Barriers to equality are posing threats to democracy in the US as the country remains segregated along racial lines and child poverty worsens, said a study examining the nation 50 years after the release of the landmark 1968 Kerner Report.
A report by a group of European Union diplomats in the Israeli-occupied Jerusalem al-Quds has exposed that the Tel Aviv regime is using archaeological and tourism sites in order to justify the presence and expansion of settlements in the Palestinian neighborhoods of the holy city.
Nissan Motor Co (7201.T) said on Thursday it was recalling nearly 320,000 vehicles in Japan to fix defective coating in an electronic power unit that could cause a short circuit and fire in the worst-case scenario.
The number of homeless people in the United States has increased for the first time since 2010, driven by a surge in the number of people living on the streets in Los Angeles, California, and other West Coast cities, according to a new government study.
Factories across the eurozone are having their best year since the start of the century, according to a closely-watched series of surveys, with Italy a particular highlight as businesses reported much better than expected conditions in October.
Newly released US government data shows suicide rate among military veterans as considerably higher in western and rural parts of the country, further indicating that female and older veterans are at higher risk and that social isolation, gun ownership and limited access to health care are likely factors.
The world’s nuclear inspectors complicated President Donald Trump’s effort to find Iran in violation of the two-year-old nuclear accord with the United States and five other world powers, declaring on Thursday that the latest inspections found no evidence that the country is breaching the agreement.