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World Published: Jun 26, 2016
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John Kerry heads to London for urgent Brexit talks

John Kerry on Sunday urged Britain and the European Union to manage their divorce responsibly for the sake of global markets and citizens.
John Kerry
U.S Secretary of State
John Kerry Paolo Gentiloni
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Italy
Paolo Gentiloni Richard Haass
Council on Foreign Relations
Richard Haass
Business Published: Jun 26, 2016
5 minutes ago

London-based banks 'could relocate to Paris or Frankfurt'

Bank of England will not hesitate to take additional measures to ensure stability.'.
Frank Langfitt
NPR
Frank Langfitt Donald J. Trump
Republican Party
Donald J. Trump Barack Obama
USA Presidency
Barack Obama +53
Business Published: Jun 26, 2016
16 minutes ago

Five challenges for the UK when leaving the EU

The vote in the United Kingdom to leave the European Union set off worldwide financial turmoil.
Christine Lagarde
International Monetary Fund
Christine Lagarde Roberto Azevêdo
World Trade Organization
Roberto Azevêdo Christopher Sabatini
Columbia University's School for International and Public Affairs
Christopher Sabatini +7
US Published: Jun 26, 2016
25 minutes ago

Clinton leads Trump, pair of polls show

The Post/ABC News poll finds Clinton at 51 per cent to Trump's 39 per cent - her.
Donald J. Trump
Republican Party
Donald J. Trump Bernie Sanders
Democratic Party, US
Bernie Sanders Mitch McConnell
Republican Party, Kentucky
Mitch McConnell +3
Israel Published: Jun 26, 2016
41 minutes ago

Israel heads off pressure with diplomatic blitz

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will fly to Rome Sunday to try to fend off pressure from the United States and Europe over his settlements policy and opposition to a French-led effort to forge peace with the Palestinians.
Benjamin Netanyahu
Prime Minister, Israel
Benjamin Netanyahu Donald Tusk
European Council
Donald Tusk Reuven Rivlin
Likud Party, Israel
Reuven Rivlin +1
World Published: Jun 26, 2016
42 minutes ago

Brexit May Well Never Happen

Former London Mayor Boris Johnson argues for Britain to leave the EU during the ITV referendum debate on June 9 in London.
Donald J. Trump
Republican Party
Donald J. Trump Barack Obama
USA Presidency
Barack Obama David Cameron
British Government
David Cameron +2
UK Published: Jun 26, 2016
43 minutes ago

Brexit Reveals A Deeply Divided Britain

All night, I watched the referendum results rolling in.
Donald J. Trump
Republican Party
Donald J. Trump David Cameron
British Government
David Cameron Manuel Valls
French Government
Manuel Valls +8
UK Published: Jun 26, 2016
47 minutes ago

Surge ' in searches on Irish passports, says Google

Google saw a 100 percent surge in U.K. searches for "getting an Irish passport" after Britain voted to leave the European Union.
Pete Shirlow
Queen's University
Pete Shirlow Jonathan Freeman
Google
Jonathan Freeman Department of Foreign Affairs Department of Foreign Affairs +3
World Published: Jun 26, 2016
1 hour ago

EU founders pressure for fast Brexit talks

Leading European officials urged Britain on Saturday to move quickly to begin the long process of its exit from the European Union, after the vote to leave the bloc plunged Europe into uncertainty.
David Cameron
British Government
David Cameron Francois Hollande
French Presidency
Francois Hollande Angela Merkel
German government
Angela Merkel +10
UK Published: Jun 26, 2016
1 hour ago

A bad day for Europe ', says Germany's Gabriel

German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel on Friday described Britain's vote to leave the European Union as "a bad day for Europe".
Donald J. Trump
Republican Party
Donald J. Trump Barack Obama
USA Presidency
Barack Obama David Cameron
British Government
David Cameron +26
UK Published: Jun 26, 2016
1 hour ago

Brits Scramble to Google `'What is the EU ?"

The United Kingdom's historic vote to exit the European Union is dominating the conversation online as well as global headlines.
David Cameron
British Government
David Cameron Francois Hollande
French Presidency
Francois Hollande Nicola Sturgeon
Scottish National Party
Nicola Sturgeon +16
Business Published: Jun 26, 2016
1 hour ago

Brexit : what it means for the US economy

In one of the most immediate effects following the UK referendum to leave the European Union, the British pound has taken a strong enough hit to reduce the Britain's economic standing in the world.
Barack Obama
USA Presidency
Barack Obama David Cameron
British Government
David Cameron Francois Hollande
French Presidency
Francois Hollande +27
World Published: Jun 26, 2016
1 hour ago

EU must now stop further unraveling

The EU must reinvent itself to survive after Britain's vote to leave.
David Cameron
British Government
David Cameron Angela Merkel
German government
Angela Merkel Donald Tusk
European Council
Donald Tusk +4
UK Published: Jun 26, 2016
1 hour ago

Key moments in the EU referendum campaign

A look back at the highs and lows of the EU Referendum campaigns.
David Cameron
British Government
David Cameron Nicola Sturgeon
Scottish National Party
Nicola Sturgeon Nigel Farage
UK Independence Party
Nigel Farage +16
US Published: Jun 26, 2016
1 hour ago

McConnell declines to say Trump qualified

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell declined Sunday to say whether presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump is qualified to be president.
Donald J. Trump
Republican Party
Donald J. Trump Mitch McConnell
Republican Party, Kentucky
Mitch McConnell Bernie Sanders
Democratic Party, US
Bernie Sanders +1
US Published: Jun 26, 2016
1 hour ago

