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IMF downgrades global economic outlook again
AB InBev makes revised proposal to buy SABMiller
Did Cronkite’s porcelain gift really come from Hitler’s urinal?
Once the biggest buyer, China starts dumping U.S. government debt
U.S. general urges slower drawdown of troops in Afghanistan
Fiorina’s H-P tenure: A disputed legacy
Overseas loans by banks in Hong Kong dropped in August, the month China devalued the yuan
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Two of China’s biggest tech startups are nearing a mega-merger
Trans-Pacific Partnership is mixed bag for Asian firms
The best and worst places to die around the world.
At home, chef Blaine Wetzel keeps it real—and really simple
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At town-hall events, Bernie Sanders largely sticks to the script
Tesla’s new Model X mystery
House conservatives pose a hurdle for Kevin McCarthy’s rise to speaker
Cashew, almond and hazelnut spreads are pushing peanut butter out of lunchboxes.
Toyota aims to make self-driving cars by 2020 to counter rivals like Google Inc.
Pharmaceutical companies' U.S. revenue growth for leading drugs has far outpaced demand.
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Good news—the old clothes in your closet are appearing on the runway at Saint Laurent
A fond memory for some Patriots players: That one time Bill Belichick said “Good Job.”
Second season of ‘Manhattan’ explores the moral questions around creation of the nuclear bomb
A rare show for Frank Auerbach, perhaps Britain’s greatest living artist
Cashew and almond butters — new alternatives to peanut butter are taking over lunch
A young Steven Spielberg worried about his dad talking to Ukrainian pals on the ham radio

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