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Royals RHP Keller drops appeal of suspension

Kansas City Royals right-hander Brad Keller dropped his appeal of a five-game suspension and began serving the penalty on Tuesday. Keller will be eligible for...

China says will guarantee pensions amid warnings of funds drying up

SHANGHAI (Reuters) – China will “fully guarantee” future pension payments, a government official told reporters, amid warnings from government researchers that funds could run...

In Rohingya camps, a political awakening faces a backlash

By Simon Lewis, Poppy McPherson and Ruma Paul KUTUPALONG REFUGEE CAMP, Bangladesh (Reuters) – It was after Mohib Ullah scored his first political victories that...

South Korea proposes $5.9 billion fiscal stimulus to tackle air pollution,...

By Joori Roh and Cynthia Kim SEJONG, South Korea (Reuters) – South Korea announced a proposed 6.7 trillion won ($5.87 billion) supplementary budget on Wednesday...

Democrats to press star witness of Mueller report to repeat performance...

By David Morgan WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Donald McGahn, the former White House counsel described in the Mueller report as repeatedly standing up to President Donald...

In Spanish election debate, Sanchez snubs Ciudadanos as tempers fray

By Belén Carreño and John Stonestreet MADRID (Reuters) – The main contenders in Spain’s parliamentary election traded verbal blows over jobs and national identity on...

Critics gush over the spectacle and story of ‘Avengers: Endgame’

By Lisa Richwine LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Film critics unleashed overwhelmingly positive reviews on Tuesday of “Avengers: Endgame,” the highly anticipated final installment in a...

Brazil court trims Lula sentence, opening door to partial detention

BRASILIA (Reuters) – Brazil’s jailed former leftist president, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, could gain partial freedom within five months following a court decision...

UK employers fear Brexit hit to economy, but plan more hiring:...

LONDON (Reuters) – British employers are their most worried about the economy since the 2016 Brexit referendum, but they also plan to hire extra...

Government, business should guard Internet together: British intelligence chief

GLASGOW, Scotland (Reuters) – The head of Britain’s GCHQ spy agency on Wednesday will call on businesses and the finance sector to work with...