The Trans-Pacific Partnership grants electronic data, for the first time, the same international trade protections that material goods have.
Analysts warn that now more than ever, the Israeli government needs to act carefully and with restraint in order to prevent further anger among Palestinians.
Catastrophic flooding in the state this week exposed the threats many new residential developments face from climate change.
Six of the top financial institutions in the U.S. together used nearly 400 recognized tax havens in 2014. Their offshore cash totaled $126 billion.
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Gen. John Campbell, commander of U.S. forces, told the Senate that Afghan forces cannot yet fight against the Taliban on their own.
A month after staffers asked to be voluntarily recognized by management, employees won a forced election administered by the National Labor Relations Board.
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