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Parkland: A Year After the School Shooting That Was Supposed to Change Everything

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California Has a High Rate of Police Shootings. Could a New Open-Records Law Change That?

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Climate change seen as top threat, but U.S. power a growing worry: poll

BERLIN (Reuters) – Climate change is the top security concern in a poll conducted by the

Cigna sinks on investor worries about Trump drug rebate rule change

Cigna CEO David Cordani doesn’t see the Trump administration’s new proposal to cut Medicare pharmacy benefit

There’s No Federal Ban on Animal Cruelty. Lawmakers Want to Change That.

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Brexit brinkmanship: UK demands deal change, EU says: 'non'

LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Theresa May was on a collision course with the European

WEF defends jet-setting elites amid climate change agenda

Around 270 private jets were flown into Switzerland by Davos participants between Sunday and Tuesday, according

ECB shouldn't change policy now amid trade war and Brexit concerns, bank CEO says

The European Central Bank should wait before announcing any new policy changes given that there are

Airlines warn of travel disruptions from winter storm and waive change fees

Airlines waived date-change fees for travelers scheduled to fly from more than two dozen northern U.S.

Trump's prime-time sales pitch for a border wall didn't change anything in the shutdown fight

President Donald Trump’s lunchtime prediction to broadcasters on Tuesday was right. His televised speech didn’t change