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Overseas Markets Beckon U.S. Hospital Firms Hungry to Expand

Slower to globalize than many other sectors, the U.S. hospital industry is now looking beyond American borders for deals in Asia and other markets, where it hopes to hedge exposure to domestic pressures......»»

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Hamas Blames Israel for Alleged Assassination

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Nicaragua Protesters Clash With Police

Protesters angry about social security tax increases pulled down the “Trees of Life,” a sculpture seen as emblematic of the Ortega administration......»»

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EU, Mexico Agree to Upgrade Trade Pact

The European Union and Mexico have agreed in principle to revise their trade deal, including changes that would remove many tariffs and give greater market access......»»

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Saudi Security Forces Shoot Down Small Drone

Saudi Arabian security forces shot down a small drone flying over a neighborhood in the kingdom’s capital, state media reported, after online videos circulated purporting to offer the sound of small-arms fire in the area......»»

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White House Backs Funding Increase for World Bank

The Trump administration is setting aside its skepticism of big international institutions that manage the global economy, in part because it wants to use the World Bank as a counterweight to China’s growing international influence......»»

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Attempt to Break Italian Government Impasse Fails

A fresh attempt to broker an agreement to form a new government in Italy fell into disarray after a presidential mediator failed to bridge differences that have persisted among the parties since last month’s national elections.....»»

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Inspectors Enter Syrian Site of Suspected Chemical Attack

An international team was allowed into the Syrian town to investigate. Dozens of people were killed two weeks ago in the area......»»

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China"s Xi Jinping Outlines Vision for Future as Tech Power

Chinese President Xi Jinping outlined an updated vision for China’s future as an internet and technology power, pledging more state support for sectors caught in the cross-hairs of a trade fight with the U.S......»»

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Michael Cohen"s Attorney Urges Judge to Delay "Stormy Daniels" Suit Against Him

Lawyers for President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen asked a federal judge here Friday to halt a civil case against him in light of the criminal investigation embroiling him in New York......»»

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CIA Memo Says Haspel Isn"t to Blame for Destroyed Tapes

The CIA released a 2011 internal memo saying Gina Haspel wasn’t to blame for the destruction of videotaped interrogations of terror suspects, an effort to shore up support on Capitol Hill for her nomination to lead the spy agency......»»

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GM Veteran Joins Race for the Next Tesla

Deep-pocketed investors looking to create the next Tesla are turning to seasoned automotive executives for help making sense of the complicated and capital-intensive car business......»»

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Hamas Member Is Assassinated in Malaysia

Hamas said one of its members was assassinated in Malaysia. The killing came amid heightened tensions between Hamas and Israel, and a day after Israeli intelligence minister Yisrael Katz warned of the potential for targeted killings of Hamas members......»»

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China"s Xi Jinping Outlines Vision For Future as Technology Power

Chinese President Xi Jinping outlined an updated vision for China’s future as an internet and technology power, pledging more state support for sectors caught in the cross-hairs of a trade fight with the U.S......»»

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When the Twitter Mob Came for Me

Recently hired by the Atlantic and then promptly fired, the conservative writer Kevin D. Williamson discusses the social-media outrage that made the celebrated magazine retreat......»»

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U.K."s National Health Service Is in Trouble

Seventy years after its foundation, Britain’s beloved National Health Service, which delivers free care for all, struggles with chronic shortages, and politicians and experts are debating whether more public spending alone is the right solution......»»

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India Seeks Death Penalty for Rape of Girls Under 12

India’s government prescribed the death penalty for people convicted of raping children under 12 to help combat an increase in violent crime against women......»»

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The Dreaded Wedding Decision: Which Co-Workers to Invite?

The question of which work friends make the cut can create awkward moments at the office......»»

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Ford CEO"s Cost-Cut Plan in Focus During Its Slump

Jim Hackett is trying to make changes. But the auto maker is ‘burning a lot of cash in a lot of places,’ says one analyst......»»

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Starbucks Lacks Clear Guidance for Employees on Nonpaying Customers

Starbucks doesn’t appear to have a written policy on how long customers are allowed to hang out in its cafes without buying anything—a lack of clarity that became evident after two black men were arrested at a Philadelphia outlet......»»

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