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Judge Throws Out 2 Antitrust Cases Against Facebook

Judge Throws Out 2 Antitrust Cases Against Facebook

By Cecilia Kang

The decisions were a major blow to attempts to rein in Big Tech. The judge said one of the complaints, from the Federal Trade Commission, lacked facts and gave the agency 30 days to refile it.

Trump's Lawyers Make Late Bid to Fend Off Charges Against His Business

Trump's Lawyers Make Late Bid to Fend Off Charges Against His Business

By William K. Rashbaum, Ben Protess and Jonah E. Bromwich

An indictment against the business, the Trump Organization, and a top executive, Allen Weisselberg, could come as soon as this week in Manhattan.

It's Some of America's Richest Farmland. But What Is It Without Water?

It's Some of America's Richest Farmland. But What Is It Without Water?

By Somini Sengupta

A California farmer decides it makes better business sense to sell his water than to grow rice. An almond farmer considers uprooting his trees to put up solar panels. Drought is transforming the state, with broad consequences for the food supply.

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Peering Under Vermeers Without Peeling Off the Paint

Science

Peering Under Vermeers Without Peeling Off the Paint

By Kenneth Chang

High-tech scanning techniques used by geologists, planetary scientists, drug companies and the military are revealing secrets of how artists created their masterpieces.

Vaccine Mandates Are Coming. Good.

Opinion | Guest Essay

Vaccine Mandates Are Coming. Good.

By Aaron E. Carroll

The United States has always needed mandates to overcome serious diseases

Today's Videos

Searching for the Lost Graves of Louisiana's Enslaved People

Video Video: Searching for the Lost Graves of Louisiana's Enslaved People

By Alexandra Eaton, Christoph Koettl, Quincy G. Ledbetter, Victoria Simpson and Aaron Byrd

There are thousands of enslaved people buried in Louisiana's industrial corridor. But their locations have remained a mystery. Until now. Using historical maps and aerial photos, we can locate these possible graves.

Fire Breaks Out at Major London Train Station

Video Video: Fire Breaks Out at Major London Train Station

By Storyful

A blaze at Elephant and Castle train station in London caused flames to erupt into the street and sent plumes of smoke over parts of the city. Officials said the fire was not related to terrorism.

Video Shows Dramatic Crash at Tour de France

Video Video: Video Shows Dramatic Crash at Tour de France

By Reuters

A Tour de France spectator on the side of the road held up a sign that hit the German rider Tony Martin. He fell and caused a pileup of dozens of more riders. The French police are looking for the spectator.

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