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The draft bill exempts banks with less than $250bn in assets from strict oversight under the Dodd-Frank Act.
Perumal Murugan makes a comeback after he declared his writing 'dead' to protest right-wing attacks.
A retired teacher who travels alone gets Chinese people talking about seizing freedom in old age.
Nigeria is debating a hate speech bill which, if passed, would condemn to death those found guilty.
Why it is not always as easy as it should be to keep track of people entering war zones.
The city that decided to stop birds crashing into buildings.
Talking about failure is taboo in Germany, and it could be holding business back.
An elderly Pakistani couple talk about life under siege in Syria, and how their relatives clung to them.
You've heard of Wonder Woman and Black Panther, but what about Queen Amina and Ireti Moremi?
The arrest warrants include accusations of human trafficking, torture, murder and rape.
A new analysis by Stateline found only seven communities where women make significantly more than men.
Thousands of students across the country left their classrooms in a call for gun reform.
US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, says Russia is behind an attack on former spy Sergei Skripal in the UK.
The state would be the first in the US to use nitrogen-induced hypoxia on death-row inmates.
What began as a peaceful uprising against President Assad in 2011 has become a full-scale civil war.
The government's expulsion of 23 embassy officials in response to the Skripal case is explained.
The blood testing company, its founder and former president are charged with deceiving investors.
Robert Fico says he is ready to resign after a journalist's murder but only if there is no early election.
Group leaders are accused of enslaving victims by brainwashing them into a strict eating regime.
Officials have been locked in epically-long meetings, revising the first draft of the withdrawal treaty.