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Numerous forecasters have downgraded their expectations for growth next year.
The Federal Communications Commission told a federal court on Thursday that it acted properly when it eliminated the U.S. government's net neutrality rules, marking its first legal salvo in a campaign to battle back 22 states and tech companies including Mozilla, Facebook and Google that contend the...
The former White House aide was Trump’s preferred choice for U.S. ambassador to the U.N., but wants to stay at Goldman Sachs in New York, according to a senior White House official and a person familiar with the matter.
“You can hear how he was interrogated, tortured and then murdered,” said one person familiar with the recordings.
The U.S. has been battered by fast-intensifying hurricanes.
Everything about the massive surge in opioid abuse cuts across traditional boundaries of drug use in the U.S. It’s hit white residents in the countryside as well as minorities in cities. It involves long-banned substances such as heroin, legally prescribed painkillers, including OxyContin and,...
There are three dangers we should watch for.
Officials are inspecting possible faulty engine fuel tubes after a crash in South Carolina.
The head of Russia’s top space medicine center says that two astronauts from the U.S. and Russia are feeling good after an emergency landing
World Bank, IMF heads urge U.S., China to play by rules, fix, not break world trade system as tumbling share prices underscore risks
Federal criminal courts have ruled that the crackdown on illegal immigration cannot ignore bail and speedy-trial laws.
Stormy Daniels, the adult film star who says she had sex with Donald Trump and was paid by the U.S. president’s lawyer to keep quiet, is taking her show on the road
President Trump is stepping up blame on the Federal Reserve as concern grows the economy could be slowing.
U.S. and Chinese leaders agree to meet next month, in first direct talks since August
Portugal, Italy, Slovenia and 20 other nations rank higher than the United States on a new economic indicator from the World Bank.
A pair of reports highlight a growing concern among health officials about children who aren’t getting protection against preventable diseases.