May's office plays down pre-referendum remarks to Goldman Sachs
Prime Minister Theresa May's office played down the significance of comments she made before the referendum warning that companies would leave Britain if the country backed Brexit, after the Guardian newspaper published a recording of a private meeting she held with Goldman Sachs. At the time, she was interior minister and campaigning, albeit quietly, for Britain to remain in the EU. "I think if we were not in Europe, there would be firms and companies who would be looking to say, do they need to develop a mainland presence in Europe rather than the UK," May said in the recording obtained by the Guardian.
ACC looks to keep strong 2-year NCAA run going in 2017
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) ? The Atlantic Coast Conference has shaken off a four-year Final Four drought with strong back-to-back postseason runs that have included winning one national title, playing for another and putting three teams in the national semifinals.
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Tense standoff at Dakota Access protest encampment
CANNON BALL, N.D. (AP) ? The prospect of a police raid on an encampment protesting the Dakota Access pipeline faded as night fell Wednesday, with law enforcement making no immediate move after protesters rejected their request to withdraw from private land.
Tesla Motors surprises with 3rd-quarter profit
Electric car maker Tesla Motors posted its first quarterly profit in three years on Wednesday, giving investors reason to cheer after months of doubt. Tesla's shares have fallen since the summer as some ...
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AP News Guide: New phase for Dakota Access Pipeline protests
Police and activists protesting the Dakota Access oil pipeline are in a tense standoff over the activists' occupation of private land owned by the pipeline developer. Here's a guide to the latest developments ...
Adopted and brought to US, South Korean man to be deported
Pentagon says US airstrikes target al-Qaida in AfghanistanWASHINGTON (AP) ? The Defense Department says airstrikes in Afghanistan targeted two al-Qaida leaders, including one described by a Pentagon official as the group's top leader in the northeastern part of the country.