WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump on Wednesday backed away from a bipartisan deal from two U.S. senators to stabilize Obamacare by restoring subsidies to health insurers, one day after signaling his support for the plan.
Demonstrators defy police to protest against people responsible for devastating truck bomb in Mogadishu Thousands of Somalis have demonstrated against those behind the bombing that killed more than 30 ... Read more
The UK Home Office has been threatened with legal action unless it opens an inquiry into the awarding of government contracts to firms such as security giant G4S, after alleged “humiliation and abuse” ... Read more
From: Paul Osuyi, Asaba A suspected armed robber, who was attempting to escape after his arrest, was on Wednesday shot dead by security operatives in Delta State. The suspect, whose identity was yet b ... Read more
A news executive plummeted to his death from atop a luxury Chicago hotel, when he somehow lost his footing as he was taking photographs, according to reports. Avid shutterbug Eric Janssen, 44, a VP fo ... Read more
ZURICH: Switzerland said on Wednesday it would start sharing information on the activities of multinationals in its territory with other countries in 2020, joining an international push to fight tax e ... Read more
Kahit inaayos na ang kaniyang piyansa para sa reklamong panggugulo umano sa isang restobar kung saan siya uminom ng alak, hindi pa rin kaagad makalalabas ng piitan ang aktor na si Baron Geisler dahil ... Read more
The number of employed people in Korea reached 26.84 million in September, marking the largest monthly employment growth since May, according to data compiled by Statistics Korea on Wednesday. The gov ... Read more