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Jun 14 2022
Stocks on Wall Street began trading on Tuesday with a modest gain, a day after a rush of selling pushed the S&P 500 into a bear market, leaving the index more than 20 percent below its recent peak.
The index rose 0.3 percent in early trading, even as European markets reversed their own gains and sunk deeper into the red. Markets in the Asia-Pacific region had recovered from theNew York Times (News)
Oct 16 2022
A new policy just announced by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security is leaving many Venezuelan migrants with a lot of uncertainty. The department outlined a new legal entry path for up to 24,000 qualifying Venezuelans.
However, under the new agreement with Mexico, Venezuelan migrants who cross into the U.S. illegally will be returned to Mexico and there is a cap on how many migrantsNewsNation
Jun 24 2016
Prime Minister David Cameron is to step down by October after the UK voted to leave the European Union.
Speaking outside 10 Downing Street, he said "fresh leadership" was needed.BBC News
Jun 22 2016
With Britain's referendum on whether to depart the European Union fast approaching, Europe's political leaders and major media organizations have been busy more or less begging U.K. voters not to bail.Slate
Feb 15 2023
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Sep 15 2022
Early Thursday morning, after 20 hours of talks, the White House announced that a looming rail strike was averted and a tentative deal struck between the freight rail operators and their unions. The run-up to the agreement had businesses — and the economy — on the brink.
Why it matters: The negotiations, which started in 2019 but reached a fever pitch this week, were the latest issue toAxios
Mar 08 2022
President Joe Biden on Tuesday announced a ban on the U.S. import Russian oil and natural gas, declaring that he is “targeting the main artery of Russia’s economy.”
“Russian oil will no longer be accepted at U.S. ports,” the president said in remarks at the White House. “We will not be part of subsidizing Putin’s war.”
The president said his decision comes after consulting withThe Daily Wire
Oct 27 2021
The ongoing energy crisis in Europe has shown how nations will experience "growing pains" from a switch to renewable sources of energy including wind power, according to experts who spoke to Newsweek.
The situation across the Atlantic may provide a warning for the U.S., with President Joe Biden having set a goal to decarbonize the nation's power grid by 2035 and the whole U.S. economyNewsweek
Aug 05 2022
Disputes over identity and historical birthrights are part and parcel to the Balkans. A past characterized by subjection to foreign empires meets innumerable ethnic, linguistic, and religious differences, all concentrated in a narrow geographic funnel that forms the (almost) European crossroads of West and East.
Just over the past several weeks, the region has been wracked by heightenedThe American Conservative
Jul 13 2016
British Prime Minister David Cameron steps down on Wednesday and Theresa May prepares to take his place following a momentous referendum to leave the European Union that has sent shockwaves around the world.Breitbart News