Latin American currencies and stocks
extended losses on Tuesday, swept up in a global sell-off fueled
by concerns of slowing global growth and investors pivoting
toward safer assets in the developed world.
MSCI's indexes of Latin America stocks and
regional currencies fell for a second straight
day, with declines of 1 percent and 0.4 percent, respectively.
Gabriel Casillas, chief economist and head of research at
(Reuters Health) - - A web-based tool can let a man with prostate cancer see how thousands of other men in his situation have chosen to be treated, which may help him better understand his own options, a U.S. study suggests.
Mississippi Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith posed with Confederate artifacts in photos from 2014 that emerged Tuesday, the latest in a series of controversial moments for the freshman Republican senator who is facing a run-off next week.
Aspiring actress Mareli Miniutti was granted a restraining order against famed lawyer Michael Avenatti on Monday, accusing him of physical and verbal violence -- including hitting her face with pillows, calling her an "ungrateful bitch" and dragging her across the floor.
President Donald Trump leveled his latest criticism of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday, slamming a federal judge's decision to temporarily block an executive order that would have changed US asylum policy.
Capt. Jan Jordan, who was in charge when a gunman killed 17 people inside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Valentine's Day earlier this year, has resigned, according to the Broward County Sheriff's Department.
Trump excoriated Hillary Clinton over emails, writes Jill Filipovic. Now it turns out the President's daughter, and senior adviser, has used her personal email for official government business. Ignorance is not an excuses--and not believable.
Pressure is rising on President Donald Trump to lift his tariffs on Canadian and Mexican steel and aluminum before signing a replacement for the North American Free Trade Agreement at the end of next week.
Despite reassurance from top White House officials that the US would hold those responsible for Jamal Khashoggi's murder accountable, President Donald Trump signaled that he will not take strong action against Saudi Arabia or its Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
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