A sitting senator and a high-profile financial figure have been implicated in an unwinding controversy involving the country's state-run oil company.
With China’s economy stalled, Beijing is facing tough choices about state-owned behemoths that provide jobs but have less economic impact than private-sector counterparts.
Radical Muslims may be among the employees of railway services, public transit agencies and major airports in France and the U.S., reports said.
As nations place new arrivals under more scrutiny, they're increasingly turning to new identification technologies that are tipped for big growth in the coming years.
Operations resumed at the Port Authority terminal in Manhattan on Wednesday evening after police removed a suspicious package, according to reports.
The streaming service is offering a steep discount -- three months of music for 99 cents -- in a bid to attract more listeners and maintain its lead over Apple Music.
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