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The European Commission will seek the support of EU governments to launch talks with China on an investment pact that could be a precursor to a free-trade deal if Brussels and Beijing can overcome growing tensions.
5 hrs ago | Voice of America
People heckle the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, not pictured, as he leave the scene of a terror attack in Woolwich, southeast London, May 23, 2013.
10 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
A cameraman films activists wearing orange jumpsuits as they mark the 100th day of prisoners' hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay during a protest in front of the White House in Washington WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama will seek to draw attention away from a series of domestic scandals with a speech on Thursday that defends the U.S. use of drones ... (more)
10 hrs ago | Reuters
The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis' President and CEO James Bullard speaks during the ''Hyman P. Minsky Conference on the State of the U.S. and World Economies,'' in New York, April 17, 2013.
10 hrs ago | Reuters
Hundreds of job seekers wait in line with their resumes to talk to recruiters at the Colorado Hospital Association health care career fair in Denver April 9, 2013.
12 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
EU antitrust regulators accepted on Thursday concessions from Lufthansa , United Airlines , Air Canada and Continental to ease competition concerns about their transatlantic revenue-sharing pact.
12 hrs ago | Iol.co.za
Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora on stage together during the band's performance at the "12-12-12" benefit concert for victims of Superstorm Sandy at Madison Square Garden in New York on December 12, 2012.
12 hrs ago | Reuters
The European Commission said the airlines would give up airport slots in Frankfurt and New York, and also allow rivals to sell tickets on this route, confirming a Reuters story in February.
13 hrs ago | The Star Online
Human Rights Watch accused Mozambique's government and foreign mining companies on Thursday of "serious shortcomings" in resettling communities to make way for coal mines, leaving thousands without proper homes, food or sources of income.
16 hrs ago | Rediff.com
One of the most urgent questions in economics today is the connection between inequality and growth.
Dish Network Corp is ramping up its Washington-centric campaign to thwart Japanese firm SoftBank Corp's bid for Sprint Nextel Corp, hoping to convince lawmakers and government reviewers that it poses national security risks.
Animal rights activists from Peta protest against the use of fur ahead of Berlin Fashion Week earlier this year In 1994, the world's hottest supermodels couldn't shed their clothes quickly enough to be involved in an anti-fur campaign.
The landmark immigration bill, which offers a path to citizenship for more than 11 million -- including over 260,000 Indians -- undocumented immigrants and increasing H-1B visas on Wednesday passed its first legislative test.
Credit rating firms say they could further downgrade the ratings of highly indebted euro zone countries, putting their bonds at risk of being pitched out of global indexes and reversing a fall in their borrowing costs.
U.S. carrier Delta Air Lines will watch the wave of orders for the latest Airbus and Boeing planes roll on by and wait for the jets to prove themselves before ordering any, its chief executive told Reuters on Wednesday.
A U.S. cellphone company owned by Carlos Slim has asked Californian authorities to investigate the funding behind protests against the Mexican tycoon by lobby group Two Countries, One Voice.
Judge did not provide timeframe for when ruling will be given but said landmark federal trial is 'timely and pressing matter' Demonstrators hold signs protesting the NYPD's stop-and-frisk tactic outside of Manhattan federal court in New York.