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Even as Germany tries to wean itself from fossil fuels and nuclear power, its hunger for coal threatens the existence of villages like Atterwasch that lie atop coal deposits.
Forest Laboratories agreed to be sold to Actavis in a cash and stock deal to create a company with heavy exposure to branded and generic drugs.
Street battles in Kiev between protesters and the riot police underscored the volatility of the political crisis. More than a dozen people were killed, including two security officers, according to the police.
The regulations are the latest in a series of actions intended to cut back on greenhouse gases without the sort of legislation Mr. Obama failed to push through Congress in his first term.
The analysis provided instant fuel for both supporters and critics of raising the federal minimum wage, a policy heavily favored by Democrats but viewed skeptically by Republicans in Congress.
A maritime law from 1920 is delaying the shipment of the road salt, because there is no ship with a United States flag and crew available at the moment to deliver it.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s sweeping proposals, rooted in a Swedish street safety approach called Vision Zero, include a new focus on speeding and taxis.
Two former aides to the New Jersey governor have again refused to provide material sought by a legislative panel investigating the lane closings leading to the George Washington Bridge.
Representative Rush D. Holt Jr., a research physicist who was an advocate for scientific research over his eight terms, joins 12 fellow Democrats and 21 Republicans in an exodus from the House.
Maximo Caminero says he destroyed an Ai Weiwei vase on display at the Pérez Art Museum in Miami to protest its neglect of local artists.
Colombia's president fired his armed forces chief Tuesday for verbally maligning and suggesting action be taken against prosecutors investigating military officers accused in extrajudicial killings of civilians.
Robert Malley, who advised President Bill Clinton on Israeli-Palestinian talks, is returning to manage the fraying ties between the United States and its allies in the Persian Gulf.
The departure of Javier Moreno at Spain’s leading daily newspaper is a new sign of economic turmoil caused by slumping advertising and dwindling circulation.
Unlike some sports of risk, including Alpine skiing, few concessions are made for women in snowboarding and freestyle skiing events like slopestyle.
The secretary of state’s visit was aimed at demonstrating American support for Tunisia’s transition to democracy.