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Opinion | Bushwa About Balzac

Sept. 18, 2023 6:00 pm ETYou’ve probably heard the adage that “behind every great fortune is a great crime.” It’s attributed to the French novelist Honoré de Balzac...

Opinion | How California Does (In) Business

Sacramento subverts democracy to extort fast-food restaurants. Source link

Opinion | Credit Unions Stray Far From Their Mission

The nonprofits meant to help ‘persons of modest means’ are instead splashing out on ads, merging with other credit unions and even buying commercial banks. Source link

Opinion | Disney Fights, the NFL Wins

Aaron Rodgers and the Jets provide some nonalgorithmic programming. Source link

Opinion | Soviet-Era Treasures Burn in Tbilisi

A fire at a Georgian film-storage facility should urge us to safeguard our cinematic heritage before it’s too late. Source link

Opinion | It’s Getting Harder—and Expensive—to Watch Sports on TV

The NFL and other sports leagues risk alienating casual fans if they keep pushing games to costly streaming options. Source link

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A rivalry that predates the Civil War is about to heat up with a vote on subsidizing a new stadium

A 170-year-old rivalry is flaring up as Kansas lawmakers try to snatch the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs away from Missouri even though economists...

A rare flesh-eating bacteria with a ‘terrifying’ mortality rate that can kill people in 48 hours is spreading in Japan

A disease caused by a rare “flesh-eating bacteria” that can kill people within 48 hours is spreading in Japan after the country relaxed...

Meet the co-owner of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks: A casino mogul trying to bring gambling to a reluctant state

As Game 3 of the NBA Finals tipped off at the American Airlines Center on Wednesday, Patrick Dumont, the new co-owner of the...

NASA says Voyager 1 is fully back online months after it stopped making sense

Voyager 1, the farthest human-made craft from the Earth, is finally sending back data from all four of its scientific instruments, NASA said...

Colliding hot and cold fronts whipsaw the U.S. with extreme heat, flooding, and a chance of snow

After days of intense flooding in Florida, that state and many others are bracing for an intense heat wave, while the Pacific Northwest will experience...