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Western business leaders, including Virgin Group founder Richard Branson and tech investor Steve Case, distanced themselves from Saudi Arabia over the disappearance and alleged murder of Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi.

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Richard Branson halts $1B project with Saudi Arabia over Khashoggi disappearance

Virgin Group founder Richard Branson has suspended a $1 billion investment project with Saudi Arabia due to the disappearance of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi. Branson made the announcement Thursday as US Senators sparked an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the mystery of...

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The "ocean economy" of Nassau and Suffolk counties generates $2.4 billion in activity per year, said Richard Vogel, dean of Farmingdale State's business school.

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Melissa McCarthy has been drumming up Oscar buzz for her performance in the upcoming drama Can You Ever Forgive Me?, and it's not hard to see why. In this exclusive clip, the actress - who's known for her exceptional comedic talents - shows off her dramatic chops as Lee Israel, a real-life magazine...

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Richard Gregory Bauer didn’t hide his identity when he gathered information to hack into the email and social media accounts of his female friends, family members and co-workers. In some cases, the U.S. attorney’s office said, he told them via Facebook that he was working on a class project...

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Richard Gregory Bauer didn’t hide his identity when he gathered information to hack into the email and social media accounts of his female friends, family members and co-workers. In some cases, the U.S. attorney’s office said, he told them via Facebook that he was working on a class project...

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Bay Area housing rules perpetuate racism, segregation, ‘Color of Law’ author says at SF event

The Bay Area's housing rules -- from zoning restrictions to public housing regulations -- segregated our cities, and are keeping them segregated, 'Color of Law' author Richard Rothstein told a San Francisco audience Wednesday.

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Suh Se Ok’s ink paintings; Kyle Staver’s mythical figures; Trisha Baga’s psychedelic installation; B. Wurtz’s “Domestic Space”; and Richard Stankiewicz’s metal sculptures.

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The Federal Reserve was raising interest rates and the president wasn’t happy about it. No, it wasn’t President Trump, who has repeatedly taken the unusual step of publicly criticizing the independent central bank. It was another volatile president — Richard Nixon — and the experience...

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Survivor host Jeff Probst weighs in on Natalie Napalm

Each week, host Jeff Probst will answer a few questions about the latest episode of Survivor: David vs. Goliath. ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: I can’t believe we’re talking about the weather again, but that challenge! The rain was pouring down like crazy, and yet almost everyone was all smiles. Is that...

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