Canada’s economy shrinks but avoids recession

Bank of Canada is expected to hold rates at 22-year high next week

Mexico awash with spending it has mislabelled as green

‘Climate funds’ allocated to fortified milk, the navy and fossil fuel infrastructure

Henry Kissinger has died aged 100

The US diplomat was hailed for his brilliance and broad experience by some, while others branded him a war criminal for his support for anti-communist ...

US third-quarter GDP growth revised up but momentum may be waning

There’s not as much wind in the economy’s sails in the final quarter, warns economist

Top Senate Democrat warns against rise of anti-Semitism in US

Chuck Schumer cites threats of violence, and boycotts and vandalism against Jewish-owned businesses

US FAA tightens aircraft certification oversight after Boeing MAX crashes

Aviation body issuing extra guidance to plane makers on how to identify safety-critical information

Koch-backed group endorses Nikki Haley’s 2024 presidential bid

Influential network of billionaire Charles Koch could help GOP candidate to No 2 slot behind frontrunner Donald Trump

Communities get a strong voice in US shift to renewable energy

Stakeholders now care much more about local opposition to thousands of miles of transmission lines being built

Republicans say EVs don’t work and boost China at the expense of US jobs

EVs are a source of employment in states that will determine who the next US president will be

Suspect held in shooting of three Palestinian students in Vermont

Police are investigating the attack as a suspected hate-motivated crime

Joe Biden’s plan for clean energy in the US faces multiple setbacks

Biden is expected to skip COP28 in Dubai amid dire warnings that the world is moving too slowly to avert the worst of global warming

Trump tells Argentina’s Milei he plans to visit Buenos Aires

Former US president and Republican presidential front-runner says Milei's election victory ‘had a great impact on a global scale’

US worried about terror attacks ahead of Thanksgiving

The holiday shopping season is about to start, but spending could prove lacklustre, say retailers

Cuban ministers shed light on economic crisis

Food production, supply of phamaceuticals and transportation plummet amid lack of funds

Fed minutes show officials are in no hurry to raise rates again

The minutes also show policymakers wrestling with conflicting economic signals

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