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As Brexit Triggered, European and Asian Rivals Circle for London’s Financial Crown

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The Eurostar rail link beneath the English Channel, now 23 years old, once symbolized the bonds between Europe and Britain that many thought unbreakable. It was an appropriate way then for London Mayor Sadiq Khan, an ardent supporter of Britain’s EU membership, to depart Paris Tuesday following a.. »more

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Real Madrid soccer standout Cristiano Ronaldo gets into the denim game with the launch of CR7

Cristiano Ronaldo has expensive taste.When the Real Madrid soccer player isn’t on the field, he likes to wear denim from Balmain, Givenchy and Dsquared2. But oftentimes, these brands don’t fit him off the rack. This dilemma was the starting point for CR7, his men’s denim brand that will be..
L.A. Times


Private Funeral Held for Singer George Michael in London

Best-selling British superstar singer George Michael was buried in London on Wednesday in a private funeral some three months after his death on Christmas Day, his publicist said. Several luxury cars with blacked-out windows arrived and later left Highgate Cemetery in north London, Reuters reporters..
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Chile to Shore Up Capital’s Climate-Change Defenses

Reducing inequality, securing water supplies and strengthening disaster prevention is crucial to bolster Chile’s quake-prone capital against climate change and other hazards, Santiago’s authorities said. In a new strategy to make the city more resilient, they laid out plans this week to cut..
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Trump taps Chris Christie to lead fight against nation's opioid addiction crisis

After being unceremoniously dropped from President Donald Trump's transition team, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is dipping his toes into the administration as he takes the lead of a White House commission to combat drug addiction.

Trump kicked off a commission to combat the growing..
L.A. Times

Supreme Court rules merchants may pursue free-speech challenge to disclose credit cards fees
Merchants may soon have the right to tell customers they will pay a surcharge if they use a credit card rather than pay with cash.

The Supreme Court cast doubt Wednesday on laws in California, New York, Florida and seven other states that make it illegal for sellers to "impose a surcharge"..
L.A. Times

Driver Detained after Hitting Capitol Police Car
Police in Washington say a driver ran into a U.S. Capitol police vehicle Wednesday morning and was taken into custody. There were reports that shots were fired at the vehicle. Streets near the U.S. Capitol were closed. Details of the incident are still coming in.    
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Bob Dylan Archives Open in Oklahoma; Public Center Planned
Part of music icon Bob Dylan's once-secret 6,000-piece archive, including thousands of hours of studio sessions, film reels and caches of unpublished lyrics, has opened in Oklahoma. More than 1,000 pieces of the collection spanning Dylan's six-decade career are available to scholars at the Gilcrease..
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State Department Official Charged with Lying About Gifts from Chinese Agents
A long-time U.S. State Department employee has been arrested on charges of lying to investigators about numerous contacts and gifts she got from Chinese intelligence agents. The Justice Department says Candace Marie Claiborne pleaded not guilty before a federal judge. Claiborne has been a State..
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