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Ministers resign after third day of protests in Lebanon

Tens of thousands demand a sweeping overhaul of Lebanon's political system, citing a wide range of grievances.

Why is the US tracking journalists and immigration advocates?

US Customs and Border Protection gathers intelligence on people with ties to the migrant caravan and subjects them to additional scrutiny.

How Argentina's economic crisis is hurting women more than men

How Argentina's economic crisis is hurting women more than men

Women endure the greatest financial hardships in Argentina, and their plight is being pushed onto the election agenda.

Bolivia’s aerial transit system casts shadow on elections

Bolivia’s aerial transit system casts shadow on elections

Under President Evo Morales' watch, Bolivia spent hundreds of millions of dollars on a cable car system: worth it?

Boeing's internal 737 MAX messages: Employees may have misled FAA

Boeing's internal 737 MAX messages: Employees may have misled FAA

Company communications from 2016 show the firm might not have been fully truthful with United States aviation regulator.

Electric Hummer, hmm? GM eyeing EV pickup trucks and SUVs

Electric Hummer, hmm? GM eyeing EV pickup trucks and SUVs

Despite challenges, US auto manufacturer plans new lines of big, chargeable high-end vehicles to seize market share.