SINGAPORE (Reuters) – When U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un meet for their historic summit in Singapore later this month, they will be protected by men from one of the fiercest warrior tribes in the world – the Gurkhas of Nepal.
The importance of following 10K language changes — and using a redlining tool to quickly spot them — is clear. Seeing these linguistic clues ahead of time can help you predict the direction a price will move.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – A Mexican tribunal ordered on Monday the creation of an independent commission to investigate the disappearance of 43 students in southern Mexico nearly four years ago, citing shortcomings in the federal prosecutor’s investigation.
Car shoppers would not consider buying a new car unequipped with airbags – they are also entitled to know that the cars they’re buying are safe and reliable from a software perspective, that the code in their vehicles won’t jeopardize their physical safety or their car’s performance.
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop on Tuesday criticised China for pressuring Qantas Airways Ltd to change its website to refer to Taiwan as a Chinese territory, in comments likely to ramp up tensions between the two countries.
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White Sox and Cubs have high expectations for their 2018 first-round draft selections, but in the history of the draft dating back to 1965, which Chicago club has had the better first-round choices?
As Howard Schultz steps down from Starbucks to contemplate a foray into public service and a potential Presidential run, his progressive labor policies such as spending more on healthcare for baristas than coffee, and pushing schedule flexibility will be at the forefront of his legacy and platform.