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Lawsuit alleges Glencore warehouse firm falsified zinc documents

Executives at a metals warehouse firm owned by commodities group Glencore allegedly ordered workers to falsify documents in New Orleans to manipulate the zinc market, according to a complaint filed by zinc purchasers in a U.S

Lawsuit alleges Glencore warehouse firm falsified zinc documents

Congress eyes $1 billion to aid at risk families

Key members of the U.S. Congress said Friday they had reached a compromise to shift more than $1 billion to try to keep struggling families together, including those with babies born dependant on opioids.

Congress eyes $1 billion to aid at risk families

Wonder if Obamas will shift to India: Shiv Sena

The Sena said that Modi thanking America for standing by India in its times of need is only an example of his courteous nature.

Wonder if Obamas will shift to India: Shiv Sena

3 dead after plane crashes into car near Houston airport

Houston Fire Department spokesman Jay Evans said the plane crashed shortly after 1 p.m. into a car that was parked at a hardware store near Hobby Airport in the southeastern part of the city.

3 dead after plane crashes into car near Houston airport

 Tribune renames itself ‘Tronc’ while Gannett weighs its bid

In a statement, a Tribune spokesman said the Chicago-based company is reviewing the complaint carefully. Gannett wants Tribune so it can cut costs and sell more ads. But Tribune....

 Tribune renames itself ‘Tronc’ while Gannett weighs its bid

Ohio official: No decision yet on charges in gorilla case

A federal inspection less than two months ago found no problems with the gorilla exhibit, but earlier inspections reported issues including the potential danger....

Ohio official: No decision yet on charges in gorilla case

Slain Cincinnati gorilla likely to live on in genetic ‘frozen zoo’

Given the numbers of gorillas in captivity, Harambe's genetic material would likely be drawn on only in the event of some new disease that took a heavy...

Slain Cincinnati gorilla likely to live on in genetic ‘frozen zoo’

US lawmakers get preachy before Narendra Modi’s visit

On both counts, it fell on Nisha Desai Biswal, Obama administration's India-born point person for South Asia, to come to the defence of a "democratic, pluralistic, and secular" society with whom US shares what Obama has famou

US lawmakers get preachy before Narendra Modi’s visit

New Taliban Chief Mawlawi Haibatullah not on terrorist list: United States

“We would hope that he would seize the opportunity. He does have an opportunity in front of him to choose peace and to work towards a negotiated solution. We hope that he makes that choice now,” Toner said.

New Taliban Chief Mawlawi Haibatullah not on terrorist list: United States

Solar storms may have been key to life on Earth: NASA

Scientists are able to piece together the history of the Sun by searching for similar stars in our galaxy. By placing these Sun-like stars in order according to their age, the stars appear as a functional timeline of how our

Solar storms may have been key to life on Earth: NASA

Afghan Taliban meet on succession as Obama confirms leader’s death

The killing of Mansour appears to have set back any prospect of a start to peace talks between the Taliban and the Western-backed government in Kabul.

Afghan Taliban meet on succession as Obama confirms leader’s death

US reveals how much Treasury debt Saudi Arabia owns

Foreign holdings of U.S. Treasury securities rose in March, with the Treasury Department revealing for the first time in four decades how much Saudi Arabia owns.

US reveals how much Treasury debt Saudi Arabia owns

Hillary Clinton and the 2-for-1 presidency

The notion of a 2-for-1 Clinton presidency is back.

Hillary Clinton and the 2-for-1 presidency

Chinese investment in US real estate tops $300 billion: study

Chinese investment in the U.S. real estate market has surpassed $300 billion and is growing despite China's economic weakness and increased currency controls...

Chinese investment in US real estate tops $300 billion: study

Pakistan to host four-nation meet to discuss Afghan peace

The US, Pakistan, Afghanistan and China will meet here this week to discuss a roadmap for negotiating a peace deal with the Afghan Taliban to end the 15-year insurgency, amid a surge in violence in the war-torn country.

Pakistan to host four-nation meet to discuss Afghan peace
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