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The White House unveiled a proposal on Thursday to merge the Education and Labor departments into a single federal agency, a point that was often echoed by President Donald Trump while campaigning in 2016 when discussing the bloated bureaucracy of the federal government, according to The Los Angeles Times. The Office of Management and Budget said the proposal would "allow the Federal government to address the educational and skill needs of American students and workers in a coordinated way,

After President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Wednesday which ended the practice of separating families apprehended at the Mexico border which Democrats, Republicans, and international figures called cruel, a senior official told The Washington Post Border Patrol agents were told to stop sending parents with children to prosecution. Trump's executive order said the government would still hold his "zero tolerance" policy toward those immigrants who break the law but there is still

Apple’s previously announced but still unreleased AirPower charger is now planned to ship in or before September 2018, Bloomberg reports today, following a string of technical issues that prevented the accessory from arriving earlier in the year. The issues have apparently been addressed, enabling the wireless charging mat to go into testing at Apple employees’ offices ahead of general availability in the fall.

RIYADH - The end of a decades-old female driving ban is expected to bring an economic windfall for millions of Saudi women, making it easier for them to work and do business. Taghreed Ghazala, who owns a chain of beauty salons, sees the move as a huge step forward for businesswomen like her in the ultra-conservative kingdom. "I have many drivers that I pay to transport my employees around," she said ahead of the end of the ban on Sunday. "Now I don't…

Saudi Arabia expects to spend about $750 million to build a 37-mile-long canal cutting itself off geographically from its former ally Qatar. The kingdom is accepting a bid

A suspect has been charged in the shooting death of rising rap star XXXTentacion, authorities in Florida said Thursday. Dedrick Devonshay Williams, 22, of Pompano Beach was arrested shortly before 7

A court in South Korea ruled the killing of dogs for meat is illegal, issuing a landmark decision which animal rights activists said could propel the movement to outlaw eating canines forward, according to The Guardian. Even though dog meat has been a traditional part of South Korean cuisine and 1 million dogs are believed to be eaten annual, consumption has already declined and the practice is taboo among younger South Koreans. The city court in Buncheon issued the ruling on Tuesday in…

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The United States Supreme Court issued a decision on Thursday which could upend the economic outlook for some of the nation's online retailers since it said states can now collect sales taxes from most Internet retailers, according to USA Today. The ruling overturns a previous Supreme Court precedent and will increase state revenues while raising costs for consumers and sellers who were able to avoid sales taxes in the past. The justices voted 5-4 in the decision, with Justice Anthony Kennedy

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres urged the United States on Thursday to rethink its decision to pull out of the world's top human rights body, calling it

Given that alcohol is commonly referred to as a “depressant,” one might think people dealing with depression would steer clear of a stiff drink when they’re feeling low. Yet—as life and pop culture so frequently show us—many people trying to cope with the pain, numbness, anxiety, or other symptoms of depression all too often turn to booze. According to George Koob, director of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, it is an especially common form of self-medication for

Agence FrancePresse reports the wife of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was charged with fraud and breach of trust Thursday following a long police probe into allegations she falsified household expenses, according to the justice ministry. A spokesperson for the Jerusalem district prosecutor announced a short while ago Sara Netanyahu will face the charges after a year-long investigation, the report said. Netanyahu and an aide falsely declared there were no cooks available at the prime

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said his ruling AK Party could seek to form a coalition if it fails to secure a parliamentary majority in Sunday's elections, a prospect which has unsettled investors who fear it could lead to political deadlock. Polls indicate elections may be closer than anticipated when Erdogan called the snap elections in April, suggesting he may be pushed to a second-round run-off for the presidency, and his AKP could lose its majority in the 600-seat assembly. While

BERLIN, June 21 (Reuters) - Bavarian premier Markus Soeder took aim on Thursday at a euro zone reform blueprint that Chancellor Angela Merkel agreed with France this week, rejecting the idea of German taxpayers' money being used to help other members of

Pope Francis, seen here arriving in Geneva Thursday, has faced criticism for making ecumenism and interreligious dialogue -- most notably with muslims -- one of the priorities of his pontificate Pope Francis vowed Thursday to seek deeper "unity" between the Catholic Church and other Christian faiths as he arrived in Geneva, a centre of Protestantism, amid Christianity's waning influence in Europe. Francis touched down in Geneva, the home of French Protestant reformist Jean Calvin, shortly after

BEIJING -- South Korea urged North Korea on Wednesday to present a plan with concrete steps toward denuclearization, raising the pressure on its leader Kim Jong Un as he met with Chinese President Xi Jinping in a visit designed to convey the countries' growing closeness. Kim and Xi held a second day of talks at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse, whose grounds China's official Xinhua News Agency described in unusually lyrical terms as being full of "verdant greenery and splendid flowers," adding to

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysia says it will not cancel a skyscraper project billed as the tallest in the region even though 3 billion ringgit ($747 million) from the venture

Xbox had a stellar E3 and there's a lot to break down, including: Halo Infinite and the future of Halo, Phil Spencer's next-gen console acknowledgement, Microsoft's first-party studio shopping spree, our hands-on impressions of E3's biggest games, and much more! ...

The Commerce Department said Wednesday it has exempted some steel products from Japan and four other countries from U.S. tariffs of 25 percent. The exemption applies to seven U.S.-based companies importing steel products from Japan, Sweden, Belgium, Germany and China, the department said. It was the first time that the United States has taken such action on a

DUBAI: Saudi Arabia has arrested two more women’s rights activists, in an “unrelenting crackdown” just days before the kingdom ends a decades-long ban on female

HAVANA (AP) — Minutes after a plane carrying 113 people crashed on takeoff from Havana airport, Cuban state media filled with minute-by-minute updates, cellphone video from the accident and an interview from the scene with newly named President Miguel Diaz-Canel. When Tropical Storm Alberto struck the island later in May, causing nearly a dozen deaths, state television broadcast unusually lengthy footage of meetings among ministers coordinating the response. Cuba forbids independent print or

The thirsty fans attending the World Cup in Moscow have some bars and restaurants claiming they are running low on Wednesday and are worried about long waits to get restocked with fresh supplies for the soccer fans, according to Reuters. Moscow has been filled with rowdy and reveling fans that have overwhelmed the tourist-friendly areas around the Red Square and the Kremlin. “We just didn’t think they would only want beer,” said one waiter from an upscale establishment said to Reuters. The

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Cast members of the ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi-version of Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Moana, including Auliʻi Cravalho, walked the blue carpet for its premiere at World Oceans Day on June 10 at Ko Olina Res…

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