In our news wrap Tuesday, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and rival Abdullah Abdullah traded blame for a possible $1 billion reduction of U.S. aid. Sec. of State Mike Pompeo made the threat after meeting with them in Kabul. Also, The…
Singaporean reporter Chun Han Wong and another WSJ reporter wrote a story detailing an Australian investigation into the alleged links of Xi's cousin to high-stakes gambling, money laundering and suspected organized crime.
By Yanan Wang, Associated Press
President-elect Donald Trump’s proposed economic team suggests a preference for Wall Street veterans, in a reversal of his campaign promise to surround himself with establishment outsiders. Judy Woodruff speaks with David Wessel of The Brookings Institution about the “elite” appointments,…
By PBS NewsHour
The nation's biggest airline, biggest stock exchange and most prominent business newspaper all suffered long online service interruptions on Wednesday. That came just as worries over the vulnerabilities of digital technology were front and center at a congressional hearing. Judy…
By PBS NewsHour
By Associated Press
WASHINGTON — The Justice Department is collecting data from thousands of cellphones through high-tech gear deployed on airplanes that mimics communications towers, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.
By Simone Pathe
Initial jobless claims rose by 4,000 for the week ending August 30, bringing the total for the week to only slightly higher than the projected 300,000.
Extended unemployment benefits expire for some 1.3 million Americans after Congress fails to extend a recession-era program that steps in after state benefit limits are reached. Brenda Cronin has been covering the story for The Wall Street Journal.
In Brazil, Enormous Stadiums Stand as Symbol of Protesters' Frustration…
Obama Pushes Immigration Reform at White House Ceremony for New Citizens…
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