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Leaders from France to Japan open up to the Russian president as the U.S. goes its own way. [Read More]
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Republican Senator Bob Corker said President Donald Trump's administration "is using trade policy maybe too transactionally" in a way that runs counter to U.S. interests. [Read More]
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South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa said he is committed to the independence of the country's central bank even as the government considers nationalizing it. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump has signed the biggest rollback of financial regulation since the Dodd-Frank Act was enacted in 2010, freeing smaller banks from the burden... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump called the collapse of a planned summit with Kim Jong Un a setback for both North Korea and the world. [Read More]
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Uber admitted to making mistakes in London, promising to work closely with authorities as it tries to get its operating license renewed. [Read More]
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A leader of moderate House Republicans' bid to force votes on immigration bills said President Donald Trump has joined talks seeking a compromise and that... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump's threat to impose sweeping new tariffs on imported automobiles may be an attempt to pressure his Nafta partners into striking a deal... [Read More]
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The Democratic National Committee won a court order forcing President Donald Trump's administration to help in the group's lawsuit accusing Russia of interfering in the... [Read More]
That's why the administration needs an adviser like John Bolton, who won't tolerate a weak deal just for the sake of a deal. [Read More]
The U.S. imposed sanctions Thursday on nine individuals or companies for providing support to Iranian airlines already subject to penalties. [Read More]
No one in Prime Minister Theresa May's cabinet is showing any signs of changing their mind on the U.K.'s best option for post-Brexit customs arrangements... [Read More]
The House voted to punish China's ZTE Corp. as part of an annual defense policy bill. [Read More]
South Africa's National Treasury has asked the country's chief justice to order the welfare agency to release money to a unit of Net 1 UEPS... [Read More]
The U.K. set out its goals for the post-Brexit economic partnership with the European Union, calling for the future trade deal to break new ground... [Read More]
Class action lawsuits are the wrong way to settle employment disputes. [Read More]
President Donald Trump canceled his planned summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un that had been scheduled for June 12 in Singapore. [Read More]
The Netherlands' largest city has a new government, and it's tilting left with plans for a big increase in affordable housing. [Read More]
The U.K. believes the Kremlin was behind a hoax call to Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson in which Russian pranksters pretended to be Armenian Prime Minister... [Read More]
The U.K. may find prolonging its membership of Europe's customs union after Brexit is the only "viable" option as new arrangements are unlikely to be... [Read More]
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