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2018-04-24T06:36:46.068Z
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Global stocks started the week slightly lower as investors parsed a mixed set of corporate results, with equities showing only a muted response to a selloff in bonds that sent the 10-year Treasury yield near 3%.
Slower to globalize than many other sectors, the U.S. hospital industry is now looking beyond American borders for deals in Asia and other markets, where it hopes to hedge exposure to domestic pressures.
After the Parkland shooting, schools around the country are taking a zero-tolerance stance on threats and involving law enforcement more frequently for matters that they used to handle on their own.
Recently hired by the Atlantic and then promptly fired, the conservative writer Kevin D. Williamson discusses the social-media outrage that made the celebrated magazine retreat.
There’s a big reason why Japan doesn’t want to talk about a trade deal with Donald Trump: Its auto exports are booming.
Major League Baseball came to Florida 25 years ago. It hasn’t gone according to plan. Can baseball survive in the Sunshine State?
Desiree Linden on Monday became the first American woman to win the Boston Marathon in 33 years, breaking the tape in 2:39:54.
The NFL calls for a special investigator to look into accusations of fraudulent claims potentially worth hundreds of millions of dollars in the concussion settlement.
The 2017 deal was on behalf of Elliott Broidy, a businessman who faced allegations he impregnated a former Playboy model. It resembles a settlement Mr. Cohen arranged involving President Trump and porn actress Stormy Daniels, which is now a topic of federal law-enforcement scrutiny.
Investors may be overly attracted to companies with familiar-sounding names or tickers.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo sought to reassure senators he would be a sober voice on foreign policy if confirmed as the next U.S. secretary of state and would carry out President Donald Trump’s agenda while not hesitating to differ in internal debates.
Surging shares of banks led U.S. stocks higher as investor optimism brightened ahead of the start of what is expected to be another strong earnings season.
The investor’s once-in-a-lifetime bet before the financial crisis made $15 billion for his firm and $4 billion for him personally. His personal tax bill, which Mr. Paulson had deferred, is now due—just as his star is fading.
U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan will tell Republican colleagues today that he will not run for re-election as a representative from Wisconsin.
The slide in global stocks intensified after President Donald Trump warned Russia that U.S. missiles “will be coming” to Syria.
At least seven elite colleges received letters from the Justice Department asking about student information they share with other schools.
Global stocks’ rally intensified, after remarks from Chinese President Xi Jinping soothed the trade-war fears that have roiled markets in recent weeks.
World stocks bounced back after mounting trade tensions between the U.S. and China triggered steep declines at the end of last week.
Small to mid-size car dealer groups are selling their businesses to auto-retail giants or investment firms at a robust clip even as auto sales remain strong.
War, protest, assassination and riot upended American politics and created cultural divides that are still with us today.