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The Supreme Court said the Trump administration for now can implement all parts of its latest ban on travelers from certain countries while litigation challenging the restrictions continues.
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Unable to get Congress to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act, President Trump this week took matters into his own hands.
Late Thursday evening, the White House announced it would stop paying key subsidies, known as “cost-sharing reductions,” that compensate insurers for providing discounts…
Since Southwest Airlines began to challenge the established major airlines in the 1990s, the low-cost carrier has forced its competitors to lower fares in what industry insiders call “the Southwest Effect.”
Fans of Hawaii are hoping that “the Southwest Effect” happens next year when Southwest Airlines…
What Trump effect? Airlines are adding routes to handle growing cross-border travel demand from Mexicans and AmericansAugust 14, 2017 | dailybusinessnews
The cushy business-class seats that Rosario Marín books on her regular flights between Los Angeles and Mexico are a far cry from those on the two-day bus journeys she took as a teenager to visit relatives in Mexico City.
A consultant for companies that want to do cross-border commerce, Marín says…
In the wake of Donald Trump’s presidential victory, the number of migrants from Central America who are choosing to stay in Mexico is growing.
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The recent diplomatic dustup between Qatar and many other Gulf nations caused some nervousness for some of the world’s most cutting edge scientists.
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The latest version of President Trump’s travel ban took effect Thursday evening with a last-minute change: Fiances have been added to the list of people considered “close” relatives, the BBC reports. But grandparents, aunts, and uncles, among others, aren’t considered close enough—and without what the administration deems a close…
Nineteen-year-old Maria Pia Pedala was in a coma from liver failure in Sicily, Italy, on Sept. 29, 1994, when a 7-year-old American boy was shot dead while on vacation with his family in the country. Though Italy had one of the lowest rates of organ donation in western Europe at…
Tossing coins in a fountain for luck is a popular superstition, but a similar belief brought misery to a sea turtle in Thailand from whom doctors have removed 915 coins. Veterinarians in Bangkok operated Monday on the 25-year-old female green sea turtle nicknamed “Bank,” whose indigestible diet was a result…