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Japan Snubs Homegrown Weaponry to Buy From the U.S.
While there’s little prospect that Japanese consumers will ever buy enough American cars to please Donald Trump, the Abe government’s record spending on defense is shaping up as a bright spot in
The 10 best horror movies of 2018 (so far)
The 10 best horror movies of 2018 so far, from zombies and clowns to the buzzed-about Hereditary and A Quiet Place.
Why Cathay Pacific Wants to Take On Low-Cost Carriers Without Creating Its Own
Like many airlines, Cathay Pacific underestimated the digital revolution and the threat of low-cost competition. It is playing catch up, and its recent financial results have not been pretty. But
Qatar Airport Cargo Surge Cushions Blow From Saudi-Led Embargo
Qatar’s Hamad International Airport may be struggling with dropping passenger numbers amid a travel and trade ban imposed by rival Arab states, but the embargo has spurred air-freight volumes to
Grab drivers in Southeast Asia are now convenience stores, too
Drivers of Southeast Asia-based Grab can now become mini convenience stores. That’s because the ride-hailing company, which bought out rival Uber’s local business earlier this year, has teamed up with
Cargo Might Be the Hardest Zombie Story You’ll Ever Watch
I almost didn’t finish Cargo. I was sure it was going to give me nightmares. It’s about fathers and daughters doing terrible things to keep each other alive. But its terrible events lay on top of a
Brazil's Trucker Strike Defies Solution Amid Political Clash
Protests continued for a ninth day and much of Latin America’s largest economy remains strangled.
Brazil Working Around Strike But Fuel, Food Is Still Scarce
Brazil’s crippling nationwide truckers strike is into its sixth day, but road blockages are starting to wind down after the government deployed armed forces to break up hundreds of blockades and a key
Martin Freeman talks his Netflix zombie movie Cargo, Hollywood's apocalypse fascination, and the white savior problem
Martin Freeman’s had an interesting year.First came Black Panther, a superhero film that redefined the genre and set a new course for the Marvel universe. Then a departure with Ghost Stories, a horror
Martin Freeman on Cargo, Hollywood's apocalypse fetish, and the white savior problem
Martin Freeman’s had an interesting year.
Air France Finally Has the Go-Ahead to Fix Itself or Fail
After years of labor strife, the government isn’t prepared to bail out its flagship airline.
A Mideast Energy Giant Seizes New Energy Future
Abu Dhabi’s Adnoc has the same challenges as Saudi Arabia’s Aramco—but is planning for the future in different ways.
Boeing Says It's Close to Fixing a Flaw Delaying KC-46 Tanker
Crews on Boeing Co.’s KC-46 tankers have occasionally had trouble in a key area: getting a good view of the refueling operations they’re attempting. Now the company says it’s deploying a software
Candidate Attacks ‘Cocaine Mitch’ McConnell and ‘China People’ in Campaign Ad
An ex-coal executive who's running for U.S. Senate after serving a one-year prison sentence has unleashed a political ad that takes swipes at "China people" and calls the Senate majority leader
Cargo directors sound off on Martin Freeman, their organic zombies, and elevated horror
Zombie movies have long been dominated by gory, gruesome spectacle, but a new Netflix film takes a less graphic look at the genre while delivering a gut-wrenching emotional wallop. In Cargo, Martin
All the sci-fi TV and movies coming to Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime in May 2018
There aren't a ton of splashy originals (though Netflix is dropping a few mid-tier releases), but there will still be plenty of great sci-fi and fantasy fare to check out on the Big Three streaming
U.S. Seeks New Talks With Russia on Overflight Routes
The State Department wants new talks with Russia by the end of May on agreements for U.S. airlines to cross Russian airspace, with officials in Moscow holding out on at least one key route used by
Lockheed’s $31 Billion Helicopter Slipping Behind Schedule, Pentagon Says
Lockheed Martin Corp.’s new $31 billion helicopter for the Marine Corps may be falling behind schedule and could miss its target for initial combat capability by as much as eight months, Pentagon
Pirates Seize 12 Crew on Dutch Vessel Off Nigeria
Suspected pirates kidnapped 12 of 14 crew members on board Dutch cargo vessel FWN Rapide near the southern Nigerian city of Port Harcourt, Ships & Ports reported, citing vessel owner ForestWave
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