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Thursday, June 21, 2018

At Wells Fargo, Complaints About Fraudulent Accounts Since 2005

Employees tipped off the bank’s ethics hotline, human resources department and even the chief executive, but the problems persisted.

Pentagon Confronts a New Threat From ISIS: Exploding Drones

The group had been using surveillance drones, but a recent attack that killed two Kurdish fighters highlighted its success in developing an effective new weapon.

Update: TripAdvisor to Stop Selling Tickets to Many Animal Attractions

TripAdvisor will no longer sell tickets to attractions like elephant rides and dolphin swims, a decision that could reshape how booking sites approach animal welfare.

Glenn Beck Says Opposing Trump Is ‘Moral, Ethical’ Even if It Means Clinton Wins

“If one helps to elect an immoral man to the highest office, then one is merely validating his immorality, lewdness, and depravity,” the conservative media personality wrote.

Billy Bush Negotiating Exit From NBC After Lewd Tape

The “Today” host is negotiating his departure after the release of a video in which he cheered on Donald J. Trump as he made vulgar comments about women.

The Man Musicians Call When Two Tunes Sound Alike

Peter Oxendale, considered one of the world’s leading forensic musicologists, got into the profession by accident.

Review: ‘Tower,’ About 1966, Before Mass Shootings Became Routine

Keith Maitland’s documentary on the University of Texas tower mass shooting breathes life into victims rather than dissecting the shooter.

Donald Trump Faltering? Die-Hard Fans Refuse to Buy It

At Mr. Trump’s rallies, the candidate and the crowds draw energy and affirmation from one another, while dismissing any discouraging information.

Central Banks Consider Bitcoin’s Technology, if Not Bitcoin

Central banks view the technology behind the virtual currency as a possible way to compete and record transactions, or to issue their own currencies.

Donald Trump Berates Paul Ryan and ‘Disloyal’ Republicans

On Twitter, Mr. Trump criticized Republicans who had withdrawn support after a recording of him demeaning women became public.

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Japan suspends missile strike drills after Trump-Kim summit

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Mass murderer’s appeal to human rights court rejected

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