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The Week in Tech: Are Smartphones Interesting Again?

By Daisuke Wakabayashi

Amazing as it may sound, phone makers are doing more than just adding fancy new cameras.

Global Entry Ban: The Feud Between Trump and New York

By Rebecca Liebson

The president has become increasingly disillusioned with the state where he made his name and with the man who leads it, Governor Andrew Cuomo.

The Andrew Yang Exit Interview

By Lisa Lerer

He thinks New York City should offer a universal basic income. (And he hasn’t ruled out running for mayor.)

Boris Johnson Reshapes U.K. Government

By Stephen Castle

A cabinet reshuffle on Thursday aimed to put a new stamp on the government and freshen the Conservative Party’s leadership.

Andy Rubin’s Start-Up, Essential Products, Shuts Down

By Daisuke Wakabayashi and Erin Griffith

The smartphone company founded by Mr. Rubin, a former Google executive, struggled to win over customers.

Andy Rubin’s Start-Up, Essential Products, Shuts Down

By Daisuke Wakabayashi and Erin Griffith

The smartphone company founded by Mr. Rubin, a former Google executive, struggled to win over customers.

Global Entry Ban: Cuomo Offers Compromise to Trump on N.Y. Applicants

By Jesse McKinley and Azi Paybarah

The governor will meet with the president on Thursday to discuss the ban on N.Y.-based applications to Trusted Traveler programs.

Andrew Yang Drops Out of Presidential Race

By Matt Stevens

Mr. Yang, an entrepreneur with no previous political experience, mounted a long-shot presidential campaign that promoted a universal basic income and persisted well beyond expectations.

5 Takeaways From the New Hampshire Primary

By Lisa Lerer and Shane Goldmacher

Bernie Sanders is the front-runner, and Joe Biden is in serious trouble. Here’s what happened in the first primary of the 2020 race.

The Field: Iowa’s Aftershocks in New Hampshire

The first primary of the presidential election process usually helps weed out the weaker candidates. But will that happen this year?

Prosecutors want Roger Stone to serve more than 7 years in prison

By Andrew O'Reilly

Federal prosecutors are asking a judge to sentence former Trump confidant and GOP operative Roger Stone between 87 and 108 months in prison after being found guilty last year on seven counts of obstruction, witness tampering and making false statements to Congress on charges that stemmed from former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.

Federal judge indefinitely postpones sentencing of Michael Flynn

By Andrew O'Reilly

A federal judge on Monday indefinitely postponed the sentencing date for President Trump’s former National Security Adviser, Michael Flynn, on charges of lying to the FBI in the Russia investigation.

Andrew Yang’s Campaign Is Riding on New Hampshire

By Matt Stevens

The political outsider did not get pledged delegates (or a boost) from Iowa and is in need of money and momentum. Can Granite State voters keep his campaign viable?

β€˜There is overlap’ between EU’s green trillions, says EIB energy chief

By Sam Morgan

The European Investment Bank decided to scrub its loan books of fossil fuels in 2019 but the lender's head of energy policy, Andrew McDowell, insists that there is more to the change of direction than ditching coal and gas.

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