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JACKSON HOLE, Wyo: Underscoring divisions within the Federal Reserve over how to respond to signs of a global economic slowdown, two officials on Thursday said they see no need to lower borrowing costs next month, while another said he was "open-minded."
PETALING JAYA: Despite seeing his super powers wane further, Lin Dan (pic) has vowed not to give up on his fading dream of competing at a fifth Olympics in Tokyo.
GEORGE TOWN: The last Penang Hill funicular railway conductor who can trace his lineage back to the Great Depression has called it a day. He retired yesterday.
WASHINGTON: Federal Reserve officials viewed their interest-rate cut last month as insurance against headwinds from the trade war and low inflation – reasons that look even sharper as they move toward their meeting in September.
Central i-City gears up for a “Sparktacular” National Day month with an array of activities that are perfect in bringing together the young and old from all walks of life to celebrate diversity.
TAIWAN is returning as Asia’s Favourite Destination for the fifth time at the upcoming Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) Fair in September.
This week's new game picks: Remnant: From The Ashes, Rad, Oninaki, Yakuza 3, Telling Lies, Stones Of Solace
Two action games with a heavy emphasis on randomly generated levels: the playful single-player Rad and harsh multiplayer Remnant: From The Ashes.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican pressure on Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to run for the U.S. Senate next year to help keep the party's majority intact is coming up against President Donald Trump's hope of keeping one of his most trusted aides in his administration.
BRASILIA/SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Amid growing international criticism over the wildfires raging through the Amazon, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on Thursday admitted farmers could be illegally setting the rainforest ablaze but told foreign powers not to interfere.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wimbledon finalists Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer are on a semi-final collision course at the U.S. Open after they were placed in the same half of the draw on Thursday.