Two suicide bombers struck an Afghan police convoy on the outskirts of the capital Kabul, killing at least 40 people and injuring dozens of others on Thursday.
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Says E.U. vote does not change special U.S.-U.K. relationship.
The Philippines contests Beijing's claims in the disputed waters.
Strikes near Falluja among the deadliest against Islamic State.
By Michael Lerner Ottawa has agreed to send up to 1,000 special forces to Latvia for NATO.
The former mayor of Davao vowed to continue his “relentless” fight against corruption and crime.
At Ohio rally, presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump lambasted the Trans Pacific Partnership.
by Erin Wright Petition that garnered 3.7M signatures has "no legal authority."
By Michael Lerner Unions agreed to layoffs of a third of the staff rather than a likely path to bankruptcy.
The combined company will own 16,000 titles in its film and television library.
By Michael Lerner The firm hopes that the facility will help bring its drugs to the Chinese market much faster.
By Michael Lerner Legalizing gambling and building casinos could bring major economic benefits.
by Juliana Kenny Google, Microsoft and Facebook are driving transoceanic cable systems.
by Juliana Kenny The agenda includes desired goals for Silicon Valley.
by Juliana Kenny Many questions remain about how billions of connected devices will look.
by Juliana Kenny The market for edtech in the U.S. grows more profitable each year.
By Michael Lerner The list of exisiting or planned sites includes California, Morocco, India, Dubai, and China.
by Juliana Kenny Lawmakers are pressing the FDA for a total lift of the ban.
by Juliana Kenny Multiple states' "admitting privileges" laws have been struck down.
by Juliana Kenny What will the U.K.'s role be in stemming global warming?
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