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Pakistan defends decision not to take on Haqqani militants

Pakistan defends decision not to take on Haqqani militants

Ambassador to US says direct move against Taliban-linked network could start a war

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Macron boosts May’s hopes of bespoke EU trade deal

Macron boosts May’s hopes of bespoke EU trade deal

French president raises chances of halfway-house compromise on access to single market

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Sliding US dollar creates a trap for investors

Sliding US dollar creates a trap for investors

A rebound would send sure bets into reverse and spark turbulence across markets

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Twitter Reveals 1,000 More Accounts Tied to Russian Propaganda Agency

Twitter Reveals 1,000 More Accounts Tied to Russian Propaganda Agency

The company had initially told congressional investigators it discovered more than 2,700 accounts linked to a shadowy so-called troll farm believed to have spread disinformation to sow political division among Americans.

Published 4 months ago

U.S. Government Shuts Down, But Impact Likely to Be Muted

U.S. Government Shuts Down, But Impact Likely to Be Muted

Much of the federal government’s work is expected to continue despite the partial shutdown because the Trump administration plans to proceed with many operations despite a lack of official funding.

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In a Shutdown, What Part of the Federal Government Will Be Working and What Won’t Be

In a Shutdown, What Part of the Federal Government Will Be Working and What Won’t Be

Although Congress failed to reach a deal on a spending plan, many federal government operations will continue despite a lack of official funding. Here’s a brief look at government functions during a shutdown.

Published 4 months ago

What Happens in a Shutdown?

What Happens in a Shutdown?

Congress failed to agree on a spending plan by midnight Friday, triggering a U.S. government shutdown. Here’s some details on what that means for federal employees, as well as Americans in general.

Published 4 months ago

How Wall Street Keeps #MeToo Claims Out of the Spotlight

How Wall Street Keeps #MeToo Claims Out of the Spotlight

Bank of America, Goldman Sachs and other major institutions act privately to handle allegations of inappropriate behavior, in some cases, allowing financial executives leave with reputations intact.

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Donald Trump Is Still Their Man

Donald Trump Is Still Their Man

In the heart of Virginia coal country, the people of Buchanan County gave candidate Trump some of his biggest majorities, and they remain loyal. The big reason: A local rebound.

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Facebook will ask users to rank trusted news sources

Facebook will ask users to rank trusted news sources

Zuckerberg wants to prioritise information that is ‘trustworthy, informative and local’

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Grain powerhouse ADM makes Bunge takeover approach

Grain powerhouse ADM makes Bunge takeover approach

Move would combine two of the world’s four largest grain merchants

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CDC to Scale Back Work in Dozens of Foreign Countries Amid Funding Worries

CDC to Scale Back Work in Dozens of Foreign Countries Amid Funding Worries

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention plans to scale back or discontinue its work to prevent infectious-disease epidemics and other health threats in 39 foreign countries because it expects funding for the work to end, the agency told employees.

Published 4 months ago

ADM Has Made Takeover Approach to Bunge Ltd.

ADM Has Made Takeover Approach to Bunge Ltd.

Archer Daniels Midland Co. has made a takeover approach to grain trader and processor Bunge Ltd., according to people familiar with the matter, setting up a possible bidding war with Glencore PLC.

Published 4 months ago

Los Angeles Times Publisher Ross Levinsohn to Go on Unpaid Leave of Absence

Los Angeles Times Publisher Ross Levinsohn to Go on Unpaid Leave of Absence

Ross Levinsohn, the publisher and chief executive of the Los Angeles Times, will take an unpaid leave of absence while parent company Tronc Inc. investigates allegations of workplace misconduct at his prior places of employment, a person familiar with the matter said

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