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NEW YORK The U.S. government took the legal

battle over President Donald Trump's travel click this ban to a higher

court on Friday, saying it would appeal a federal judge's

decision that struck down parts of the ban on the day it was set

to go into effect.

The U.S. Federal Reserve on Thursday made it

easier for bigger lenders to merge, by quadrupling its threshold

of combined size that would require an extensive regulatory

review of a proposed deal.

CHICAGO Burried in the cuts to science and

public health in President Trump's next newly released budget

blueprint is a longtime conservative proposal to award lump sums

of money to states - block grants - to let them decide how to

respond to public health issues such as the Zika virus.

SAN FRANCISCO The Republican-proposed bill to

replace Obamacare would be a why not check here credit negative for U.S. states,

according to Moody's Investors Service, because it would shift a

greater share of the cost of Medicaid to the states.

WASHINGTON U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday

agreed my latest blog post to changes in the Republican plan for Obamacare,

conservative lawmakers said, as he stepped up his fight to win

support for the bill ahead of a vote in the House of

Representatives next week.

WASHINGTON The U.S. Environmental Protection

Agency said on Friday it had awarded $100 million to upgrade

Flint, Michigan's drinking water infrastructure to address a

crisis that exposed thousands of children to lead poisoning.

LOS ANGELES, March 17 Fugitive director Roman

Polanski could face a tough U.S court battle next week as he

seeks to resolve his four-decade rape case without spending more

time in jail.

Software firm MuleSoft Inc kicked off

what is expected to be a string of technology offerings from

relatively obscure companies that sell business software and

promise to satisfy the appetite of public investors after a

protracted IPO drought.

BADEN-BADEN, Germany Opposition from the United

States, Saudi Arabia and others has forced Germany to drop a

reference to financing programmes to combat climate change from

the draft communique at a G20 finance and central bankers

meeting.

MONTREAL Bombardier Inc would suffer

"irreparable harm" to its global reputation if it loses a light

train contract from a Toronto transportation agency, a senior

company official said in recent court filings.

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