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Chinese Regulators Warn Banks to Avoid Capital Taking Actions That Can Raise Evergrande’s Risk

Chinese regulators have warned lenders to avoid any actions that could raise the country's biggest property company's capital risk as it has become overvalued. Authorities are weighing a capital injection into troubled property developer...

Petito looks for missing indigenous women after ‘catastrophic flood’

Written by By Tedd Hughes, CNN With hundreds of missing indigenous women unaccounted for, one community in New Mexico is taking the spotlight off of foreigners and finding those it once had lost. "When...

North Korea claims successful Hwasong-15 missile test

Three days after Washington warned of "serious consequences" for any provocations by Pyongyang, North Korea said Tuesday it had conducted a successful test of a hypersonic ballistic missile. "The test was successful and our...

Senate fails to reach bipartisan deal, but could pass debt limit

Senate has reached a bipartisan deal to prevent a government shutdown this weekend, but seems reluctant to boost hurricane relief funds, provide $12bn of aid to hurricane-hit Texas and Florida and invest $2bn more...

Judge quits over Trump court appointment delay

Aliens seeking to enter the United States can now be approved by the courts in a process that will now get expedited review by a new nominee. Judge Juliet S. Fleming stepped down as...

Hundreds of migrants detained in Haiti may be released into U.S. to replace some with walls

U.S. Customs and Border Protection is reportedly releasing thousands of Haitian migrants it has detained into the United States as a result of new hurricane-related restrictions that limit travel from Haitian refugee camps to...

Market Week Ahead: Strong start to end August

By Melissa Eddy At the opening bell, Dow futures are up a slim 6 points as traders weigh rising trade tensions between the US and China. Investors are still feeling on edge after Wednesday's...

Judge who stepped down after Trump was sworn in headed to top court under new President

A federal judge who stepped down just hours after President Trump was sworn in to office has been chosen to lead the court system under his successor, with a role that could have wide-ranging...

Speaker Pelosi’s caucus demands Trump release his tax returns

House progressives are holding onto their positions to defend the Democratic agenda despite President Trump's thumping at the polls on Tuesday. Rep. Raul Grijalva, a centrist member of the House Democratic Caucus, is calling...

Former World Bank chief warns of negotiation problems

Photo “This will be one of the most difficult negotiations I’ve ever been involved in,” Joseph Stiglitz, former chief economist at the World Bank, said on Friday, as leaders from more than 100 countries...

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