The New York Post: Elon Musk calls Thailand cave rescue diver a ‘pedo’ in Twitter outburst

Elon Musk launched a vicious Twitter attack Sunday against one of the divers who helped rescue a group of boys from a Thai cave last week, calling him a “pedo” after the diver criticized the Tesla TSLA, +0.68%   chief’s failed bid to aid the situation. Vern Unsworth – who was on the international team […]

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The Wall Street Journal: Boeing weighs first new airliner since Dreamliner

LONDON—Boeing Co. Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg said the aerospace giant will decide next year whether to pursue a new multibillion-dollar commercial airliner project—its first in about 15 years. “We’re advancing our business case,” Muilenburg said at a news conference Sunday. “Our plan is to make a launch decision on that airplane in 2019. We still […]

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The Wall Street Journal: ‘Skyscraper’ stumbles as ‘Hotel Transylvania 3’ tops weekend box office

The man many consider to be Hollywood’s biggest star took a tumble at the box office this weekend. “Skyscraper,” starring Dwayne Johnson as a former FBI agent trying to rescue his family from a burning tower, opened to an estimated $25.5 million in the U.S. and Canada. It was No. 3 at the domestic box […]

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The Wall Street Journal: France wins World Cup with 4-2 victory over Croatia

MOSCOW—No team came into this World Cup with more simmering brilliance in its squad than France. With goalscoring talent up and down its lineup, it was a murderer’s row just waiting to be set loose onto the rest of the soccer-playing planet. Les Bleus brought so much talent, in fact, even when they reached the […]

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The Wall Street Journal: Wimbledon 2018: Novak Djokovic beats Kevin Anderson to capture fourth title

WIMBLEDON, England—At the French Open last month, Novak Djokovic was disgusted. He lost to an unseeded opponent, the type of player Djokovic would normally destroy. The defeat hurt so much that he had no idea what he would do next. “I don’t know if I’m going to play on grass,” Djokovic said after the loss. […]

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Key Words: President Trump has ‘low expectations’ for summit with Putin

President Donald Trump says expectations are low ahead of a highly anticipated Monday meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to an interview with “CBS Evening News,” days after the Justice Department announced indictments against 12 Russians over alleged interference in the 2016 election. ‘I go in with low expectations …I’m not going with high […]

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Renters, this is how many years it takes to save up for a down payment on a home

For renters who want to own their homes one day, the journey to build up enough savings for a down payment will be a long one. A new report from Zillow Z, -0.40%  subsidiary HotPads, a rental search website, looked at the average renter nationwide to see how long it would take them to build […]

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She posted a photo on Facebook moments before taking her own life—it took her family days to remove it

Gillian Luchejko, a 46-year-old client services manager in New Jersey, first found out her sister Pamela Elarabi had killed herself on Facebook. Elarabi posted a photo of herself on the social-networking site as she prepared to take her own life. The photo appeared at the top of Luchejko’s Facebook feed. On the evening of Friday, […]

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In the wake of #MeToo, more U.S. companies reviewed their sexual harassment policies

The #MeToo and #TimesUp movements led to a spike in the amount of reported sexual harassment across the country, specifically in office settings. Settling these claims, which often takes place outside of court, not only has repercussions for a company’s image but typically costs an organization between $75,000 and $125,000.The highest compensation a victim of […]

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New York, the city that never sleeps—and that’s a problem for residents

New York is the city that never sleeps. But some New Yorkers have a different way of looking at it. “New York is a city that never stops,” says Lindsay Goldwert, an editorial director at personal-finance site Stash. She’s not wrong: It’s a city with more than 8.5 million people who are all paying some […]

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