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The state medical examiner’s office has revised the death toll from a tornado in an Oklahoma City suburb to 24 people, including nine children. Those numbers are expected to climb.
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook is disputing assertions by a Senate panel that the company avoids billions of dollars in U.S. taxes by shifting profits to foreign affiliates.
Are home-based shelters really enough to hold back an F5 category tornado, which can have winds upwards of 300 miles per hour? And what about people who don’t have home-based shelters?
The San Francisco-based company Gild is using complex algorithms to discover talented programmers that tech companies might want to hire. Can it be adapted for other industries?
Kelly Frey, the editor of Oklahoma’s big daily newspaper The Oklahoman, is from El Reno, Okla. and describes what it’s like to grow up in “tornado alley.”
We speak with the pastor of St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church in Oklahoma City, which served as a shelter during the tornado. A member of the church and her baby were killed in the storm.
From Tracy Chapman to The Civil Wars.