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Printer Who Nixed Gay Pride Shirt Goes to Ky. Supreme Court

Suspect in Huge Capital One Breach Seeks Release from Jail

A Kentucky print shop owner who refused to make a gay pride T-shirt argued before the Kentucky Supreme Court that he shouldn't be compelled to promote messages that go against...

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Jewish Groups Speaking Out Against Trump Immigration Policy

Jewish Groups Speaking Out Against Trump Immigration Policy

By Sophia Tareen | Aug 25
From fiery protests outside detention centers in Texas, New Jersey and Rhode Island to a sit-in that blockaded an Amazon store in New York, a fledgling coalition of liberal Jewish groups is increasingly making itself heard.

Powerful, Obscure Law is Basis for Trump 'order' on Trade

Powerful, Obscure Law is Basis for Trump 'order' on Trade

By Zeke Miller | Aug 25
President Donald Trump is threatening to use the emergency authority granted by a powerful but obscure federal law to make good on his tweeted "order" to U.S. businesses to cut ties in China amid a spiraling trade war between the two nations.

California Pot Taxes Tick Up but Miss Initial Projections

California Pot Taxes Tick Up but Miss Initial Projections

By Michael R. Blood | Aug 25
When it comes to tax money from marijuana sales, California is living with diminished expectations.

Teacher Shortage, Protests Complicate Educator Pay Dynamics

Teacher Shortage, Protests Complicate Educator Pay Dynamics

By Morgan Smith and Sally Ho | Aug 25
The National Education Association's latest salary data estimates the average public school teacher in the U.S. saw a 2% pay raise over the past two years since the national Red4Ed protest movement spread across the U.S.

As Gannett, GateHouse Merge, Newspaper Cost-Cutting Persists

As Gannett, GateHouse Merge, Newspaper Cost-Cutting Persists

By Tali Arbel and Alexandra Olson | Aug 25
Just a week after announcing its $1.4 billion acquisition of Gannett , GateHouse Media was again laying off journalists and other workers at its newspapers, possibly foreshadowing the future awaiting employees.

G-7 Leaders Huddle over Teetering World Economy

G-7 Leaders Huddle over Teetering World Economy

Aug 25
Leaders of major world economies are meeting to discuss the shaky world economy amid trade disputes and uncertainty over U.S. President Donald Trump's policies.

Trump Faces Limits of Go-It-Alone Stance At Global Summit

Trump Faces Limits of Go-It-Alone Stance At Global Summit

By Zeke Miller, Darlene Superville, and Jill Colvin | Aug 24
President Donald Trump heads into a summit with global economic powers confronting the consequences of his preference for going it alone in a polarized nation and an interconnected world.

Is Trump's Economic Team Up for A Trade War?

Is Trump's Economic Team Up for A Trade War?

By Josh Boak, Jonathan Lemire, and Jill Colvin | Aug 24
Trump has built a crew of economic advisers known more for their allegiance to him than their policy chops.

As Global Economic Picture Dims, Solutions Seem Out of Reach

As Global Economic Picture Dims, Solutions Seem Out of Reach

By Paul Wiseman, David McHugh, and Josh Boak | Aug 24
Barely a year after most of the world's major countries were enjoying an unusual moment of shared prosperity, the global economy may be at risk of returning to the rut it tumbled into after the financial crisis of 2007-2009.

Texas Gun Rights Lobby Pushing Back on Calls for New Laws

Texas Gun Rights Lobby Pushing Back on Calls for New Laws

By Jim Vertuno | Aug 24
Texas' muscular gun-rights lobby swiftly pushed back after Gov. Greg Abbott raised the possibility of tighter firearms laws in response to a gunman killing 22 people at an El Paso Walmart.

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