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Google’s new Trusted Contacts mobile app lets you connect to friends and family in the event of an emergency.

Smartphone Turns Emergency Response System With Google’s Trusted Contacts App

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Amazon.com unveiled its first small-format grocery store, Amazon Go, on Monday. It's one of at least three formats of brick-and-mortar food stores the online retail giant is exploring.

Amazon Working on at Least Three Grocery Store Formats

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi gets the people's vote in Time's person of the year poll.

Modi Beats Trump, Clinton and Obama at the Polls

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Japan’s parliament took a major step toward legalizing casino gambling, a goal shared by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and U.S. casino companies.

Japan Moves Closer to Legalizing Casino Gambling

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Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein has successfully raised and paid the fee required to trigger a recount.

Michigan Starts Recounting Presidential Ballots on Judge’s Order

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Al Gore has said electing Donald Trump could lead to a “climate catastrophe.” But while Mr. Trump’s transition has reflected the value he places on loyalty, he has also shown a taste for unexpected meetings with former rivals and critics.

Trump Meets With Al Gore on Climate Issues Amid Pressure From His Children

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“Her demise has left a huge void in Indian politics.” -- Narendra Modi

Jayalalithaa, Charismatic Indian Politician and ‘Mother’ of Tamil Nadu, Dies

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Big-food companies are following startups into the meal-kit market, hunting for new ways to profit from ingredients that they already make.

Big Food Battles Meal-Kit Startups for Dinner-in-a-Box

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The intensifying political crisis is causing some of South Korea’s conglomerates—known as chaebol—to shelve or change their plans, and has prompted prosecutors to investigate already-completed deals.

Samsung, Hyundai Chiefs to Be Questioned as Political Scandal Roils South Korea

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The Obama administration is trying to preserve the fragile alliance between the Kurdish fighters and Iraq’s military that has made significant battlefield gains against Islamic State in Mosul but is now threatened by a budget battle in Parliament and uncertainty over the policies of the incoming Trump administration.

U.S. Seeks to Maintain Fragile Anti-ISIS Alliance in Iraq

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Wingsuit pilot Scotty Bob Morgan is known as a proximity flyer -- which means he flies as close as possible to the ground, trees, cliffs or even other flyers.

Wingsuit Pilot Takes a Flying Leap

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“A little unpredictability is a good thing, but too much is scary."

Donald Trump’s Message Sparks Anger in China

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Some on Wall Street are already celebrating the demise of the Obama administration’s fiduciary rule for retirement savings, but news of its death has been greatly exaggerated.

Eliminating Obama’s Fiduciary Rule Easier Said Than Done

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Home builders say they are fairly upbeat about housing conditions. The stock market suggests otherwise.

Housing Market: This Luxury Builder Is Priced to Move

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Brazil’s World Cup soccer stadiums had their costs inflated by construction companies that acted as a cartel to overcharge taxpayers, authorities said Monday, citing information obtained as part of a leniency deal with one of the firms.

Brazil’s World Cup Stadium Construction Contracts Were Inflated, Officials Say

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Alphabet’s YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft on Monday announced they would form a shared database of identifiers of online terror images and videos in a bid to speed up the takedown of content that has helped terror cells recruit followers and spread radical ideas on the Web.

U.S. Tech Firms to Join Forces on Takedown of Terror Content

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The warehouse that burned in Oakland, Calif., on Friday, killing at least 36, was home to about 20 artists who were drawn to it because it offered low rents in an area with skyrocketing housing prices.

Tenants Flocked to Oakland Warehouse, Scene of Fire, for Low Rents

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Demands from the gathering forces of European populism range from erecting border fences to dismantling the euro. They share one thing: Their ideas would unravel the 60-year project of European integration.

For Europe’s Unity, 2017 Will Be a Year of Reckoning

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While soliciting investors in 2014 and 2015, Theranos predicted revenue of nearly $2 billion and net income of about $505 million this year, according to investor materials from the blood-testing startup. Criminal and civil investigations by the U.S. attorney’s office in San Francisco and the SEC are trying to determine if Theranos misled investors and regulators about its technology and...
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Theranos Foresaw Huge Growth in Revenue and Profits

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One of the oldest Christian congregations in Bridgeport, Conn., said it would sell its historic church to a regional Islamic center.

Historic Bridgeport Church to Become Mosque

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