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Tehran, June 27, IRNA – Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif underlined that the time is ripe for Tehran and Berlin to boost their economic cooperation, and said that Iran can be a good trad
Tehran, June 27, IRNA – Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani announced that the Islamic Republic is ready to cooperate with other countries in the field of energy.
The main ingredient of the pesticide Roundup will be added to a list of chemicals that California believes are linked to cancer, and products that contain the compound will have to carry a warning
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Just how bad was California's drought? We fired three big questions at Bettina Boxall, the Los Angeles Times' most experienced water reporter.
Uber recently pledged to be friendlier to its employees and its drivers. As of Tuesday, it plans to be friendlier to senior citizens, too. The ride-hailing company launched a feature in more than
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It’s Tuesday, June 27, and here’s what’s happening across California: TOP STORIES Delta tunnel project gets a huge boost Federal f
Worries over debt in the economy have been raised in the latest bank Financial Stability Report in the wake of fresh speculation that interest rates may rise sooner than most expect.
The U.S. Senate bill to “repeal and replace” Obamacare would slash Medicaid, the nation’s health insurance program for the poor. In so doing, it would devastate Los Angeles in ways that may not ye
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s most powerful union went into contract negotiations late last year convinced its workers deserved more money. For three years, the union’s 9,000 mem
The Senate healthcare overhaul bill has run into trouble. Meanwhile, President Trump’s travel ban is partially back in business. I'm Davan Maharaj, editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times. Here a
California Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon did the state a favor late Friday afternoon when he slammed the brakes on a fast-moving Senate bill to create a single-payer healthcare system in Califor
The American tourism industry is poised to lose $10.8 billion in international tourist spending following first year of Trump’s Presidency.
Lawyers have a double advantage this season. While on one hand, the top tax firms are expanding their staff strength, companies are also adding people to their legal teams before the GST deadline ro
The death of the high street travel agent is a forecast that has been made numerous times, but a saviour may be at hand in the form of virtual reality technology.
After nearly 150 years India is ready for a change in its financial year to make it coincide with the calendar year.
Due to the compulsions of working professionalsâ?? lifestyles, it is becoming essential to get covered under a health insurance plan that covers new-age health problems increasingly found among youn
I practiced the words in my head one more time before I picked up the phone and dialed. When my patient’s son answered, I froze for a moment, imagining the roles were reversed and I was about to r
In 2015, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission began investigating allegations of Hollywood’s systematic discriminatory hiring practices against female directors. By February of this year, t
Former RBI Governor YV Reddy will launch his autobiography, Advice and Dissent- My Life in Public Service which speaks about his experiences, throws light on the current issues faced in the economy.
Trump-Modi found a common ground in â??terrorismâ?? and most of the so-called contentious issues that were relevant for Indian businesses were carefully or deliberately avoided.
The Syrian government on Tuesday dismissed White House allegations that it was preparing a new chemical weapons attack, as activists reported an airstrike on an Islamic State-run jail in eastern S
The Syrian government on Tuesday dismissed White House allegations that it was preparing a new chemical weapons attack, as activists reported an airstrike on an Islamic State-run jail in eastern S
Syria has denied White House allegations that it may be preparing a new chemical attack, insisting again that it has never used such arms. Ali Haidar, the minister for national reconciliation, tol
One in three motorists believe changes to the practical driving test, set to be introduced on December 4, will not improve safety on the nation's roads.
Among women, only 41 percent of the female respondents prefer a male as direct manager and 50 percent actually have one currently.
On Monday, the Supreme Court decided a case that despite its mundane subject matter — the resurfacing of a preschool playground — was viewed by some conservatives as an opportunity for the court t
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