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AP Source: GM's Offer to UAW Would Add Lower-Paying Jobs

EU Chief: The Risk of A No-Deal Brexit "Remains Very Real"

By Tom Krisher |
A General Motors offer to invest $7 billion in U.S. facilities includes $2 billion from joint ventures and suppliers for new plants that would pay workers less than the top union w...

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Johnson Says He'll Tell Trump: Hands Off UK Health Service

Johnson Says He'll Tell Trump: Hands Off UK Health Service

By Jill Lawless | Sep 23
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he'll tell U.S. President Donald Trump that the U.K.'s state-funded health service will be off the table in any future trade negotiations, and that the U.S. will have to open its markets to British goods.

House Votes to End Forced Arbitration in Business Disputes

House Votes to End Forced Arbitration in Business Disputes

By Matthew Daly | Sep 23
The House approved a bill Friday to end forced arbitration clauses that prevent workers and consumers from filing lawsuits in disputes with companies over employment practices, billing or civil rights.

Duterte Suspending Loan Talks with Backers of Rights Probe

Duterte Suspending Loan Talks with Backers of Rights Probe

Sep 23
A presidential spokesman says the Philippines is suspending negotiations and signing of loans and grants from 18 countries that backed a U.N. human rights resolution calling for an inquiry into human rights conditions.

AP Fact Check: Trump's Twisted Reality on Guns, Environment

AP Fact Check: Trump's Twisted Reality on Guns, Environment

By Hope Yen, Seth Borenstein, and Calvin Woodward | Sep 23
The claims helped mark a week of familiar exaggerations, misstatements and fabrications by Trump, on topics from drug prices and the news media to trade.

Global Postal Union Meets Amid Trump Threat to Pull U.S. Out

Global Postal Union Meets Amid Trump Threat to Pull U.S. Out

Sep 23
The effects of President Donald Trump's standoff with China could soon be coming to a post office near you, and higher shipping rates for some types of mail are the likely outcome.

Progressive Group to Spend $50M Boosting Sun Belt Turnout

Progressive Group to Spend $50M Boosting Sun Belt Turnout

By Brian Slodysko | Sep 23
While many Democrats are focused on winning back several Rust Belt states that backed President Donald Trump in 2016, a progressive group plans to spend $50 million to make sure the party doesn't overlook opportunities in the Sun Belt.

Travel Chaos as UK Firm Thomas Cook Collapses

Travel Chaos as UK Firm Thomas Cook Collapses

By Gregory Katz, Carlo Piovano | Sep 23
Hundreds of thousands of travelers were stranded across the world Monday after British tour company Thomas Cook collapsed, immediately halting almost all its flights and hotel services and laying off all its employees.

Millennial Money: Is Student Loan Refinancing Right for You?

Millennial Money: Is Student Loan Refinancing Right for You?

By Sean Pyles | Sep 22
With over $1.6 trillion in student loan debt in America as of March 2019, student loan refinance companies have an incentive to entice you. And a lower payment sounds alluring. But is refinancing the right move for you?

Colt Suspends Production of AR-15 for Civilian Market

Colt Suspends Production of AR-15 for Civilian Market

By Pat Eaton-Robb | Sep 22
Gun-maker Colt is suspending its production of rifles for the civilian market including the popular AR-15, the company said Thursday in a shift it attributed to changes in consumer demand.

Trump Closes Doors to Immigrants, Some U.S. Citizens Open Them

Trump Closes Doors to Immigrants, Some U.S. Citizens Open Them

By Claudia Torrens | Sep 22
A small but growing number of U.S. citizens have picked up immigrants from detention centers, driven them to bus stations and doctor appointments, shared meals with them or hosted them at their homes.

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