LONDON, March 4 Britain's construction industry reported the first fall in activity in almost a year last month, as Brexit uncertainty and a slow housing market delayed new building projects.
WASHINGTON, Jan 17 The U.S. economy and inflation expanded at a modest-to-moderate pace from late November through the end of 2017, while wages continued to push higher, the Federal Reserve said on Wednesday.
By Roberta Rampton, Doina Chiacu, Susan Heavey and David
GORI, Georgia In Nazi Stefanishvili's family home in Gori, posters, paintings and books fill a tiny room dedicated to the Georgian city's most famous son, Soviet dictator Josef Stalin.
LONDON, Sept 15 The Bank of England said it was still likely to cut interest rates to just above zero later this year, even though the initial Brexit hit to Britain's economy would be less severe than it expected only last month.
By Supriya Kurane, Siddharth Cavale, Karen Freifeld, David
Morgan and Nathan Layne
PHOENIX, Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio is
disbanding a squad that targeted undocumented immigrants in
workplace raid, his office said on Thursday, following a lawsuit
by groups that accused the controversial lawman of infringing on
the powers of the federal government.
WASHINGTON Draft laws in Myanmar aimed at protecting the country's majority Buddhist identity by regulating religious conversions and marriages between people of different faiths have "no place in the 21st century" and should be withdrawn, a U.S. government agency said on Wednesday.