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Various religions promote their versions of universal and eternal truths. Although it might seem that these “truths” haven’t changed over the years, a glimpse at the history of any religion will reveal that they all evolve with time. What seems perpetual today was once a hotly contested innovation. Christianity is no exception. The early Church […]
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Uber CEO to meet London transport boss


The new chief executive of Uber Technologies will meet the head of Transport for London next week to try to retain the licence for its ride hailing service in the British capital. Fred Katayama reports.

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Case. Closed.
If you thought the MSM wasn’t covering the ongoing disaster in Puerto Rico from Hurricane Maria as much as the devastation in Texas and Florida from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma respectively, you were right. From

The media really has neglected Puerto Rico:
— anna barry-jester (@annabarryjester) September 28, 2017

An excerpt:
While Puerto Rico suffers after Hurricane Maria, much of the U…

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Catalans determined to hold referendum vote


Catalonia’s leader made clear his government was determined to go ahead with a Sunday vote on independence that Madrid calls illegal and which has thrust Spain into its most dramatic political crisis for decades. Laura Frykberg reports.

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Breakingviews TV: IKEA’s DIY deal


Jen Saba and Tom Buerkle discuss IKEA’s purchase of odd-job app TaskRabbit, an M&A deal that has obvious appeal for any consumer who’s struggled to assemble a Hemnes bed or Billy bookcase.

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HHS Secretary Tom Price has resigned:

#breaking Tom Price out
— Michelle Marsh (@ABC7MichelleM) September 29, 2017

Let’s just say this didn’t go according to plan:

Remember how "Health-wonk Tom Price is going to get a great replacement for O-care?" What did he contribute to any of it?
— Michael B Dougherty (@michaelbd) September 29, 2017

The resignation becomes effective at 11:59 tonight:

INBOX: Trump has accepted Tom Price's resignation effective 11:59 pm
— Mary Ellen McIntire (@MelMcIntire) September 29, 2017

Don Wright will serve as interim head of HHS:

Another Friday exit at the White House — HHS Sec…

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