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Starbucks Chairman Questions Country's 'Moral Fiber'

Starbucks Chairman Questions Country's 'Moral Fiber'

Starbucks chairman Howard Schultz says the events surrounding a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, last weekend have put the "moral fiber" of the country in question.

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Skeptics Dismiss Bannon's Call for Economic War with China

Skeptics Dismiss Bannon's Call for Economic War with China

By Matthew Pennington and Paul Wiseman | Aug 21
White House adviser Steve Bannon isn't alone in pondering America's possibly generation-defining question about China's emerging superpower status - but his call for an "economic war" puts him far outside the mainstream.

Veterans Get Expanded College Assistance under Trump

Veterans Get Expanded College Assistance under Trump

By Darlene Superville | Aug 21
Military veterans are getting unlimited access to college assistance under legislation President Donald Trump has signed into law.

China's Great Wall Considers Bid for Fiat Chrysler Jeep Unit

China's Great Wall Considers Bid for Fiat Chrysler Jeep Unit

By Joe McDonald | Aug 21
Chinese SUV maker Great Wall Motors is considering making a bid to buy Fiat Chrysler's Jeep unit, spokespeople for the company said Monday, in a possible ambitious new step onto the global stage for China's fast-growing auto brands.

Changing Times Brew Bitter Taste For Japan's Beer Makers

Changing Times Brew Bitter Taste For Japan's Beer Makers

By Yuri Kageyama | Aug 21
Beer consumption has been tanking for five years straight in Japan, as the younger generation shies away from the obligatory after-work drinking that was a trademark of the dark-suited heroes of Japan Inc.

U.S.: 'Zero' Chance of Colorado River Water Shortage in 2018

U.S.: 'Zero' Chance of Colorado River Water Shortage in 2018

By Ken Ritter and Dan Elliott | Aug 20
Heavy winter snows in the Rocky Mountains have rescued the thirsty Western U.S. for another year.

Cuba Struggling to Keep Professionals from Leaving

Cuba Struggling to Keep Professionals from Leaving

By Andrea Rodriguez | Aug 20
Calle Marti is a modest half-mile boulevard split by a simple winding flagstone path that's bracketed by green grass, pine trees and curving blue cement benches.

UK: There Must Be No Border Posts with Ireland After Brexit

UK: There Must Be No Border Posts with Ireland After Brexit

By Jill Lawless | Aug 20
The British government has said repeatedly that it will end the free movement of people from the European Union when the U.K. leaves the bloc in 2019. On Wednesday it acknowledged that, in practice, it won't.

FDA OKs Pfizer Drug for Rare, Fast-Killing Type of Leukemia

FDA OKs Pfizer Drug for Rare, Fast-Killing Type of Leukemia

By Linda A. Johnson | Aug 20
The Food and Drug Administration has approved a new medicine for use against a rare, rapidly progressing blood cancer after other treatments have failed.

Nevada Judge Clears Way for Expanded Marijuana Distribution

Nevada Judge Clears Way for Expanded Marijuana Distribution

By Scott Sonner | Aug 19
A judge cleared the way Thursday for Nevada to allow more businesses to move marijuana from growers to stores in an effort to keep up with overwhelming demand since recreational pot sales began last month.

Young Afghans See Opportunities Dwindle as Security Worsens

Young Afghans See Opportunities Dwindle as Security Worsens

By Kathy Gannon | Aug 19
Despite 16 years of war and billions of dollars in international aid, security is worsening and jobs have grown scarce. More than 2.5 million Afghans have fled - the second largest refugee population after Syria's.

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