quarta-feira, 22 de março de 2017

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-U.K. Parliament Attacker Leaves 4 Dead, 40 Injured

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U.K. Parliament Attacker Leaves 4 Dead, 40 Injured

A suspected Islamist terrorist mowed down scores of pedestrians on a crowded bridge before crashing his car near the gates of Parliament and stabbing a policeman, leaving four dead in an attack that struck at the heart of British democracy. 1295in 5 hours

GOP Lawmakers Struggle to Unite on Health Bill

The GOP plan to replace the Affordable Care Act remained in jeopardy after a day of negotiations among Republicans that showed signs of rallying conservatives behind the bill while driving away more centrist lawmakers. 393in 7 hours

GOP Lawmaker Sparks New Battle Over Trump Spy Claim

Rep. Devin Nunes, the Republican chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, ignited a new battle over President Trump’s claims that he was spied on by the Obama administration, saying U.S. intelligence agencies intercepted information about people involved in the Trump transition team. 3150in 7 hours

Democrats Seize on Disability Ruling in Opposing Gorsuch

The Supreme Court rejected an appeals-court ruling involving disabled students that was based on Judge Gorsuch’s views, a surprise development that some Democrats said was evidence of the nominee’s insensitivity. 524in 6 hours

U.S. Preparing Cases Linking North Korea in Theft at N.Y. Fed

Federal prosecutors are building cases that would accuse North Korea of directing the theft of $81 million from Bangladesh’s account at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York last year, according to people familiar with the matter. 54in 8 hours

AT&T, Verizon Pull Ads From Google Over ‘Hate’ Videos

AT&T and Verizon Communications pulled much of their advertising from Google over concerns that their ads may have run alongside controversial videos, extending the financial impact of a controversy. in 4 hours

Elliott Threatens to Force Akzo Nobel to Engage With PPG

U.S. activist investor Elliott Management has emerged as a key player in a $24 billion, trans-Atlantic standoff between Akzo Nobel and PPG Industries, two of the world’s oldest industrial companies. in 2 hours

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