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October 11, 2019 12:54 PM

China's economic growth has been slowing down for years. Tariffs have contributed to slower growth since early 2018, when the economic standoff began, but it's hard to pinpoint how much.

October 11, 2019 12:52 PM

"This month, we will reach the deepest deficit of the decade," the Secretary-General warned. If countries don't pay soon, the U.N. will struggle to pay staff and hold meetings, and will limit travel.

October 11, 2019 12:51 PM

A slim majority of Americans approve of House Democrats' impeachment inquiry, but even more think President Trump's future should be decided at the ballot box, an NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds.

October 11, 2019 12:50 PM

Researchers say chronic pain patients can feel suicidal or risk overdose when taken off medication too quickly. The warnings seek to course-correct after doctors felt pressured to taper drugs rapidly.

October 10, 2019 11:07 AM

The Swedish Academy made the unusual move Thursday of recognizing both Handke, an Austrian writer, and Tokarczuk, who is Polish, after scandal prevented the committee from awarding a prize last year.

October 10, 2019 09:38 AM

Schiff voted for the Iraq war authorization and the Patriot Act and was once considered a moderate. Now, the vegan, triathlete, former federal prosecutor is leading the charge against Trump.

October 10, 2019 09:07 AM

As a growing number of men brought down by the #MeToo movement attempt comebacks, a burgeoning industry of therapists, coaches and counselors is trying to help reform offenders.

October 08, 2019 10:50 AM

President Trump may be forced to release some of his tax records to prosecutors in New York.

October 08, 2019 10:49 AM

The rule would allow employers to require waitstaff and others to share their tips with kitchen staff. But labor advocates say it could allow bosses to take advantage of their workers.

October 08, 2019 10:49 AM

The pilots say they stand to lose $100 million in income. Southwest has canceled more than 30,000 flights since the FAA grounded the aircraft in March after two crashes killed 346 people.