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Lawyers Begin Sketching Legal Strategy to Challenge Possible Nafta Withdrawal

Lawyers Begin Sketching Legal Strategy to Challenge Possible Nafta Withdrawal

Congressional trade lawyers and attorneys from private firms in Washington have begun meeting informally to devise ways to challenge any decision by President Donald Trump to pull out of the North American Free Trade Agreement.

Published 2 months ago

Three Wise Men: Xi Seeks to Join Mao and Deng in China’s ‘Holy Scripture’

Three Wise Men: Xi Seeks to Join Mao and Deng in China’s ‘Holy Scripture’

Chinese President Xi Jinping has collected titles, like commander-in-chief, to signify his ascendance as the country’s most powerful leader in decades. Now he is being hailed as its most thoughtful leader too.

Published 2 months ago

Hacking Is a Risk for Pacemakers. So Is the Fix

Hacking Is a Risk for Pacemakers. So Is the Fix

A new software patch to fix a cybersecurity weakness in pacemakers has raised a dilemma among doctors and patients: Is the fix worth the risk?

Published 2 months ago

Japan’s Abe Parlays North Korean Threat Into Favored Electoral Victory

Japan’s Abe Parlays North Korean Threat Into Favored Electoral Victory

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is on course for a big electoral victory on Sunday, latest polls suggest, helped by economic growth, opposition disarray and an existential threat from North Korea’s nuclear program.

Published 2 months ago

GOP Gears Up for Tax-Overhaul Push

GOP Gears Up for Tax-Overhaul Push

With the Senate’s passage of a 2018 budget, the sprint to write a major tax bill is on. Here are the next steps they must take to notch a legislative victory.

Published 2 months ago

Inside Puerto Rico’s Struggle to Recover a Month After Hurricane

Inside Puerto Rico’s Struggle to Recover a Month After Hurricane

Puerto Rico has made strides since Hurricane Maria struck a month ago, but a balky power grid, unreliable cell service and damaged roads are hampering the recovery.

Published 2 months ago

Venezuela Bars Opposition Governors From Taking Office

Venezuela Bars Opposition Governors From Taking Office

The move comes after the opposition released evidence it said proves electoral fraud in a crucial industrial state.

Published 3 months ago

Death of U.S. Soldiers in Niger Sparks FBI Probe, Criticism

Death of U.S. Soldiers in Niger Sparks FBI Probe, Criticism

The FBI has joined the investigation into how a group of militants thought to be Islamists killed four American soldiers in Niger two weeks ago, a move that comes as U.S. officials face criticism over their struggle to answer questions about the incident.

Published 3 months ago

John Kelly Defends Trump After Criticism of Phone Call to Widow

John Kelly Defends Trump After Criticism of Phone Call to Widow

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly said the president expressed his condolences to the families of fallen soldiers the “best way he could.”

Published 3 months ago

Symbol of Kurdish Nationalism Rises in Raqqa

Symbol of Kurdish Nationalism Rises in Raqqa

Two days after leading the battle to oust Islamic State from Raqqa, U.S.-backed Kurdish fighters on Thursday made clear they have replaced the extremist group as the Syrian city’s new authority.

Published 3 months ago

Republicans Expect Senate Budget Resolution to Pass

Republicans Expect Senate Budget Resolution to Pass

Senate Republicans are expected to adopt their budget proposal later Thursday, marking an important step in the GOP push to overhaul the tax code.

Published 3 months ago

Tillerson Warns China on Trade, Territorial Claims

Tillerson Warns China on Trade, Territorial Claims

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson warned China on Thursday that the U.S. has an arsenal of economic weapons to force Beijing to address trade imbalances and a continuing territorial dispute in the South China Sea.

Published 3 months ago

George W. Bush Rejects Trump Stances on Trade and Immigration

George W. Bush Rejects Trump Stances on Trade and Immigration

Former President George W. Bush rejected the trade and immigration stances that President Donald Trump has made a centerpiece of his administration, and argued that the U.S. should continue defending free markets and democracy globally.

Published 3 months ago

Why Bitcoin Buyers Should Heed Lessons of China’s Bubbles

Why Bitcoin Buyers Should Heed Lessons of China’s Bubbles

Investors looking to trade on today’s big themes, like cryptocurrencies, should beware of being late, not early, and should always be ready to sell.

Published 3 months ago

Insurers and Governors Urge GOP Lawmakers to Back Bipartisan Health Bill

Insurers and Governors Urge GOP Lawmakers to Back Bipartisan Health Bill

Support for a bipartisan health care deal from insurers, health groups and roughly a dozen governors of both parties is putting pressure on Republican lawmakers who have balked at the agreement and left its chances of passage uncertain.

Published 3 months ago