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Newsdeck: Boeing Jet’s Radio Messages Showed Immediate Trouble, NYT Says

The captain of the Boeing Co. 737 Max 8 asked in a panicky voice to turn back only three minutes ...
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Newsdeck: Airbnb Loses Major Fight Over California City’s Rental Law

The ruling Wednesday by a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit is a setback for the home-sharing platforms in their ...
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Newsdeck: Beto O’Rourke Said to Jump Into Democratic Race for President

O’Rourke was prepared to make a formal announcement on Thursday and planned to head to Iowa, the site of the ...
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Newsdeck: Whatever Happens to Brexit, Here’s the Damage to Britain So Far

Prime Minister Theresa May’s defeat again in Parliament on Tuesday evening leaves Britain likely to seek a delay to Brexit. The EU needs ...
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Newsdeck: Singapore Grounds All Boeing 737 Max Flights: Boeing Update

Boeing tumbled the most on the S&P 500 Index on Monday as questions swirled around the newest version of its ...
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Newsdeck: Pound Jumps as May Gets New Brexit Deal Ahead of Parliament Vote

Sterling climbed as much as 1.1 percent after gaining 1 percent on Monday amid optimism that progress is finally being ...
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Newsdeck: Manafort Gets Almost 4 Years for Fraud After Facing 24-Year Term

Manafort, 69, faced the prospect of spending the rest of his life in prison, but got a break Thursday from ...
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Newsdeck: Spotify, Google Appeal Ruling That Boosted Songwriter Payments

Songwriters celebrated last year when the Copyright Royalty Board ruled that they will get at least a 15.1 percent share ...
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Newsdeck: May Outlines Brexit Plan to Avoid Hard Border With Ireland

The government will set up three advisory groups to help develop arrangements that could be used from the beginning of ...
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Newsdeck: May Outlines Brexit Plan to Avoid Hard Border With Ireland

The government will set up three advisory groups to help develop arrangements that could be used from the beginning of ...
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