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Dubai Bets Billions That Expo 2020 Won't Be a Desert Mirage

Dubai Bets Billions That Expo 2020 Won't Be a Desert Mirage

By Jon Gambrell | Oct 17
This is the site of Expo 2020, a world's fair that will be hosted by a city-state that is already home to the world's tallest building, the busiest airport for international travel, an indoor ski slope and other modern marvels.

Retail Worry: Will Wine and Cheese Tariffs Hurt Holiday Sales?

Retail Worry: Will Wine and Cheese Tariffs Hurt Holiday Sales?

By Joyce M. Rosenberg | Oct 17
The tariffs the Trump administration is about to impose on wine, liquor and cheese from Europe couldn't come at a worse time for small retailers.

You CAN Try This at Home: Cookbook Serves Up TV, Movie Foods

You CAN Try This at Home: Cookbook Serves Up TV, Movie Foods

By Melissa Rayworth | Oct 17
"Binging with Babish: 100 Recipes Recreated from Your Favorite Movies and TV Shows" offers edible inspiration from some of our favorite fictional characters.

Women Are Having A Greater Impact on NBA Than Ever Before

Women Are Having A Greater Impact on NBA Than Ever Before

By Kyle Hightower | Oct 17
Welcome to the new-look NBA, in which women's footprints are directly impacting every aspect of the game — from broadcasting booths, to officiating, coaching on the sidelines, front-office executives to ownership.

Library Exhibit Offers Glimpse into Salinger's Life and Work

Library Exhibit Offers Glimpse into Salinger's Life and Work

By Hillel Italie | Oct 17
J.D. Salinger thought of including his generation's idea of a trigger alert as he worked on "The Catcher in the Rye."

Kansas Lawmaker Who Left GOP Running for Senate As Democrat

Kansas Lawmaker Who Left GOP Running for Senate As Democrat

By John Hanna | Oct 17
One of four Kansas legislators who made headlines last year by defecting from the Republican Party is running for the U.S. Senate as a "pragmatic" Democrat, entering a race in which some GOP leaders are worried about Kris Kobach's chances.

Scientists Discover Big Storms Can Create 'Stormquakes'

Scientists Discover Big Storms Can Create 'Stormquakes'

By Seth Borenstein | Oct 17
Scientists have discovered a mash-up of two feared disasters — hurricanes and earthquakes — and they're calling them "stormquakes."

Trump Rule May Mean 1 Million Kids Lose Automatic Free Lunch

Trump Rule May Mean 1 Million Kids Lose Automatic Free Lunch

By Candice Choi | Oct 17
Nearly a million children could lose their automatic eligibility for free school lunches under a Trump administration proposal that would reduce the number of people who get food stamps.

Mounting Venezuela Exodus Sparks Fears of Rising Xenophobia

Mounting Venezuela Exodus Sparks Fears of Rising Xenophobia

By Christine Armario | Oct 17
In recent weeks, several videos on social media in Peru have shown migrants being assaulted, threatened or harassed, sparking concerns that xenophobic attacks on the newcomers are mounting.

Google Touts Privacy Options, but Still Depends on Your Data

Google Touts Privacy Options, but Still Depends on Your Data

By Rachel Lerman | Oct 17
Google's latest phone and smart-home devices came packaged with a not-so-subtle message: Google cares about your privacy. Does it?

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