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Report: EPA to seek stronger smog limits
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The Obama administration will propose Wednesday a sweeping new rule aimed at reducing ozone pollution that causes smog, the New York Times reported. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rule would seek to cut emissions from manufacturers, ...
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Insurers and fund firms battle it out for pensioners' cash
LONDON (Reuters) - Billions of pounds in savings that retiring British workers would have swapped for an income for life are up for grabs after recent rule changes - and fund managers are battling insurers for a slice of it.

Virtual wonders enter workplace
A winter commute can seem far easier when the office is a Caribbean beach complete with lapping waves, a lilting calypso soundtrack, and no boss to bother you.

Turkey's Erdogan: 'Women not equal'
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says women's "nature is different," sparking fury.

Man Utd beat Arsenal to go fourth
Manchester United secured a vital 2-1 victory against Arsenal, their first on the road in the English Premier League this season under coach Louis Van Gaal.

Google reaches out-of-court settlement in UK defamation case
LONDON (Reuters) - Google Inc said on Monday it had reached a settlement with a British businessman over defamatory postings in its search results describing him as a pedophile, a murderer and a money-launderer.

Dogs of war: Other orphans of Donetsk
Shelter in ravaged city struggles to house once-docile dogs.

Two Americans charged with supporting IS

The US Department of Justice sealTwo young American men, one of whom is in the Middle East fighting, have been charged with supporting the Islamic State group, the Justice Department said Tuesday. Somali Americans Abdi Nur, 20, and Abdullahi Yusuf, 18, have been charged with "conspiracy to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization, namely, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)," Assistant Attorney General John Carlin said. Yusuf was to appear in court Tuesday in Minneapolis, where there is a large Somali American community. Abdi Nur, who traveled May 29 to Turkey, through which many jihadists pass en route to fight with IS, was to have returned to the United States June 16 but did not, the statement added.