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Planned Back-Channel Talks Between U.S., North Korea Scuttled

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 10:12:45 EST

Plans for talks in New York between representatives from North Korea and former U.S. officials were scuttled after the State Department withdrew visa approvals for Pyongyang’s top envoy on U.S. relations. image

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Suspect in Kim Jong Nam Killing Says Oil 'Prank' Earned Her $90

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 21:39:26 EST

An Indonesian suspect in the attack on Kim Jong Nam said she was paid $90 to help apply a baby oil-like liquid to his face, which police say contained a nerve agent that killed the half brother of North Korea’s dictator.image

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Hollywood Is Left Hanging as China Reins In Investments

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 15:44:44 EST

China has been snapping up Hollywood companies in recent years, but as the government increases scrutiny of overseas investment, some pending deals face the threat of an unwelcome twist ending.

Demand Lags at China's Remote Airports

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 09:00:43 EST

China is plowing billions into building provincial airports, many of which lose money—investments some economists say the country can ill afford as it faces rising debt and industrial overcapacity.image

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Buffett Assails Money-Manager Fees as Berkshire Reports Profit Rise

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 23:04:04 EST

Berkshire Hathaway reported steady earnings, and CEO Warren Buffett intensified his attacks on Wall Street money managers, saying that investors wasted more than $100 billion over the last decade on expensive advice.image

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