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Ukrainian charged with Russian journalists&...

Jul 09, 2014No Comments

MOSCOW –  Russian investigators say they have arrested and charged a Ukrainian air force pilot, whose plane was shot down during fighting, with killing two

World Cup scalping scandal continues in Bra...

Jul 09, 2014No Comments

RIO DE JANEIRO –  A World Cup ticket scalping case has revived a reputation FIFA tries hard to fight, and threatens to stain a tournament

Equity Markets Are Little Changed

Jul 08, 2014Comments off

The U.S. equity markets are little changed in early action as traders tread with some caution, ahead of the start of 2Q earnings season, which

Crude Oil Slips As Supply Fears Ease, China...

Jul 07, 2014Comments off

Talking Points US Dollar slump to afford gold and silver breathing room Crude oil continues slide on ebbing supply disruption concerns Copper faces volatile week

Markets Moving Slightly To The Downside

Jul 07, 2014Comments off

The U.S. equity markets are moving slightly to the downside in early action of their return from the long holiday weekend, amid a disappointing German

17 coal miners trapped underground in west ...

Jul 06, 2014No Comments

BEIJING –  Rescuers on Sunday worked to free 17 miners trapped following a gas explosion at a coal mine in western China, the country’s official

‘Transformers’ could earn recor...

Jul 06, 2014No Comments

BEIJING –  The latest “Transformers” movie, which features Chinese locations, actors and products, has so far earned almost as much in China as in the

Dubai to build world’s biggest shoppi...

Jul 05, 2014No Comments

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates –  The shopping-loving city that is home to one of the world’s largest shopping malls wants to build one even bigger.

Chinese state media: 17 miners trapped unde...

Jul 05, 2014No Comments

BEIJING –  China’s official news agency says rescuers are working to free 17 miners trapped following a gas explosion at a coal mine in western

Former Union Pacific contractor could face ...

Jul 05, 2014No Comments

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. –  A former contractor on a $400 million Union Pacific railroad hub in Santa Teresa along the state’s southern border with Mexico has