Thousands of illegal immigrants with deep roots in their adopted communities are being locked up and separated from their families. And the impact can be devastating.
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Asian shares edge ahead, oil subdued before OPEC meeting
Asian shares crept ahead on Thursday as a lull in the Sino-U.S. trade tussle and talk of more Chinese stimulus helped calm nerves, while tensions in the oil market grew ahead of an OPEC meeting that could expand the supply of crude.
Exclusive: Toyota, pressed to innovate, is cutting marketing costs to fuel research
Toyota has begun slashing costs, starting with sales and marketing, and shifting resources into research that will help it keep up with new competitors, four people familiar with the matter said.
Disney hikes bid for Fox assets to $71.3 billion, tops Comcast
Walt Disney Co raised its bid for the bulk of Twenty-First Century Fox Inc's film and television assets to $71.3 billion on Wednesday, sweetening its deal with cash as it looks to upend Comcast Corp's $65 billion offer.
U.S. lawmakers want Google to reconsider links to China's Huawei
Some Republican and Democratic U.S. lawmakers asked Alphabet Inc's Google on Wednesday to reconsider its work with Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei Technologies Co Ltd [HWT.UL], which they described as a security threat.
Canada sets October start for legal recreational marijuana sales
Marijuana sales will become legal in Canada beginning October 17, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Wednesday, making it the first major economy to legalize its recreational use.
Organizer of deadly Virginia rally plans follow-up in Washington
The organizer of a far-right rally last year in Charlottesville, Virginia, that turned deadly is planning to hold a rally near the White House in Washington on the first anniversary of the event, federal officials said on Wednesday.
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President Donald Trump on Wednesday nominated former Treasury Department official Kimberly Reed to be president of the Export-Import Bank, the White House said.
Around a quarter of Japanese businesses have made progress on meeting some of the easier requirements under Europe's new data privacy regulations while about another 20 percent plan to do so, a Reuters poll found.
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