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A witness said the attendant had taken a stroller from a woman traveling with two young children and had then nearly come to blows with another passenger. American quickly apologized.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - International Monetary Fund members on Saturday dropped a pledge to fight protectionism amid a split over trade policy and turned their attention to another looming threat to gl
A high-speed rail project long left for dead by critics may have new life, thanks to a key study, the arrival of the Trump administration and an unexpected wild card — the Las Vegas Raiders.
TORONTO - Canadian Olympic Committee president Tricia Smith helped calm the waters after the tumultuous departure of Marcel Aubut in late 2015. Armed with a new four-year mandate, Smith now has the op
It was something like a flashback for Canadian scientists who gathered across the country Saturday to rally in support of their American counterparts, who say they're facing mounting attacks against s
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso said on Saturday trade imbalances cannot be fixed through exchange-rate adjustments alone, pushing back against Washington's calls to have mor
Member countries of the International Monetary Fund on Saturday pledged to work to reduce global imbalances but failed to repeat their past pledge to resist all forms of protectionism.
PARIS (AP) — The final hours of many electoral campaigns are frantic affairs, dominated by last-minute pitches, late-breaking polls and massive social media campaigns aimed at drumming up turnout. No
MONTREAL - French citizens are lining up in Montreal to cast their votes in what is expected to be a very tight presidential election. By mid-morning, about 100 citizens were standing in line at a vo
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Saturday called on the International Monetary Fund to enhance surveillance of its members' exchange rates and external imbalances, as l
Real estate interests have shown their lobbying prowess, and the president has embraced positions that would benefit developers and complicate changes.
Real estate interests have shown their lobbying prowess, and the president has embraced positions that would benefit developers and complicate changes.
This just in: Madison Bumgarner is an idiot. San Francisco's ace left-hander is out six to eight weeks after falling from his motorcycle. Or as one savvy fan suggests, after kissing it.
In the past three years, there’s been an explosion in the number of startups making products from food waste, according to a new industry census by the nonprofit coalition ReFED.
Thousands of scientists worldwide, including those in Canada, are leaving their labs and taking to the streets today to rail against what they say are mounting attacks against science. The March for
A video appears to show an intense confrontation between passengers and an American Airlines team member.             
QUESNEL, B.C. - Police say one person is dead and several others are injured in a crash involving Greyhound bus and three other vehicles in B.C.'s Cariboo region. RCMP say the crash happened Friday j
The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks has recommended significant changes for the coming deer season.              
MANILA, Philippines - Businesses in the process of digital transformation are invited to bridge the gap from Legacy to Cloud Native (L2CN) at Amihan’s produc
WASHINGTON – The Philippines continued to defy the declining trend in remittances to developing countries, according to the latest edition of the Migration a
MANILA, Philippines - The Monetary Board of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) has ordered the closure of Rural Bank of Ragay (Camarines Sur), Inc., the f
MANILA, Philippines - Seven renewable energy projects were cleared to proceed undertaking grid impact studies as of March, latest data from the Department of
MANILA, Philippines - The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) is set to decide on the fate of the 75 mining contracts which have been been
MANILA, Philippines - The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and the SM Group are set to launch this week the first Go Lokal store in the country’s large
MANILA, Philippines - The Center for Global Best Practices is offering a pioneering seminar titled, “Citizens’ and Public Officials Guide to The Local Govern
MANILA, Philippines - Public spending on infrastructure rose 2.6 percent in February to P43.3 billion as the national government continued to construct more
MANILA, Philippines - Local banks continued to tighten their credit standards for loans to companies, but maintained those for households during the first qu
MANILA, Philippines - A seafarers’ group has expanded its cooperative program to make more loans available to seafarers and encourage them to get into busine
MANILA, Philippines - Ayala Corp., the country’s oldest conglomerate, has adopted the Integrated Reporting framework, a first in the country as it contribute
MANILA, Philippines - British banking giant Standard Chartered Bank has upgraded its economic growth forecast for the Philippines this year as the country’s
A Canadian man has pleaded guilty to attempting to export fentanyl products and other synthetic drugs from China into the United States. A release from the U.S. Attorney in New York says Karl Morriso
HOUSTON (AP) — American Airlines says it has grounded a flight attendant who got into a verbal confrontation with a passenger after the flight attendant took a baby stroller away from another passeng
Since national decisions affect us personally, and since our collective personal decisions instigate national decisions, our big- and small-picture problems are actually closely intertwined.
