U.S. tax avoidance clampdown a potential headache for Apple

Apple Inc and other U.S. multinationals will face new curbs on tax loopholes under a rule imposed by Washington, part of a scramble among governments worldwide to bolster their corporate tax bases.

U.S. tax avoidance clampdown a potential headache for Apple

Apple Inc and other U.S. multinationals will face new curbs on tax loopholes under a rule imposed by Washington, part of a scramble among governments worldwide to bolster their corporate tax bases.

Hillary Clinton Surges Back Into The Lead Over Trump After Pneumonia Scare

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton leads Republican rival Donald Trump by 4 percentage points, and her recent bout with pneumonia doesn't appear to have scared away her supporters, according to a new Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll.

Hillary Clinton Surges Back Into The Lead Over Trump After Pneumonia Scare

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton leads Republican rival Donald Trump by 4 percentage points, and her recent bout with pneumonia doesn’t appear to have scared away her supporters, according to a new Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll.

Clinton, Trump escalate fight in dramatic week on national security

Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton clashed over national security again on Friday, with Trump calling his Democratic rival "trigger-happy" and Clinton arguing his proposals would make the world a more dangerous place.

Clinton, Trump escalate fight in dramatic week on national security

Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton clashed over national security again on Friday, with Trump calling his Democratic rival “trigger-happy” and Clinton arguing his proposals would make the world a more dangerous place.

Democrats settle with Arizona officials in suit over primary voting problems

The Democratic National Committee said it settled part of a federal lawsuit over the actions of Arizona poll officials during the presidential primary that caused voters long waits and critics said disenfranchised some, especially minorities.

Democrats settle with Arizona officials in suit over primary voting problems

The Democratic National Committee said it settled part of a federal lawsuit over the actions of Arizona poll officials during the presidential primary that caused voters long waits and critics said disenfranchised some, especially minorities.

Obama to meet U.S. Congress leaders Monday on spending

U.S. President Barack Obama has invited congressional leaders to the White House on Monday in an attempt to break deadlocks over government spending plans and funding the fight against the Zika virus.

Obama to meet U.S. Congress leaders Monday on spending

U.S. President Barack Obama has invited congressional leaders to the White House on Monday in an attempt to break deadlocks over government spending plans and funding the fight against the Zika virus.

Trump’s Disastrous Visit Gets Mexico’s Finance Minister Fired

President Enrique Pena Nieto on Wednesday replaced his close ally and finance minister, Luis Videgaray, after the two were heavily criticized for U.S presidential candidate Donald Trump's controversial visit to Mexico last week.

Trump’s Disastrous Visit Gets Mexico’s Finance Minister Fired

President Enrique Pena Nieto on Wednesday replaced his close ally and finance minister, Luis Videgaray, after the two were heavily criticized for U.S presidential candidate Donald Trump’s controversial visit to Mexico last week.

Trump, Clinton launch into final two months of campaigning

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton opened the final, two-month stretch of the U.S. presidential campaign on Monday in the battleground state of Ohio as the Republican nominee saw a strengthening in opinion poll numbers that put pressure on his heavily favored Democratic rival.

Trump, Clinton launch into final two months of campaigning

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton opened the final, two-month stretch of the U.S. presidential campaign on Monday in the battleground state of Ohio as the Republican nominee saw a strengthening in opinion poll numbers that put pressure on his heavily favored Democratic rival.

Obama says Kaepernick exercising constitutional right to make a point

U.S. President Barack Obama said on Monday that San Francisco 49er quarterback Colin Kaepernick was exercising his constitutional right by not standing during the national anthem, although it might be a "tough thing" to stomach for people in the military or law enforcement.

Obama says Kaepernick exercising constitutional right to make a point

U.S. President Barack Obama said on Monday that San Francisco 49er quarterback Colin Kaepernick was exercising his constitutional right by not standing during the national anthem, although it might be a “tough thing” to stomach for people in the military or law enforcement.

Hispanic backers sour on Trump after immigration speech

Some of Donald Trump's Hispanic backers distanced themselves from the Republican nominee on Thursday for standing by a hardline approach to illegal immigration in a key speech after indicating for weeks that he may soften his approach.

Hispanic backers sour on Trump after immigration speech

Some of Donald Trump’s Hispanic backers distanced themselves from the Republican nominee on Thursday for standing by a hardline approach to illegal immigration in a key speech after indicating for weeks that he may soften his approach.

