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The Bay Area's tech boom is hurting businesses

San Francisco may be home to some of the most affluent companies in the world, but the area continues to struggle to find minimum wage and young workers because they're increasingly priced out of the housing market.

Twelve million face famine in Yemen if bombs don't stop, WFP warns

The number of people facing starvation in Yemen could rise to nearly 12 million as conflict intensifies around the port of Hodeidah, a vital aid delivery link, the World Food Programme told CNN Monday.

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Best New Ideas in Money: This is where cryptocurrencies are actually making a difference in the world

Countries in Latin America and Africa are finding stores of value in Dash, bitcoin, ether and other cryptocurrencies.

Deadly catastrophes and the limits of human compassion

Indonesia is struggling to recover from a devastating earthquake and tsunami that killed more than 2,000 people and displaced 70,000. But why do ...

Outspoken Lululemon founder reveals why he hates 'athleisure' — the term is 'totally lame'

The world "athleisure" is practically synonymous with Lululemon, but the company's founder, Chip Wilson, says that's the last ...

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Inside Ariana Grande's Complicated Relationship With Her Fans

There's not a lot that Ariana Grande wouldn't do for her fans. She puts it all out there for her Arianators, pouring her heart into her songs, ...

World No. 1 race heats up after Djokovic's Shanghai victory

Novak Djokovic extended his incredible form at the Shanghai Masters, winning a record fourth title Sunday to set his sights on the world No. 1 spot.

Djokovic closing fast on world No. 1

Novak Djokovic extended his incredible form at the Shanghai Masters, winning a record fourth title Sunday to set his sights on the world No. 1 spot.

NY Times /
Heat and Drought Could Threaten World Beer Supply

A new study says a warming globe will be bad news for barley, an essential ingredient in the world’s most popular alcoholic beverage.

Washinton Post /
Recovery of Nepal climbers delayed by mountain’s remoteness

Officials say it took two days to recover the battered bodies of nine climbers, including one of the world’s best, who died in Nepal’s worst ...

In posthumous message, Hawking says science under threat

Stephen Hawking has spoken from beyond the grave to warn that science and education are under threat around the world

North Korea charges ‘imperialists’ with ‘cunning’ call for peace

North Korea remains wary of the outside world even as U.S. President Donald Trump said in a recent interview he trusts Kim Jong Un.

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How Meghan Markle Shared Her Pregnancy With the Royal Family

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle couldn't keep their secret any longer. Today, the world learned that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their first child together in the...

Washinton Post /
TV and radio listings: October 15

Your daily guide to the world of sports on television and radio.

Saudi Arabia minister offers to continue to serve as oil cushion, calming markets

Saudi Arabia will cover potential disruptions by even major world players through its spare capacity, the country's Energy minister Khalid Al-Falih said Monday.

EU ministers authorize sanctions for chemical weapons use worldwide

European Union foreign ministers approved the use of sanctions Monday against anyone in the world who uses chemical weapons.

The Guardian /
US retailer Sears files for bankruptcy

Former market-leading chain, which owns Kmart, to close 142 more stores this yearSears, the 125-year-old US department store chain that was once the biggest retailer in the world, has filed for bankruptcy after years of losses and mounting competition from online rivals such as Amazon.The company, which owns the discount chain Kmart, has filed for ...

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Soccer - U.S. to defend Women's World Cup title after securing qualification

World champions the United States will have a chance to defend their title at the 2019 Women's World Cup after a 6-0 win over Jamaica in the ...

The Guardian /
USA rampage past Jamaica to qualify for 2019 Women's World Cup

Alex Morgan scores twice as USWNT beat Jamaica 6-0Canada also book place in France with win over PanamaIt was only eight years ago that the US almost ...

Engadget /
Behind the wheel of Hyundai's Nexo Fuel Cell EV

Electric vehicles have yet to take over the world due to a pair of shortcomings inherent to the technology: limited range and long refueling ...

The Guardian /
USA v Jamaica: Concacaf Women's Championship – live!

USWNT will qualify for Women’s World Cup with victoryYou can email Beau with your thoughts or tweet him @duresportHow the US reinvented themselves ...

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U.S. women's soccer team routs Jamaica, seals World Cup berth

The U.S. women's national team will get the opportunity to defend its World Cup championship next summer in France after defeating Jamaica 6-0 in a semifinal of the CONCACAF qualifying tournament on Sunday in Frisco, Texas.

The Guardian /
Australian shares fall amid market jitters over oil, trade and rates – business live

Financial markets are set for a nervous start to the week amid continuing US-China trade tensions and concern about rising US borrowing costs. Follow all the action live • Saudi stocks tumble on fallout from Khashoggi disappearance • UK: forecasts say economy could see worst year since crash • Theresa May vulnerable as Brexit talks on knife-edge ...

Peter Jackson, "Lord of the Rings" director, releases WWI documentary

To mark 100 years since the end of the World War I, Peter Jackson is bringing silent black and white footage of the war to life in a unique documentary. Tina Kraus reports from London.

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