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New York City has agreed to pay $17.5 million to settle a lawsuit brought by two Muslim-American women who alleged that the police infringed upon their rights by requiring them to remove


In an electrifying turn of events, a resident of New Jersey clinched the staggering $1.13 billion Mega Millions jackpot on Tuesday night, marking the first win of the year. The jackpot, which had

On Monday, President Joe Biden surprised everyone by visiting Ukraine just before the anniversary of Russia's invasion of the country. This was his first trip to the war-torn nation since Russia

Today, the Government of Indonesia and the co-leads of the International Partners Group launched the Secretariat for the Just Energy Transition Partnership (JETP) as part of a week-long


Vice President Kamala Harris met virtually today with 15 leaders representing Caribbean nations and underscored the importance the Biden-Harris Administration places on our partnerships

El grupo francés PSA (Peugeot Citroën) y el ítalo-estadounidense Fiat-Chrysler confirmaron su voluntad de fusionarse entre fines de 2020 y principios de 2021, a pesar

La tasa de desempleo en España aumentó al 14,4% de su población activa en el primer trimestre, un periodo en el que ya comenzó a sentirse el impacto de la pandemia

China anunció este jueves la donación de 30 millones de dólares a la Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS) para la lucha contra covid-19, para intentar paliar la retirada de Estados Unidos,

A top EU official for digital policy warned Monday that big tech companies could face tougher rules and penalties in Europe if they failed to adequately curb hate speech and disinformation.

The European Union will impose an entry ban and asset freeze on two Turkish citizens involved in their country's disputed search for gas in the eastern Mediterranean.

The European auto market grew by 1.2 percent last year, with a push in December raising the total number of sales to 15.3 million vehicles, sector association ACEA

The EU's top trade official heads to Washington on Tuesday on a sensitive mission to mend ties with the United States and end several years of protectionist battles.

Washington, Tokyo and Brussels on Tuesday joined forces in calling for stronger global rules against government subsidies that distort trade, a practice China has long