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The flash flood that hit her village in 2006 unexpectedly propelled Dewi Sartika, 38, from low income into abject poverty. The district government relocated some 170 affected households, including hers, to nearby land owned by the state plantation company, but granted them only four hectares each, roughly 400 square meters, from which to scratch out a livelihood. They hold no title to these parcels, and their…

Chinese sellers resort to a wide range of cunning techniques to manipulate product listings on Amazon and boost sales. WSJ’s Jon Emont investigates the fraudsters’ strategies and explains how consumers can detect sham listings.

Even if Aldi isn't your supermarket of choice for weekly shopping, you may want to put it on your "nice list" when seeking holiday bargains. At this time of year, the German discount grocer stocks an assortment of rotating seasonal items, including imports from Europe, that are ideal for

Protesters opposed to the deal bringing Amazon to New York City disrupted Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s speech outlining his 2019 agenda in Midtown on Monday. “Hey, hey, ho, ho. Amazon has got to go,” …

“They’re designed to kill it so I’m a no vote on all three,” said Sen. Tammy Duckworth of Tom Cotton's amendments.

MESA, Ariz. — Police in Mesa say a man is in custody for allegedly killing his roommate over their choice of music. They say 41-year-old Sheldon Sturgill is jailed on suspicion of second-degree mur…

One can partly understand why Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the hilariously ignorant young socialist recently elected to a House seat from the Bronx and Queens, has soared to the top of the Republicans…

People are heading to Europe and the Caribbean for Christmas and New Year’s. And there are still deals to be had.

Fast-food chains were more cautious with their menus in 2018. But there were several interesting new product launches.

Human rights lawyer, Mr Femi Falana (SAN), said the real reason former President Goodluck Jonathan conceded defeat in 2015 was because of the arrest and prosecution warning issued by the Internationa…

It either invests as much as $40 billion over the next decade in an overhaul, or it descends into a “death spiral,” says Andy Byford, who oversees the subways and buses. “You don’t get the billions you need by just going to Albany with a begging bowl,” Byford, recruited a year ago to run New York City

The Office of Congressional Ethicals (OCE) has found that outgoing Rep. Rod Blum (R-Iowa) may have violated federal law in connection with a business he founded in 2016.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Sunday said Canada is looking into ending sales of armored vehicles to Saudi Arabia as pressure builds fo

To bring down drug prices and fight opioids, the White House uses provisions of the health law it constantly attacks.

A radio station in Kentucky played “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” for two straight hours on repeat Sunday morning as controversy swirls around the 1940s classic.

A man called the 23-year-old woman he killed in a hit-and-run crash in Uptown careless just before he was sentenced Monday to 20 years in prison.

Merriam-Webster chose “justice” as its word of the year for 2018, keeping with the politically themed selections of all major dictionaries this year.

Senate Republicans want to avoid a shutdown over Trump’s border wall, but they’re waiting on the president to provide a plan.

By Joleigh Little Bass, WRTL Region Coordinator and Teens for Life Director Editor’s note. Each year, as we approach Christmas, we repost stories from Christmas seasons past which our readers especially enjoyed. This first ran in 2017. Christmas season is here and it is full of the usual activities – hustling… everywhere, shopping, wrapping, baking,

Former National Park Service (NPS) director Jonathan Jarvis said those who care deeply about the national parks and America’s public lands “breathed a collective sigh of relief” when they heard Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke would be ste

Democratic pollster Molly Murphy said on Monday that most Americans are not convinced that President Trump should be impeached amid a probe into Russia's election interference.