The Chinese navy is flexing its muscles in the South China Sea, but a belligerent response from the U.S. is exactly the wrong tack. read more
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A spate of new robo-adviser financial sites aimed at women look to empower them to build net worth, rather than offer household budgeting advice. read more
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A study found that one-third of parents of twins were unsure or incorrect about their twins? genetic identity, and many doctors don?t do much better. read more
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Nile Rodgers could live off of royalties from hits he made 30 years ago for artists like Madonna and Diana Ross. But he still wakes up to new song ly read more
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The economy added 271,000 jobs in October, an unexpectedly strong showing, and unemployment dipped to 5 percent. read more
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Until now, virtual reality has been seen mostly as a revolutionary new platform for video games. But it has the potential to transform journalism as read more
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The elite artist?s choice will reflect the industry?s larger debate over how fully to embrace the streaming format. read more
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From Bill Clinton to Barack Obama, Asian-American support for Democratic presidential candidates more than doubled. What happened? read more
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A woman?s death in Nevada in October placed attention on the growing practice of full-body cryotherapy, which its enthusiasts say has many benefits. read more
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Dan Ephron?s detailed account of the death of Yitzhak Rabin includes his assessment that it achieved the outcome the assassin intended. read more
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Sometimes bad people simply do bad things. Not everything in real life fits neatly into a narrative. read more
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