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Fri, 01 Aug 2014 04:42:50 GMT
Aug 1ReutersThe calm that pervaded financial markets for months evaporated as stocks tumbled in Europe and the United States, with the Dow industrials erasing its gains for the year after suffering its worst one-day loss since February. (on.wsj.com/1ob6AR0).and more .

Tue, 29 Jul 2014 18:46:07 GMT
Why Tensions Are Climbing Between Israel and the US - Wall Street Journal
U.S.-Israeli relations were surviving a summer of strains pretty well, until now. Stress fractures have suddenly appeared, and things figure to get worse before they get better. WSJ Washington bureau chief Jerry Seib joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero .News Roundup and Notes: July 31, 2014Just SecurityMoving past hideous stereotypes of Israelis, PalestiniansChicago TribuneForget the facts. Blame Israel first.Jerusalem PostTheCelebrityCafe.com -Center for Research on Globalizationall 18,534 news articles .

Wed, 30 Jul 2014 11:57:12 GMT
Europe, US Significantly Expand Sanctions Against Russian Economy - Wall Street Journal
The Kremlin has taken steps to prepare Russians for deeper international isolation as Europe moves toward more sweeping sanctions against Moscow, with the U.S. vowing to follow suit, over Russia's involvement in Ukraine. WSJ's Anton Troianovski joins .

Tue, 29 Jul 2014 23:28:51 GMT
Obama Weighs Fewer Deportations of Illegal Immigrants Living in US - Wall Street Journal
In the wake of Congress' failure to pass immigration legislation, there's been a shift in the White House's thinking about what the president can do on his own for illegal immigrants. WSJ's Laura Meckler joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero to discuss.

Wed, 30 Jul 2014 23:06:58 GMT
These barriers between the branches are not formalities—they were designed to prevent the accumulation of excessive power in one branch. As the Supreme Court explained in New York v. United States (1992), the "Constitution protects us from our own . .

Tue, 29 Jul 2014 20:28:09 GMT
US Targets Russian Energy, Arms, Finance Sectors With New Sanctions - Wall Street Journal
The Kremlin has taken steps to prepare Russians for deeper international isolation as Europe moves toward more sweeping sanctions against Moscow, with the U.S. vowing to follow suit, over Russia's involvement in Ukraine. WSJ's Anton Troianovski joins .Russia's Slow Intensity ConflictU.S. News & World Report (blog)Will Ukraine Influence Potential Liquefied Natural Gas Exports From US to .Student ReporterDouble blow for Putin as EU adopts tough sanctions, Ukraine rebels suffer .Fox NewsLos Angeles Timesall 5,456 news articles .

Thu, 31 Jul 2014 17:10:46 GMT
US Judge Rules Microsoft Must Produce Emails Held Abroad - Wall Street Journal
RT - "This is not an extraterritorial application of United States law," Judge Preska said, agreeing with a federal magistrate judge who had required Microsoft to comply with the warrant in an earlier ruling. Judge Preska put her ruling on hold while .Judge: Microsoft must turn over emails stored outside USCNNMicrosoft must give email stored in Ireland to US officialsUSA TODAYData stored overseas should be accessible to US government, judge rulesRTGeekWireall 187 news articles .

Fri, 18 Jul 2014 21:19:06 GMT
A United States of Africa? Not Yet - Wall Street Journal
But none lived to see a United States of Africa. This history of disappointed hopes will provide the backdrop in early August when President Barack Obama hosts the inaugural U.S.-Africa summit in Washington. Only a few of Africa's 54 leaders—including . .

Wed, 30 Jul 2014 05:21:22 GMT
July 30ReutersNew York's Department of Financial Services is pushing to install monitors inside the U.S. offices of Deutsche Bank AG and Barclays PLC as part of an investigation into possible manipulation in the foreign-exchange market. (on.wsj.com/1s0BInK).and more .

Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:29:33 GMT
Palestine Makes You Dumb - Wall Street Journal
Ms. Crowley interjected that, according to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the Jewish state was already doing everything it could to avoid such casualties. "I think you can always do more," Mr. Rhodes replied. "The U.S. military does that in .