Clinton offers plan to curb ‘unjustified’ price hikes on life-saving drugs

Hillary Clinton said that if elected to the White House she would create an oversight panel to protect U.S. consumers from large price hikes on long-available, lifesaving drugs and to import alternative treatments if necessary, adding to her pledges to rein in overall drug prices.

Clinton offers plan to curb ‘unjustified’ price hikes on life-saving drugs

Hillary Clinton said that if elected to the White House she would create an oversight panel to protect U.S. consumers from large price hikes on long-available, lifesaving drugs and to import alternative treatments if necessary, adding to her pledges to rein in overall drug prices.

Mexican senator to propose anti-Trump expropriation law

A Mexican senator is proposing legislation to empower the government to retaliate if a U.S. administration led by Donald Trump inflicts expropriations or economic losses on his country to make it pay for a border wall.

Mexican senator to propose anti-Trump expropriation law

A Mexican senator is proposing legislation to empower the government to retaliate if a U.S. administration led by Donald Trump inflicts expropriations or economic losses on his country to make it pay for a border wall.

Clinton Foundation plans to close overseas fundraising arms

The Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation will shut down its fundraising affiliates in Sweden and the United Kingdom if Hillary Clinton wins the U.S. presidency in November, a spokesman for the global charity said this week.

Clinton Foundation plans to close overseas fundraising arms

The Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation will shut down its fundraising affiliates in Sweden and the United Kingdom if Hillary Clinton wins the U.S. presidency in November, a spokesman for the global charity said this week.

Obama’s judges leave liberal imprint on U.S. law

The shift to the left on the court, which hears cases from Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, South Carolina and North Carolina, highlights a widely overlooked aspect of Obama's legacy.

Obama’s judges leave liberal imprint on U.S. law

The shift to the left on the court, which hears cases from Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, South Carolina and North Carolina, highlights a widely overlooked aspect of Obama’s legacy.

Clinton attacks Trump’s outreach to black voters in new ad

Democrat Hillary Clinton called for voters to reject the "bigotry" of Donald Trump's White House campaign, releasing a television ad criticizing his efforts to appeal to black voters and saying she was reaching out to people from all parties who are troubled by his candidacy.

Clinton attacks Trump’s outreach to black voters in new ad

Democrat Hillary Clinton called for voters to reject the “bigotry” of Donald Trump’s White House campaign, releasing a television ad criticizing his efforts to appeal to black voters and saying she was reaching out to people from all parties who are troubled by his candidacy.

Clinton leads Trump by 5 points in Reuters/Ipsos poll

U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton leads her Republican rival Donald Trump by 5 percentage points among likely voters, down from a peak this month of 12 points, according to the Reuters/Ipsos daily tracking poll .

Clinton leads Trump by 5 points in Reuters/Ipsos poll

U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton leads her Republican rival Donald Trump by 5 percentage points among likely voters, down from a peak this month of 12 points, according to the Reuters/Ipsos daily tracking poll.

Clinton names close confidants, Obama veterans to transition team

Hillary Clinton's White House transition team, a mix of former advisers of President Barack Obama, close confidants, long-time colleagues and former elected officials, reflects the sense of careful organization the Democratic candidate has aimed to project in her presidential campaign.

Clinton names close confidants, Obama veterans to transition team

Hillary Clinton’s White House transition team, a mix of former advisers of President Barack Obama, close confidants, long-time colleagues and former elected officials, reflects the sense of careful organization the Democratic candidate has aimed to project in her presidential campaign.

U.S. judge seeks criminal contempt charges against Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio

A federal judge recommended that prosecutors bring criminal contempt charges against Arizona lawman Joe Arpaio, finding that the controversial sheriff had violated court orders stemming from a 2007 racial profiling case.

U.S. judge seeks criminal contempt charges against Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio

A federal judge recommended that prosecutors bring criminal contempt charges against Arizona lawman Joe Arpaio, finding that the controversial sheriff had violated court orders stemming from a 2007 racial profiling case.

U.S. offers states help to fight election hacking

he government is offering to help states protect the Nov. 8 U.S. election from hacking or other tampering, in the face of allegations by Republican Party presidential candidate Donald Trump that the system is open to fraud.

U.S. offers states help to fight election hacking

he government is offering to help states protect the Nov. 8 U.S. election from hacking or other tampering, in the face of allegations by Republican Party presidential candidate Donald Trump that the system is open to fraud.

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