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EU China to Promote WTO Rules Upgrade

EU China to Promote WTO Rules Upgrade

As Washington and Beijing teeter on the brink of a possible trade war, the European Union and China have agreed to launch a working group to promote reform at the World Trade Organization. The move is
US Supreme Court Upholds Trump's Travel Ban

US Supreme Court Upholds Trump's Travel Ban

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday narrowly upheld the Trump administration’s travel restrictions on citizens of five majority-Muslim countries, handing President Donald Trump a victory in enforcing
Trump, Erdogan Talk on Phone After Turkey Elections

Trump, Erdogan Talk on Phone After Turkey Elections

The Turkish presidency says President Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke on the phone to U.S. President Donald Trump following Sunday's elections.The statement on Tuesday said Trump congratulated Erdogan for
Former US Defense Official Says Google Has Stepped Into a 'Moral Hazard'

Former US Defense Official Says Google Has Stepped Into a 'Moral Hazard'

A former top U.S. Defense Department official is questioning the morality of Google’s decision not to renew a partnership with the Pentagon."I believe the Google employees have created a moral hazard
US Supreme Court Strikes Required Disclosure of Abortion Options

US Supreme Court Strikes Required Disclosure of Abortion Options

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday struck down a California law that required anti-abortion crisis clinics to let patients know about the availability of free state-provided abortions, ruling that it
The House Built From Tombstones

The House Built From Tombstones

This humble two-storied marble-clad house in Petersburg, in the US state of Virginia, has more than 150 years of Civil War history embedded in its walls. Yet, it was built only in 1934. That year,
US Supreme Court backs Trump on travel ban targeting Muslim-majority nations

US Supreme Court backs Trump on travel ban targeting Muslim-majority nations

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday handed Donald Trump a major victory, upholding his travel ban targeting several Muslim-majority countries and rejecting claims that it amounted to discrimination.

First cannabis-based drug approved in the US to treat epilepsy

Epidiolex has become the first drug derived from marijuana to win FDA approval in the US, and will be used to treat two forms of childhood epilepsy
US Official Warns Turkey on F-35 Deal Over Russia System

US Official Warns Turkey on F-35 Deal Over Russia System

A top U.S. State Department official warned Turkey on Tuesday that its purchase of Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter jets would be jeopardized if it does not drop a plan to buy S-400 missile
Wall Street Rebounds from Selloff on Trade Worries

Wall Street Rebounds from Selloff on Trade Worries

U.S. stocks rose on Tuesday as gains in technology, consumer discretionary stocks and General Electric helped Wall Street recover from a sharp sell-off a day earlier on spiraling global trade
Another Wave of Spin-Offs Leaves GE Vastly Changed

Another Wave of Spin-Offs Leaves GE Vastly Changed

General Electric Co. is shrinking again, becoming a mere shadow of the globe-spanning conglomerate that it was before the Great Recession.GE said Tuesday that it will spin off its health-care business
Members of Congress Toe Party Line in Reaction to Supreme Court Travel Ban

Members of Congress Toe Party Line in Reaction to Supreme Court Travel Ban

Congressional reaction to the U.S. Supreme Court's support of President Donald Trump's travel ban has fallen mostly along party lines, with one Democratic senator backing legislation to deny funding
Deceased WWII Soldier Receives Highest Military Honor

Deceased WWII Soldier Receives Highest Military Honor

President Donald Trump has awarded the Medal of Honor, the military's highest award for heroism, to deceased Army 1st Lt. Garlin "Murl" Conner, more than 70 years after he fought in World War II. His
Caught in Trade Spat, Harley-Davidson Bridges Transatlantic Divides

Caught in Trade Spat, Harley-Davidson Bridges Transatlantic Divides

European bikers may be cheering Harley-Davidson's decision Monday to shift some production of its iconic motorcycles overseas — saving them steep price tag hikes. The company's announced move, which
US House to Vote on Keeping Migrant Families Together

US House to Vote on Keeping Migrant Families Together

The U.S. House of Representatives is set to vote Wednesday on a measure to keep families together when they are apprehended trying to illegally enter the United States along the border with Mexico,
Judge Considers Change of Venue for 'El Chapo' Trial

Judge Considers Change of Venue for 'El Chapo' Trial

Each time notorious Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman appears in court in his U.S. case, authorities transporting him to and from jail shut down the Brooklyn Bridge to make way for a police
California Wildfire Grows, 1,500 Under Evacuation Orders

California Wildfire Grows, 1,500 Under Evacuation Orders

A wildfire in Northern California that forced more than 1,000 people to flee their homes grew overnight and was heading toward a sparsely populated area in a region hit hard by wildfires in recent
US to World Companies: Cut Iran Oil Imports or Face Sanctions

US to World Companies: Cut Iran Oil Imports or Face Sanctions

A senior State Department official has told reporters the United States expects companies all over the world to cut their crude oil imports from Iran to zero by November 4 or face U.S. sanctions.The
Control of US Congress in Play in Votes in Seven States

Control of US Congress in Play in Votes in Seven States

A bitter New York matchup between a convicted felon seeking to reclaim his congressional seat from a former prosecutor is among dozens of races in seven U.S. states on Tuesday, as voters pick
Trump Promises to 'Even Out' Auto Industry Trade Imbalance

Trump Promises to 'Even Out' Auto Industry Trade Imbalance

U.S. President Donald Trump tweeted Tuesday that the government is finishing a study of tariffs on cars imported to the United States, while a U.S. automobile manufacturers' group warned that placing