Venezuelans ‘Loot to Eat’ Amid Economic Tailspin

Sporadic looting, food riots and protests driven by the hungry poor have surged in Venezuela, a country that’s no stranger to unrest. But the uprisings playing out recently have a different face than the mostly middle-class protesters who took to the streets for months last year in political demonstrations trying to oust President Nicolas Maduro.

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Trump in Switzerland to Play Salesman at Economic Summit

Armed with his “America First” philosophy, President Donald Trump arrived in Switzerland on Thursday to tout his economic agenda at a global summit that stresses free trade and international cooperation.

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Second Circuit Sends Goldman Sachs Investors Back to the Drawing Board

Investors must refile for class certification in a suit accusing Goldman Sachs of putting favored clients’ interests ahead of others’, because the lower court may have imposed the wrong burden of proof on the bank, the Second Circuit ruled.

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