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Mozilla, Vimeo, States Sue FCC in Bid to Save Net Neutrality

Mozilla, Vimeo, States Sue FCC in Bid to Save Net Neutrality

Mozilla and Vimeo filed legal challenges to the FCC‘s repeal of net neutrality rules, attacking the agency’s gutting of Obama-era policy.
Latvian Central Bank Boss Regrets Not Reporting Bribe `Hint'

Latvian Central Bank Boss Regrets Not Reporting Bribe `Hint'

Latvia’s central bank governor dug in over a crisis that’s rocked the tiny Baltic nation, reiterating that he won’t resign in the face of allegations he sought bribes and is instead searching for ways
Florida Teachers Demand Their Retirement Fund Dump Gun Stocks

Florida Teachers Demand Their Retirement Fund Dump Gun Stocks

The Florida Education Association is urging the state body that manages pension funds for its members to sell its holdings in companies that make a semi-automatic rifle used in a recent school
Berlusconi Says Trump Scares Him Tweeting About North Korea

Berlusconi Says Trump Scares Him Tweeting About North Korea

Silvio Berlusconi says he wishes Donald Trump would count to 10 before firing off tweets to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
South Africa’s Ruling ANC to Hold Meeting of Top Body, Members Say

South Africa’s Ruling ANC to Hold Meeting of Top Body, Members Say

South Africa’s ruling African National Conference will hold a two-day meeting of its top body starting Sunday, party spokesman Pule Mabe said.
U.K. Police Investigating Package Sent to Harry and Meghan

U.K. Police Investigating Package Sent to Harry and Meghan

London police say they are investigating a suspicious package that was sent to Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle.
Brazil Seen as More Corrupt Than Argentina in Global Ranking

Brazil Seen as More Corrupt Than Argentina in Global Ranking

Brazil is now seen as more corrupt than Argentina after suffering last year one of the biggest plunges among the nations tracked by a global transparency ranking.
Poland’s Message to World in Holocaust Dispute: It’s You, Not Us

Poland’s Message to World in Holocaust Dispute: It’s You, Not Us

In an exclusive interview, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki is defiant over his country’s new law.
Trump Suggests Arming Teachers After Florida Shooting

Trump Suggests Arming Teachers After Florida Shooting

Bloomberg’s Kevin Cirilli discusses the gun control debate after a mass shooting in Florida and what it may mean for politicians. He speaks with Tom Keene on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source:
Your Questions About Yemen’s Humanitarian Crisis, Answered

Your Questions About Yemen’s Humanitarian Crisis, Answered

Who’s fighting whom, why Saudi Arabia is involved, and why there’s so much hunger.
Italians Must Not Be ‘Slaves of Berlin or Brussels,’ Salvini Says

Italians Must Not Be ‘Slaves of Berlin or Brussels,’ Salvini Says

Matteo Salvini, leader of the euroskeptic League, pledged to change EU rules that hinder the country’s economic growth if his party wins power.
China Plans Party Huddle With PBOC, Policy Jobs in Play

China Plans Party Huddle With PBOC, Policy Jobs in Play

President Xi Jinping will convene a Communist Party meeting within days to select China’s next government, including monetary and financial regulators, according to people familiar with the matter.
Battling Russian Meddling in 2018 Midterm Vote

Battling Russian Meddling in 2018 Midterm Vote

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Iran Says It Could Leave Nuclear Deal If It Fails to Reap Benefits

Iran Says It Could Leave Nuclear Deal If It Fails to Reap Benefits

Iran may abandon its nuclear accord with world powers if the U.S. maintains a “policy of confusion and uncertainty” that’s scaring foreign businesses away from the Islamic Republic, a senior official
May Warned of Health Service Crisis as EU Citizens Shun U.K.

May Warned of Health Service Crisis as EU Citizens Shun U.K.

The U.K. has seen net migration from other European Union countries plunge by more than a half since the 2016 Brexit referendum, a statistic that will please those pushing for fewer foreign workers
Saudis Promise Fun Year in 2018 With 5,000 Entertainment Events

Saudis Promise Fun Year in 2018 With 5,000 Entertainment Events

Known for decades as the home of the religious police and stringent public decency laws, Saudi Arabia now hopes to transform itself into an entertainment hub.
Middlemen Play Gatekeeper in Battle to Curb Soaring Drug Costs

Middlemen Play Gatekeeper in Battle to Curb Soaring Drug Costs

It’s a tough time to be a middleman in the U.S. pharmacy business.
Switzerland Imposes Sanctions on 14 Top Congo Officials

Switzerland Imposes Sanctions on 14 Top Congo Officials

Switzerland imposed asset freezes and travel bans on 14 allies of Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila, the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs said.
Neo-Fascist Beaten to a Pulp as Italy’s Dark Past Roils Campaign

Neo-Fascist Beaten to a Pulp as Italy’s Dark Past Roils Campaign

Italians go to the polls on March 4 with voters divided over the country’s relationship with the European Union, taxes and immigration. Here’s your daily guide to the latest news.The regional leader
Lebanon Reserves Recovered After Hariri Crisis, Salameh Says

Lebanon Reserves Recovered After Hariri Crisis, Salameh Says

Lebanon’s foreign-currency reserves have recovered from the shock of Prime Minister Saad Hariri’s surprise resignation, proving the resiliency of the country’s financial system, Central Bank Governor