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Interpol President Meng Hongwei Said to Have Gone Missing in China

Interpol President Meng Hongwei Said to Have Gone Missing in China

French authorities are investigating the disappearance of Interpol’s president, Meng Hongwei, after he traveled to China and his wife reported him missing.

Published 2 weeks ago

Interpol President Meng Hongwei Said to Have Gone Missing in China

Interpol President Meng Hongwei Said to Have Gone Missing in China

French authorities are investigating the disappearance of Interpol’s president after he traveled to China and his wife reported him missing, according to French officials.

Published 2 weeks ago

China Expands Its Cybersecurity Rulebook, Heightening Foreign Corporate Concerns

China Expands Its Cybersecurity Rulebook, Heightening Foreign Corporate Concerns

The added regulations, on the heels of last year’s sweeping cybersecurity law, are likely to deepen concerns among foreign corporations about their Chinese operations.

Published 2 weeks ago

Kavanaugh clears first key vote in US Senate

Kavanaugh clears first key vote in US Senate

Final decision on Supreme Court nominee’s confirmation set for this weekend

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French police probe disappearance of Interpol president

French police probe disappearance of Interpol president

Meng Hongwei has been reported missing after travelling to China

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Senate Advances Kavanaugh to Confirmation Vote

Senate Advances Kavanaugh to Confirmation Vote

GOP Sen. Murkowski voted “no” on a key procedural vote on Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination, and Democrat Joe Manchin voted “yes.” The Senate moved forward, 51-49, setting up a final confirmation vote as soon as Saturday.

Published 2 weeks ago

How Will the Kavanaugh Fight Shape Future Politics?

How Will the Kavanaugh Fight Shape Future Politics?

Republicans have caught up with Democrats in voter enthusiasm according to a new Marist/NPR poll. WSJ's Gerald F. Seib explains how the Kavanaugh fight might be narrowing the gap. Photo: Getty

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Kavanaugh Battle Revs Up GOP Base

Kavanaugh Battle Revs Up GOP Base

The fight over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is showing signs it may be reinvigorating the Republican base, creating new calculations for those senators who remain undecided.

Published 2 weeks ago

U.S. Unemployment Rate Falls to Lowest Level Since 1969

U.S. Unemployment Rate Falls to Lowest Level Since 1969

The unemployment rate fell in September to the lowest level since the Vietnam War while hiring cooled slightly, the latest signs of an extremely tight labor market.

Published 2 weeks ago

WeWork’s European business triples losses in 2017

WeWork’s European business triples losses in 2017

Revenues doubled as shared office provider pushes ahead with rapid expansion

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Senators Prepare for Kavanaugh Vote, With GOP Confident

Senators Prepare for Kavanaugh Vote, With GOP Confident

Senators readied Friday morning for a critical vote on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, with Republican leaders more confident the nominee would win confirmation.

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Auto Makers Consider Shifting More Manufacturing to North America

Auto Makers Consider Shifting More Manufacturing to North America

Foreign car makers are considering moving more manufacturing to North America from overseas plants after the trade deal.

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Nobel Peace Prize Awarded to Anti-Sexual Violence Campaigners

Nobel Peace Prize Awarded to Anti-Sexual Violence Campaigners

The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Congolese doctor Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad, a former captive of Islamic State, for their efforts to end the use of sexual violence in war.

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China Expands Its Cybersecurity Rulebook, Heightening Foreign Corporate Concerns

China Expands Its Cybersecurity Rulebook, Heightening Foreign Corporate Concerns

The added regulations, on the heels of last year’s sweeping cybersecurity law are likely to deepen concerns among foreign corporations about their Chinese operations.

Published 2 weeks ago

U.S. Unemployment Rate Falls to Lowest Level Since 1969

U.S. Unemployment Rate Falls to Lowest Level Since 1969

The unemployment rate fell in September to the lowest level since the Vietnam War while hiring cooled slightly, the latest signs of an extremely tight labor market.

Published 2 weeks ago