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Theresa May’s defeat points to a Brexit delay

Theresa May’s defeat points to a Brexit delay

A soft exit from the EU now looks more likely

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William Barr Defends Mueller Probe, Critical Memo

William Barr Defends Mueller Probe, Critical Memo

President Trump’s nominee for attorney general, William Barr, issued a forceful defense of the special counsel’s Russia investigation as well as a memo he wrote criticizing a key aspect of it.

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White House Looks to Chip Away at Democrats’ Resolve as Record Shutdown Rolls On

White House Looks to Chip Away at Democrats’ Resolve as Record Shutdown Rolls On

Officials are looking to peel off rank-and-file Democrats from the leadership in a bid to strike a deal giving President Trump the border-wall funding he demands, as options for reopening the government narrow.

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Big Banks Find Sweet Spot in Higher Rates

Big Banks Find Sweet Spot in Higher Rates

Higher interest rates helped results for big banks in the fourth quarter, as earnings improved at JPMorgan and Wells Fargo profit-per-share rose more than analysts expected.

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Overseas Traders Face Charges for Hacking SEC’s Public Filings Site

Overseas Traders Face Charges for Hacking SEC’s Public Filings Site

U.S. authorities charged overseas traders with hacking the SEC’s system that stores market-moving data and accused them of profiting off of 157 earnings announcements.

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House Lawmakers Formally Admonish Rep. Steve King for Racist Comments

House Lawmakers Formally Admonish Rep. Steve King for Racist Comments

House lawmakers formally admonished Rep. Steve King for making racist comments. The resolution passed 424-1. The Iowa Republican, who said his words were taken out of context, supported the motion.

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May’s defeat spells trouble for the EU’s Brexit approach

May’s defeat spells trouble for the EU’s Brexit approach

Brussels sees outcome as a reality check on timing, renegotiation and Irish backstop

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Big Banks Find Sweet Spot in Higher Rates

Big Banks Find Sweet Spot in Higher Rates

Higher interest rates helped results for big banks in the fourth quarter, as earnings improved at JPMorgan and Wells Fargo profit-per-share rose more than analysts expected.

Published 1 week ago

House Lawmakers Formally Admonish Rep. Steve King for Racist Comments

House Lawmakers Formally Admonish Rep. Steve King for Racist Comments

House lawmakers formally admonished Rep. Steve King for making racist comments. The resolution of disapproval passed the House in a 424-1 vote. The Iowa Republican, who said his words were taken out of context, supported the motion.

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May’s Brexit plan defeated by 230 votes

May’s Brexit plan defeated by 230 votes

Corbyn calls vote of no confidence after prime minister loses historic vote

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U.K. Parliament Roundly Rejects May’s Brexit Plan

U.K. Parliament Roundly Rejects May’s Brexit Plan

The British Parliament overwhelmingly rejected a proposed Brexit deal, delivering a setback for U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May and further stoking uncertainty around the U.K.’s exit from the EU in just over two months.

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Detroit Auto Show Highlights Big SUVs, High-Performance Vehicles

Detroit Auto Show Highlights Big SUVs, High-Performance Vehicles

The Detroit auto show aims to bring a fresh start to the industry after a bumpy 2018. Among the new vehicles in the spotlight are a Toyota Supra sports car and a large Cadillac crossover, called the XT6. Still, this year’s auto show is a little quieter than in previous years.

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Brexit countdown: the big vote on May's deal and beyond

Brexit countdown: the big vote on May's deal and beyond

As MPs vote on Theresa May’s deal, the FT provides answers to the big questions about Brexit - including timing, the impact on economic indicators such as house prices and sterling and the main issues at stake.

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Brexit Deal Hangs in Balance as May Braces for Defeat in Crucial Vote

Brexit Deal Hangs in Balance as May Braces for Defeat in Crucial Vote

The British Parliament looks set to reject a proposed Brexit deal by a huge margin, a defeat that will likely trigger a no-confidence vote in British Prime Minister Theresa May’s government and force yet another round of frenetic negotiations with her European counterparts.

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White House Looks to Chip Away at Democrats’ Resolve as Record Shutdown Rolls On

White House Looks to Chip Away at Democrats’ Resolve as Record Shutdown Rolls On

Officials are looking to peel off rank-and-file Democrats from the leadership in a bid to strike a deal giving President Trump the border-wall funding he demands, as options for reopening the government narrow.

Published 1 week ago