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Boeing Discovers New Software Issue With Its…

The issue is reportedly related to a software power-up monitoring function.

Phew! Easing of strike brings relief for Paris…

Paris commuters are finding their smiles again after some striking subway workers decided to end their walkouts against a contested overhaul of France's pension system

Gun industry gathers amid slumping sales, rising…

The gun industry is gathering in Las Vegas for its annual trade show amid slumping sales and an uncertain political landscape

Trump's New Trade Deal Includes China's Shopping…

President Trump's newly signed trade deal with China hinges on the country's ability to buy large amounts of U.S. products.

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Malaysia sends back trash, says won't be world's…

Malaysia has sent 150 containers of plastic waste back to mainly rich countries since the third quarter last year

Davos chief welcomes views of Trump, Greta…

The head of the World Economic Forum is happy that both U.S. President Donald Trump and climate activist Greta Thunberg will attend the group's annual meeting in the Swiss resort of Davos

A US-EU Trade War Could Spell Trouble For Wine…

Proposed U.S. tariffs targeting French and European wine imports could have dire consequences for the U.S. wine industry.

Davos report: Social mobility not just right, but beneficial

A report from the organizers of the annual Davos forum suggests nations could learn from Nordic and other European countries when it comes to helping people scale up the economic ladder

Cyprus blasts 'pirate state' Turkey's new gas…

Cyprus is condemning Turkey as a “pirate state” for its renewed bid to drill for natural gas in waters where the ethnically split island nation has exclusive economic rights

Toyota Recalls Nearly 700,000 Vehicles

Toyota says the fuel pumps could stop working, increasing the risk of a crash.

Libya players agree to respect arms embargo, push…

World powers and other countries with interests in Libya's long-running civil war have agreed to respect a much-violated arms embargo, hold off on military support to the warring parties and push them to reach a full cease-fire

Former Boeing CEO Muilenburg Exits With More Than…

​Boeing disclosed Friday that Muilenburg is contractually owed stock and pension awards worth $62.2 million.

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Away winter blues! Netherlands marks National…

Tulip growers in the Netherlands have beaten back winter, if only for a day, with a riotous explosion of color in an Amsterdam square

December Marked A Decade Of Job Gains In The U.S.

The nation's unemployment rate remained steady at 3.5%.

Paris menswear: UK designers, differing styles…

On the final day of menswear shows in the French capital, Lanvin put on an ode to contrasting styles, while British designers reigned supreme

St. Louis donations wipe away $13 million in medical debt

Thousands of St. Louis-area families have been freed from a major financial burden thanks to a charitable effort that's increasingly popular among churches and other groups — eliminating medical debt

Trump Organization Sets Deadline For Buyers…

Word of the Trump Organization possibly offloading the property in Washington D.C. started to spread in October 2019.

Report: Oregon marijuana sales 420% stronger near…

A report has found marijuana sales in Oregon along the Idaho state line are 420% the statewide average

Protesters in Berlin support environment-friendly…

Demonstrators in Berlin have called for more environment-friendly agricultural practices at a protest in Berlin, among them farmers with more than 150 tractors

American Airlines Reaches Settlement With Boeing…

The airline reached an agreement with Boeing on compensation for financial damages incurred from the worldwide grounding of the 737 Max jet in 2019.

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Rare coin of Britain's King Edward VIII fetches record $1.3M

A rare gold coin bearing the image of Britain's King Edward VIII before his love-inspired abdication has sold for 1 million pounds ($1.3 million), a new record for a British coin

US allows Chevron to keep drilling in Venezuela for 3 months

The Trump administration has granted Chevron a special license to keep drilling oil in Venezuela despite a ban on American companies doing business with President Nicolás Maduro's socialist government

Borden Is The Latest U.S. Dairy Producer To File…

Borden is the second major dairy company to file for bankruptcy protection in recent months.