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Syria Projects Veneer of Normalcy as U.S. Military Threat Looms

Syria Projects Veneer of Normalcy as U.S. Military Threat Looms

On Syrian state-run TV’s “Good Morning” daily show, it was business as usual on Wednesday, with a lineup focusing on mental illness, recycling and a book fair.
Rare Coalition Bands Together to Fight Trump Tariffs

Rare Coalition Bands Together to Fight Trump Tariffs

A rare coalition of business groups are banding together to fight President Donald Trump’s proposed tariffs, arguing they will hurt U.S. consumers and the economy.
The Latest News on Impending Syria Action

The Latest News on Impending Syria Action

Beirut (AP) -- The Latest on the Syria conflict (all times local):
Macron Pulls Out All the Stops in Rail Reform—Even Doing TV

Macron Pulls Out All the Stops in Rail Reform—Even Doing TV

In his first year in office, Emmanuel Macron snubbed local mainstream media -- granting few interviews and taking to Twitter and Facebook to directly address the French.
Brexit Bulletin: Barnier’s Way Back

Brexit Bulletin: Barnier’s Way Back

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Trump Readies Syria Response, Cancels Trip, Marshalls Allies

Trump Readies Syria Response, Cancels Trip, Marshalls Allies

For the second time in a less than a year, President Donald Trump is weighing a military response to a suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria. Control Risks MENA Director Henry Smith weighs in on
Mueller to Manafort: We Followed the Rules in Indicting You

Mueller to Manafort: We Followed the Rules in Indicting You

Special Counsel Robert Mueller defended his latest indictment of Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, while ignoring Trump’s caustic criticisms this week of Mueller’s
Trump Meets Mattis as He Weighs Military Action in Syria

Trump Meets Mattis as He Weighs Military Action in Syria

President Donald Trump is still weighing options for U.S. military action against Syria and met with Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on Wednesday, after warning Russia on Twitter to expect a missile
The Scandals Are Mounting for Japan’s Abe

The Scandals Are Mounting for Japan’s Abe

Shinzo Abe, Japan's prime minister and president of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), walks towards the podium to speak during the party's annual convention in Tokyo, Japan, on Sunday, March
Hague Court to Review War-Crimes Acquittals of Serb Leader Seselj

Hague Court to Review War-Crimes Acquittals of Serb Leader Seselj

Serbian nationalist leader Vojislav Seselj will hear from a new international tribunal if he will face a new trial or go free after his acquittal of war crimes during the breakup of the former
Airlines Warned to Stay Cautious on Possible Syria Air Strikes

Airlines Warned to Stay Cautious on Possible Syria Air Strikes

Eurocontrol, an air traffic agency in Europe, asked airlines to apply caution on flights to the eastern Mediterranean region because of possible air strikes in Syria over the next 72 hours.
Sen. Mark Warner on Honest Ads Act, Facebook, Syria, Mueller

Sen. Mark Warner on Honest Ads Act, Facebook, Syria, Mueller

Democratic Senator Mark Warner of Virginia discusses the Honest Ads Act, regulating social media, Syria and Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe. He speaks with Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli on
As Kinder Wavers, Oil-Rich Alberta Considers Buying Pipeline to Port

As Kinder Wavers, Oil-Rich Alberta Considers Buying Pipeline to Port

Alberta, the landlocked Canadian province that’s home to the oil sands, would be willing to buy out Kinder Morgan Inc.’s Trans Mountain pipeline if that’s the only way to salvage the critical export
British Business Tells May It Wants EU Rules After Brexit

British Business Tells May It Wants EU Rules After Brexit

British businesses overwhelmingly want to stick to European rules after Brexit, according to the most detailed sector-by-sector analysis of what companies need the U.K. to fight for in negotiations.
Gaza Barrier Can't Withstand an Assault by Mob, Fencemaker Says

Gaza Barrier Can't Withstand an Assault by Mob, Fencemaker Says

Thousands of Palestinians marching on the Gaza Strip’s border could trample the 10-foot-high fence that separates the Hamas-ruled territory from Israel, according to the company that built the
Congress Attempts to Overhaul How Tech Companies Pay Songwriters

Congress Attempts to Overhaul How Tech Companies Pay Songwriters

Music companies and technology giants, two groups perpetually at odds, have united to support a proposed law that simplifies the way songwriters are paid when people stream their work on Spotify and
Facebook's Zuckerberg Earns Likes for Washington Performance

Facebook's Zuckerberg Earns Likes for Washington Performance

Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg apologized, defended his company, and jousted with questioners while agreeing with others during his first-ever congressional testimony. Early
Cruz Grills Zuckerberg on Censorship, Conservative Viewpoints

Cruz Grills Zuckerberg on Censorship, Conservative Viewpoints

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, a Republican from Texas, peppered Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg with questions about the social network’s approach to political speech on its platform.
Fox Networks’ U.K. Offices Raided by EC Competition Watchdogs

Fox Networks’ U.K. Offices Raided by EC Competition Watchdogs

The London offices of Rupert Murdoch’s Fox Networks were raided by investigators from the European Commission.