International Business Times

  1. Secret Service Report Reveals Deep Flaws In An Agency 'Stretched Beyond Its Limits'

    An independent review panel released a report Thursday citing serious flaws in the Secret Service, including a lack of leadership, training, staff and resources. U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson appointed the four-member panel in October to address a series of slip-ups by the elite agency, which is tasked with protecting the president and other high-ranking officials.

  2. Dow Jones Industrial Average Surges 400 Points, S&P 500 Index Rallies Over 2% In Best Day Of 2014

    U.S. stocks skyrocketed Thursday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average climbing more than 400 points, in what was the Dow's best one-day point gain since Nov. 30, 2011, and the best one-day gain for the S&P 500 of 2014. The Dow came within a mere 10 points of 18,000 on Dec. 5, a psychologically important milestone, and if the rally continues, is on track to break that level, possibly by the end of the year.

  3. Dodgers Trade Rumors: Is Matt Kemp Deal To Padres On Hold?

    The Los Angeles Dodgers are in the midst of a major overhaul, one that included a trade that shipped centerfielder Matt Kemp and most of the $107.5 million left on his contract to the San Diego Padres. The deal was one of four the Dodgers made with six different teams during the annual Winter Meetings, but now the deal is in serious limbo. 

  4. Baseball Rumors: Yankees, Dodgers Out Of Max Scherzer Sweepstakes? Who Might Sign The Free Agent?

    Max Scherzer began the offseason as perhaps the best free agent in this year’s class, but his contract demands could keep him unsigned until 2015. The reigning American League Cy Young winner turned down a six-year deal worth $144 million from the Detroit Tigers last offseason, and teams don’t appear to be lining up to acquire him.

  5. US Airstrikes In Iraq Killed 'Several' ISIS Leaders Since November: Pentagon

    U.S.-led coalition airstrikes have killed “multiple” prominent Islamic State group leaders in Iraq, the Department of Defense said Thursday. The leaders were killed in the last month.

    “We believe that the loss of these key leaders degrades ISIL's ability to command and control current operations against Iraqi Security Forces (ISF), including Kurdish and other local forces in Iraq,” a Pentagon spokesman, Rear Adm. John Kirby, said in a statement.  “Leadership, command and control nodes, facilities, and equipment are always part of our targeting calculus.”

  6. 'White Collar' Season 6 Spoilers: Watch Neal And Peter Gear Up For Final Mission In Two Sneak Peek Videos From Series Finale

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  7. Sony Hack: North Korea Among Top 5 Most Dangerous Cyberwarfare States, Claims Former CIA Chief

    In the wake of the allegations that North Korea hacked into Sony Pictures, a former top CIA officer dealing with the reclusive country said that North Korea should not be mistaken for a technologically backward country, and is in fact one of the most dangerous cyberwarfare countries in the world.

  8. Kim Kardashian, Kanye West Divorce Rumors: Is Rapper Refusing To Spend Christmas In LA With North West?

    Rumors surrounding Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s relationship are seemingly endless, and the latest claim is that the rapper doesn’t want to spend Christmas with his daughter North West and wife’s family in Los Angeles, Radar Online said in an exclusive story Thursday. It’s no secret that West likes to spend time in Paris, but sources allege it could be one of the last holidays the couple spend together if they can't compromise.

  9. How The Three Biggest Frequent Flyer Programs Are Changing In 2015

    Planning to fly one of the three “legacy” airlines left standing in the United States next year? Be prepared for some big changes to the way you earn frequent flyer miles on Delta and United come 2015. American Airlines also introduces changes, although so far it has stepped short of the kind of sweeping overhaul its rivals are rolling out.

  10. Fung Wah's Chinatown Buses To Return To Road In 2015

    Fung Wah buses are making a comeback, and that could mean a few more greenbacks in the wallets of people traveling between New York City and Boston. Fung Wah Bus Transportation, Inc., best known for its $15 bus fares between the two cities, has been granted permission to reopen after being shut down by the federal government in February 2013.

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