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Today β€” March 23rd 2019Your RSS feeds

How Britain’s EU party town soured on Brussels

By Sam Morgan

In 1973, the sleepy English village of Ivybridge joyfully welcomed the UK joining what would go on to become the EU, with street parties and even a specially-written anthem. But 46 years later, local people are thinking about new festivities: to celebrate Brexit.

Transatlantic economy faces adverse conditions and slower growth in EU

By Amanda Lee

The transatlantic economy of the US and the EU has been increasingly stressed by potential tariffs on imports and changes in global stability, according to a new report by the American Chamber of Commerce to the EU, released on Wednesday...

Yesterday β€” March 22nd 2019Your RSS feeds

Mueller Delivers Report on Russia Investigation to Attorney General

By SHARON LaFRANIERE and KATIE BENNER

Now the attorney general must decide how much of the report — one of the most highly anticipated documents in Washington in a generation — to make public.

White House Says ISIS’s Last Bastion Fell. So Why Is There Still Fighting?

By THOMAS GIBBONS-NEFF

Military officials said clashes in Syria against the Islamic State hadn’t stopped, hours after the White House press secretary claimed the caliphate was “100 percent eliminated.”

Trump Reverses North Korea Sanctions That U.S. Imposed Yesterday

By ALAN RAPPEPORT

“President Trump likes Chairman Kim, and he doesn’t think these sanctions will be necessary,” said Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary.

Stocks Fall as Bond Market Flashes a Recession Warning

By MATT PHILLIPS

When long-term interest rates fall below short-term rates, it’s called a yield curve inversion. It’s one of Wall Street’s favored predictors of a recession, and it happened on Friday.

Trump Reverses Sanctions U.S. Imposed on North Korea Yesterday

By ALAN RAPPEPORT

“President Trump likes Chairman Kim, and he doesn’t think these sanctions will be necessary,” said Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary.

Trump Taps Fed Critic Stephen Moore for Board Seat

By JIM TANKERSLEY

If formally nominated and confirmed by the Senate, Mr. Moore, a Heritage Foundation economist, would push for the central bank to cut interest rates to increase growth.

Jimmy Carter Is Now the Longest-Living U.S. President

By MATT STEVENS

On Friday, the 39th president reached the age of 94 years and 172 days, making him a day older than former President George Bush was when he died last year.

Prosecutor Who Led Case Against Michael Cohen to Step Down

By BEN PROTESS and BENJAMIN WEISER

Robert Khuzami was thrust into the limelight after his boss was recused in the Cohen case. He has told colleagues his departure is unrelated to political pressure.

Jimmy Carter Just Became the Longest-Living U.S. President

By MATT STEVENS

On Friday, the 39th president reached the age of 94 years and 172 days, making him a day older than former President George Bush was when he died last year.

The Golan Heights Was Once an Arab Rallying Cry. Not Anymore.

By BEN HUBBARD

The muted Arab response to President Trump’s call to recognize Israeli sovereignty over the territory shows Syria’s weakness amid a reordered Arab world.

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