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China Once Looked Tough on Trade. Now Its Options Are Dwindling. by KEITH BRADSHER


By KEITH BRADSHER

Beijing is running out of American goods to target as the trade war intensifies. Other ideas could look like capitulation or worsen the economic damage. 15 more words

My Autism Project Begins

Throughout my years teaching in a public elementary school, I had various students with autism in my classroom. During the early years, it was difficult for me to find helpful information on how to best reach these children or to provide me with any insight into what autism even is. 422 more words

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Adulting at the Zoo

Dear Liza,

Auntie Bridgett worked all day at the SideStreet Gallery today, so Grandpa Nelson and I went to the Portland Zoo, taking the number 15 bus and Red Line train. 596 more words

Markets in Asia and Europe Unfazed by Trade-War Escalation by JACK EWING and ALEXANDRA STEVENSON


By JACK EWING and ALEXANDRA STEVENSON

Chinese shares recouped early losses as Beijing weighed a response to the threat of more tariffs from Washington. European shares rose. 14 more words

When Being Separated From Your Luggage Is a Good Thing by AMY ZIPKIN


By AMY ZIPKIN

Remote baggage check, offered by airlines and private services, appeals to frequent fliers. “To remove the bag from the journey is to change the journey,” the head of one service said. 14 more words

WELL COOKED, CHEF ALASTAIR

Alastair Cook walked out to the middle for the last time on 11 September after calling time on his international career. He said that he had ‘nothing left in the tank’ and admitted that the single-minded devotion he always had was gone- a subtle way of saying that he had given it his all while playing for England and that he had nothing more left to contribute. 900 more words

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12 Reasons You'll Never Be a Millionaire 🤑 WRONG‼️ YES YOU CAN.

Wealthy people usually aren’t born that way. Most spend their lives amassing their fortunes by working hard, spending little, saving a lot and investing wisely. It may sound like a simple strategy, but the fact that the vast majority of Americans fall short of millionaire status proves that it’s easier said than done.

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