WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump signed a memorandum that bans some transgender individuals from serving in the U.S. military, but gives the armed forces latitude in implementing policies.
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Globalists buck U.S. index fund trend
Volatility in U.S. equity markets this year is pushing investors not only to invest in stocks abroad, but also to commit their money to an even more foreign place: the hands of stockpickers rather than index funds.
California police shooting of unarmed black man forcing look at policies
Did police tell an unarmed black man who they were before shooting him to death in a dark backyard in Sacramento, California? That question is forcing an examination of policies dictating when and how police identify themselves while encountering suspects.
South Korea says North agrees to hold summit preparation talks on March 29
North Korea has agreed to hold high-level talks with South Korea on March 29 at the border truce village of Panmunjom to prepare for a summit of their leaders planned for April, the South said on Saturday.
As Syrian rebels quit Ghouta, Douma stands alone
The Syrian army paused its bombardment of Douma, the last rebel bastion near Damascus, after midnight, a war monitor said on Saturday, as insurgents prepared to leave the rest of their former enclave of eastern Ghouta.
Dropbox shares close up 35 percent in biggest tech debut since Snap
Dropbox Inc's shares closed at $28.42, up more than 35 percent in their first day of trading on Friday, as investors rushed to buy into the biggest technology initial public offering in more than a year even as the wider sector languished.
Trump's new security adviser known for clashes with spy agencies
Incoming White House national security adviser John Bolton's history of clashes with U.S. intelligence agencies suggests how he might handle North Korea and Iran, two of the thorniest challenges he and U.S. President Donald Trump face.
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