• Reuters

    U.S. lawmakers want closer link between foreign weapons sales, human rights

    A group of senior Democratic lawmakers will introduce legislation on Wednesday to more closely ensure that U.S. weapons sales to foreign customers do not end up contributing to or facilitating human rights abuses. The Safeguard Act seeks to codify into law a new Conventional Arms Transfer (CAT) policy introduced last month by Democratic President Joe Biden's administration to increase the emphasis on human rights concerns, according to information about the legislation seen by Reuters. The bill is led by Senator Bob Menendez, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and Representative Gregory Meeks, the ranking Democrat on the House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee.

  • Benzinga

    Apple Goes Offensive In Samsung's Turf, Taps NewJeans K-Pop For Latest Store In Korea's Popular Gangnam District

    Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL) celebrates the dynamic Gangnam District with a special Today at Apple session featuring K-pop group NewJeans on March 28. Apple previewed Apple Gangnam in Seoul's famous Gangnam District. Apple Gangnam will offer an exciting space for customers to discover Apple's incredible lineup of products and services. Apple Gangnam has nearly 150 highly skilled retail team members who speak over a dozen languages, helping customers explore the latest Apple products, including the n

  • Miami Herald

    Even as Heat fights to avoid play-in, Erik Spoelstra remains supporter of the tournament

    Even though the Miami Heat faces the very real possibility of having to qualify for the playoffs through the play-in tournament, Heat coach Erik Spoelstra remains a supporter of the play-in concept.