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Court Gives T.S.A. Screeners Immunity From Abuse Lawsuits

Court Gives T.S.A. Screeners Immunity From Abuse Lawsuits

Security lines at Denver International Airport. An appeals court has ruled that screeners with the Transportation Security Administration are not law enforcement officers and are therefore immune from being sued for misconduct.

Fox News Once Gave Trump a Perch. Now It’s His Bullhorn.

Fox News Once Gave Trump a Perch. Now It’s His Bullhorn.

In a “Fox & Friends” interview in February, President Trump recalled his long relationship with the show.

Toyota and Mazda Choose Alabama for $1.6 Billion Car Plant

Toyota and Mazda Choose Alabama for $1.6 Billion Car Plant

Gov. Kay Ivey congratulating Akio Toyoda, the chief executive of Toyota Motor, on Wednesday at an event announcing that Huntsville, Ala., had been chosen for a $1.6 billion plant to build cars for Toyota and Mazda.

Modi May Pay the Price as India’s A.T.M.s Run Out of Cash Again

Modi May Pay the Price as India’s A.T.M.s Run Out of Cash Again

A customer being rebuffed by an A.T.M. in New Delhi. India’s government says an unusual spurt in demand has caused a shortage of cash, but economists say it is primarily the government’s fault.

Hey, Brothers, Can You Spare a Cough Drop?

Hey, Brothers, Can You Spare a Cough Drop?

A new campaign for Smith Brothers cough drops features a descendant of the brand's namesake siblings.

Investors Spooked at Specter of Central Banks Halting Bond-Buying Spree

Investors Spooked at Specter of Central Banks Halting Bond-Buying Spree

The headquarters of the People’s Bank of China in Beijing. Investors were rattled by a report that China’s central bank, which owns $1.2 trillion in United States Treasury bills, may be poised to slow or even halt its buying of United States debt.

Her Job: Help the Troops Do Theirs

Her Job: Help the Troops Do Theirs

Veronica Cintron, a materials engineer at Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems in Largo, Fla., is called on when there’s a problem with the military communications equipment the company makes.

India Wants to Give Half a Billion People Free Health Care

India Wants to Give Half a Billion People Free Health Care

Patients waiting to register at a government hospital in Bhopal, India, on Thursday. Government-run hospitals are theoretically free for everyone, but quality is poor and corruption is endemic.

Investors Fret About a Trade War, but They Aren’t Fleeing the Stock Market

Investors Fret About a Trade War, but They Aren’t Fleeing the Stock Market

Trader Gregory Rowe working on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Friday. Even though the prospect of a trade war unnerves many on Wall Street, investors appear to believe any collateral damage would be manageable.

Don’t Listen to Washington, Tourist Organizations Try Telling Foreigners

Don’t Listen to Washington, Tourist Organizations Try Telling Foreigners

Tourism marketing for New York has emphasized a spirit that the city’s tourism organization thought was missing in Washington, a spokesman said.

Italy Is Having an Election. Most Italians Are Too Depressed to Care.

Italy Is Having an Election. Most Italians Are Too Depressed to Care.

In Taranto’s Tamburi neighborhood, residents have grown accustomed to watching young people move away.

Tiger Woods Is Back. Will Sponsors Buy In?

Tiger Woods Is Back. Will Sponsors Buy In?

At the Valspar Championship in early March, Tiger Woods was in contention until the final hole, attracting huge crowds along the way.

Demystifying the Blockchain

Demystifying the Blockchain

From Bitcoin to Litecoin to Ethereum, we explain how cryptocurrency transactions work.

Trump’s Trade War With China Is Officially Underway

Trump’s Trade War With China Is Officially Underway

China’s explosive rise was a shock to the global trading system. For decades, Western economies like the United States have struggled with the growth of this economic powerhouse.

They Tried to Boycott Facebook, Apple and Google. They Failed.

They Tried to Boycott Facebook, Apple and Google. They Failed.

Rayven Bruzzese, a sign-language student in Philadelphia, deleted Facebook in March because she found it upsetting. Now she spends time on Instagram — which is owned by Facebook.

Fatal Tesla Crash Raises New Questions About Autopilot System

Fatal Tesla Crash Raises New Questions About Autopilot System

Tesla’s semi-autonomous driving system, shown here in 2015, is coming under new scrutiny after a fatal crash on March 23 in California occurred while the Autopilot feature was engaged.


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