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The former Fox News host says her daily NBC morning show, which starts Monday, is one she was “born to do.” Others aren’t so sure.
The Graham-Cassidy bill would turn federal funding for a law Republicans loathe into block grants to states, realizing a long-held goal of the party.
How the playwright James Graham and the actor Bertie Carvel give the media mogul a fair hearing in a play that takes a hard look at populism and the press.
The company said it would turn over 3,000 ads linked to Russia to Congress after growing scrutiny about its role in last November’s presidential election.
Ms. Bonniwell held a number of top positions at Time Inc. at a heady time for magazine publishing, paving the way for future female managers.
On the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly, business leaders schmooze with diplomats — and one another — at private dinners and opulent events.
The budget airline has faced a wave of customer anger over the cancellation of 2,100 flights over a six-week period in September and October.
Mrs. Bettencourt, ranked as the world’s richest women, tried to live down her family’s fascist associations, and her final years were overtaken by scandal.
A slide among technology companies led U.S. stock indexes slightly lower Thursday, wiping out modest gains from a day earlier.
Curbing special treatment for state and local taxes, mortgage interest and capital gains could pay for meaningful changes across the board.
Jeffrey Mezger will have his 2017 bonus cut by 25 percent, the company said, after using sexist and homophobic language against Kathy Griffin, his neighbor.
“I managed to respond to the first several hundred emails, but a backlog built up as the hurricane came and went and I transported my father back home.”
There are likely to be some winners — and a few groaners — at an exhibition of 45 cartoons that didn’t make the cut.
“The Infidel and the Professor” illuminates the deep bond between the father of economics, an establishment man, and the radical skeptic David Hume.
The New Yorker is highly selective of the cartoons it publishes. Here are cartoons that didn’t make it.
Its purchase of HTC is intended to improve competition with Apple and Samsung. But the tech giant’s previous foray into handset making did not go so well.
The firm’s move, spurred by a borrowing spree that it said threatens the world’s No. 2 economy, comes just before a sensitive Communist Party meeting.
You don’t have to like social media, but when a natural disaster or emergency strikes, it can provide essential travel tools.
The first new “Star Trek” series in more than a decade deals with the demands of long-form storytelling and confronts earthbound production problems.
Twenty-five million acres have been planted with genetically modified seeds to encourage the spraying of the chemical. Farmers worry about damage to crops.