Since national decisions affect us personally, and since our collective personal decisions instigate national decisions, our big- and small-picture problems are actually closely intertwined.
Often, it’s a symptom of trying to find the “right time” to invest and never feeling confident in any conditions; while Wall Street proverbially climbs a wall of worry, their cash sits stagnant.
Richard Florida, whose influential ‘Rise of the Creative Class’ pegged cities’ future to their success in cultivating that group, says a new urban crisis is spreading as a few metros win almost all t
The quirky, mission-driven fund company has scooped up about 8.5 times as much investor money in the past three years as all 4,000-plus competitors in the mutual-fund industry combined.
Veteran analyst Richard Aboulafia takes on the proliferation of recent startups, which he dismisses as “this weird new maze of 1950s Popular Mechanics cover stories.” Also, a UW class project becomes
WASHINGTON - Global finance leaders are playing down differences over free trade with President Donald Trump, saying there is wide agreement that globalization delivers stronger economic growth. But
Since taking over two years ago, James and Lachlan Murdoch seem determined to rid the company of the old-guard culture on which their father built his empire.
Thousands of scientists worldwide, including those in Canada, are planning to leave their labs and take to the streets today to rail against what they say are mounting attacks against science. The Ma
Obesity resulted in as much as 47 percent more life-years lost than tobacco, and tobacco caused similar life-years lost as high blood pressure, new research has shown.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley expressed confidence that embattled industrialist Vijay Mallya will be extradited to India but said due legal process in the UK needs to be followed.
A mission of Azerbaijani businessmen will visit Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the UAE in July to establish business ties, Chairman of the “Cooperation of Azerbaijan and Arab Countries” Public Association El
Officers of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) have detained one of the key suspects in the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) embezzlement case committed under the eye of businessman Serhiy Kurchenko
Rising geopolitical concerns amid mixed bag results from India Inc. capped upside for the markets as Nifty50 closed 0.34 percent lower for the week ended 21 April. Coming week unlikely to be any dif
When the new Winnipeg airport terminal was completed in 2011, it was forecast passenger traffic would hit four million by the end of 2019. Well, that milestone was hit three years early and the overa
MABALACAT CITY -- The North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) Corporation projected a five to 10 percent increase in its revenues this year, a NLEX official said. NLEX Corporation president Rodrigo Franco said
Government's priority is to ensure certainty and continuity in the trade and investment relationship between the UK and SA following the UK's exit from the EU, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies.
The DA said that the report by National Treasury on Eskom's coal contract with Tegeta Exploration will prove a political test for Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba.
On the occasion of the Earth Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today hoped that awareness would be created about protecting nature and natural resources.
The “Cooperation of Azerbaijan and Arab Countries” Public Association has been created in Azerbaijan. The association was presented to public in Baku on Apr. 22.
Baku will host the first Azerbaijani-Arab business forum in October, said Elshan Rahimov, chairman of the “Cooperation of Azerbaijan and Arab countries” Public Association.
MOSCOW — Russia’s National Anti-Terrorism Committee says the leader of an Islamic State “sleeper cell” and one of the cell’s members have been killed in a shootout with police.
The nation’s hotel industry has for years shrugged off competition from short-term rentals, booked through sites like Airbnb and VBRO, saying they pose no major threat. That is no longer the case.
President Trump’s proposal to temporarily ban travel from several Middle Eastern countries may be forcing couples to rethink their honeymoon destinations. Trump has proposed two separate immigrati
British pub chain JD Wetherspoon has been granted approval by Bord Pleanála to proceed with its plans for a €4m pub and hotel development on Dublin’s Camden Street.
A report by a leading academic has called for lending restrictions on credit unions to be eased in order to provide consumers with more mortgage options — for which there is “pent-up deman
OTTAWA - The federal Liberals are aiming to halve the number of the hardest-to-help homeless and experts say it's a move that may be key to ending homelessness in the country. The upcoming national h
MONTREAL - A dozen Canadians have been selected as astronauts since 1983 in three separate selection processes. The fourth is currently underway and will double the current roster of two active profes
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