The United States tentatively agreed to the Trans-Pacific Partnership on Monday, but many members of Congress remain unsure about the deal.
Investors saw around $11 trillion wiped off the value of global equities in the third quarter, driven by fears China’s economic slowdown would spread.
During his presidency, Bill Clinton signed some of the only significant gun legislation in decades.
Microsoft has lost the smartphone battle and after five years is limited to being a completely insignificant, niche player when compared to Android and iOS.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership could be a boon for the American financial services industry, which vigorously lobbied for it.
Four major U.S. sponsors demanded Sepp Blatter resign, but failed to mention potential consequences if he doesn't.
Anxiety has spread quickly as the unemployment rate threatens to hit double digits in a matter of months.
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