Texas mother fatally shoots 2 daughters ; police kill her

Police say a Houston-area woman fatally shot her two adult daughters before officers shot and killed her.
Troy Nehls
Fort Bend
Troy Nehls Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office Fulshear Police Fulshear Police +3
Business Published: Jun 26, 2016
1 hour ago

JPMorgan post-Brexit plan hinges on tone of discourse in Europe

JPMorgan Chase & Co is grappling with how much of its business can stay in Britain and a lot will depend on how well European Union and U.K. politicians appear to be getting along.
Donald J. Trump
Republican Party
Donald J. Trump Jamie Dimon
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Jamie Dimon John Cryan
Deutsche Bank
John Cryan +8
UK Published: Jun 26, 2016
38 minutes ago

Rollercoaster derails at Scotland's M&D theme park

Seven people have been injured after a rollercoaster derailed at M&D's amusement park in Motherwell.
Police Scotland Police Scotland police police Scottish Fire and Rescue Service Scottish Fire and Rescue Service +3
Health Published: Jun 26, 2016
2 hours ago

Veterans can get free dental care Saturday

Aspen Dental is providing free dental care for veterans across the country Saturday, June 25.
Andrew Jones
Transport Ministry
Andrew Jones Melissa Thompson
Aspen Insurance
Melissa Thompson Farhan Khan
Aspen Insurance
Farhan Khan +10
World Published: Jun 26, 2016
2 hours ago

Brexit Live Coverage : Britain Votes to Leave the EU

Britain entered uncharted waters Friday after the country voted to leave the European Union K. broadcasters.
Barack Obama
USA Presidency
Barack Obama David Cameron
British Government
David Cameron Paul Ryan
Republican Party
Paul Ryan +29
Business Published: Jun 26, 2016
2 hours ago

The UK's trade deal challenges

The UK votes to leave the EU and concern spreads throughout both its technology companies and the investors backing them.
David Cameron
British Government
David Cameron Francois Hollande
French Presidency
Francois Hollande Christine Lagarde
International Monetary Fund
Christine Lagarde +5
Business Published: Jun 26, 2016
2 hours ago

Europeans shocked, worried over 'Brexit'

On voters in the United Kingdom made history by voting for their country to leave the European Union.
David Cameron
British Government
David Cameron Nigel Farage
UK Independence Party
Nigel Farage Radu Magdin
Smartlink
Radu Magdin
Business Published: Jun 26, 2016
2 hours ago

India Inc. girds for uncertainty

Tata Group companies may be hit hard after Britain voted to leave the European Union.
Michael Bloomberg
Bloomberg
Michael Bloomberg Sunil Kumar Sinha
India Ratings and Research
Sunil Kumar Sinha NTT DoCoMo NTT DoCoMo +4
Business Published: Jun 26, 2016
2 hours ago

Asia central banks, policymakers wade in to calm markets on Brexit vote

At least two Asian central banks were suspected of intervening in their currency markets on Friday as global financial markets went into a tailspin after Britain voted to leave the European Union in a historic vote.
Taro Aso
Finance Minister, Japan
Taro Aso Hiroaki Muto
Tokai Tokyo Research Center
Hiroaki Muto Takuji Okubo
Macro Advisors
Takuji Okubo +1
Business Published: Jun 26, 2016
2 hours ago

JPMorgan post-Brexit plan hinges on tone of discourse in Europe

For big banks' trading desks, the day after Britain's vote to exit the European Union was exceedingly busy and at times painful.
Jamie Dimon
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Jamie Dimon Lloyd Blankfein
Goldman Sachs
Lloyd Blankfein Mike Mayo
CLSA
Mike Mayo +7
Business Published: Jun 26, 2016
2 hours ago

What experts make of 'Brexit'

As Britons voted to exit the European Union, its decision radiated around the globe on Friday, blowing up a storm in financial markets that may take time to die down and retarding prospects for a recovery in world trade.
Raghuram Rajan
Reserve Bank of India
Raghuram Rajan Arundhati Bhattacharya
State Bank of India
Arundhati Bhattacharya Ashutosh Raina
HDFC Bank
Ashutosh Raina +3
Business Published: Jun 26, 2016
2 hours ago

This is Brexit : London stocks get crushed

Stocks in London and Europe are plunging headlong into one of their biggest falls in years after the U.K. voted to leave the European Union.
David Cameron
British Government
David Cameron Mark Carney
Bank of England
Mark Carney Howard Archer
IHS Global Insight
Howard Archer +6
UK Published: Jun 26, 2016
2 hours ago

Britain votes to leave EU

As Britain took a step into the unknown with its historic vote to leave the EU, a picture of a generational divide emerged.
Donald J. Trump
Republican Party
Donald J. Trump Hillary Clinton
Democratic Party, US
Hillary Clinton Bernie Sanders
Democratic Party, US
Bernie Sanders +58
Business Published: Jun 26, 2016
2 hours ago

U.S. Consumers Less Optimistic in June

WASHINGTON-U.S. consumers grew less optimistic in June, suggesting spending could slow in coming months.
Janet L. Yellen
Federal Reserve System
Janet L. Yellen Richard Curtin
Institute for Social Research
Richard Curtin Stephen Stanley
Amherst
Stephen Stanley +2
US Published: Jun 26, 2016
2 hours ago

2 charged in Wilkinsburg mass shooting

Two men have been charged in an ambush at a backyard cookout near Pittsburgh that killed a pregnant woman, her 8-month-old fetus and four other adults.
Eric Powell
Canonsburg
Eric Powell Michael Rose
Borough
Michael Rose John Thompson
Wilkinsburg
John Thompson +3
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