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Wall Street mixed at open after selloff

Wall Street's main indexes opened mixed on Friday (June 17), after a brutal selloff triggered by the Federal Reserve and other major central banks raising interest rates heightened recession fears. The Dow Jones Industrial...

Texas abortion law leads to ‘50% decrease in the number of patients who are able to have abortions’

Nine months have passed since the state of Texas passed one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the nation last year. Senate Bill 8, or S.B. 8, bans abortion upon detection of fetal...

Tesla to charge more for cars in US, as Musk files appeal over Twitter posts

 Tesla Inc again raised prices for all its car models in the United States in response to persistent global supply-chain problems and soaring raw material costs. The electric carmaker increased its Model Y long-range...

White House looking into Americans reported captured in Ukraine

The White House said on Thursday (June 16) that it's "working very hard to learn more" about two U.S. citizens who are missing in Ukraine and feared captured. Alexander Drueke, 39, of Tuscaloosa, Alabama,...

Qatar Airways swings to annual profit after years of losses

Qatar Airways on Thursday (June 16) posted its first annual profit since 2017 following years of losses blamed on a regional political dispute and the pandemic. The airline, which only operates international flights, said...

Wall Street opens higher ahead of Fed’s rate decision

Wall Street's main indexes opened higher on Wednesday (June 15), boosted by gains in beaten-down growth and bank stocks, with investors waiting to see how high the Federal Reserve would raise interest rates to quell inflation at...

Serena Williams gets wildcard for Wimbledon singles

Serena Williams has received a wildcard to take part in the ladies singles competition at Wimbledon later this month, tournament organizers said on Tuesday. Williams, 40, has not played on the tour since a...

Wall Street opens higher after Monday’s rout

Wall Street's main indexes opened higher on Tuesday (June 14), a day after the S&P 500 confirmed it was in a bear market, as investors took relief from a smaller-than-expected rise in core producer prices.

Canadian PM Trudeau tests positive for COVID-19

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Monday (June 13) that he had tested positive for COVID-19, adding that he was feeling fine since he was vaccinated. Last week, Trudeau met U.S. President Joe...

Wall Street opens lower, S&P 500 on pace to confirm bear market

Wall Street's main indexes opened sharply lower on Monday (June 13) with the S&P 500 on course to confirm a bear market on growing fears that aggressive interest rate hikes could tip the economy into recession.

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Robbery suspect holds 2 people hostage at motel in Jersey Village

HOUSTON - A robbery suspect has barricaded himself while holding two people hostage inside a motel in...

Wall Street mixed at open after selloff

Wall Street's main indexes opened mixed on Friday (June 17), after a brutal selloff triggered by the Federal Reserve and other major...

Texas abortion law leads to ‘50% decrease in the number of patients who are able to have abortions’

Nine months have passed since the state of Texas passed one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the nation last year.

Tesla to charge more for cars in US, as Musk files appeal over Twitter posts

 Tesla Inc again raised prices for all its car models in the United States in response to persistent global supply-chain problems and...

White House looking into Americans reported captured in Ukraine

The White House said on Thursday (June 16) that it's "working very hard to learn more" about two U.S. citizens who are...