By a large majority Wednesday, the British House of Commons gave Prime Minister Theresa May the authority to begin talks to leave the EU. It's not the last vote, but it may be the most important.
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The technology sector is being criticized for killing jobs by having robots and algorithms replace human labor. Facebook developed a way to help regular people make money in the Internet economy.
Rex Tillerson, the former oil company CEO, will now head America's foreign policy, as skeptical diplomats wait for what's next.
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Republicans suspended committee rules this morning to advance the nominations for Health and Human Services and Treasury. Democrats staged another boycott over Trump's pick for the EPA.
California has the country's largest Latino population. And they are tied to the state's economic prosperity. A new study analyzes how they're doing.
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The plan would cover nearly 80,000 Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche vehicles that contain what U.S. regulators have called a cheating mechanism.
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Airlines employ people from all over the world, including staff from countries barred by Trump's immigration order. Now they're hurrying to reroute any crew members who could be affected.
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The iPhone is coming through for Apple following a year of slow sales. It looks like the iPhone 7 is a hit — despite some initial anger over its lack of a headphone jack.
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Members of the North Dakota congressional delegation say the acting secretary of the army has ordered the Corps of Engineers to proceed with an easement needed to complete the pipeline.
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Say you got kicked off Facebook and need to get back on — to talk to friends or run your small business. A Google search for "Facebook Customer Service" can lead to a surprise. A bad one.
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Aides from the president's campaign are working with a group that will not have to reveal donors. Contributors will fund efforts to promote his goals without revealing their role.
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Democrats boycotted a meeting of the Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday morning, preventing the panel from voting on nominees to lead the departments of the Treasury and health and human services.
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President Trump "is determined to protect the rights of all Americans, including the LGBTQ community," the White House says.
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Toyota had held the top spot since 2012. Strong demand for VW vehicles in China was more than enough to overcome the PR fallout from VW's emissions cheating scandal.
U.S. employers are reacting to Friday's temporary ban on immigrants from seven mostly Muslim countries. Many are drastically curtailing business travel by some of their workers.
Consumer advocates say that these short-term policies, often in force for six months or less, don't have important safeguards that customers need. But the coverage can be cheaper.
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People continue to enroll in Affordable Care Act coverage, even as huge questions loom about where millions of people will find health care in a year.
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Fred Korematsu fought the internment camps for Japanese-Americans during World War II. Today he would be 98. But Google's choice to make him the Doodle focus doesn't seem like a total coincidence.
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Kentucky has already enacted a bill that would prohibit labor unions from forcing non-union members to pay fees to the union. Lawmakers in Missouri and New Hampshire are debating similar bills.
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How can you stay digitally connected without feeling intruded upon? WNYC's five-day plan hopes to take the mystery out of digital privacy and improve lives both online and off.
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