Opinion | What Is 23andMe Doing With Your DNA?

[THEME MUSIC] (SINGING) When you walk in the room, do you have sway? kara swisher I’m Kara Swisher, and you’re listening to “Sway.” My guest today is Anne Wojcicki. She’s the CEO of 23andMe. Over 12 million people have forked over $100 or more for the company’s DNA test, where you spit into a vial, …

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New York City will increase testing at schools and relax quarantine rules.

New York City will introduce weekly coronavirus testing at all public schools starting next week, Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Monday, as officials try to strengthen safety protocols. The city’s powerful teachers’ union called on Sunday for the city to conduct weekly surveillance testing in schools, instead of the current policy of testing students …

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Democrats must solve urgent fiscal matters to keep the government open and avoid a default.

ImageSpeaker Nancy Pelosi at the Capitol earlier this month.Credit…Tom Brenner for The New York Times Congressional Democrats will turn this week to urgent fiscal matters, setting aside their ambitious, $3.5 trillion social policy measure for now as they try to keep the government operating beyond Sept. 30, raise the federal borrowing limit and meet Speaker …

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Donald Trump’s main goal? Kill off the Republican establishment.

“If we didn’t have RINOs, the Republican Party would totally dominate politics,” Trump said in a statement via his Save America PAC earlier this month. “The good news is there are far less than there were four years ago—it is a dying breed—but nevertheless, and unfortunately, they still exist!” “Mr. Trump has spoken recently with …

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Stocks drop as a world of worries bedevils investors.

Stocks on Wall Street were set to slump on Monday morning as indexes across Europe tumbled amid a string of concerns for investors — including the troubled Chinese property giant Evergrande, soaring energy prices in Europe and questions over how the Federal Reserve will manage its exit from its large bond-buying program. The S&P 500 …

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French submarine dispute could torpedo EU-Australia trade talks

The French government has been seething ever since Australia abandoned its $90 billion Australian dollars ($65 billion) deal last week with France in favor of a new military agreement with the United States and the United Kingdom. “Keeping one’s word is the condition of trust between democracies and between allies,” France’s European affairs secretary Clément …

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Stocks drop as a world of worries bedevils investors.

Daily Business Briefing Sept. 20, 2021Updated  Sept. 20, 2021, 7:17 a.m. ET Sept. 20, 2021, 7:17 a.m. ET ImageSteel coils at the ThyssenKrupp factory in Duisburg, Germany. The price of iron ore, a key component of steel, has fallen, causing shares in mining companies to fall sharply.Credit…Wolfgang Rattay/Reuters Stocks on Wall Street were set to …

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