National civil rights groups say they are tired of the lip service from major U.S. tech companies that have pledged to make their staffs more racially diverse.
A chapter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership supplied to Politico reportedly includes provisions that could keep drug costs high at home and abroad.
In a letter to the creditors, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras wrote he was prepared to accept many of the terms of an earlier bailout package.
Many commentators accuse China's road operators of exaggerating losses so they can carry on charging fees beyond the 15-year limit.
Russia is now committed to building its own helicopter landing ships, ending any small hope that it might one day take French Mistrals.
The bank gives low-interest loans to foreign buyers of U.S. goods, while domestic rivals of those foreign buyers borrow at market rates.
The Hercules C-130 military transport plane crashed Tuesday shortly after takeoff, and officials have recovered 141 bodies.
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