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For years, executives at Brazil’s state-owned oil giant, Petrobras, took $2 billion in bribes as part of a massive scheme that implicated hundreds of middlemen, congressmen and politicians, prosecutors allege. Last week, the company made a rare…
Burundi, a central African country roughly the size of Massachusetts, may be undergoing a coup that could destabilize its neighbors. The former Belgian colony’s fragile democracy was threatened this month, when its president, Pierre Nkurunziza, announced he was running for…
For this week’s Shortwave, PJ Tobia looks at the practice and pitfalls of EB-5 investor visa program, which is due to expire in September.
Law enforcement officials identified the two gunmen killed by police on Sunday after they opened fire outside a cartoon-drawing contest of the Prophet Muhammad in a Dallas suburb. One of them was being investigated by the FBI.
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An estimated 700 migrants drowned to death after a ship taking them to Europe from Libya capsized in the Mediterranean Sea on Saturday night. Rescuers led by the Italian Coast Guard are still searching for bodies and the death count…
Traders pay upwards of $20,000 a year for access to the service, which serve as their eyes and ears into financial markets around the world. Bloomberg blamed the two-hour outage on internal network issues.
A Syrian government raid on an Islamic State threshold that resulted in over 100 civilian casualties last year could amount to a war crime, human rights organization Amnesty International said in a report on Tuesday.
Three inches of snowfall on Sunday capped what has been the worst winter in Boston’s history. The city was dumped with more than 108.6 inches of powder this season, an inch more than the previous record, according to the National…
Kansas’ state senate on Friday approved a bill banning an abortion method commonly used to terminate pregnancies in the second trimester, a victory for anti-abortion activists in what could become the country’s first ban of the procedure.
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