Media Watch

'18May
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The Papers: Irish border warning and Meghan latest

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'18May
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He created Miami's most famous clothing company. Now he wants it back.

It sounds like the plot of a telenovela, complete with a Steve Jobs-like twist. The immigrant son of parents who themselves had immigrated from Eastern Europe to Cuba, George Feldenkreis arrived in the U.S. in 1961...
'18May
18

Coal State Lawmakers Fighting For Retired Miners [VIDEO]

A bi-partisan group of lawmakers are pushing for a solution to a looming pension crisis that could hit thousands of retired coal workers nationwide.Not even miners who clocked out years ago can escape the...
'18May
17

Washington Politics Adding To Mental Health Crisis Among Farmers

Enlarge this image Farm equipment is parked in a field near Bakersfield, Calif., in a 2016 file photo. Congress is attempting to craft a new quadrennial farm...
'18May
17

Isolated Maduro revels in Erdogan's backing ahead of Venezuela vote

CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela’s diplomatically-isolated president received a show of support from Turkish counterpart Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday ahead of a weekend election boycotted by the opposition coalition and...
'18May
17

Ways to cash in on your home equity and the tax implications of doing so

Homeowners might be feeling richer lately, and it’s not necessarily because the recent tax cut has left more dollars in their paychecks. Rising home values are creating record levels of home equity. Recent data...
'18May
17

Jewish Insider's Daily Kickoff: May 17, 2018

Have our people email your people. Tell your friends to sign up for the Daily Kickoff here REPORT -- NPR's Daniel Estrin tweets: "A person who attended an off-...
'18May
17

Exclusive: Malaysia's Anwar says 'shattered' Najib called him twice on election night

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysia’s ousted former premier Najib Razak was “totally shattered” the night he lost the general election and called his jailed rival Anwar Ibrahim twice for advice on what he should do,...
'18May
17

What Happened to Internet.org, Facebook's Grand Plan to Wire the World?

In August 2013, Mark Zuckerberg tapped out a 10-page white paper on his iPhone and shared it on Facebook. It was intended as a call to action for the tech industry: Facebook was going to help get people online....
'18May
17

Backsliding in Budapest

Orbán directed particular venom toward George Soros, the Jewish, Hungarian-born financier. Soros’s “empire,” he said, was readying to strike “a final blow to Christian culture” by sponsoring a plan to bring...

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