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LA county firefighters on the scene of a helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant in Calabasas, California, U.S., January 26, 2020. Gene Blevins | Reuters Federal safety investigators launched a probe on Sunday into the deadly helicopter crash in the Los Angeles area that killed basketball legend Kobe Bryant and his teenage daughter, Gianna. Local officials
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The Seattle Space needle. Courtesy: Space Needle LLC Seattle is well-known for its caffeine-fueled culture and for being the birthplace of Jimi Hendrix, grunge music and a company that invented same-day delivery of just about anything bought online. Now, its allure is increasingly getting discovered by business travelers. Starbucks, Amazon, Costco Wholesale, and Microsoft are among the
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Medical staff carry a box as they walk at the Jinyintan hospital, where the patients with pneumonia caused by the new strain of coronavirus are being treated, in Wuhan, Hubei province, China January 10, 2020. Reuters World health officials hesitated Wednesday to designate an outbreak of a flu-like coronavirus that’s killed at least 17 people
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Solar panels pictured at a tropical hotel resort. Marc Romanelli Businesses need to be singing from the same hymn sheet if they want to make meaningful progress in combatting the climate crisis, said the environmental director of one of Asia’s leading hotel groups, Hong Kong and Shanghai Hotels. Janice Lao, director of group corporate responsibility
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Medical staff transfer patients to Jin Yintan hospital on January 17, 2020 in Wuhan, Hubei, China. Getty Images U.S. health and Homeland Security officials will begin screening at major U.S. airports for the new Chinese Coronavirus that has caused two deaths and more than 40 infections in China. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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Lunar New Year festival at the Oakland Museum of California. Odell Hussey Photography | Courtesy Oakland Museum of California This year, the Lunar New Year falls on Saturday, Jan. 25 and will be followed by 15 days of celebrations marking the transition from the Year of the Pig to the Year of the Rat. While
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Boeing employees boasted about bullying regulators to approve the now-grounded 737 Max without requiring pilots to undergo simulator training while others raised safety concerns and complained about lax standards, according to a trove of internal documents the company released on Thursday. Seth Kaplan, aviation journalist at Kaplan Research, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss. 06:03 Fri,
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