France's top administrative court overturns burkini ban
PARIS — After a month of intense national scandal and heightened international outrage, France's highest administrative court, the Conseil d'État, on Friday overturned the so-called burkini ban in a coastal area of the south of France. Imposed in the ...
How people around the world are saying no to France's burkini ban
French court suspends burkini ban, controversy goes on
Top French court's suspension of one town's 'burkini' ban may bring a lengthy political battle
Yellen's Prepared Remarks at Jackson Hole (Full Text)
Following is a reformatted version of Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's prepared remarks at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Economic Symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming: (For PDF version with footnotes click here). The Global Financial ...
Yellen Sees Stronger Case for Interest Rate Increase
All major indexes turn negative amid Fed's Fischer remarks
Gold rallies on Yellen's speech, dollar falls
GOP plots early wake-up call for Clinton
Hillary Clinton has managed to win support from Republicans without conceding any part of the progressive economic agenda she outlined during the Democratic primary. But with fall approaching and momentum on Clinton's side, Democrats and ...
Why Donald Trump is tempted to soften his position on immigration, in three charts
Most GOP Voters Didn't Really Want Trump's Mass Deportation Plan Anyway
Trump: No legal status for undocumented immigrants
All US Blood Donations Should Be Screened For Zika, FDA Says
The Food and Drug Administration is recommending that blood banks screen all blood donations in the U.S. for the Zika virus. It's a major expansion from a Feb. 16 advisory that limited such screening to areas with active Zika virus transmission. In a ...
FDA advises Zika screening for all US blood centers
FDA recommends screening all blood donations for Zika
FDA Suggests Testing All Donated Blood for Zika
Wall Street Journal
Italy Earthquake: Mayor of Amatrice Vows to Rebuild
Wall Street Journal
AMATRICE, Italy—A strong aftershock on Friday hampered the search for survivors and bodies after a devastating earthquake that left at least 267 people dead, as the mayor of the hardest-hit town pledged to rebuild from the rubble. The death toll from ...
Italy Earthquake: More Than 2000 Forced to Live in Makeshift Camps
The First Long, Dark Night After The Earthquake In Central Italy
Quake damaged roads threaten access to Italy town
Turkey signals no quick end to Syria incursion as truck bomb kills police
ISTANBUL/KARKAMIS, Turkey Turkish forces will remain in Syria for as long as it takes to cleanse the border of Islamic State and other militants, Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said on Friday, after a truck bombing by Kurdish insurgents killed at least ...
Kurdish Militants Claim Deadly Car Bomb Attack in Turkey
11 Turkish police killed in PKK suicide bombing
Carnage in a Kurdish Town in Turkey
After 4 Years Of Siege, Civilians And Rebels Evacuate Syria's Daraya
After four years of siege and bombardment, the evacuation is underway of civilians and rebels from embattled Daraya, southwest of Syria's capital Damascus. Rebels and the government struck an agreement to hand over control of the city in exchange for ...
Middle East|Rebels, Civilians Evacuating Long-Besieged Damascus Suburb
Daraya Evacuation Deal Hands Syria's Assad a Strategic Win
Syrian rebels withdraw from Damascus suburb, ending long-running siege
WhatsApp Faces Challenging Tension Between Principle And Profit
When Facebook bought WhatsApp in February 2014 for $19 billion, the messaging app was the most popular in the world (with 450 million users) but barely making any money: around $20 million in sales annually, on a yearly subscription that it only ...
WhatsApp to share data with Facebook video - CNET
WhatsApp and Facebook data sharing plan being investigated
How Smart Hotels Use Messaging to Connect With Guests
Children among dead in Syria barrel bomb attack
(CNN) The video shows a devastating scene: Two boys covered in dust desperately cling to each other and cry. "My brother is gone," one sobs. It's one of several harrowing videos activists shared after a barrel bomb in the Syrian city of Aleppo killed ...
Two Syrian boys sob for killed brother in heartbreaking footage
White Helmets, Omran and fading hope in Syria
A Wounded Boy's Silence, and the Candidates'
Los Angeles Times
Drug companies spend millions to keep charging high prices
Los Angeles Times
Pharmaceutical heavyweight Mylan, the latest poster child for drug-industry greed, finally stuck up for itself Thursday. It argued that “the system,” not avarice, was to blame for the company jacking up the price of EpiPens, a common (and life-saving ...
Why the new EpiPen coupons are more about helping the company than helping you
Mylan Reacts to EpiPen Backlash
'The system is broken' and EpiPens are just the tip of the iceberg