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SEC Has Made Inquiries to Tesla Over Elon Musk’s ‘Taking Private’ Tweet

SEC Has Made Inquiries to Tesla Over Elon Musk’s ‘Taking Private’ Tweet

The regulator is examining whether Mr. Musk’s statement was truthful and inquired why the disclosure was made on Twitter.

Published 5 days ago

New York City Council Votes to Cap Uber and Lyft

New York City Council Votes to Cap Uber and Lyft

New York plans to cap ride-hailing services including Uber and Lyft, becoming the first U.S. city to take such a step.

Published 5 days ago

U.S. to Impose New Sanctions on Russia Over Nerve Agent Attack in U.K.

U.S. to Impose New Sanctions on Russia Over Nerve Agent Attack in U.K.

The U.S. announced new sanctions against Russia over a nerve agent attack against a former Russian spy and his daughter in the U.K.

Published 5 days ago

New York Congressman Chris Collins Arrested on Insider-Trading Charges

New York Congressman Chris Collins Arrested on Insider-Trading Charges

The New York Republican and early supporter of the Trump campaign was arrested and charged by federal prosecutors with securities fraud and wire fraud.

Published 6 days ago

Uncounted Ballots to Decide Critical Ohio, Kansas Races

Uncounted Ballots to Decide Critical Ohio, Kansas Races

Two high-stakes elections during the homestretch of primary season remained too close to call early Wednesday, foreshadowing the fierce battle to come around the nation in November’s midterms.

Published 6 days ago

China Retaliates With New Tariffs, Hunkering Down for a Long Trade Fight

China Retaliates With New Tariffs, Hunkering Down for a Long Trade Fight

Beijing warned it would match the Trump administration step for step should it move ahead with new tariffs on Chinese imports, as trade data showed the country is shoring up its economy for a long trade conflict with the U.S.

Published 6 days ago

Saudi Arabia Orders Its Fund Managers to Dump Canadian Assets in Diplomatic Feud

Saudi Arabia Orders Its Fund Managers to Dump Canadian Assets in Diplomatic Feud

Saudi Arabia’s central bank has instructed its fund managers to sell off their Canadian holdings, the latest move in a widening diplomatic row.

Published 5 days ago

A Year After Charlottesville, the Alt-Right Movement Frays

A Year After Charlottesville, the Alt-Right Movement Frays

The violent Charlottesville, Va., rally last August energized the alt-right, and many in its ranks predicted their momentum would continue. But a year later, a “white civil rights rally” planned for Sunday in Washington is expected to draw a smaller crowd.

Published 6 days ago

Months of U.S. Strikes Have Failed to Curtail Taliban Opium Trade

Months of U.S. Strikes Have Failed to Curtail Taliban Opium Trade

American efforts to cripple the Taliban drug trade in Afghanistan have fallen short of expectations, U.S. officials say, creating new challenges for the Trump administration’s efforts to weaken the insurgency as the warring parties try to jump start peace talks.

Published 6 days ago

SEC Has Made Inquiries to Tesla Over Elon Musk’s ‘Taking Private’ Tweet

SEC Has Made Inquiries to Tesla Over Elon Musk’s ‘Taking Private’ Tweet

The regulator is examining whether Mr. Musk’s statement was truthful and inquired why the disclosure was made on Twitter.

Published 5 days ago

US to sanction Russia over Skripal poisoning

US to sanction Russia over Skripal poisoning

The US is imposing new sanctions on Russia over allegations that Moscow tried to assassinate former Russian spy Sergei Skripal in the UK using the nerve agent novichok.

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Saudi Arabia Orders Its Fund Managers to Dump Canadian Assets in Diplomatic Feud

Saudi Arabia Orders Its Fund Managers to Dump Canadian Assets in Diplomatic Feud

Saudi Arabia’s central bank has instructed its fund managers to sell off their Canadian holdings, the latest move in a widening diplomatic row.

Published 5 days ago

Tesla’s Big Question: Better or Worse Off as Private Company

Tesla’s Big Question: Better or Worse Off as Private Company

Elon Musk is betting that taking Tesla private would free his company of scrutiny. But it could complicate efforts to build a mainstream electric car by removing the easy access to capital the Wall Street darling has enjoyed.

Published 5 days ago

Trump Lawyers Respond to Robert Mueller’s Terms for Interview With the President

Trump Lawyers Respond to Robert Mueller’s Terms for Interview With the President

President Trump’s lawyers submitted a counteroffer to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s proposal for the terms of a possible interview with the president, but would not comment on the counteroffer’s contents.

Published 5 days ago

A Year After Charlottesville, the Alt-Right Movement Frays

A Year After Charlottesville, the Alt-Right Movement Frays

The violent Charlottesville, Va., rally last August energized the alt-right, and many in its ranks predicted their momentum would continue. But a year later, a “white civil rights rally” planned for Sunday in Washington is expected to draw a smaller crowd.

Published 6 days ago