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Los Angeles Times

It was Bob and Harvey Weinstein against the world. Then they turned on each other
Los Angeles Times
For the Weinsteins, it had always been Bob and Harvey against the world. In 1979, the twenty-something rock promoters brought their unpolished demeanor, fast-talking style, and rough negotiating tactics to the movie business, naming their new film ...

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ESPN (blog)

Baby Bombers sock Keuchel, Astros to put Yankees one win from World Series
ESPN (blog)
NEW YORK -- When the Baby Bombers -- Aaron Judge, Gary Sanchez and Greg Bird -- were in in the minor leagues together, they dreamed about nights like Game 5 of the American League Championship Series. However, they never could have predicted ...
Yankees are one win from World Series after beating Astros 5-0 in Game 5 of ALCSLos Angeles Times
Yankees game away from World Series after Tanaka masterpieceNew York Post
Yankees eyeing World Series berth as they ride momentum back to HoustonNew York Daily News
LA Daily News
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Bloomberg

This Company's Robots Are Making Everything—and Reshaping the World
Bloomberg
We don't find Fujii, so I leave the campus with little more than a glimpse of the world behind Inaba's forest: a clock above the entrance to the main research facility that ticks at 10 times the usual speed, as if innovation can't happen quickly enough ...



New York Post

Free-spending Dodgers could finally break even with World Series run
New York Post
The Los Angeles Dodgers, despite having the highest payroll in Major League Baseball, could erase years of red ink this season — thanks to a likely World Series appearance, The Post has learned. “They might be close to break even” thanks to the ...

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Bloomberg

Who Has the World's No. 1 Economy? Not the US
Bloomberg
This doesn't mean China's population is the world's richest -- far from it. The countries with the highest income per person, in order, are Qatar, Luxembourg, Singapore, Brunei and the United Arab Emirates. But few would argue that Qatar or Luxembourg ...

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Washington Post

Why the world is watching Xi Jinping and China's party congress
Washington Post
Given China's huge population, economy and military strength, the 19th National Congress could set the agenda not only for Beijing, but also for much of the world. Most observers predict that the congress will put power increasingly in the hands of one ...
How Xi Jinping's China stacks up with the rest of the worldCNN
China's secret plan to take over the worldNEWS.com.au
Xi Jinping speech: five things you need to knowThe Guardian
The Straits Times
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Washington Post

Men of the world: You are not the weather
Washington Post
Smoke is not weather. Let me tell you why I have said this. Weather is something you can do very little to prevent; you can only prepare for it and warn people about it and buy protective gear. Smoke happens when someone decides to light a fire. I am ...



Fox News

Federal court rules World War I memorial cross must be torn down
Fox News
... liberty of the world.' I cannot agree that a monument so conceived and dedicated and that bears such witness violates the letter or spirit of the very Constitution these heroes died to defend.” The American Legion could appeal directly to the ...

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New York Times

How the Appetite for Emojis Complicates the Effort to Standardize the World's Alphabets
New York Times
Billions of people around the world no longer face this plight. Whether on computers or smartphones, they can write as they write, expressing themselves in their own linguistic culture. What makes this possible is a 26-year-old international industrial ...



The Atlantic

Thelonious Monk's Quiet, Slow Conquest of the World
The Atlantic
Though widely respected by musicians, the pianist and composer had always remained an outlier even in the jazz world, set apart by his singular musical vision as well as his eccentricity, yet his Time cover seemed to represent his ascension to the ...

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