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Gaming

Games Inbox: Nintendo Switch second year, Halo without Master Chief, and the future of Splatoon

The evening Inbox picks out the best deals in the PS4’s Japanese themed sale, as one reader warns of the dangers of piracy.

    World

    Stunning photos of redheads from around the world

    Courtesy Brian Dowling Photographer Brian Dowling is working on a portrait book of redheads around the world called "Readhead Beauty." He's photographed 130 models in 20 different countries. He hopes to help combat bullying and stigmas surrounding people

      World

      Famed Parisian Bike Network Rolls Into a Ditch

      The French capital has fallen from grace as a bike-sharing paradise that inspired cities around the world to launch programs of their own as an effort to upgrade it falters spectacularly.

        Business

        The Million-Dollar Cancer Treatment: Who Will Pay?

        A new wave of genetic-based therapies for treating cancer are creating sticker shock, as the drugs and related care for a single patient can run up close to a million dollars.

          Life & Style

          This New Fashion Site is Elevating the Everlane Look

          Full of bright, preppy and affordable basics for men and women, the Entireworld is a direct-to-consumer site that makes you actually excited to buy socks and T-shirts.

            Business

            ECB Seeks Clarity on Economy Before Next Move

            European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said policy makers needed to better understand what has caused a moderation in economic growth before they can decide on the future of the bank’s bond-buying program.

              World

              North-South Korea Meeting to Determine Their Future Ties

              Kim Jong Un will become the first North Korean leader to set foot in the South since the Korean War when he steps across the military demarcation line and shakes hands with Moon Jae-in, the South Korean president.

                Technology

                Sonos Prepares for IPO as Soon as June

                Sonos, the Santa Barbara, Calif.-based wireless-speaker company, is preparing for an initial public offering that could come as soon as June or July, and give the company a valuation of between $2.5 billion and $3 billion.

                  Technology

                  SoftBank in Talks to Buy IPO Shares of Chinese Electric-Car Maker NIO

                  Japan’s SoftBank is in talks to purchase a large chunk of shares in the upcoming initial public offering of Chinese electric-vehicle maker NIO, a move that could help bolster a multibillion-dollar valuation for the startup.

                    Business

                    U.S. Durable-Goods Orders Rose 2.6% in March

                    Demand for long-lasting U.S. factory goods rose in March due to increased aircraft orders, but an underlying proxy for business investment fell.

                      Horseracing

                      Gordon Elliott runs unbeaten superstar Samcro in the Punchestown Champion Hurdle

                      UNBEATEN Samcro will put his lofty reputation on the line in a mouthwatering renewal of the BETDAQ 2% Commission Punchestown Champion Hurdle on Friday. Gordon Elliott’s superstar six-year-old won the Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle emphatically at t

                        Travel

                        David Bowie exhibit takes over New York subway station

                        A David Bowie exhibit will be on display at the Broadway-Lafayette subway station in New York City through mid-May. The music icon lived nearby.        

                          Business

                          U.S. Jobless Claims Drop to Lowest Level Since 1969

                          The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell to the lowest level since 1969, the latest sign the labor market is firming after years of steady job growth.

                            Business

                            Shell Will Win on Gas But Is Losing on Oil​

                            Shell’s first-quarter net profit surged thanks to higher prices and natural gas output. The company’s strategic shift into natural gas makes sense long term, but has a cost now as oil rebounds.

                              World

                              Iraqi Prime Minister Tries to Bridge Ethnic Divide in Election Campaign

                              Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi made a rare visit to the capital of the semiautonomous Kurdish region on Thursday, seeking to burnish his image as a leader for all the country as he campaigns for reelection next month.

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