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Dow Races Through 23000

Thu, 19 Oct 2017 00:01:58 EDT

Dow Races Through 23000

The Dow Jones Industrial Average powered past 23000 on Wednesday, but the latest milestone masks a potentially perplexing trend: Investors keep yanking money out of stock funds.

Dow Races Through 23000

The Dow Jones Industrial Average powered past 23000 on Wednesday, but the latest milestone masks a potentially perplexing trend: Investors keep yanking money out of stock funds.




Trump Cools on Health Law Deal

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 23:59:55 EDT

Trump Cools on Health Law Deal

WASHINGTON—A bipartisan proposal on health care teetered Wednesday after President Donald Trump withdrew his support and conservative GOP lawmakers said it didn’t do enough to roll back the Affordable Care Act.

Trump Cools on Health Law Deal

WASHINGTON—A bipartisan proposal on health care teetered Wednesday after President Donald Trump withdrew his support and conservative GOP lawmakers said it didn’t do enough to roll back the Affordable Care Act.




What's News: Business & Finance

Thu, 19 Oct 2017 00:00:09 EDT

What’s News: Business & Finance

The Dow powered past 23000, rising 160.16 points to 23157.60 as IBM shares surged. But some investors and analysts are concerned about the outflows from U.S. stock funds.

What’s News: Business & Finance

The Dow powered past 23000, rising 160.16 points to 23157.60 as IBM shares surged. But some investors and analysts are concerned about the outflows from U.S. stock funds.




Islamic State's Other Grisly War, a World Away From Syria

Thu, 19 Oct 2017 00:00:07 EDT

Islamic State’s Other Grisly War, a World Away From Syria

MARAWI, Philippines—On the third day of his captivity, during one of the most violent jihadist rebellions outside the Middle East and Africa, Ronnel Samiahan watched Islamist militants make an example of a fellow hostage who had tried to break free.

Islamic State’s Other Grisly War, a World Away From Syria

MARAWI, Philippines—On the third day of his captivity, during one of the most violent jihadist rebellions outside the Middle East and Africa, Ronnel Samiahan watched Islamist militants make an example of a fellow hostage who had tried to break free.




What's News: World-Wide

Thu, 19 Oct 2017 00:01:58 EDT

What’s News: World-Wide

Trump withdrew his support for a bipartisan health-care plan and conservative GOP lawmakers said it didn’t do enough to roll back the ACA. Insurers are bracing for a drop in enrollments for ACA plans because of higher rates and confusion about the law’s status.

What’s News: World-Wide

Trump withdrew his support for a bipartisan health-care plan and conservative GOP lawmakers said it didn’t do enough to roll back the ACA. Insurers are bracing for a drop in enrollments for ACA plans because of higher rates and confusion about the law’s status.




Here's a Funny Idea: This Hit Comedy Show Has a 'G' Rating

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 23:59:40 EDT

Here’s a Funny Idea: This Hit Comedy Show Has a ‘G’ Rating

Conan O’Brien and his family were out to dinner in Santa Monica last year when his daughter began to screech, “Oh my God! Oh my God! Oh my God!”

Here’s a Funny Idea: This Hit Comedy Show Has a ‘G’ Rating

Conan O’Brien and his family were out to dinner in Santa Monica last year when his daughter began to screech, “Oh my God! Oh my God! Oh my God!”




New Chief at GE Starts Undoing the Costly Past

Thu, 19 Oct 2017 00:00:15 EDT

New Chief at GE Starts Undoing the Costly Past

John Flannery, the leader of General Electric Co. for just 2½ months, has begun dismantling the legacy of his predecessor, including the planes.

New Chief at GE Starts Undoing the Costly Past

John Flannery, the leader of General Electric Co. for just 2½ months, has begun dismantling the legacy of his predecessor, including the planes.