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Falling Lake Mead Water Levels Prompt Detente in Arizona Feud

Falling Lake Mead Water Levels Prompt Detente in Arizona Feud

Bureaucratic infighting between two Arizona agencies has delayed the adoption of a regional Drought Contingency Plan, but as water levels continue to fall, those agencies are pledging to work together.

Published 1 month ago

Nafta deal possible, says Mexico’s new economy minister

Nafta deal possible, says Mexico’s new economy minister

Graciela Márquez optimistic as she prepares to take over tough talks with Trump team

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US sports investors prepare bids for AC Milan

US sports investors prepare bids for AC Milan

Italian football club in play after Chinese owner fails to repay hedge fund debt

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Phone Calls Are Dead. Voice Chat Is the Future.

Phone Calls Are Dead. Voice Chat Is the Future.

Voice chat might be the future of communication, as companies

Published 1 month ago

Pompeo Maintains Optimism on Nuclear Talks With North Korea

Pompeo Maintains Optimism on Nuclear Talks With North Korea

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo insisted on Sunday that nuclear talks with North Korea had advanced after a two-day trip to the country, disputing Pyongyang’s statement that the visit had been “regrettable” and raised the “risk of war.”

Published 1 month ago

Trump Zeroes In on Supreme Court Pick

Trump Zeroes In on Supreme Court Pick

President Trump headed into the weekend undecided about whom he will pick for the Supreme Court, but people familiar with the process said they believe he is moving toward selecting Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

Published 1 month ago

How Regulators Averted a Debacle in Credit-Default Swaps

How Regulators Averted a Debacle in Credit-Default Swaps

When Blackstone Group made a bet that shook confidence in the credit derivatives market, U.S. regulators waged an unusual campaign to pressure the investment firm to back down.

Published 1 month ago

Why China is Keeping a Close Eye on Tech Giant Tencent

Why China is Keeping a Close Eye on Tech Giant Tencent

The WeChat smartphone app’s ubiquity in China is creating a new challenge for its creator Tencent Holdings: heightened scrutiny from Beijing.

Published 1 month ago

Trump Administration Halts Payments Expected by Health Insurers

Trump Administration Halts Payments Expected by Health Insurers

The Trump administration confirmed it is suspending billions of dollars in payments expected by insurers under the Affordable Care Act, saying the halt is necessary because of a judge’s ruling.

Published 1 month ago

Witnesses Revisit 2007 Baghdad Shooting in New Blackwater Trial

Witnesses Revisit 2007 Baghdad Shooting in New Blackwater Trial

The retrial of a Blackwater guard accused of killing an Iraqi in Baghdad in 2007 is under way in federal court in Washington, reviving memories of one of the Iraq war’s most difficult moments.

Published 1 month ago

Miss America Organization Split by #MeToo Era Swimsuit Decision

Miss America Organization Split by #MeToo Era Swimsuit Decision

Nearly half of Miss America’s board has left in the wake of the organization’s decision to eliminate the swimsuit competition, and 22 state pageant leaders are seeking to oust Chairwoman Gretchen Carlson over concerns about the pageant’s new direction.

Published 1 month ago

Pompeo Maintains Optimism on Nuclear Talks With North Korea

Pompeo Maintains Optimism on Nuclear Talks With North Korea

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo insisted on Sunday that nuclear talks with North Korea had advanced after a two-day trip to the country, disputing Pyongyang’s statement that the visit had been “regrettable” and raised the “risk of war.”

Published 1 month ago

Falling Lake Mead Water Levels Prompt Detente in Arizona Feud

Falling Lake Mead Water Levels Prompt Detente in Arizona Feud

Bureaucratic infighting between two Arizona agencies has delayed the adoption of a regional Drought Contingency Plan, but as water levels continue to fall, those agencies are pledging to work together.

Published 1 month ago

U.S. Service Member Killed in Apparent Insider Attack in Afghanistan

U.S. Service Member Killed in Apparent Insider Attack in Afghanistan

A U.S. service member was killed and two others were wounded in an apparent insider attack in southern Afghanistan, the American-led military coalition said Saturday.

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