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Naan Starter: UK Curry Restaurants Feel Betrayed by Brexit

Naan Starter: UK Curry Restaurants Feel Betrayed by Brexit

By Danica Kirka | Mar 25
Brexit is just the latest problem to hit the South Asian restaurant industry in a country where chicken tikka masala is as much the national dish as fish and chips.

AP FACT CHECK: Trump's Claim of Fleeing Doctors Rings False

AP FACT CHECK: Trump's Claim of Fleeing Doctors Rings False

By Jim Drinkard | Mar 23
Making the case for a Republican repeal and replacement of his predecessor's health care law, President Donald Trump reached for a dire-sounding argument that's unsupported by the data.

Trump Foreign Aid Cuts Counter Global Development Goals: EU

Trump Foreign Aid Cuts Counter Global Development Goals: EU

By Elias Meseret | Mar 20
President Donald Trump's proposed deep cuts to humanitarian aid go against the global development goals the United States committed to in 2015, the European Union's international development chief warned Friday.

South Sudan Feels the Chill as Trump's Foreign Aid Cuts Loom

South Sudan Feels the Chill as Trump's Foreign Aid Cuts Loom

By Justin Lynch | Mar 20
President Donald Trump's proposed deep cuts in foreign aid could mark the retreat of U.S. support for South Sudan, a nation America enthusiastically helped to create.

Top Economies Yield to U.S., Drop No-Protectionism Pledge

Top Economies Yield to U.S., Drop No-Protectionism Pledge

By David McHugh | Mar 20
The world's top economic powers dropped a pledge to oppose trade protectionism amid pushback from the Trump administration, which wants trade to more clearly benefit American companies and workers.

Agency-by-Agency Look at Trump's Budget

Agency-by-Agency Look at Trump's Budget

Mar 19
Here's a look at how President Trump's proposed budget would affect individual government agencies.

Many Trump Voters Would Feel Program Cuts in Budget Proposal

Many Trump Voters Would Feel Program Cuts in Budget Proposal

By Jonathan Lemire and Josh Boak | Mar 18
In his first budget blueprint since taking office, President Donald Trump held to his promise to build up the U.S. military while slashing domestic spending - even for programs that benefit the rural and lower-income Americans who voted for him.

Dublin Sees Future as Hub for Financial Firms Fleeing Brexit

Dublin Sees Future as Hub for Financial Firms Fleeing Brexit

By Shawn Pogatchnik | Mar 17
Britain's plans to leave the European Union threaten to cause Ireland all kinds of economic and security headaches. But a silver lining is expanding daily along the crane-filled banks of the River Liffey.

3 Things to Watch For from the Federal Reserve on Wednesday

3 Things to Watch For from the Federal Reserve on Wednesday

By Martin Crutsinger | Mar 15
Sending signals loud and clear, the Federal Reserve has left little doubt that it will raise interest rates Wednesday for the third time since December 2015 to reflect a consistently solid U.S economy.

Story of One-Cent Stamp Worth $9.5M

Story of One-Cent Stamp Worth $9.5M

Mar 15
The Smithsonian is now home to the world's rarest stamp worth $9.5 million.

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