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All of those things have happened at various points to Elon Musk, founder of SpaceX, co-founder of Tesla TSLA, +3.68% , founder of Neuralink, co-founder of SolarCity and co-founder of X.com which eventually became PayPal , and who now has a net worth of about $15 billion.
He said the “4th, 5th and 6th critical failures” were not failures at all, as they were successful in their intent to deliver their payloads to orbit and that the landings were intended to be experimental.
The United States’ diplomatic team in London, custodians of one of the most significant bilateral relationships of the last 100 years, will next month move into a new home: a billion-dollar, 12-storey glass cube overlooking the River Thames.
Britain’s closest ally will leave behind an imposing 1960 stone and concrete embassy in London’s upmarket Grosvenor Square - an area known as ‘Little America’ during World War Two, when the square also housed the military headquarters of General Dwight D. Eisenhower.
The number of jailed journalists has hit a historic high for the second consecutive year, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists' press freedom snapshot.
Focussing on the issue of press freedom in the age of Trump and Facebook, Kenyan cartoonist GADO labeled this cartoon as a "general view of the media in the age of fake news!"
Roy Moore campaign spokesman responds with silence when asked if he knew people can be sworn in with a text other than the Christian Bible
Judge bars disgraced former House speaker Dennis Hastert from being alone with children. ‘Top Chef’ cuts John Besh from episode due to sexual harassment allegations against him. Private investigator tried to get Trump’s tax returns by using his Social Security number
A shake-up in global coal trading has delivered some oxygen to the struggling American mining industry, driving up exports to energy-hungry countries.
United States coal sales abroad over the first three quarters of the year surpassed exports for all of 2016, according to government figures. Energy experts project an increase of 46 percent for the full year, adding more than $1 billion to coal companies’ revenues.
Three Kansas men accused of plotting to massacre Somali-Muslim immigrants have asked a federal judge to make sure that jurors from parts of the state that voted overwhelmingly for President Trump are included in their upcoming trial.
“Stated another way, a prospective juror who lives in a county within the Dodge City jury division is twice as likely to be a Trump voter than a prospective juror who lives in a county within the Wichita-Hutchinson jury division,” read the filing, which was joined by attorneys for the other two men.
In September 2016, as the heated presidential election between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump swung into a final phase, a Louisiana private investigator repeatedly attempted to access the Republican candidate’s tax returns.
According to court documents, Jordan Hamlett used Trump’s Social Security number to apply for federal student aid in hopes of gaining access to the candidate’s tax records.
As Amazon (AMZN) continues to steamroll into new markets, former Apple CEO and Pepsi president John Sculley told FOX Business that the tech giant might win the race to become the world’s first $2 trillion company.
A number of companies, including Apple (AAPL), Alphabet (GOOGL), Microsoft (MSFT) and Facebook (FB), currently lead Amazon in market capitalization. “Amazon may not be the first $1 trillion [market cap company], but it may very well be the first $2 trillion market cap company,” Sculley said, adding that the company will get there by continuing its strategy of playing “the game for the long-term.”
That’s the question facing Dina Powell, who resigned last week as President Trump’s deputy national security adviser and almost immediately began reaching out to her old friends and former colleagues at Goldman Sachs (GS), the big Wall Street firm where she worked before joining the Trump administration in 2017.
It’s a question looming for another Goldman Sachs alum, Gary Cohn, the former No. 2 of the big Wall Street firm who is currently director of the White House’s National Economic Council, one of the president’s top economic advisers.
US senator Chris Murphy said he regrets that the Sandy Hook massacre, one of the deadliest school shootings in US history, has been followed by five years of political inaction, and that he finds it difficult to face victim’s families.
It was one of several events Murphy participates in annually to mark the day when gunman Adam Lanza walked into the Sandy Hook elementary school and opened fire before claiming his own life.
A New York appeals court Tuesday tossed out a Republican consultant’s attempt to revive her $4 million defamation case against President Donald Trump, accusing him of hurting her career after he called her a “real dummy” on Twitter.
“Here Ms. Jacobus was very critical of the president during the campaign, on air, then candidate Trump was certainly within his rights to rebut her attacks and offer his opinion as to what her motivations were,” Rosen added.
The Fed's preferred measure of inflation has chronically undershot its 2 percent target, despite Fed officials predicting for years it was about to hit it.
On the one hand, raising interest rates might create a recession now; on the other, doing nothing means being bereft of weapons whenever recession does strike. But there's actually an easy way out of this predicament: Stop relying on the Fed to reverse recessions by itself.
An expert in Russian cyber-operations has accused Russian activists of running a disinformation campaign to discredit the Scottish independence referendum result, by wrongly alleging it was rigged.
Nimmo said there is now significant circumstantial evidence to show the Russians had prepared videos purporting to show interference in the vote counts in the Scottish independence referendum, to skew the result in favour of the no campaign.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton was set to reveal his choice Wednesday to replace Al Franken in the U.S. Senate, with the top contender seen as his longtime adviser Lt. Gov. Tina Smith.
She grew more political active in the 1990s, founding her own marketing and political consulting firm and eventually managing Walter Mondale’s unsuccessful 2002 Senate run as well as his son Ted Mondale’s 1998 governor for candidate — also unsuccessful.
With productivity growth stuck in low gear for over a decade and an aging population constraining labor-force growth, official forecasts for U.S. potential real gross domestic product growth drifted lower to 1.8%-1.9%.
It wasn’t too long ago that the economic establishment, including policy makers at the Federal Reserve, reluctantly came around to the view that 2% real growth was as good as it gets for today’s economy.