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- Trump lashes out at Fed — again: 'They're raising interest rates too fast'
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- NY Fed President John Williams says the Fed could re-evaluate view in 2019 — stocks jump
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With a large Irish population in the Southland, establishments have to go the extra mile to draw in fans of the Emerald Isle.That is what the owners of Porters Cullens Irish Pub & Restaurant in Evergreen Park aim to do."The South Side's a very Irish community so we wanted to give a modern spin...
Indonesia on Thursday raised the alert level for the erupting Anak Krakatau volcano to the second-highest, and ordered all flights to steer clear, days after it triggered a tsunami that killed at least 430 people.
An explosive device wounded a police officer when it went off outside a church in central Athens early on Thursday, state TV ERT said.
Indonesia on Thursday rerouted all flights around the erupting Anak Krakatau volcano between Java and Sumatra islands, as it spewed columns of ash into the air, days after it triggered a deadly tsunami.
President Trump made his second unannounced visit to U.S. troops abroad Wednesday, according to reports. On his way back from meeting troops in Iraq, Trump stopped at Ramstein Air Force Base for refueling and to see service members there.
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A Chinese court will try a Canadian citizen on drugs charges on Saturday, a government-run news portal said, in a case that could further test already difficult relations between Beijing and Ottawa.
27.12.2018 Slime - it's a slippery business
Kids love the mess and parents love the prices - but can slime keep selling?
27.12.2018 Deaths of 2 migrant children in detention prompt ‘more thorough’ health assessments at border
The deaths of two migrant children younger than 10 in just one month has led to orders for “more thorough” assessment by U.S. border authorities with how they care for the thousands of minors arriving as part of a surge of families trying to enter the country, according to reports.
European Commissioner Guenther Oettinger said on Thursday there is still a chance that Britain's parliament will vote in favor of the Brexit agreement in January and that there was no public support for a disorderly Brexit or another referendum.
The government wants to double the charge and extend it to all shops in England, to cut plastic use.
Iraqi political and militia leaders condemned U.S. President Donald Trump's surprise visit to U.S. troops in Iraq on Wednesday as a violation of Iraq's sovereignty, and lawmakers said a meeting between Trump and Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi was canceled due to a disagreement over venue.
The Dow Jones is up by nearly 5% and the technology-focused Nasdaq rises by nearly 6%.
26.12.2018 Slums on the rise in Chile
The number of slums in Chile, one of Latin America's most prosperous and stable economies, has nearly doubled since 2011, the government said on Wednesday, as an influx of migrants increasingly face a lack of low-income housing and rising rents.
26.12.2018 Mattress Factory Reaches Settlement in Complaint Stemming from Handling of Sexual Misconduct Allegat
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A meeting between Iraq's leadership and U.S. President Donald Trump, who made a surprise visit to U.S. troops in Iraq on Wednesday, was scrapped over disagreements in how to conduct the session, according to a statement from the Iraqi PM's office.
The U.S. Coast Guard said on Wednesday it was searching for a British crew member who went overboard from a Royal Caribbean cruise ship in the Atlantic Ocean.
Turkey has fined two of the last television channels critical of the government over on-air comments which allegedly insulted the country's president and encouraged civil disobedience, a television watchdog official told Reuters on Wednesday.
- Indonesia orders flights to steer clear of erupting Anak Krakatau volcano
- Greek TV says explosive device wounds police officer in central Athens
- Indonesia reroutes all flights around erupting Anak Krakatau volcano
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