new york — the latest on fraud and corruption charges announced against people associated with college basketball (all times local):
ottawa — quebec finance minister carlos leitao says it's not a question of whether bombardier will come out on top in its bitter trade dispute with u.s. rival boeing co., it's a question of when.
minneapolis — swiss agribusiness giant syngenta said tuesday it has agreed to settle tens of thousands of u.s. lawsuits by farmers over the company's rollout of a genetically engineered corn seed variety before china approved it for import
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washington — the latest on u.s. policy on north korea (all times local):
new york — abc's "world news tonight" with david muir has dethroned nbc and finished the television season as the year's most-watched evening newscast for the first time in 21 years, since the late peter jennings was anchor.
washington — the latest on the republican effort to overhaul the obama health law (all times local):
vancouver — health-food eatery chain freshii inc.'s stock plummeted nearly 40 per cent tuesday after the company scaled back its aggressive expansion plans.
washington — new u.s. sanctions will punish eight north korean banks and 26 bank workers living abroad, the trump administration announced tuesday, in the first use of new sanctioning powers granted by president donald trump.
new york — u.s. stocks are higher tuesday afternoon. cruise lines are rising after carnival had a stronger third quarter than analysts expected and technology companies are climbing after a steep loss a day ago. small-company stocks contin
washington — twitter cited president donald trump's "newsworthiness" and the public interest as reasons why it declined to remove a tweet that added to the fiery rhetoric between the united states and north korea.
new york — equifax ceo richard smith stepped down tuesday, less than three weeks after the credit reporting agency disclosed a damaging hack to its computer system that exposed highly sensitive information for about 143 million americans.
washington — u.s. senators from both parties on tuesday grilled the chairman of the securities and exchange commission — the agency responsible for policing wall street — on its handling of a 2016 data breach that was disclosed
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dimock, pa. — two families have settled their lawsuit alleging that one of pennsylvania's biggest gas drillers contaminated their well water, six months after a federal judge threw out a multimillion-dollar jury verdict in the case.
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cleveland — federal reserve chair janet yellen acknowledged tuesday that the fed is puzzled by the persistence of unusually low inflation and that it might have to adjust the timing of its interest rate policies accordingly.
paris — the latest on the french president's europe speech (all times local):
with the latest republican health care overhaul teetering near collapse, one group in particular is watching with heightened anxiety.
tehran, iran — iranian prosecutors have filed criminal charges against the ceo of the popular encrypted messaging app telegram, a semi-official news agency reported tuesday.