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Is the Airbus 380 the future of air travel or a relic of the past?

As smaller airliners become capable of flying much farther, two mega planes are broken up to be sold for parts.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admits ‘left-leaning’ bias but says it doesn’t influence company policy

“We do not look at content with regards to political viewpoint or ideology. We look at behavior.”

A Yelp reviewer called a restaurant’s pride flag ‘disgusting.’ Customers rallied in response.

“All are welcome at Zia Gianna, even this gentleman. We’d love to show him some kindness from the LGBTQ community because love always wins,” the restaurant owner said.

Is the huge Airbus 380 the future of air travel or a relic of the past?

The double-decker was first delivered in 2007 with fanfare that suggested it was the Next Great Thing. But as smaller airliners become capable of flying much farther, two A380s are already being broken up for parts.

Twitter CEO says company is ‘left-leaning’ but insists it doesn’t affect policy

Amid a debate over how tech companies influence public discourse, Jack Dorsey told CNN, “We do not look at content with regards to political viewpoint or ideology. We look at behavior.”

A Yelp reviewer called a restaurant’s pride flag ‘disgusting.’ Customers rallied in response.

The restaurant owner publicly invited the customer to come back for a meal: “We’d love to show him some kindness from the LGBTQ community because love always wins.”

Federal judge dismisses lawsuit accusing HUD Secretary Ben Carson of dismantling Obama-era fair housing law

A federal judge on Friday threw out a lawsuit against Housing Secretary Ben Carson and his agency, dealing a blow to advocates challenging how the Department of Housing and Urban Development enforces fair housing laws.

Google refused an order to release huge amounts of data. Will other companies bow under pressure?

Privacy advocates decry “unnecessary dragnet searches” in cases where jurisdictions seek troves of mobile device data.

‘Stuck in a belligerent doldrum’: Wages rise in the nation’s hottest job market — but so do costs

Though Ames, Iowa, has a 1.5 percent jobless rate, widespread prosperity remains elusive.

Stuck in a belligerent doldrum’: Wages rise in the nation’s hottest job market — but so do costs

Though Ames, Iowa, has a 1.5 percent jobless rate, widespread prosperity remains elusive.