quinta-feira, 29 de setembro de 2016

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-OPEC Reaches Understanding on Cut to Oil Output

What’s News

OPEC Reaches Understanding on Cut to Oil Output

The group reached a consensus that members need to reduce crude-oil production to lift petroleum prices, though reaching a deal is far from certain. 88in a day

Congress Passes Spending Bill to Keep Government Running

The agreement to include Flint, Mich., aid in a separate bill authorizing a range of water projects mitigated most Democrats’ concerns that Congress would do nothing this year to help the city’s residents after high levels of lead were found in their water.
Congress avoided a partial government shutdown at week’s end after both chambers passed a short-term spending bill that would keep the government running through early December. 71in a day

Congress Overrides Obama’s Veto of Terror Victims Bill

Congress voted overwhelmingly to override President Barack Obama’s veto of legislation that would allow Americans to sue foreign governments over terrorist attacks, the first such rebuke to the president since he took office. 550in a day

Redstone Firm to Call on Viacom, CBS to Weigh Merger

Weeks after cementing a powerful role in her family’s $40 billion media empire, Shari Redstone is moving to undo the last big strategic move of her ailing father, Sumner Redstone: the divorce of Viacom and CBS a decade ago. in a day

The Rapid Rise and Fall of the BlackBerry

BlackBerry Ltd. has given up on designing and producing its smartphones, outsourcing that work instead. The device’s woes were in many ways a product of its rapid and improbable success. in a day

ELECTION 2016

Key Clinton Aide Is Lightning Rod for Attacks

Hillary Clinton’s key aide Huma Abedin has seen her emails sought by conservative groups, has been accused by Donald Trump of doing State Department favors for the Clinton Foundation, and has been embarrassed by her husband’s sexual activities. in a day

For Small-Town Cops, Opioid Scourge Hits Close to Home

A flood of fentanyl and heroin is straining local budgets and taxing law enforcement, as sellers target smaller towns and dealers recruit help from local addicts. Police, forensic labs and prosecutors are struggling to combat trafficking networks that sometimes extend many hours away. 268in 16 hours
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