In remarks released late Saturday, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang argued that market-stabilization measures taken by the government had been effective.
In response to the spike in homicides, hundreds of police officers have been pulled from administrative roles to resume patrol duty, part of a new “all hands on deck” strategy.
Republican presidential hopeful also said his upcoming decision on whether to run as an independent will make people happy.
A witness said the man got excited as Alex Rodriguez came up to bat and "his momentum took him" over the railing.
A Bloomberg Politics/Des Moines Register survey indicated Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders polling within single digits of front-runner Hillary Clinton.
The Islamic State group arrested up to 200 people protesting after a man was shot in front of his relatives, the Anbar Council confirmed to the AP.
The Fed's second-in-command said in a speech at the Jackson Hole Symposium that central bankers are more interested in where the U.S. economy is going than where it's been.
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