Democrats withdrew an offer to fund President Donald Trump's border wall, as tough negotiations over the future of 700,000 young, undocumented immigrants resumed in the Senate.
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Swiss marchers protest against Trump, break through Davos security cordon
Anti-capitalists marched through Swiss cities on Tuesday to protest a planned visit by U.S. President Donald Trump to the World Economic Forum (WEF) and broke through a security cordon in Davos.
Ukraine money-go-round: how $1.7 billion in bank loans ended up offshore
When Ukrainian company Profit signed a $48.5 million deal with a British firm in 2014, it became part of what prosecutors in Ukraine say was a potentially criminal scheme that moved $1.7 billion from the country's biggest lender to offshore accounts.
Alienation drives young Palestinians beyond politics
Confrontations between young Palestinians and Israeli soldiers have taken on a life of their own since Palestinian leaders called for protests against Donald Trump's decision to treat Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
2018 global growth to roll to highs not seen in eight years: Reuters poll
The global economy is expected to grow at a robust pace this year and reach an altitude not seen since 2010, as momentum builds in developed economies and inflation revives, Reuters polls of over 500 economists showed.
China trash town's cleanup bolstered by import ban
The dizzying stench of burning plastic still drifts through the alleys, workshops and warehouses of Guiyu, the southern Chinese town that has long symbolized China's role as the main recycler of the world's waste.
Police sought Secrets Act probe of Reuters reporters an hour after their arrest
Myanmar police sought permission from the nation's president to go ahead with an investigation into whether two Reuters journalists had breached the Official Secrets Act only an hour after arresting them last month, a court heard on Tuesday.
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President Donald Trump plans to nominate tax lawyer Charles "Chuck" Rettig to serve as commissioner of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, Politico reported on Tuesday, citing multiple sources with knowledge of the White House selection process.