Rachel Cooke: journalist, US Weekly and new GNM employer

Rachel Cooke: journalist, US Weekly and new GNM employer

Having written a lot about the financial deregulation caused by the roll-out of the TTIP agreement, which is about to come into effect in the US, I was disappointed not to have been commissioned…

91 Afghans escape to safe haven after Taliban attack

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91 Afghans escape to safe haven after Taliban attack

Photo On the day security forces backed by U.S. Special Forces raided a Taliban-held police base in northern Afghanistan in order to release its prisoners, 86 Afghan athletes, officials and their families fled the…

Is JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon afraid of Ebola?

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Is JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon afraid of Ebola?

Written by Staff Writer JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon will not be meeting with government officials this weekend in a region of the US where he’s considered a potential Ebola case, a spokeswoman for…

Schnitzer Steel puts a focus on creative community

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Schnitzer Steel puts a focus on creative community

Illustration by Federico Goldstein. Last month, the National Endowment for the Arts released a report called ””Sustaining Connections”–”Work, Play, Community””–designed to give insight into the health of American community and economic health in the…

Man dies after being shot over the weekend in Brampton

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Man dies after being shot over the weekend in Brampton

A 27-year-old man died Wednesday after being shot over the weekend in Brampton, police said. Police were called to a house in the 3200 block of Boulevards Drive just after 6:30 p.m. on Saturday,…

Africa’s Oil Majors Hold Tight, Making Prices Tighter

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Africa’s Oil Majors Hold Tight, Making Prices Tighter

Forget the thought of prices rising again this summer. If the world’s oil market continues to churn out more barrels each day than consumption is showing, gasoline could in fact see some of its…