The U.S. poultry market may find its way to the chopping block if talks to renegotiate NAFTA collapse and President Trump makes good on a threat to pull out of the 1994 deal with Canada and Mexico.
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Government shutdown fizzles on spending, immigration deal in Congress
Congress voted on Monday to end a three-day U.S. government shutdown, approving the latest short-term funding bill as Democrats accepted promises from Republicans for a broad debate later on the future of young illegal immigrants.
As U.S. goes quiet on close naval patrols, China speaks out
While the Pentagon plays down patrols close to Chinese-controlled reefs and islands in the South China Sea, Beijing is sounding the alarm about them, seeking to justify what experts say will be an even greater presence in the disputed region.
UK regulator puts hurdle in path of Murdoch's $15.7 billion Sky deal
Rupert Murdoch's $15.7 billion takeover of European broadcaster Sky should be blocked unless a way is found to prevent the media tycoon from influencing the network's news output, Britain's competition regulator said.
Verizon quarterly revenue, subscribers beat estimates
Verizon Communications Inc on Tuesday reported quarterly revenue that exceeded analyst estimates as it added phone subscribers, and the company's chief executive said it was not currently considering a large media acquisition.
Wall Street edges higher on strong earnings
Wall Street's main indexes were higher in morning trading on Tuesday as upbeat results from Netflix, Travelers outweighed concerns of the potential impact of President Donald Trump's decision to impose steep import tariffs.
'Shape of Water' leads Oscar nods; women and people of color also shine
Fox Searchlight's fantasy romance "The Shape of Water," about a woman who falls in love with a strange river creature, led the Oscar nominations on Tuesday in a wide-ranging list that embraced stories about and by women and people of color.
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