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D.C. ruling offers good news for condo associations, bad news for banks


The case involved a dispute over the lien on a foreclosed condo sold at auction.

The real problem with Facebook is not a data leak


The little networking site is now a business colossus that's affecting our minds and our relationships.

CDs, vinyl are outselling digital downloads for the first time since 2011


The outlook is bleak for digital downloads but great for streaming services.


A David Childs-restored rowhouse in Georgetown goes on the market


HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The Federal-style home is listed at $2.49 million.




Global stocks slump amid tariff announcements


As Washington and Beijing trade blows, the reverberations are felt across the world.




This billionaire wants your help — and $800 million — to save Toys R Us


The executive behind Little Tikes and Bratz is looking to raise $800 million in a crowdfunding campaign.

Thursday, Mar 22


Zuckerberg built an instant gratification machine - but took his time addressing the trouble it's caused


The Facebook founder, in effect, turned on the microphone that set the expectation that CEOS would respond immediately to any crisis. When it was his turn, he didn't use it for several days.


How you know it's time to get rid of your old car


When it comes to people’s budgets, the cost of transportation — mostly the ownership of an automobile — is typically the second largest expense behind housing.


Instagram tweaks its feed to be more chronological after years of complaints

The photo-sharing app now gives more weight to when a post was made and will prevent old posts from showing up high. The algorithm will still consider multiple factors, including your relationship to the person making the post.


Who is Christopher Wylie, the guy giving Facebook headaches?


Christopher Wylie is the former Cambridge Analytica employee who first revealed the company’s misuse of users’ data. Here’s what you need to know about him.

Mother arrested after video of her baby smoking a small cigar goes viral — and sparks outrage

Washington Post

A warrant issued by police in Raleigh, N.C., accused Brianna Ashanti Lofton of “causing, encouraging and aiding a one-year-old child to smoke a marijuana blunt.”


Why Facebook users' data obtained by Cambridge Analytica has probably spun far out of reach


The data on millions of Facebook users that a firm wrongfully swiped from the social network has likely spread to other groups, databases and the dark Web, experts said.

Amazon is issued patent for delivery drones that can react to screaming voices, flailing arms


Amazon.com has been granted a new patent by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for a delivery drone that can respond to human gestures. The concept is part of Amazon's goal to develop a fleet of unmanned aerial vehicles that can get…

In a U.S.-China trade war, Trump voters likely get hurt the most


Eight of the top 10 soybean- and pork-exporting states went for Donald Trump in the 2016 election. They are likely to get hit the hardest by China.

Justice Dept. calls AT&T-Time Warner a ‘frontal attack’ on the law


Government lawyers will argue that the proposed sale of Time Warner to AT&T would raise the price of TV service and threaten competition.



Citigroup sets new policy restricting gun sales by its clients


The announcement came after other companies cut ties to the NRA or the gun industry.

A key congressional committee has asked Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify about Cambridge Analytica

Congressional lawmakers have formally requested that Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg testify at an upcoming hearing in response to reports that a data analytics firm used by the Trump campaign had improperly accessed the names,…

Trump moves to crack down on China trade with $60 billion in tariffs on imports

Washington Post

President Trump announced the action as part of a response to Beijing’s history of forcing U.S. companies to surrender their trade secrets to do business in China.