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America's House of Representatives has authorised its speaker to sue Barack Obama econ.st/UOJX9h pic.twitter.com/UxqExoUkNt
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Half of the 8 hours per week saved on household chores since 1965 in America go into parenting econ.st/1nQYluF pic.twitter.com/TsFwFwydDX
The new weekly issue of The Economist is now available to view via our website and apps: econ.st/1m21eDl
Today's #Dailychart shows that Latin American countries are the most likely to default econ.st/1qNPfAY pic.twitter.com/OjgeKPJUss
A "death tax" can be both efficient and fair if it is implemented correctly. econ.st/1oQ9X0i pic.twitter.com/IJ4R57I4d1
This week's cover previews. Read our article on #Gaza and the future of Israel via: econ.st/1oPUwFg pic.twitter.com/TmyAbMgzak
Argentina's president must act fast or face perceptions that she runs a financial rogue state econ.st/UCW21F pic.twitter.com/KEOyAQlFQm
Business confidence in Brazil has sunk to levels not seen since the depths of the global recession in 2009 econ.st/1jZs7fT
The number of clinical trials approved in Britain dropped by 14% between 2005 and 2013. This is a big problem econ.st/1zjh70y
Doctors, hospitals and health systems are seeking to turn the trend of using review sites to their advantage econ.st/1pg5dgA
Restricting companies from moving abroad is no substitute for corporate-tax reform in America econ.st/1sZF7F4 pic.twitter.com/qfKYbNBEop
How a countrywide scheme in Colombia fought the pernicious effects of the "coffee rust" fungus econ.st/WGmeKy pic.twitter.com/YHBZdsc5KS
A court in Australia has challenged the country's hardline policy against asylum-seekers econ.st/1lEeX39 pic.twitter.com/3tB9URMe2A
Bores, chores and bedtime stories: today's live #Dailychart looks at how parenting has changed in half a century econ.st/1u1jz8R
The Economist explains why Argentina may default on its debts econ.st/1zvGr3t pic.twitter.com/9hUPDA5c3n
Of the more than 900 people California has sentenced to death since 1978, only 13 have been executed econ.st/1rQTJns
Investors regard Russian assets with suspicion. As a result, Russian stocks trade on a huge discount econ.st/WGdm7t
One trillion dollars. That may be the cost to Russian investors of Vladimir Putin's rule econ.st/1tZmYoP pic.twitter.com/xi4W2PKiVu
Money-market funds: America has set new rules for a common short-term investment econ.st/1rJrsSi pic.twitter.com/JJuQJx9PGI
"GM babies"? We explain how mitochondrial transfer works and how a baby can have three parents econ.st/1nQO6Xq pic.twitter.com/0keRzdfucM
If Tesla is hoping for mass appeal, the real breakthrough will be its third product line, the "Model 3" econ.st/UvzPT1
The wartime diaries of Margot Asquith reveal an astute woman who relishes political argument econ.st/1jZEvfT pic.twitter.com/R3F5I2VPqK
International creditors remain sceptical about Greece's ability to reform without close supervision econ.st/1mNuP2O
The conquering jihadists of ISIS are evicting or killing Mosul's last Christians econ.st/1qDGidp pic.twitter.com/ouhqZbPDcY