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Jaguar Land Rover is flying parts out of China in effort keep its European factories open
Jaguar Land Rover is flying auto parts made in China to its European factories instead of relying on slow-moving cargo ships, as the coronavirus outbreak puts a dent in its supply chain. But its CEO says it's too soon to say whether that will be enough to keep those assembly lines open and building cars.
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A Facebook page touted good deeds by Winston-Salem police officers. The department said the stories weren't real
The Facebook page "North Carolina Breaking News" touted good deeds by police officers in the city of Winston-Salem. But the officers named in it didn't exist.
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In Stone case, a blast from the Obama past
The new sentencing memorandum that Attorney General William Barr directed to be filed in the Roger Stone case is more consistent with Obama administration policy than that of his boss, Donald Trump, writes Michael Zeldin
Xi Jinping says battle against coronavirus making 'visible progress' as death toll passes 2,000
The death toll from Covid-19 has surpassed 2,000 but Chinese authorities say they are making "visible progress" in fighting the outbreak. Meanwhile, passengers begin to leave the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan.
Take up to 40% off select Crocs at this 24-hour sale
For one day only, save 40% on select styles from Crocs, many of which were already on sale.
NASCAR driver Ryan Newman released from hospital two days after terrifying crash
NASCAR driver Ryan Newman was released from the hospital Wednesday, just two days after his terrifying crash Monday during the last lap of the Daytona 500.
Ja'Net DuBois, 'Good Times' star, dies at 74
Ja'Net DuBois, an actress who left her stamp on television playing beloved neighbor Willona Woods on "Good Times" and the voice behind the theme song to "The Jeffersons," has died, according to Kesha Fields, DuBois' youngest daughter. She was 74.
Police arrest third teen in killing of Tessa Majors
A third teen allegedly involved in the stabbing death of Barnard College student Tessa Majors turned himself in to authorities in New York Wednesday morning, according to a law enforcement official.
Melania Trump receives award from Palm Beach university
First lady Melania Trump received a Palm Beach society award on Wednesday at a luncheon held at The Breakers, a local luxury resort.
The most important interest rate you've never heard of is changing. Many banks aren't happy about it
Libor is the world's most quoted interest rate, governing some $200 trillion of debt and contracts, including mortgages and consumer loans. After years of manipulation scandals the rate is now on its way out.
Shop outfit ideas for any occasion from this Revolve sale
The Instagram-favorite retailer is taking an extra 20% off selected items and offering free express shipping for purchases over $100 from brands like Lovers and Friends, Sam Edelman, Michael Lauren, Free People, Katie May and Privacy Please.
It's a cliche no presidential candidate can resist. But this time it may be true
It's a cliché no US presidential candidate can resist: "This election is the most important in our lifetime." But this year it might be true, because also on the ballot is the destiny of the Supreme Court, which decides where America stands on issues like abortion, gay rights and guns.
Interpreting Trump's pardons
American presidents can pretty much pardon anyone, but traditionally reserve controversial uses of this power for the day they leave the Oval Office. And most have been loath to offer clemency in a way that suggests they're meddling in an impartial justice system -- a crucial cog of democratic society
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Blagojevich thanks Trump for commuting sentence and declares himself a 'Trump-ocrat'
Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich on Wednesday thanked President Donald Trump for commuting his sentence, saying he is "tough and outspoken but also has a kind heart."
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Kendall Jenner appears as scantily clad wax model on magazine cover
How do you follow up charging $120,000 for a banana duct-taped to a wall? Well, try this.
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What Oregon's conservatives wanting to join Idaho says about our politics
When you think of Oregon's politics, you tend to consider it a liberal enclave, right?
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Get rid of chapped lips forever with these masks, scrubs and balms
Are your lips extra dry and flaky? We spoke with dermatologists about their favorite scrubs, balms and masks that can soothe chapped lips in a flash.
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Facts First: What to expect when Bloomberg makes his debate debut
Since it'll be the first time Bloomberg has debated his fellow Democratic candidates, the former New York City mayor is likely to be a target for much of the night.
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GE dodges a bullet in Trump's battle with China
General Electric appears to have a dodged a bullet in President Donald Trump's fight with China over the theft of American trade secrets.
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Sol Republic's Soundtrack series deliver great sound and comfort
There's no shortage of headphones on the market these days. As a result, it's hard to filter for the best products. Sol Republic stands out in this crowded space with its Soundtrack and Soundtrack Pro cans.
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Oil and gas production is contributing even more to global warming than was thought, study finds
A new study found that fossil fuel production by humans is likely releasing far more methane -- a potent heat-trapping gas -- than previous estimates have shown, shining new light on the role the gas is playing in accelerating global warming.
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Fervent super PAC opponent Elizabeth Warren getting super PAC help in Nevada
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a fervent opponent of super PACs, is now receiving super PAC support in Nevada.
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Solar might be Tesla's secret weapon
Most investors only think about electric cars when they think about Tesla. But the company's solar power and storage battery business could be a major factor in the performance of Tesla shares, according to a new analyst note.
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Europe unveils a new plan to compete with Silicon Valley
Europe knows it fell behind the United States and China on the technologies that dominated the past decade. Now it has a plan to catch up.
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Champions League: Mourinho meets 'Mini Mourinho' in clash of old and new
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Bloomberg referred to transgender people as 'some guy wearing a dress' in 2019 remarks
Michael Bloomberg last year referred to transgender people as "he, she, or it" and "some guy wearing a dress" while arguing that presidential campaigns centered on social issues aren't relevant to most voters.
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The Dow and Nasdaq are approaching big milestones. Is it too late to invest?
This stunning bull run appears to have no end in sight.
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Rod Blagojevich speaks after Trump commutes sentence
Rod Blagojevich's family is holding a homecoming news conference after President Trump commuted the former Illinois governor's sentence. Follow here for live updates.
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LeBron James criticizes MLB commissioner's handling of the Astros' sign-stealing scandal
Astros cheating scandal: Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James has joined the chorus of athletes speaking out against baseball commissioner Rob Manfred's handling of the Houston Astros' sign-stealing scandal.
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Town hall proved that Trump should be worried
Jill Filipovic writes that in CNN's Nevada town hall demonstrated to voters that, while there may be no singular savior at hand to rid the nation of Donald Trump, there are some fine people vying for the opportunity.
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