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Polish media regulator fines US-owned news channel $420,000

The Washington Post | Monday December 11, 2017

Poland’s media regulator fined a private news channel nearly 1.5 million zlotys ($420,000) Monday for what it alleged was unfair reporting during a political crisis last year, but some saw the penalty as an attack on press freedom.

Mexico City arrests man over building collapse’s in quake

The Washington Post | Monday December 11, 2017

Mexico City prosecutors say they have arrested a man who signed off on an apparently faulty construction project that collapsed in the magnitude 7.1 earthquake of Sept. 19 and killed two women.

A daredevil died doing pullups off a skyscraper in China

The Washington Post | Monday December 11, 2017

Wu Yongning had amassed a large social-media following in China for his adventures in “rooftopping,” or climbing tall buildings without safety gear.

What Is Hamas and Why Is It Calling for an Uprising?: QuickTake

The Washington Post | Monday December 11, 2017

Fly Charts: Bitcoin’s Many Prices and Oil’s Silent Rally: Gadfly

The Washington Post | Monday December 11, 2017

Following marijuana legalization, teen drug use is down in Colorado

The Washington Post | Monday December 11, 2017

There's a medical 'land grab' underway as hospitals try to get larger

The Washington Post | Monday December 11, 2017

Trump's Criticism of W.T.O. Hurts America First

The New York Times | Monday December 11, 2017

Changes are needed at the World Trade Organization, but weakening it has consequences for U.S. firms.

Bitcoin Futures Set Scene for More Gambling

The New York Times | Monday December 11, 2017

Bitcoin futures open fresh avenues for trading, but for now the new contracts have little utility beyond speculation.

Ryan Lizza Fired by The New Yorker Over Sexual Misconduct Allegation

The New York Times | Monday December 11, 2017

The magazine said it “severed ties” with Mr. Lizza, its Washington correspondent, over “improper sexual conduct.” He denied that charge.