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China says employment resilient despite slower economic growth

As sales of small cars dip, Ford to lay off about 700 workers at Michigan...

Ericsson profit hit by poor US performance, global sales up

China says to increase policy support for cooling economy

Business group sees thousands of U.S. jobs from Pacific trade deal

Bangladesh mourns anniversary of garment factory disaster

New Jersey Governor Christie's approval rating falls to lowest yet

Sainsbury's to cut 800 jobs in stores restructuring

Christie's wife quits Wall Street job amid speculation he will seek White...

San Fran housing rent up a sizzling 14.8 pct. in 12 months

Low wages, trade deals luring auto plants and jobs to Mexico

Stephen Keshi signs new contract as Nigeria coach

India's richest state needs over $200 billion to house its poorest

Obama: US Better Off With Loretta Lynch

Jeb Bush knocks Hillary Clinton over Asia trade talks stance

Obama to Democratic trade critics: 'I take that personally'

Pentagon chief warns sexual assault problem could deter recruits

Migrants gain legal status in Italy, dream of better future

Trade bill key to Pacific pact clears Senate panel

US new-home sales collapse in March

Clinton says new book an example of 'distractions and attacks'

Britain's Jockey Club makes healthy profit in 2014

Clean-water advocate takes Earth Day swim at Superfund site

Boston transit agency offers free rides because of snow woes

As Petrobras scandal spreads, economic toll mounts for Brazil

Texas dogs sniff out snails in Ecuador's Galapagos

Foreigners who came to Brazil in boom times flee the bust

Colbert read Flannery O'Connor story for 'Selected Shorts'

Lawmakers stand by New York Senate leader amid federal probe

U.S. tightens airport worker screening after gun smuggling arrest

Part-time 'slack' may be nearing its end as Fed debates hike

Insight - Part-time 'slack' may be nearing its end as Fed debates hike

Insight - France's 'economic patriotism' is not what it seems

France's 'economic patriotism' is not what it seems

Campaigning Clinton has qualms about trade deal

BNP executive tipped as front-runner to head Bank of France

Many migrants drawn by jobs, welfare in northern Europe

College Kegger: University Gets in on Craft Brew

Mexico says to investigate reports of police killings

Pentagon chief seeks to woo Silicon Valley, eyes tech innovation

'Accountant of Auschwitz' standing trial in Germany

Old masters meet new FA Cup kings in fitting final

Third trophyless year sharpens scrutiny of Rodgers at Anfield

Deutsche faces tough task paring back retail, investment banking

Risk and worry await S. Korea work to lift doomed ferry

'Everything comes from above,' says world's oldest living person

Timing of sanctions relief may be deal breaker as Iran talks resume

Miami Marlins Jose Fernandez Becomes US Citizen

Sorry Newcastle are not good enough, says Carver

Sea lion pup waddles away from water, gets ride back to sea

Thai Kiradech prevails in playoff to win in Shenzhen

U.S. jobless claims edge up trend signals firmer labor market

Low-level Chicago drug offenders to get treatment, not jail

Forget the martini lunch, sweatworking mixes business with exercise

Campaign launches to elect first female U.N. Secretary-General

New Barclays chairman flags more change to meet challenges

Pentagon says evicted Russian hackers, global cyber threat grows

Winding up, Obama tosses zingers at press, political foes

Lynch to bring prosecutor's perspective to Justice Dept.

Scientists convinced of tie between earthquakes and drilling

Cuts to pay and perks trigger flight from China's state banks

Soft U.S. economic data suggests mild Q2 growth rebound

Soft U.S. economic data suggests mild second-quarter growth rebound

Anti-human trafficking bill expected to pass Senate

Procter &amp Gamble's sales fall for fifth straight quarter

Lawmaker tells administration: Pull back Indian tribe rules

Four dead as super storm lashes Australian east coast

Women held captive in Ohio home for decade release a memoir

For asylum seekers, a novel (and odd) solution: Cambodia

How the 'Godfather' of Lagos could shape Nigeria's government