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Defense Department Warns About Climate Change Impacts to Armed Forces and Bases

Rising seas could inundate coastal bases and wildfires could threaten inland

USA Today /
Urban Meyer close to joining Fox Sports as college football analyst, per report

Former Ohio State coach Urban Meyer is nearing a deal to join Fox Sports as a college football analyst, according to a report.        

Marketwatch /
Cryptos: Bitcoin prices muted but volatility is on the rise, says Cboe analyst

Bitcoin prices are trading mostly unchanged on Friday, continuing what’s been a quiet week for the best-known cryptocurrency.

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The Ratings Game: Apple has its problems but the App Store isn’t one of them, says Bernstein

Apple Inc. shares have lost more than a quarter of their value over the past three months, amid concerns about iPhone sales, China demand, and ...

Marketwatch /
The Ratings Game: Netflix stock falls but analysts get even more bullish

Netflix’s earnings report couldn’t fully satisfy investors, but they were good enough to prompt a bevy of bullish analyst calls, with even the most ...

CBS /
Graham in Turkey after criticizing Trump's Syria withdrawal plans

Senior GOP senator has said Trump's move to pull out will embolden ISIS, as ex-U.S. envoy warns it's already happening

MSNBC /
The record government shutdown, if not resolved soon, could be 'fodder for recession': Moody's

"If this drags on into February, March, then growth rates are going to fall to a place where unemployment will start to rise," economist Mark Zandi warns.

Marketwatch /
8 questions for Netflix that it probably won’t answer when it releases earnings after the bell

BTIG analyst Richard Greenfield wants to ask Netflix about its balance sheet, about the success of ‘Bird Box’ and about its plans for the extra money it aims to raise via a price increase.

Washinton Post /
Chinese ambassador warns Canada to stop rallying allies

China’s ambassador to Canada is warning the Canadian government to stop recruiting international support in its feud with China and has threatened retaliation if Canada bans Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei for security reasons

NY Times /
Meanwhile: There’s Radon in the Water (and Tourists Are Gulping It Down)

The E.P.A. warns that radon causes cancer. But some tourists head to mines in Montana to soak it up.

NY Times /
Meanwhile: There’s Radon in This Water — and Tourists Are Gulping It Down

The E.P.A. warns that radon causes cancer. But some tourists head to mines in Montana to soak it up.

CBC /
Chinese envoy to Canada warns of 'repercussions ' if Ottawa bans Huawei from 5G mobile phone network

China's envoy to Canada on Thursday warned Ottawa of possible repercussions if it banned technology firm Huawei Technologies from supplying equipment to Canadian 5G networks, the latest blast in a deepening bilateral dispute.

CBS /
Global outlook "darkening," World Economic Forum warns

The group behind annual Davos conference cites U.S.-China trade tensions, Brexit and nationalism as top concerns

Reuters /
Embraer warns of little or no profit in next two years

Brazilian planemaker Embraer SA said on Wednesday it expects to keep $1 billion in cash after paying off all of its debt once a proposed $4.2 billion deal with Boeing Co closes, although it warned of little or no profit in the next two years.

VoA /
World Economic Forum Warns of Impact of Global Tensions

International tensions and nationalist politics can further weigh on the global economy this year and hinder efforts to deal with big issues such as ...

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WATCH: Inside the White House

The White House warns the government shutdown could inflict significant damage on the economy.

CBC /
Global tensions high ahead of Davos summit, warns World Economic Forum

Organizers of next week's annual gathering of business and political leaders in the Swiss ski resort of Davos say worsening international relations are hindering efforts to resolve global challenges.

Washinton Post /
Who Are the Al-Shabaab Militants Plaguing Kenya?

The al-Shabaab group in Somalia has claimed responsibility for a coordinated attack on a hotel and office complex in Nairobi, capital of neighboring Kenya, that left at least 14 people dead. The al-Qaeda affiliated group warns that attacks will continue as long as Kenya maintains its soldiers in an African Union force that is helping prop up ...

USA Today /
CNN analyst Areva Martin accused radio host David Webb of 'white privilege.' Webb is black

CNN analyst Areva Martin said Fox News contributor David Webb benefits from 'white privilege.' Webb's response: 'I'm black.'        

ABC /
IRS recalls tens of thousands of workers and warns of heavy call volume, long waits

The IRS will designate some 46,052 employees as needed for the upcoming tax season amidst the shutdown. That represents more than half of its 80,265 ...

CNN /
Honduran officials threaten prison time for migrant parents who travel illegally with minors

As a new migrant caravan begins trekking through Honduras with plans to head north, the country's government warns that parents could face prison ...

MSNBC /
PayPal and two other tech stocks to buy amid sector breakout

Software stocks are leading the tech sector in a strong start to 2019. One technical analyst says it makes sense to keep betting on the winners.

NBC /
Airlines' woes a prime example of the shutdown's wide-ranging economic impact

“If you really are losing 8 percent of your pilot force in a month, you’re not going to be able to operate very much longer than that," said one ...

Reuters /
Delta Air warns of slowing revenue growth as government shutdown weighs

Delta Air Lines Inc posted a slight beat in fourth-quarter profit on Tuesday but warned of a decline in revenue growth this quarter and difficulties in introducing new aircraft because of the U.S. partial government shutdown.

ABC /
WATCH: 'The Bachelor' Recap: Colton's first group date

The claws were out as the girls vied for Colton's attention. Senior Bachelor Analyst Jack Sheahan recaps.

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