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Plans Offer a Peek Into Elon Musk’s Secret Tunnel in California, Including an Elevator Hidden in a Garage Innovation
Plans Offer a Peek Into Elon Musk’s Secret Tunnel in California, Including an Elevator Hidden in a Garage

When Elon Musk’s tunneling firm began digging in Hawthorne, Calif., last year, the construction site next to Space X headquarters was barely noticeable, sandwiched between a home improvement store and a parking garage. Read More

In Khashoggi's Death, A Battle Over Regional Power Looms Foreign Affairs
In Khashoggi's Death, A Battle Over Regional Power Looms

October 23, 2018 By Nabih Bulos BEIRUT — The slow-speed admission by Saudi Arabia that journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside its consulate in Istanbul has been more than a begrudging journey toward justice. It has also become the latest... Read More

Big Night for ‘Texas Ted’ Cruz as Trump Leads Houston Rally 2018 Midterms
Big Night for ‘Texas Ted’ Cruz as Trump Leads Houston Rally

President Donald Trump and other friends of Sen. Ted Cruz turned Rep. Beto O’Rourke into a pinata Monday night, revving Texas Republicans to form a firewall for the national party — and block Democrats from transforming... Read More

Joe Biden Says It’s Not a Time to Joke: ‘We’re in the Battle for the Soul of America’ 2018 Midterms
Joe Biden Says It’s Not a Time to Joke: ‘We’re in the Battle for the Soul of America’

As vice president, Joe Biden leaned in to the goofy "Uncle Joe" caricature of memes and satirical news stories. He wore aviators for the cameras while eating ice cream, and pointed and grinned behind President Barack Obama... Read More

Democrats Mount a Midwestern Comeback 2018 Midterms
Democrats Mount a Midwestern Comeback

In 2016, the Midwest lifted Donald Trump to his upset victory in the presidential race. Two years later, many Democrats believe the region will be the site of their greatest success on Election Day. Democrats sense widespread... Read More

Migrant Caravan Continues March Through Mexico In The News
Migrant Caravan Continues March Through Mexico

A caravan of Central American immigrants started walking north into Mexico early Sunday, continuing their journey to the U.S. border. More than 1,000 immigrants set out before dawn on the only road out of the small Mexican... Read More

Saudi Account of Khashoggi’s Death Runs Into a Wall of Skepticism in Washington Foreign Affairs
Saudi Account of Khashoggi’s Death Runs Into a Wall of Skepticism in Washington

The Saudi government moved Sunday to shield Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the ascendant power inside a royal family with long-standing ties to U.S. leaders, from the fallout over the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi... Read More

The Rise of the Machines: Automation Reshapes Job Market In The News
The Rise of the Machines: Automation Reshapes Job Market

Looking at a map of California on a projector screen, Johannes Moenius, an economics professor at the University of Redlands, hovered his mouse over the Inland Empire, which glowed with a splotch of red pixels. The colored... Read More

Nikki Haley Mocks President Trump and the Dems at Al Smith Charity Dinner In The News
Nikki Haley Mocks President Trump and the Dems at Al Smith Charity Dinner

Outgoing U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley poked fun at President Donald Trump’s inflated ego and total lack of self-awareness Thursday night at the Al Smith Foundation annual dinner. Haley, who... Read More

Three Secretaries of State are Refereeing the Election While Running in the Field 2018 Midterms
Three Secretaries of State are Refereeing the Election While Running in the Field

In three states, the referee for the midterm elections is also on the field as a player. Elected secretaries of state in Georgia and Kansas— who in their official capacities oversee the elections in their states — are running for... Read More

Meant to help with mental illness, money from tax on millionaires piles up in San Diego In The News
Meant to help with mental illness, money from tax on millionaires piles up in San Diego

While the hepatitis A virus ran unchecked through the streets and homeless camps of San Diego last year, killing 20 people and sickening hundreds of others before it was brought under control, $170 million in... Read More

Suspect in Sexual Assault of UCLA Student at Off-Campus Fraternity is Arrested In The News
Suspect in Sexual Assault of UCLA Student at Off-Campus Fraternity is Arrested

A suspect has been arrested in connection with a sexual assault of a University of California, Los Angeles student at an off-campus fraternity party, authorities said. Nima Bendavood, 21, surrendered to detectives Saturday... Read More

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