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A week after protests in Kasserine spiraled out of control leading to violent clashes and spreading concern across the country, the IRI Tunisia team hit the road to meet with citizens and civil society organizations to discuss the state of Tunisia’s democratic transition.

Evaluation document released by ADB says refinement of operational plan is underway as a broader corporate initiative.

Mr. Short, who was President Trump’s legislative affairs director for about two years, is taking the job vacated by Nick Ayers.

Our paper focuses on articles concerning US Federal Criminal Defense, INTERPOL Red Notice Removal, International Extradition and OFAC SDN Sanctions Removal. ... by Douglas McNabb

Stock markets are charging; bonds defaulting. Holiday spending was weak, but January exports boomed. State-owned companies, and contradictory industrial and monetary policies are muddying performance measures. They betray a growth engine driving in two directions at once.

Artemi Panarin, subject of trade rumors, sits out game and Blue Jackets coach John Tortorella graphically describes illness to shut down speculation.

Midwestern producers will place a bet on talks between Washington and Beijing, when planting begins. Even with a deal, they face stockpiles and fewer soy-eating pigs in China, after an outbreak of disease. Worse, the spat has taught their top buyer it can live without U.S. supply.

That balance sheet issue is likely to take focus Wednesday when the Federal Open Market Committee releases notes from its January meeting.

Are children being kept in an enclosed area to keep them under control in a Las Vegas valley school? One lawyer refers to it as a hot box.

Southwest Chief Operating Officer Mike Van de Ven apologized to travelers and said the union that represents its mechanics has a "history of work disruptions.''

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning against buying young people’s blood in an attempt to fight aging and other diseases.

SAO PAULO/DETROIT (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co said on Tuesday it will close its oldest factory in Brazil and exit its heavy commercial truck business in South America, a move that could cost more than 2,700 jobs as part of a restructuring meant to end losses around the world. Ford previously said the

It seems like every day brings another story of a new immigration law or policy, increased deportation efforts, or, yes, a wall. And with all that news can come quite a bit of misinformation. So, how do you separate fact...

ADB is partnering in a new professional network launched today in Kathmandu to promote more female practitioners in South Asia’s energy and power sector.

Southwest Airlines has issued an "operational emergency," requiring its scheduled mechanics to show up at work or risk getting fired.

"We don't have a lot of experience with investigating presidents of the United States," McCabe says. "There is not a standard S.O.P. on the shelf that you pull down to say, 'Here's how it's done.' "