Students galvanized by deadly mass shooting at a Florida high school confronted lawmakers with demands to restrict sales of assault rifles, while President Donald Trump suggested arming teachers as a way to stop more rampages.
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Distrust of unions, and GM, hangs over South Korean efforts to stem job losses
South Korean President Moon Jae-in is in a bind.
Ford U.S. chief departs abruptly after behavior probe
Ford Motor Co said on Wednesday that Raj Nair, its president for North America, was leaving the company immediately after an internal investigation found his behavior was "inconsistent with the company's code of conduct."
Asian stocks slip as U.S. rate risk sours sentiment, dollar holds gains
Most Asian share markets followed S&P 500 futures lower on Thursday as speculation of faster hikes in U.S interest rates soured risk appetite globally.
Trump-Russia probe counsel to interview ex-Trump aide Nunberg: sources
Sam Nunberg, a former political aide to Donald Trump, will be interviewed on Thursday as part of a U.S. special counsel's investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election, two people with knowledge of the matter said.
Bridgewater's Dalio sees 70 percent chance of recession before 2020
Billionaire investor Ray Dalio, who founded world's largest hedge fund Bridgewater Associates, thinks there is a relatively high chance the U.S. economy will stumble into a recession before the next presidential election in 2020.
German court to decide on fate of 15 million diesel cars
Germany's highest administrative court in Leipzig will on Thursday decide the fate of 15 million diesel vehicles in the country when it rules on whether cities in Europe's largest car market can ban heavily polluting cars.
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