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Walmart filed a lawsuit against the US Department of Justice and the US Drug Enforcement Administration on Thursday.
The US accuses Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, among other groups, of trying to interfere in upcoming contest.
Trinidad and Tobago officials say the Nabarima is intact and poses 'minimum risk' of oil spills in the Caribbean.
In a wide-ranging interview, Trump defends his social media demeanor and slams Democratic rival Joe Biden and Obamacare.
Goldman Sachs agreed to billions of dollars in new penalties related to 1MDB, bringing its total tab to more than $5bn.
Egyptian authorities continue to hold the journalist under arbitrary and illegal detention without trial.
Remdesivir was previously authorised for emergency use in the treatment of hospitalised COVID-19 patients.
US retirement and disability trust funds could run dry as early as 2029 and 2023 respectively, a research group warns.
Several states report spike in hospitalisations and jumps in new cases, raising concerns of a 'third wave'.
Legislators approve a constitutional amendment that will concentrate power in the president's hands.
One-day return trip has heightened speculation Israel could soon strike a normalisation deal with Sudan.
Protesters take to the streets again, angry at the worsening economy and accusing the government of failures.
MEPs left wondering why it was ‘brave journalists’ and not the EU who revealed flaws in passport schemes.
Canadian parliamentary committee says China's policies in Xinjiang amount to 'genocide' against Muslim Uighur minority.