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Crude oil prices searching for OPEC direction

Crude oil prices staged an abrupt retreat in early trading Tuesday as doubts lingered over OPEC coordination.

U.S. commission expects increased economic ties between China, North Korea

The U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission says it is unlikely close economic ties between China and North Korea will diminish in the near future.

Trump announces plans to ditch TPP, dump energy restrictions in first 100 days

President-elect Donald Trump on Monday posted a video message that explained some of the things he plans to do in his first 100 days in the White House.

500 Chicago O’Hare airport workers to strike for union rights, $15 an hour

About 500 employees of the Chicago O'Hare International Airport said they plan to strike on Nov. 29 after the Thanksgiving travel rush in hopes of acquiring union rights and a $15 hourly wage.

North Korea regime legitimizing country’s expanding markets, study says

North Korea's unofficial markets now number in the hundreds, and the Kim Jong Un regime is licensing their operations.