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NewsWatch: Why the stock market may not see a Santa rally this year

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When Santa Claus hitches up Rudolph for his annual Christmas route this year, he may well skip Wall Street, not because stocks have been naughty but because they’ve been too good. See full story.

This is how far Beijing will go to defend its claim to the South China Sea

If there were any questions as to how far China will go to bolster its claims to the South China Sea, the world got another clue this week that leaves no doubt that Beijing is playing for high stakes. See full story.

Tearing down an old house to build a big new one could alienate your neighbors — and worse

Teardown fever has residents and preservationists worried. See full story.

Dig, baby, dig says an Elon Musk with tunnel vision

Did American infrastructure rebuilding just move a step forward thanks to Elon Musk, or was this the musing of a mere mortal stuck in traffic? See full story.

Uber: Our self-driving cars are not self-driving, so no permit is required

Uber says its cars are not self-driving after the California Department of Motor Vehicles ordered the company to stop self-driving tests. See full story.

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Housing expenses have almost always been the largest drain on American budgets, unchanged in over 70 years. See full story.

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