UK’s Polish Migrants Are Vexed By Potential Brexit

The June vote centered on Britain’s future in the EU has left the fate of more than 850,000 Poles living and working in the U.K. hanging in the balance.

PLDT, Globe To Buy San Miguel’s Telecom Unit For $1.5B

The move is expected to improve internet speed and coverage in the Philippines while leaving room for a third player to enter the market.

Chief Syrian Opposition Negotiator Quits

Mohammed Alloush’s resignation comes at a time when fighting between government and rebel forces in the war-torn nation shows no signs of abating.

Libertarians Angle For Mainstream Support

With the likely Republican and Democratic nominees both suffering record low popularity, the Libertarian Party sees an opening.
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The Enduring Marriage Of Hollywood And Booze

Celebrity endorsers are the toast of the alcohol industry, driving a growing portion of its more than $200 billion annual U.S. sales as brands and wine regions use star power to stand out.
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Chicago Facing A Long, Hot Summer

The tommy guns from the days of Al Capone may be gone, but the violence in Chicago is just as real.

Over 700 Feared Dead In Shipwrecks, UN Says

Three boats capsized south of Italy on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday as hundreds tried desperately to cross the perilous Mediterranean Sea to reach Europe.
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SpaceX Did It Again

Elon Musk’s space transport company has proved once again it can recover a first-stage rocket from a high-orbit satellite launch.


A Day Standing Guard With Vietnam Veterans

Vietnam veterans were the last generation of soldiers drafted and the first to be spat on. Now, as they enter their upper years, the Veterans Memorial is what binds them together.
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Olympic Athletes Under The Microscope

What better way to unravel the risks and mysteries of the Zika virus than to study a large cohort traveling to Brazil, the epicenter of the disease?

Driving Into A Dragnet

License plate scanners collect vast amounts of data for police departments. The technology is used to catch criminals, but what about the data collected on everyone else?