Oct 2 2016 Task Completed as Americans Win Back Golf’s Ryder Cup

Patrick Reed shook his fists with fury for every big putt he made. Phil Mickelson leaped higher than when he won his first Masters. Ryan Moore delivered the final point in this American masterpiece Sunday at the Ryder Cup.
The 17-11 victory over Europe was their biggest rout in 35 years at the Ryder Cup.
Only this [...]

 

Oct 2 2016 Philippines President ‘Profoundly and Deeply’ Apologizes to World’s Jews

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte apologized “profoundly and deeply” to the world’s Jewish community Sunday for comparing his war on drug traffickers to the Nazi Holocaust of World War II.
“I would like to make it clear here and now that there was never any intention on my part to derogate the memory of the six million [...]

 

Oct 2 2016 Scientists See Aquaculture in America’s Future

“We must plant the sea and herd its animals,” the late ocean researcher Jacques Cousteau said more than 40 years ago, “using the sea as farmers instead of hunters.”
Scientists who share the vision of thriving fish farms off the California coast met at workshops this year and last sponsored by the NOAA Sea Grant program.
NOAA, [...]

 

Oct 2 2016 Harvard Business School Helps Grads Launch Startups

Harvard Business School has moved to the Big Apple. 
Well, sort of. 
The school opened the HBS Startup Studio in New York City to help graduates get their startups off the ground. Unlike a tech incubator or accelerator, HBS will not take equity in member startups, but will provide workspace, business advice, workshops and networking opportunities.
“We have [...]

 

Oct 2 2016 Trump Tax History in Spotlight Once Again

American voters may now have greater insight into a question that has dogged Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump all year: what do his tax returns reveal about the real estate mogul’s financial dealings and business prowess? VOA’s Michael Bowman reports, The New York Times obtained what are believed to be a portion of Trump’s [...]

 

Oct 2 2016 Trump Tax History in Spotlight Once Again

The campaigns of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump traded fierce accusations after The New York Times newspaper published what appears to be a portion of the Republican nominee’s 1995 federal tax returns.
Sent anonymously to The Times, the documents show Trump declared a $916 million loss in 1995, allowing the real estate mogul to pay no [...]

 

Oct 2 2016 October 2, 2016

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Oct 2 2016 US Narrowly Misses Refugee Limit for 2016

The United States narrowly missed its refugee cap for the fiscal year, closing out 12 months of political turbulence over admissions policies just five people short of the administration’s target of 85,000.
State Department data as of midnight October 1, the start of the 2017 fiscal year and the reset point for the government’s financial calendar, [...]

 

Oct 2 2016 Harvard Business School Helps Grads Launch Startups

Harvard Business School has moved to the Big Apple. Well, sort of. VOA’s Tina Rinh has the story. [Read More]

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Oct 2 2016 Scientists See Growing Aquaculture in California’s Future

A report from marine experts says the United States, which lags behind many other countries in fish farming, would benefit from increasing its aquaculture, including off the California coast. Mike O’Sullivan has more from the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California. [Read More]

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