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The U.S. recognized Juan Guaidó, Venezuela's newly appointed National Assembly head, as interim president of the nation, following days of protests against Nicolás Maduro, whose... [Read More]
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U.S. regulators asked questions of Deutsche Bank AG over its role as the correspondent lender of Danske Bank A/S. [Read More]
The New York Legislature overwhelmingly passed a bill to scrap a mandate for districts to rate teachers partly by students' scores on state tests. [Read More]
Tens of thousands of Venezuelans rallied against the government of President Nicolás Maduro, as National Assembly President Juan Guaidó declared himself the country's interim leader. [Read More]
BuzzFeed is planning to lay off about 15% of its workforce, as the company seeks to reorient itself in a shifting digital-media landscape. [Read More]
A desperate nation rises to swear in a new democratic leader. [Read More]
Transportation officials welcomed the idea of introducing an electric scooter-share program in New York City, but warned that the wheels would present a unique challenge... [Read More]
The percentage of S&P 500 companies whose chief executives also serve as chairman reached 45.6% in 2018, compared with 48.7% the year before and the... [Read More]
The chairman of Huawei pushed back against claims his company conducts espionage for the Chinese government. But the U.S. says that Huawei's very structure makes... [Read More]
Immigrants have become a casualty in a larger, more important argument about American identity. [Read More]
Russia's president and his Turkish counterpart discussed in Moscow how to divide up control of northern Syria when U.S. troops leave, highlighting Washington's diminished say... [Read More]
By the bureau's Trump standard, he looked like an agent of Iran. [Read More]
Vertex Pharmaceuticals Inc. said Wednesday that it fired a high-ranking executive for unspecified personal behavior that violated the drugmaker's code of conduct. [Read More]
Several advocacy groups are urging the FTC to seek a breakup of Facebook as the agency weighs possible penalties against the social media company for... [Read More]
An independent review of a New Jersey state worker's sexual-assault allegation has concluded and no charges will be filed, prosecutors said Wednesday. [Read More]
Hydro One has terminated its planned purchase of Avista after the deal encountered multiple regulatory setbacks in the U.S. [Read More]
Canada's ambassador to China cast doubt on the U.S. legal case to have Huawei Technologies Co.'s chief financial officer extradited, underscoring the growing unease in... [Read More]
Emma Coronel relayed orders from her husband, "El Chapo," while he was in Altiplano prison, a former lieutenant says. [Read More]
A group of "yellow-vest" protesters plan to create a list of candidates for European Parliament elections as the antigovernment movement seeks to translate support on... [Read More]
Ford's fourth-quarter operating income dropped 28% amid worsening losses in China and Europe, underscoring the pressure on the auto maker's stout U.S. business as Chief... [Read More]
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