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Fed raises interest rates; World Bank asks if global recession is...

The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System has again raised interest rates by three-quarters of a point and the action has again...

U.S. and world news for July 26

https://youtu.be/dPxE-_drofI Russia plans to go it alone in space: Russia said this morning that it plans to build its own space station and after 2024 will...

U.S. and world news for July 20

https://youtu.be/MB2t-tDSSkM Heat wave continues: A wildfire broke out outside of Athens, Greece, as the effects of the unprecedented heat wave continue to be felt with other...

U.S. and world news for June 24

New NY gun control legislation: New York Governor Kathy Hochul is leading an effort to draft new gun control legislation after yesterday’s U.S. Supreme...

Armonk company starts campaign to save imported cheese from Trump tariff...

"We understand the impact that regulatory issues can have on local businesses," said Joseph Gellert, president and owner of World's Best Cheeses.

U.S. Sen. Murphy heads overseas for talks about Brexit drama

The Connecticut Democrat, who is a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, is to meet with officials in London, Belfast and Dublin to discuss the impact of Brexit on transatlantic relations.

EU reportedly targets Xerox in retaliatory tariff response

The EU action comes in response to President Trump's plans to levy tariffs on European auto imports.

Murphy and Blumenthal voice concern on cheese labeling proposal

Part of a bipartisan effort to protect cheese producers, the senators object to a European Union proposal that would mandate geographic indicators on all cheeses sold in Mexico.