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Britain's finance minister in China to promote trade
Britain's finance minister tells China's premier there are "many opportunities" to expand commercial ties as he starts a visit aimed at developing trade as the United Kingdom prepares to leave the European Union
Treasury targets cleric accused of helping IS recruits
The Treasury Department is targeting a Jamaica-based Islamic cleric accused of helping recruit Islamic State militants
'The Bachelorette' preview: Kenny confronts Lee
Things get heated between Lee and Kenny in this week's episode, and Rachel Lindsay gets a ringside seat.
Dow Plunges More Than 600 Points on ‘Brexit’ Vote, Markets Sell Off Worldwide
The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged 611 points, or 3.39 percent, as investors reacted strongly to Britain's decision to leave the European Union. U.S. markets closed at three month lows. Friday's sell-off marked the Dow's biggest drop in 10 months. The Nasdaq dropped 202 points, or 4.12
October 27, 1986: News Headlines
President Reagan announces a "major victory" after signing an anti-drug bill.
Why UK Officials Believe Terrorism Threat in Britain Is Greater Than Ever Before
In perhaps her most stark message yet, British Home Secretary Theresa May warned that Britain is facing its greatest terrorism threat in its history. "When the security and intelligence agencies tell us that the threat we face is now more dangerous than at any time before or since 9/11, we should
British and Indian Universities Lead List of Global Universities With Richest Alums
University of Oxford, University of Mumbai Lead List of Non-U.S. Schools With Wealthiest Grads
Occupy Wall Street Anniversary Protests Dwarfed by Police Presence
Occupy Wall Street protesters poured into New York's financial district today to mark the first anniversary of the movement, but their presence was dwarfed by riot-gear-clad police, who set up metal barriers and formed human walls to pacify the demonstrators. Hundreds of protesters scattered into
Occupy Wall Street: 25 Arrests Made as Movement Celebrates 1-Year Anniversary
A protest in New York City's financial district is planned for Monday to mark the 1-year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, a movement against corporate greed that spawned tent cities of protesters around the globe and became a rallying point for the "99 percent". Twenty-five people were arrested
Today In Pictures: Oct. 17, 2011
An ultra-orthodox Jewish man wears two hats as he attends a blessing of the Cohanim Priestly caste during the Jewish holiday of Sukkot in front of the Western Wall, in Jerusalem’s Old City, Oct. 16, 2011. (Sebastian Scheiner/AP Photo) “You will not steal our...