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Israel steps up Gaza ground offensive to destroy Hamas tunnels

Former Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. Daniel Ayalon on the Israeli ground offensive in Gaza.

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  1. N.Y.C. Suspends Some Service On 4 Subway Lines

    New York's Metropolitan Transit Authority suspended some services on its 1, 2, 3 and 7 lines, the authority said on its website Wednesday. The 1 train is not running...

  2. Japan Stocks Move Lower As Dollar Weakens

    Japanese stocks slipped Tuesday, with the benchmark index slightly extending losses from the previous session as Japan's currency strengthened against the U.S. dolla...

  3. Why Location Matters in Real Estate

    Ask just about any real estate agent to list the three most important things a property should have, and you'll likely hear: "location, location, location." That phr...

  4. San Francisco BART Workers Likely To Strike

    Transit workers in the San Francisco Bay Area appeared likely to go on strike at midnight local time (3 a.m. Friday U.S. Eastern time), reports said. Union employees...

  5. Top 4 Cybersecurity Threats for SMBs

    Your business is increasingly attractive to digital thieves looking to drain your accounts. Here are four ways to protect your company.

  6. Most Popular Apps for Entrepreneurs

    Entrepreneurs share the seventeen up-and-coming apps that have caught their attention recently. 

  7. Enterprising Street Performer Making $60-per-Hour

    Street performer ‘Verbal Ase’ says he often makes more than $60 per hour performing in New York City.

  8. Report: Goldman's Inside Track on U.S. Oil-by-Rail Boom

    While the role of Goldman Sachs Group Inc (NYSE:GS) in global metals markets has fallen under a harsh regulatory spotlight this summer, the bank has also quietly enj...

  9. SF Bay Area May Again Avoid Rail-transit Strike

    The San Francisco Bay Area may again be spared a strike against its major commuter railroad after a state-court judge indicated Sunday he would grant California Gov....

  10. BART Strike Looms As Negotiations Go Into Weekend

    San Francisco Bay area commuters braced for another transit strike on Monday as Bay Area Rapid Transit, or BART, management and union leaders went into weekend negot...

  11. San Francisco BART Workers Threaten Strike: Report

    San Francisco Bay Area transit workers said they would go on strike if a labor agreement isn't reached by midnight Sunday, ABC News reported late Thursday. The repor...

  12. External Obsolescence Devalues Property

    That driveway-turned-junkyard next door to your home can do more than affect your peace of mind. Bad neighbors and their actions -- or lack thereof -- can put a dent...

  1. Uber expanding to helicopters?

    Political Prospect Editor Kayleigh McEnany, Independent Women’s Forum’s Hadley Heath Manning and Accent Asset Management’s Scott Martin on the backlash of cities against Uber and Americans’ concerns about the economy.

  2. Blackstone makes big bet on hedge funds

    Rob Copeland of The Wall Street Journal on Blackstone’s plans to start a hedge fund.

  3. Proposal to hike the federal gas tax by more than 65%?

    Sen. John Hoeven, (R-ND), Manhattan Institute’s Diana Furchtgott-Roth and Belpointe Chief Strategist David Nelson on efforts to increase the federal gas tax.

  4. White House proposes tolls on interstate highways

    Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist on efforts to add tolls to interstate highways to fund road repairs.

  5. Californians paying too much in taxes?

    ‘Taxifornia’ author James Lacy on taxes in California and the governor race.

  6. Kennedy’s energy plan

    Kennedy, Matt Welch and Kmele Foster on fracking, mass transportation and going green.

  7. More States Turning to Public-Private Partnerships

    Visitors to New York who land at LaGuardia Airport could be forgiven for not realizing they've arrived in one of the world's swankiest cities.The airport's leaky cei...

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