNN(CNN) Brazil's first female president is out of a job, but not barred from the ballot if she wants to run again. The South American country's Senate voted 61-20 Wednesday to remove President Dilma Rousseff from office, finding her guilty of breaking ...Michel Temer Seeks New Start as Brazil's PresidentWall Street Journal“Parliamentary coup”: Impeachment of Brazil's President Rousseff hands power to corrupt, unelected right wingSalonDilma Rousseff Is Ousted as Brazil's President in Impeachment VoteNew York TimesReuters -Chicago Tribune -Breitbart News -The Hill (blog)all 588 news articles »

  • CNNSupreme Court won't reinstate North Carolina voter ID lawCNNWashington (CNN) The Supreme Court denied a request Wednesday from North Carolina to allow provisions of its controversial voting rights law to go back into effect. In a 4-4 split, justices left undisturbed a lower court opinion that struck down the law.Supreme Court won't let North Carolina use strict voting lawWashington PostUS high court refuses to reinstate North Carolina voter ID requirementPoliticoSupreme Court Blocks Stricter Voting Rules in North CarolinaWall Street JournalLos Angeles Times -The Hill -NBCNews.com -Fox Newsall 54 news articles »

  • FortuneUS Sues to Stop Deere From Buying Precision PlantingFortuneThe Justice Department filed a lawsuit on Wednesday aimed at stopping Deere from buying Monsanto's Precision Planting farm equipment business. Deere de said in a statement that it would fight the lawsuit, saying that the Justice Department's antitrust ...Justice Department Challenges Deere's Planned Deal With MonsantoWall Street JournalU.S. Files Antitrust Suit Against Deere and MonsantoBloombergJustice Department sues to block Monsanto, Deere dealUSA TODAYYahoo Newsall 30 news articles »

  • Huffington PostClinton Touts 'American Exceptionalism' In Appeal To RepublicansHuffington PostDemocratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton addresses the National Convention of the American Legion in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S., August 31, 2016. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, speaking to a U.S. veterans group on Wednesday, made ...and more »

  • CNNTropical Storm Hermine takes aim at FloridaCNN(CNN) A state of emergency has been declared for most of Florida as Tropical Storm Hermine moved through the Gulf of Mexico toward the Florida panhandle Wednesday. Previously dubbed Tropical Depression Nine, it strengthened into a tropical storm with ...Tropical Storm Hermine likely to make Gulf Coast landfall ThursdayMiami HeraldIncreasing chances for tropical storm conditions in the Mid-Atlantic this weekendWashington PostTropical Storm Hermine nears Florida, Hawaii on hurricane watchReutersPatch.com -Tallahassee.com -AL.com -The Boston Globeall 1,915 news articles »

  • Miami HeraldA 72-minute trip from Fort Lauderdale to central Cuba makes historyMiami HeraldA mother and daughter from Utah took a leap to experience history. A couple snagged a chance to save money and see family. A woman returned home for a quick vacation. And a man finally had a chance at reunion with his children — nearly a decade since ...Scheduled Flights to Cuba From US Begin Again, Now With Jet EnginesNew York TimesUS, Cuba open up skies with 1st regular commercial flightYahoo NewsFirst US-Cuba Commercial Flight In More Than 50 Years Has LandedNPRFortune -Reuters -NBC 6 South Florida -KHOU.comall 309 news articles »

  • The Boston GlobeExperimental drug reduces protein clumps and slows memory loss in early Alzheimer'sLos Angeles TimesIn the search for a treatment capable of changing the course of Alzheimer's disease, new findings are offering a rare glimmer of hope: In a preliminary trial of subjects suffering from memory and thinking problems or diagnosed with early Alzheimer's, ...Test Of Experimental Alzheimer's Drug Finds Progress Against Brain PlaquesNPRNew Alzheimer's drug clears abnormal protein clogs in small, promising trialPBS NewsHourNew Drug Clears Abnormal Brain Proteins Tied to Alzheimer'sLive ScienceWBUR -TIME -BBC News -Washington Postall 95 news articles »

  • CNNUS doubts Russia's claim it killed ISIS spokesmanCNN(CNN) Russia said one of its airstrikes in Syria killed ISIS spokesman Mohammad al-Adnani -- a claim that a US official called preposterous. On Wednesday, Russia's Ministry of Defense announced it killed the terror leader on the ministry's official ...Senior ISIS Strategist and Spokesman Is Reported Killed in SyriaNew York TimesRussian military claims airstrike that killed senior Islamic State strategistWashington PostU.S. denies Russia claim that its airstrike killed ISIS spokesmanNew York Daily NewsThe Hill -NBCNews.com -Wall Street Journal -U.S. News & World Reportall 478 news articles »

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