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UK government set to reverse plan on specific Brexit date

UK government set to reverse plan on specific Brexit date

Fixing day of departure in law could be dropped after rebellion

Published 1 month ago

Senators call for probe into Franken groping claim

Senators call for probe into Franken groping claim

Democrat apologises as sexual harassment accusations shake Capitol Hill

Published 1 month ago

US tax reform dash catches out lobbyists

US tax reform dash catches out lobbyists

The Republican push for a deal has left business bodies struggling to keep up

Published 1 month ago

A bruising Brexit could shipwreck the British economy

A bruising Brexit could shipwreck the British economy

It is absurd to suggest that the UK could withstand the shock of worse market access

Published 2 months ago

Left behind: can anyone save the towns the UK economy forgot?

Left behind: can anyone save the towns the UK economy forgot?

Soaring antidepressant usage, falling life expectancy: Blackpool embodies much of what is going wrong on the fringes of Britain

Published 2 months ago

Google faces sustained regulatory attack from emboldened critics

Google faces sustained regulatory attack from emboldened critics

Political mood in US has shifted against big tech companies

Published 1 month ago

Republican deficit hawks tight-lipped on costs of tax package

Republican deficit hawks tight-lipped on costs of tax package

Advocates say growth and lower spending can offset trillions in extra borrowing required

Published 1 month ago

Pentagon Moves to Develop Banned Intermediate Missile

Pentagon Moves to Develop Banned Intermediate Missile

The U.S., accusing Russia of violating a Cold-War era arms treaty, has begun researching the development of a ground-based cruise missile banned under the pact to counter weapons that Washington believes Russia is fielding, according to U.S. officials.

Published 1 month ago

Valparaiso Law School Suspends Admissions

Valparaiso Law School Suspends Admissions

Valparaiso University, a private university in Northwest Indiana, said its board of directors voted to stop enrolling new law school students, as the tough climate for legal education claims another victim.

Published 1 month ago

House Passes GOP Bill to Overhaul Tax System

House Passes GOP Bill to Overhaul Tax System

The House of Representatives passed a bill that would usher in the most far-reaching overhaul of the U.S. tax system in 31 years, backing a plan that would lower the corporate tax rate to its lowest point since 1939 and cut individual taxes for most households in 2018.

Published 1 month ago

FCC Rolls Back Limits on Local Broadcast Ownership

FCC Rolls Back Limits on Local Broadcast Ownership

The Federal Communications Commission reversed longstanding limits on local ownership of TV stations as well as radio stations and newspapers, opening the door to a new wave of consolidation.

Published 1 month ago

Al Franken Accused of Sexual Misconduct

Al Franken Accused of Sexual Misconduct

Sen. Al Franken (D., Minn.) faced allegations of sexual misconduct, after a woman said he kissed her against her will during a 2006 rehearsal and he posed for a photo in which he appeared to grope her while she was asleep.

Published 1 month ago

Barnes & Noble Investor Proposes Deal to Take Bookseller Private

Barnes & Noble Investor Proposes Deal to Take Bookseller Private

An activist investor in Barnes & Noble has proposed a transaction that would take the bookseller private with the help of current shareholders and a hefty dose of borrowings, an effort that could face formidable obstacles.

Published 1 month ago

Jury Is Deadlocked in Sen. Menendez Public-Corruption Trial

Jury Is Deadlocked in Sen. Menendez Public-Corruption Trial

For the second time this week a federal jury has said it cannot reach a verdict in the corruption trial of U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez of New Jersey.

Published 1 month ago

Stocks Bounce Back After Losing Streak

Stocks Bounce Back After Losing Streak

Rising shares of Wal-Mart Stores and other consumer staples companies helped U.S. stocks rebound a day after the S&P 500 posted its biggest drop since September.

Published 2 months ago