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Our Collective Responsibility for Mass Shootings
(October 10 03:00) Nytimes.com
For far too long, online forums and marketplaces have been granted near-total immunity when they contribute to gun violence.
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Introducing New California Real Estate Coverage
Tuesday: See homes in Sea Ranch, Pasadena and Palm Springs. Also: PG&E says it’s weighing another power shut-off, and exploring East L.A.’s underground scenes.
Obamacare Premiums to Fall and Number of Insurers to Rise Next Year
Despite President Trump’s efforts to undermine the Affordable Care Act, premiums will fall for plans sold under the law, and the number of insurers offering policies will rise.
Trump Calls Impeachment Inquiry a ‘Lynching’
President Trump called the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry into him a “lynching” and said it was “without due process or fairness or any legal rights.”
WeWork Accepts SoftBank Takeover Offer
The deal ends weeks of turmoil at the troubled shared office company, scrapped an initial public offering and push out its chief executive last month
Justin Trudeau’s Anemic Victory
Sure, he eked out a “win.” But it shouldn’t have even been a fight.
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Democrats Slow Impeachment Timeline to Sharpen Their Public Case
House Democrats, once eyeing an impeachment vote by Thanksgiving, now conceded they may have to go slower as they plan public hearings to drive home their case.
Former Head of Pimco Pleads Guilty in College Admissions Case
Douglas Hodge, the former head of Pimco, said, “I acted out of love for my children, but I know that this explanation for my actions is not an excuse.”
(October 21 23:13) Nytimes.com
Inside the Last, Desperate Days of de Blasio’s 2020 Campaign
“We both knew that this was a Don Quixote mission,” said one donor who was solicited by Mayor Bill de Blasio as the end drew near.
Why Black Homeowners in Brooklyn Are Being Victimized by Fraud
Deed theft, or stealing the title to a house, has become a worrisome crime in Brooklyn, targeting rapidly gentrifying communities of color.
ISIS Reaps Gains of U.S. Pullout From Syria
The troop withdrawal ends American operations against the terrorist group conducted jointly with a Kurdish-led militia.
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