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LAS VEGAS — The Consumer Electronics Show, the largest trade show for the technology industry, is warning attendees will see heightened security this year at the annual event. ...
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LONDON — A high-profile BBC journalist has quit her role in anger over what she called “incompetent” efforts to close a gender pay gap that has shaken the ...
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Authorities on Sunday blamed flooding that intensified an already chaotic scene at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City on an apparent frozen, unprotected water pipe. ...
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Caribbean nations ravaged by recent hurricanes are selling citizenship at dramatically discounted prices in an effort to raise emergency funds, sparking concerns that the programs may be vulnerable ...
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December’s solid employment gains capped off a year marked by rising consumer confidence, discretionary spending and better-than-expected holiday sales — even as robust wage growth remained elusive. “The ...
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Apple admitted Friday that all iPhones, iPads and Mac computers worldwide are affected by the Spectre and Meltdown processor security flaws but said no customers so far had ...
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LOS ANGELES — A major music publisher wants Spotify to pay more than $1.6 billion, alleging that it’s streaming millions of unlicensed songs in what it calls “massive, ...
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WASHINGTON — Airlines recorded zero accident deaths in commercial passenger jets last year, according to a Dutch consulting firm and an aviation safety group that tracks crashes, making ...
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A plane departing Los Angeles headed for Tokyo made a U-turn four hours into the flight Tuesday after the crew discovered an “unauthorized” passenger on board, the airline ...
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From six seconds of video bliss on Vine to the nostalgia of coming home from school every day and getting on AOL instant messenger, 2017 was the end ...
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