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How DC Unleashed Fossil-Fuel Exports Despite Climate Worries

The Amazon of Its Day, Sears' Woes Were Years in the Making

By Jie Jenny You of the Center for Public Integrity |
Natural gas, it turns out, isn't so great for the climate, but that hasn't stopped America from sending its fossil fuels abroad.

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Harry's Launches Shaving Brand for Women

Harry's Launches Shaving Brand for Women

By Alexandra Olson | Oct 18
Harry's has carved out a niche selling men shaving razors direct to their doors. So its logical next step is Flamingo, a direct-to-consumer hair removal and body-care brand for women that launched Tuesday.

Kleenex to Rebrand 'Mansize' Tissues After Gender Complaints

Kleenex to Rebrand 'Mansize' Tissues After Gender Complaints

Oct 18
Kleenex maker Kimberly-Clark says it will re-brand its "Mansize" tissues after consumers complained the name was sexist.

Analysis: With 'America First,' Where Do Human Rights Rank?

Analysis: With 'America First,' Where Do Human Rights Rank?

By Zeke Miller, Jonathan Lemire, and Catherine Lucey | Oct 18
Trump has often appeared comfortable downplaying concerns about rights abuses and dismissing the importance of U.S. moral leadership.

Democrats' Not-So-Secret Plan to Fight Midterm Malaise

Democrats' Not-So-Secret Plan to Fight Midterm Malaise

By Juana Summers | Oct 18
It's all part of an effort to avoid the disappointment of previous elections when low turnout dashed high expectations.

Claims of Voter Suppression and 'Illegals' in Georgia

Claims of Voter Suppression and 'Illegals' in Georgia

By Ben Nadler | Oct 18
Secretary of State Brian Kemp, the Republican nominee, says Democrat Stacey Abrams and liberal allies are fighting for immigrants without legal status to cast ballots in the Nov. 6 midterm elections.

MSC Cruises Ventures Into Luxury Market

MSC Cruises Ventures Into Luxury Market

Oct 18
The first of this highly-innovative new generation of ships will come into service in Spring 2023.

After Canada Legalizes Pot, Industry Eyes Rest of the World

After Canada Legalizes Pot, Industry Eyes Rest of the World

By Rob Gillies, Gene Johnson and Tracey Lindeman | Oct 18
With national legalization taking effect Wednesday, Canada has emerged as the world leader. It's the second nation — and by far the largest — with countrywide legalization of so-called recreational pot.

After Canada Legalizes Pot, Industry Eyes Rest of the World

After Canada Legalizes Pot, Industry Eyes Rest of the World

By Rob Gillies, Gene Johnson, and Tracey Lindeman | Oct 18
Canada's federal approval has given its industry a huge advantage over its American counterpart, including unfettered access to banking and billions of dollars in investment.

Minnesota House Hopeful Calls Marriage, Fraud Claims 'Lies'

Minnesota House Hopeful Calls Marriage, Fraud Claims 'Lies'

By Amy Forliti | Oct 18
A Minnesota Democratic candidate for Congress who is poised to become the first Somali-American elected to the U.S. House has denounced claims that she married her brother and committed immigration fraud as "disgusting lies."

How DC Unleashed Fossil-Fuel Exports Despite Climate Worries

How DC Unleashed Fossil-Fuel Exports Despite Climate Worries

By Jie Jenny You of the Center for Public Integrity | Oct 17
Natural gas, it turns out, isn't so great for the climate, but that hasn't stopped America from sending its fossil fuels abroad.

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