The case, which has been brought by a group of anti-Brexit politicians and campaigners, was referred to judges in Luxembourg by the Court of Session in Edinburgh. View this topic.
LONDON/BRUSSELS ' With just six months to go until Britain is due to leave the European Union, negotiations between the sides to agree a divorce settlement and a blueprint of new relations after Brexi' ' Check out the details. View this topic.
'Finance curse' sucks talent and investment from other industries, costing '67,500 per person over the course of two decades, View this topic.
Last month, ' '(pdf). While this was well below economists' expectations of 185,00, there was plenty of other data to confirm that the US economy is on a roll'so much so, in fact, View this topic.
The leader of a Japanese delegation says he is satisfied with the results of an inspection trip to a disputed island chain that lies between Japan and Russia. View this topic.
Amid an ongoing tariff battle with its global partners, the U.S. saw its trade deficit continue to widen as soybean exports plunged by $1 billion in August. View this topic.
The very rude elevator screamers are paid professionals only looking to make Senators look bad. Don't fall for it! Also, look at all of the professionally made identical signs. Paid for by Soros and others. View this topic.
As America’s richest self-made woman, Diane Hendricks followed an unconventional path from growing up on a dairy farm to chairing a billion-dollar company. View this topic.
The Senate moved one step closer to confirming Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on Friday when Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake told reporters he would vote for Kavanaugh barring a major unforeseen event. View this topic.
134,000: That was the total amount added to payrolls, according to the Labor Department. The number was well below Refinitiv estimates of 185,000 and the slowest pace since the 14,000 added in September 2017. View this topic.