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Finland to end its universal basic income program by year's end

The Finnish government reportedly announced Tuesday that it will end the country’s universal basic income program by year's end -- and appears to be taking on new measures to cut benefits to those who do not actively seek employment.

Europe

Europe set for a negative open, as rising yields put investors on edge

European markets are expected to fall into the red Wednesday, as rising yields in the U.S. weighed.

Travel

Colombia’s cowboy music: vallenato steals the show in Valledupar

Vallenato, the folk music of northern Colombia, was once derided as unsophisticated but is now celebrated at a festival in a city that loves to partyPlaza Alfonso Lopez shook to its 16th-century foundations as I squeezed through the whiskey-drinking, somb

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Trump's travel ban faces Supreme Court reckoning

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump's administration goes before the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday to defend the legality of his travel ban targeting people from several Muslim-majority countries, one of the most contentious actions of his pre

United States

Supreme Court's last argument is over Trump travel ban

The Supreme Court is saving one of its biggest cases for last.

World

'Operation GhostSecret': North Korea Is Suspected in Intensifying Global Cyberattack

A suspected North Korean cyberattack on Turkish banks last month is broader in scope than originally believed, and has expanded to a data-theft campaign targeting nations including the U.S. and Australia, according to a new cybersecurity analysis.

Business

Shire Inches Closer to Accepting Takeda's $64 Billion Takeover

Shire said it is willing to recommend that shareholders accept Takeda Pharmaceutical’s last-ditch $64 billion takeover bid and extended the deadline for a possible deal.

World

Japan seeks role in French-German marine surveillance plane project: sources

TOKYO/BERLIN (Reuters) - In a fresh bid to win its first major foreign arms deal since World War Two, Japan is proposing its P-1 submarine hunter for a French-German project to develop a marine surveillance aircraft, two Japanese government sources said.

World

Trump Administration Considers Adm. Harris for Seoul Ambassadorship

The Trump administration is considering sending Adm. Harry Harris to Seoul as its new ambassador, according to two people familiar with the matter, turning to a military man to fill a diplomatic vacancy at a pivotal moment on the Korean Peninsula.

World

Personal Foul! This League Boots U.S. Basketball Players for Being Too Tall

South Korea seeks to boost local basketball talent and flagging ticket sales by limiting the height of foreign players; ‘I’ve never heard of being too tall to play basketball,’ says one banned center.

Business

Wynn Resorts Swings to Loss

Wynn Resorts swung to a loss in its latest quarter after booking a one-time charge related to a legal settlement that paved the way for Steve Wynn to sell his stake in the company he co-founded.

Australia

Blood and poetry on western front as Turnbull beaten in battle of the words | David Marr

Who would have thought the Anzac Day opening of a new Monash museum at Villers-Bretonneux in France would turn into a diplomatic incident? • Support our independent journalism with a monthly or one-off contributionThose damn French never could be truste

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