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North Korea fired multiple cruise missiles into the waters between Korea and Japan on Thursday morning, a day after Seoul said it would suspend any further deployment of a controversial missile-defense system in order to conduct an environmental review.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia
Skirmishes involving irate passengers broke out at a Florida airport Monday evening following the cancellation of multiple Spirit Airlines flights.
Broward County Sheriff’s Office authorities told ABC News that deputies were called to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport to deal with…
American Apparel bit the dust. So did Nasty Gal. BCBG Max Azria filed for bankruptcy, along with teen retailer Wet Seal.
The fashion industry has long been a fickle beast, with trends rising and dying sometimes in the space of weeks. But changing consumer habits — including the emergence of e-commerce…
Shocking statements from boxing great Ricky Hatton … who revealed that he was suicidal after his fighting career came to an end … saying, “I tried to kill myself several times.” Hatton was 45-1 as a pro — and fought the likes of Floyd…
A passenger train derailed in Spain’s northwestern Galicia region, killing four people and injuring 47.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe
Several U.S. states studied by S&P Global Ratings are ill-equipped to deal with an economic recession, hampered by the slow rebound in U.S. economic growth after the damage wrought by the Great Recession. Fiscal imbalances, slower state tax revenue growth and increased spending on social services have contributed to a challenging economic landscape, as real GDP has only increased at 2.1 percent per year since 2009, S&P said in a report issued on Tuesday. Real U.S. GDP growth of 2.43 percent in 2014 and 2015 compared to pre-recession rates of 3.79 percent in 2004 and 3.35 percent in 2005, according to data from the World Bank.