The pharmaceutical executive reviled for price-gouging resigned Friday as head of the drugmaker Turing Pharmaceuticals, a day after being arrested on charges of securities fraud related to a company he previously ran. Martin Shkreli, whose arrest d...
In a Dec. 17 story about Defense Secretary Ash Carter’s use of his personal email account, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Rep. Mac Thornberry said Carter should ask the Pentagon’s Inspector General to verify that no classified information was transmitted over unsecured channels by Carter or Deputy Defense Secretary Robert Work. Thornberry referred to Carter’s previous tenure as deputy defense secretary, but he made no mention of Work. Work’s email practices are not in question.
The World Bank Group has announced a $1 billion loan to Egypt, the first installment of an $8 billion financing plan to help the country carry out key economic reforms.
Rwandans voted Friday in a referendum to decide if President Paul Kagame should be allowed to extend his time in power, a vote he will win, according to pollsters.
Police say Israeli forces shot and killed a Palestinian driver who tried to ram his car into soldiers and border police during a riot in the West Bank.
French investigators say tear gas was the chemical applied to an electronic keypad at a Paris-area synagogue, burning more than a dozen congregants.
A Burkina Faso media organization says two journalists have been jailed and charged in relation to a short-lived coup in September in the West African country.
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