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The Senate voted 88-11 this week to constrain presidential authority to use national security as justification for taxing foreign goods, but the measure was nonbinding.
Jul. 13, 2018
The verdict, reportedly the largest ever in such a case, was awarded to 22 women and their families who claim asbestos in the powder contributed to their ovarian cancer. The company plans an appeal.
Jul. 13, 2018
Speaking with The Sun, the president said that Theresa May ignored his advice on Brexit and that it could kill the prospects for a U.S.-U.K. trade deal.
Jul. 13, 2018
Nearly two years after the gruesome death of a 10-year-old boy on the Verruckt, a judge has ruled it is time to tear down the 17-story structure.
Jul. 12, 2018
Suspense, drama and eventually a victorious hero — that was President Trump's framing of the NATO summit, revealing his approach to international relations. A cliffhanger with Vladimir Putin awaits.
Jul. 12, 2018
The lower house of parliament OK'd the bill, which is likely to sail through the upper house too. "We are ready to think and act beyond narrow short-term and vested interests," one lawmaker vowed.
Jul. 12, 2018
Five board members — including the newly named CEO — resigned rather than submit to demands from the governor. The utility still has not restored power to all who lost it after Hurricane Maria.
Jul. 12, 2018
A month after Judge Richard Leon backed the $85 billion deal, federal antitrust attorneys say they will seek to overturn it. AT&T has already begun to consolidate control of its new media holdings.
Jul. 12, 2018
Till, a black 14-year-old, was killed in Mississippi in 1955, and two white suspects were acquitted by an all-white jury. The men later confessed to the killings. No other suspect was charged.
Jul. 12, 2018
In an appearance Thursday, the speaker of the House said that when he retires from Congress at the end of this term, he's going to get a new F-150 truck.
Jul. 12, 2018
Seven fast-food franchises, facing potential prosecution from the state of Washington, abandoned a practice critics say hurt workers' chances of earning more and moving up the ladder.
Jul. 12, 2018
As Ethiopia and Eritrea declared peace, long-dead phone lines came alive. People spoke with relatives and strangers. "We will be family," an Eritrean told an Ethiopian who randomly dialed him.
Jul. 12, 2018
Two Central American fathers in El Paso were just released from ICE custody and reunited with their toddlers. Attorneys say the reunification process is ongoing, but haphazard and poorly coordinated.
Jul. 12, 2018
The platform will take tens of millions of locked accounts off follower lists in an attempt to crack down on fraud.
Jul. 12, 2018
The Trump administration has not yet responded to a lawsuit challenging the U.S. Census Bureau's policy of including unauthorized immigrants in population numbers used to distribute seats in Congress.
Jul. 12, 2018

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