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Hong Kong Employees Are Hiding Their Activism as China Forces Their Employers to Take Sides

Cathay Pacific and the Big 4 accounting firms have publicly denounced protests in Hong Kong, but their employees are among those protesting

Column: Netanyahu's Defense Treaty with Trump Is a Bad Idea. Just as Well It's Only a Gimmick

A formal US-Israel defense pact bears thinking about, write Alon Pinkas and Gilead Sher, but this is nothing more than a hollow stunt

Column: Why Ignoring Africa's Climate Change Problem Could Have Devastating Effects

The most under-resourced parts of the world bear the brunt of the climate change crisis, Graça Machel writes

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James Mattis' new book says surprisingly little about his time in the Trump Administration as Defense Secretary

In New York, Elizabeth Warren Makes Fighting Corruption a Feminist Rallying Cry

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James Corden Claps Back At Bill Maher’s ‘Insulting’ Fat-Shaming Comments

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