The death penalty for drug dealers isn't going to stop opiates from killing people, and it isn't going to take the drugs off the streets, so why is the White House so adamant about this form of punishment? Vox reports. » Read More
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For the first time this year, publicly traded companies have to report how their CEO pay compares to the median pay for their workforce as a whole. And, for the first time ever, top GE execs earned no cash bonuses, the Boston Business Journal reports. » Read More
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More than 100 former employees are suing railroad company CSX after being fired or suspended for their use of family-medical leave, the Jacksonville Business Journal reports. » Read More
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James Mattis is linked to Elizabeth Holmes' Theranos and nobody wants to talk about it because of the many implications — one of them being a nuclear war, Vox reports. » Read More
Bitcoin miners were attracted to Plattsburgh for their low electricity costs. Mayor Colin Read is banning the mining to protect the residents, the Verge reports.
If Reuters doesn't scale back its core financial-news offering, then in 30 years' time it will be on life support. If it does, it can not only save itself, but help transform billions of people's access to trusted news, Recode reports.
For 1,500 years, shrubs and shoots grew, the monsoon rains fell and the Waghora River snaked around a forgotten group of caves in the Deccan Plateau.
Stormy Daniels' lawyer says that she has received hush money and more recently physical threats to stay silent about her alleged affair with Donald Trump, USA Today reports.
The United States just started another epic borrowing binge. And if you borrow money you could end up paying the price. NYT reports.
Wynn Resorts Ltd's former chief executive may elect to sell all or a portion of his stake in the company, according to a regulatory filing dated Thursday.
New Orleans collaborated with Palantir Technologies for a predictive policing program and the mayor has announced the program will end, The Verge reports.
The Pentagon needs Silicon Valley to help them with A.I. but Silicon Valley says it's not that easy, the New York Times reports.
You might be safer from contamination drinking from the tap, USA Today reports.
Trump admitted to making things up about the US-Canada trade deficit in a meeting with Justin Trudeau. He did it again in a tweet, Vox reports.
Microsoft is unveiling a new gaming cloud division, The Verge reports.
The estate argued that screenwriter Aaron Sorkin's adaptation deviates too much from the novel. NYT reports.
Lyft has reached a deal with auto supplier Magna to develop and manufacture self-driving cars, The New York Times reports.
Wikipedia appears to have been left in the dark about YouTube's plans to use it to fight fake news, The Verge reports.
This burger-flipping robot was a hit in California but now he's being forced to take a break, USA Today reports.
Finland, which boasts long, dark winters and short summers bathed in almost continuous light was just named the happiest country on Earth! The US didn't even make the Top 10. USA Today explains.
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