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Today β€” November 21st 2018Your RSS feeds

Race for lithium illustrates EU drive for β€˜strategic’ raw materials

By FrΓ©dΓ©ric Simon

The European Union is accelerating plans to develop lithium mining and refining capacity on its territory as part of a concerted EU push to develop a strategic value chain for manufacturing electric car batteries inside Europe.

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Glamour Magazine to Cease Regular Print Publication

By JACLYN PEISER

The move is part of a general belt-tightening at Condé Nast. The old print schedule “doesn’t make sense anymore,” says its digital-first editor, Samantha Barry.

In Mississippi, Issues of Race Complicate a Senate Election

By ASTEAD W. HERNDON and ALEXANDER BURNS

An election that seemed a sure win for the Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith has become competitive after she made widely criticized remarks referencing “a public hanging.”

A Perfect Target for Cybercriminals

By ARI MAHAIRAS and PETER J. BESHAR

America’s water supply is increasingly digitized, and increasingly vulnerable.

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RNC backs Trump attack on retired Navy Admiral William McRaven

By Samuel Chamberlain

The Republican National Committee Monday backed comments by President Trump that were critical of retired Navy Admiral William McRaven, best known for overseeing the Navy SEAL operation that resulted in the death of Al Qaeda leader Usama bin Laden.

RNC backs Trump attack on retired Navy Admiral William McRaven

By Samuel Chamberlain

The Republican National Committee Monday backed comments by President Trump that were critical of retired Navy Admiral William McRaven, best known for overseeing the Navy SEAL operation that resulted in the death of Al Qaeda leader Usama bin Laden.

The Biggest, Richest Cities Won Amazon, and Everything Else. What Now for the Rest?

By NEIL IRWIN

Various approaches could lessen the economic shocks that globalization and technological change have delivered. Some might even be bipartisan.

Charges of Vote Stealing in Florida Portend More Distrust in System for 2020

By GLENN THRUSH and JEREMY W. PETERS

More than just a flashback to 2000, the Florida recount is an ominous dry run for messaging about vote-stealing that will further erode confidence in the election process.

Trump Cried β€˜Fraud’ in Florida. Ron DeSantis Said, Tone It Down.

By GLENN THRUSH and PATRICIA MAZZEI

Ron DeSantis has taken a quiet, nonconfrontational approach during the fractious recount that preceded his victory as governor.

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