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In China, Xi Risks Overconfidence That Could Stoke Taiwan Tensions

State propaganda about China’s rise is stoking extreme nationalism. That could blind China to its problems, and could lead to conflict — perhaps over Taiwan.  » mehr lesen

How Russia Propaganda Is Reaching Beyond English Speakers

Social media companies have taken steps to restrict Russian state media accounts. But posts from those accounts still spread in Spanish, Arabic and other languages and in places outside the West.  » mehr...

The Long, Long Wait for a Diabetes Cure

A documentary captures the desperation and frustration of Type 1 diabetes patients in a clinical trial.  » mehr lesen

Axios Agrees to Sell Itself to Cox Enterprises for $525 Million

The digital media company’s founders, Jim VandeHei, Mike Allen and Roy Schwartz, will continue to run the company.  » mehr lesen

How Private Equity Lobbying Watered Down the Corporate Minimum Tax

The new corporate minimum tax is not law yet and is already rife with exceptions for the businesses that might have to pay it.  » mehr lesen

Axios Agrees to Sell Itself to Cox Enterprises for $525 Million

The digital media company’s founders, Jim VandeHei, Mike Allen and Roy Schwartz, will continue to run the company.  » mehr lesen

Crypto ‘Mixer’ Tornado Cash Is Blacklisted by the Treasury Department

The crackdown was the government’s latest effort to rein in the crypto industry.  » mehr lesen

Electric Cars Are Too Costly for Many, Even With Aid in Climate Bill

Battery-powered vehicles are considered essential to the fight against climate change, but most models are aimed at the affluent.  » mehr lesen

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