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The Washington Post
Carol Leonnig, Ellen Nakashima, Josh Dawsey, Tom Hamburger
– Oct 15, 6:01 PM
Turkey has demanded that the United States turn over Gulen, a permanent U.S. resident who lives in Pennsylvania, to stand trial on charges of plotting a 2016 coup attempt against Erdogan. Gulen has denied involvement in the plot. Giuliani is now…
It's a large project. Important too. One that could—and should—change the way denizens use Market Street, San Francisco's busiest artery. Today, the SF Municipal Transportation Agency board of directors will vote on the $604-million…
The fight between pro-democracy protestors in Hong Kong and the Chinese government is now playing out on the internal message boards of one of the world's largest tech companies. Google employees have set off a fiery company-wide debate in recent…
SoftBank is WeWork's biggest outside shareholder. J.P. Morgan Chase was supposed to lead its IPO. Now the two firms are trying to pull together a financing package to save the office-sharing company, according to people familiar with the matter.
By Brian Stelter, CNN Business
– Oct 15, 4:11 PM
New York(CNN Business) ProPublica is widely thought to be the gold standard of nonprofit investigative journalism. And The Texas Tribune has the same reputation on the local level, with coverage of the Lone Star State that is commonly cited as a…