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Wall Street executives have long wielded influence in Washington, filling top jobs in both Republican and Democratic administrations.

Trump deepens Goldman ties as he builds out economic team

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2 hours 44 minutes ago. Facebook
Mattis' public comments on the issue indicate that he could move to reverse a major change in military policy put in place by the Obama administration.

Would Trump's defense secretary push women back out of combat?

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3 hours 14 minutes ago. Facebook
It's as if Mother Nature handed us an early Christmas present and said, "You’re welcome, science." (from Scientific American magazine)

Entire chunk of feathered dinosaur discovered in amber

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today at 05:49. Facebook
Congress now takes a break before reconvening on Jan. 3.

Senate passes stop-gap spending to avert government shutdown

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today at 04:46. Facebook
When John Glenn is your co-pilot, you've got to stick the landing. For a story on the future of aviation back in 2006, "I decided there was no one better to talk about that than the most famous pilot of our time: John Glenn," says science correspondent Miles O'Brien.

"But really, it was an excuse to do this with my boyhood hero."
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today at 03:30. Facebook
The Marines are aiming to recruit more qualified women -- in particular, athletes in excellent physical condition.

Female Marine recruits at boot camp strive to meet the same standards as men

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today at 03:00. Facebook
Fearful of losing the place in which she both lives and works, painter and photographer Angela Scrivani is asking Oakland city officials "to differentiate between a dwelling that’s unsafe vs. one that’s just not permitted properly."

After Oakland fire, a nationwide crackdown on warehouse spaces

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today at 02:30. Facebook
How should we react to tweets from the president-elect attacking people who disagree with him?

Shields and Brooks on Trump’s understanding of presidential power

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today at 02:00. Facebook
Both psychological and mercenary motivations can be behind the propagation of made-up "news" stories.

The ‘thrill of the chase’ in perpetuating fake news

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today at 01:30. Facebook
The questionnaire also seeks a list of all political appointees and senior executives and asks workers to offer their opinions on who "owns" the department's clean energy mission and other policy goals.

Energy Department workers sent detailed questionnaire by Trump transition team

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today at 01:00. Facebook
"The men almost always told me how much money they wanted to make. The women never did. And by never, I mean never. Never ever," writes Sallie Krawcheck.

Column: Women, it's time to ask for a raise

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today at 00:30. Facebook
If Gary Cohn accepts the nomination, he will also be the third Goldman executive to run the National Economic Council.

Trump expected to tap Goldman Sachs banker for White House economic post

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today at 00:01. Facebook
News of the move comes days before Trump was expected to describe changes he is making to his businesses to avoid potential conflicts of interest as the U.S. president.

Trump closed companies with possible ties to Saudi Arabia after the election

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yesterday at 23:21. Facebook
For generations combat jobs in the U.S. military were blocked to women. Not anymore. Watch part 2 of "A Few Good Women," our series about women in combat.

Have questions for correspondent William Brangham about this series? Leave them for him in the comments below.
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yesterday at 22:30. Facebook
Trump's most passionate supporters are unlikely to accept a Trump administration that embraces big business' softer approach. Yet business groups note that experts have predicted negative economic consequences should Trump pursue mass deportation.

Business leaders warn Trump of economic fallout from mass deportation

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yesterday at 22:00. Facebook
The U.S. has about 10,000 troops in Afghanistan to train and advise Afghan security forces combating a resilient Taliban insurgency. U.S. special operations forces are hunting down al-Qaida and Islamic State militants.

Defense secretary assures Afghan leaders of U.S. commitment

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yesterday at 21:30. Facebook
"America has been a beacon of hope for the downtrodden for many decades, we hope that this will not change," says Bruno Geddo of UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency. He joined Hari Sreenivasan to describe the humanitarian situation for Iraqis fleeing Mosul: [ To.pbs.org Link ]
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yesterday at 21:00. Facebook
Loretta Lynch is scheduled to visit a mosque in Virginia, then travel to NYC the following day.

Attorney general to visit mosque, Stonewall National Monument amid increase in hate crimes

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yesterday at 20:31. Facebook
Meet Salto, a one-legged robot that can jump higher than any other untethered robot. Learn more: [ To.pbs.org Link ]
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yesterday at 20:03. Facebook
The report alleges between 2011 and 2015 the Russian Sports Ministry switched and changed drug test samples using methods the Russian secret service devised.

More than 1,000 Russian athletes involved in state-run doping, report finds

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