Marches kick off across world ahead of International Women’s Day

Women have started marking International Women’s Day with marches in cities across the world, to highlight issues from equal pay to access to abortion. Nathan Frandino reports.

The Most Powerful Leadership Tool You Have: Your Own Example

If you’re careless in your relationships and interactions with people, your example isn’t going to be one that anyone wants to imitate. Leading by example requires you to be self-aware.

Rift Widens Among Republicans On Obamacare

A rift is widening among Republicans over how to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act following a week of criticism from conservatives about secrecy, backroom deals and legislation that could cost more than Obamacare.

Brazil mining reform bills may go to Congress in weeks: minister

TORONTO (Reuters) – Bills to reform Brazil’s mining industry are expected to go before Congress in late March or early April and could be enacted by 110 days after that, the country’s mines and energy minister said in an interview on Sunday.