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If the Senate approves, it could change how multinationals deal with foreign governments.
What Rex Tillerson’s confirmation hearings revealed
As the Senate holds confirmation hearings on the president-elect’s secretary of state pick, a few concerns are likely to surface.
How one deal in Iraq from Tillerson's past could complicate his future
Can the Fox News fixture adapt to the demands of the National Security Council?
Senator Robert Menendez explains why he thinks Obama opened to the island too soon.
The president-elect has vowed to kill the families of ISIS members and bring back Bush-era torture tactics.
Large numbers of citizens want to oust President Nicolas Maduro. But he commands the loyalty of many men with guns.
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