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The Dodgers and San Diego Padres could play a series in Monterrey, Mexico, in May.
As part of a dramatic expansion in international play, Major League Baseball tentatively had scheduled
A person with knowledge of the deal says the New York Knicks have agreed to trade Carmelo Anthony to the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Knicks will get Enes Kanter, Doug McDermott and a draft pick.
Organizers of a far-right festival planned for the UC Berkeley campus have informed school officials that all of the events scheduled for the coming week have been canceled, officials said Satu
The decision seemed fairly obvious in Stephen Curry’s mind, as the Warriors’ star player has remained vocally critical over President Trump regarding his policies and his rhetoric.
The commissioner of the National Football League says President Trump's comments about players who kneel during the national anthem are "divisive" and show an "unfortunate lack of respect."
Brazil’s central bank trimmed its inflation forecast on Thursday and said it expected economic growth to pick up into next year, painting a rosier picture for Latin America’
Brazilian officials plan to visit Venezuela next week to prevent Caracas from defaulting on contracts worth as much as US$5 billion after falling in arrears on a payment due
Chile’s central bank said it had revoked a reciprocal credit line with its Venezuelan counterpart, citing what it called Venezuela’s failure to pay back its debts. In a stat
The sale of tickets for the scheduled air service to the British Overseas Territory of St Helena went live on Friday. Airlink will operate a weekly service between St Helena
The Secretary of State for Scotland, David Mundell, will start an official visit to Argentina during which he will hold meetings with national authorities, private sector re
US current account deficit, which is the broadest measure of US trade, rose to US$123.1bn in the second quarter - its highest level since 2008. The rising gap was driven by