MOORE, Oklahoma - Rescuers went building to building in search of victims and thousands of survivors were homeless a day after a massive tornado tore through a suburb of Oklahoma City, wiping out whole blocks and killing at least 24. Full Article | Live Coverage
DETROIT - A boutique carmaker led by former General Motors Co executive Bob Lutz and China's largest auto parts supplier made an offer this month to buy cash-strapped "green" car company Fisker Automotive, people familiar with the matter said.
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- As U.S. struggles with Syria policy, Senate panel backs arming rebels
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- Senate panel OKs changes sought by tech firms in immigration bill
BRUSSELS - The European Union wants to exempt state control of utilities and support for creative industries from free trade talks with the United States due to start next month, the latest draft of Brussels' negotiating mandate showed. Full Article
As JPMorgan boss Jamie Dimon won a critical shareholder vote Tuesday, JPMorgan director Lee Raymond sought to reassure investors that the board had things under control. But his comments should raise eyebrows, not ease worries, says Reuters Breakingviews columnist Antony Currie.
We are witnessing the slow death of public opinion in this country. It’s being displaced by party opinion. Elections today are less and less about persuasion and more and more about mobilization: You rally your supporters in order to beat back your opponents. Commentary
While I join the chorus of rage aimed at the excesses of a Department of Justice leak investigation that has criminalized the reporting of Fox News Channel’s James Rosen, I also wonder how much of Rosen’s trouble is of his own making. Commentary
The hoopla over the new George W. Bush Library in Dallas, as well as some gauzy looks back penned by former aides, shows we are in the middle of “The Great Bush Revisionism.” The former president is being lauded and congratulated. But for what? Commentary