Bruce Springsteen’s Greatest Songs On His 70th Birthday

Late that same year, album number two came out -- "The Wild, the Innocent and the E Street Shuffle." Influenced by Van Morrison's groundbreaking "Astral Weeks" (which "was like a ...
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What the World Was Like a Million Years Ago

What was Earth like one million years ago? If our planet is 4.54 billion years old, a million years is not much more than an eyeblink in eternity. In ...
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America’s Unsafe Medical Products

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued eight new safety alerts in the month of August, four related to product recalls, one a product warning and three product safety ...
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Three Mile Island Nuke Plant Closes Friday

In March 1979, one of two nuclear-powered electricity-generating units at Pennsylvania's Three Mile Island experienced a partial meltdown. The reactor that had become operational in April of 1978 never generated ...
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Wedbush’s Top Picks in the Observability Tech Field

The term “observability” is being used to describe next-generation approaches to observing and troubleshooting complex distributed systems with high cardinality of its various entities and a high potential for “unknown-unknowns” ...
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Analyst Sees Big Upside in Nuance Communications After the Spin-Off

Nuance Communications Inc. (NASDAQ: NUAN) is planning to spin off its auto business into a new public company, Cerence, which will begin trading on October 1. Ahead of this spin-off, ...
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Why This Analyst Is Still on the Sidelines About Oracle

Oracle Corp. (NYSE: ORCL) kicked off its analyst meeting by reiterating its expectation to accelerate revenues in the 2020 fiscal year and even more in the following year. The main ...
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Bullard Explains FOMC Vote, Fed Spends Another $75 Billion on Repo Market

James Bullard, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, cast one of three dissenting votes at this week's meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), where a ...
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Friday’s Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Apple, Aurora Cannabis, Constellation Brands, Etsy, Marathon Oil, Roku, Square, Tilray and More

Despite recent volatility, the S&P 500 is still very close to its all-time highs. Investors have to grapple with much slower economic growth at the same time the bull market ...
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Boeing Flies Navy Drone Tanker for First Time, Struggles With Air Force Tanker

With so much focus on Boeing Co.'s (NYSE: BA) problems with its 737 Max commercial passenger jet, it's not difficult to overlook the company's defense business. Boeing has two high-profile ...
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Every Car Brand’s Most Expensive Model

U.S. car prices are on the rise, in part because consumers are flocking to heavier SUVs and pickup trucks. Rapid advances in vehicle technology are also playing a role, especially ...
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Every Car Brand’s Cheapest Model

It is an exciting time to own a new vehicle, if you can afford it. New technologies have made the latest model car or truck seem decades ahead of models ...
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Economic Confidence Hits Lowest Level Since Government Shutdown

The economic confidence of Americans has hit the lowest level since the federal government shutdown ended in January. Some of the drop has to do with worries about a recession. ...
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America’s Fastest-Growing First Names

Nearly 3.8 million babies were born in the United States in 2018. Many of these babies were given names that are currently and have been historically popular, like Emma, William, ...
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Which City Has the Heaviest Drinkers in Your State

Alcohol is a superlative social lubricant -- an icebreaker on the rocks -- as well as an inspiration for art and literature, an attitude-adjuster, and often just a pure ...
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