Updated 8:19 am PDT, Wednesday, October 24, 2018 Todd Phillips, founder and director of The Last Well, makes a repair on day eight on his wooden barge on Lake Ray Hubbard in Rockwall, Texas on Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018. Phillips is planning to stay on the barge until he is able to raise $2 million for Liberians to have clean water. (Rose Baca/The Dallas Morning News via AP) less Todd Phillips, founder and director of The Last Well, makes a repair on day eight on his wooden barge on Lake Ray Hubbard in Rockwall, Texas on Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018. Phillips is planning to stay on the ... more Photo: Rose Baca, AP Todd Phillips, founder and director of The Last Well, drinks filtered water for the lake on day eight on his wooden barge on Lake Ray Hubbard in Rockwall, Texas on Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018. Phillips is planning to stay on the barge until he is able to raise $2 million for Liberians to have clean water. … [Read more...] about Man on barge in Texas raising funds for Liberia clean water
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Day Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by Crisis and Consequences ByBen Casselman, Patricia Cohen and Doris Burke Sept. 12, 2018 Recession stories tend to begin the same way: lost job, lost home, lost savings. How they end varies much more widely. New York Times reporters interviewed hundreds of people during the Great Recession, many of them in the midst of their darkest days. We spoke with five of them. There was the former factory worker thumbing her Bible looking for hope amid a fruitless job search; the recent college graduate considering his options in a barren job market; the Florida homeowner praying a government stimulus check could save him from foreclosure. In recent weeks, we returned to them to find out what happened next. A few have thrived, overcoming the recession or even using it as a springboard to success. … [Read more...] about The Great Recession Knocked Them Down. Only Some Got Up Again.
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Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Subscribe Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader The Switch Transcript courtesy of Bloomberg Government Transcript courtesy of Bloomberg Government April 10 Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg appeared before the Senate's Commerce and Judiciary committees Tuesday to discuss data privacy and Russian disinformation on his social network. Below is the transcript of the hearing. [Follow Wednesday's updates here.] SEN. CHARLES E. GRASSLEY (R-IOWA): The Committees on the Judiciary and Commerce, Science and Transportation will come to order. We welcome everyone to today's hearing on Facebook's social media privacy and the use and abuse of data. GRASSLEY: Although not … [Read more...] about Transcript of Mark Zuckerberg’s Senate hearing
In February, SpaceX launched an electric car toward Mars using its newest rocket, called Falcon Heavy. Many people, especially scientists, questioned the choice of payload and destination. Elon Musk recently responded to critics by saying he chose the car as the payload to inspire people. At the annual South by Southwest festival, Musk further explained how the stunt fits into his concerns about and ultimate vision for humanity. Over the weekend, SpaceX founder Elon Musk expanded on his rationale for launching a car toward Mars. After Musk said in December that he’d launch his cherry-red Tesla Roadster to the red planet, many people did not believe him. But the tech billionaire delivered. On Feb. 6, SpaceX launched its first-ever Falcon Heavy rocket and shot the electric car into deep space with a spacesuit-clad “Starman” dummy in the driver’s seat. The Tesla will cross the orbit of Mars sometime in July, swing past the orbit of Earth in August 2019, … [Read more...] about Elon Musk explains why he launched a car toward Mars — and the reasons are much bigger than his ego