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A partial shutdown of the U.S. government could slash job growth by as much as 500,000 in January and lift the unemployment rate above 4.0 percent unless the impasse in Washington is resolved before next Friday, economists warned. Sarah Mosss novel Ghost Wall describes how the notion of original Britishness can lead to no good. Manuela Herzer will pay back $3.25 million that Mr. Redstone had given her in gifts and money over the years. The long-running dispute had challenged Mr. Redstones mental capacity. Merkel, who is in Athens for a two-day visit, said Germany was ‘aware of our historical responsibility’ and ‘how much suffering’ it had caused Greece during the Second World War. In Duped, Ellin describes her ruinous relationship and other cases of deception.
Fangio, a 60-year-old pro head coaching rookie who was the Bears defensive coordinator, said he would stress fundamentals.
James and Denise Closs, who had worked at the Jennie-O turkey plant for years, were found dead. Their daughter, Jayme, vanished. And a town is on edge. Sounding at times like a motivational speaker, the mayor vowed to keep working to improve New Yorkers lives while taking his message to a national audience.
President Trumps affinity for strongmen is well established, but rarely has his administration offered such a striking break with diplomatic tradition. How many crazy gizmos are needed to achieve your optimum sleep environment? One of Huawei Canada’s top executives on Friday disclosed he was leaving his post after more than seven years with the Chinese telecommunications equipment maker, which is facing heightened scrutiny over security issues from Canada and its allies. The author, most recently, of the memoir Inheritance turns to family and friends for reading suggestions My 19-year-old son is a voracious reader and constantly recommends books to me. A December gain of 312,000 jobs sent stocks up more than 3 percent, and the Federal Reserve chairman offered soothing words on the central banks plans. The justices will hear oral arguments in a contentious case involving whether consumers can order from out-of-state wine shops. Casey Cizikas, who played in the Islanders last meaningful game at the Coliseum in 2015, scored the winning goal before a crowd that was raucous all night. For many office workers, working from home has replaced a day spent recovering under the covers. Print is dying but magazines about marijuana are thriving. Players set more than just their arrows flying at the Grand Slam of Darts this week, with opponents rowing over who had emitted noxious smells during their match, media reported on Saturday.
Investment firm Tiger Global Management, which oversees $23 billion in assets, told investors its hedge fund gained 13.6 percent last year. After his near-death experience, the owner of Black Label Donuts is once again selling his exotic treats, and customers are rewarding him with long lines. The attorney general signed an order this week to end the practice of requiring corporate wrongdoers to make payments to outside groups or causes. Aileen Passloff, 87, whose work will be at 92nd Street Y, talks about her career, Nijinskys ears and learning from James Waring. Many of the stories this year kept our eyes pointed toward the stars, no matter what was happening on the ground. Ride-along and interview Nokia’s Aaron Dannenbring
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif criticized Poland on Friday for jointly hosting a global summit with the United States focused on the Middle East, particularly Iran, calling it a “desperate anti-Iran circus”.
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