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China denies US claims of sabotaging North Korea nuclear talks

China denies US claims of sabotaging North Korea nuclear talks

Trade war with Washington is a separate issue, says Beijing

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US appeals decision approving AT&T-Time Warner deal

US appeals decision approving AT&T-Time Warner deal

Landmark media sector transaction faces new round of litigation

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MasterCard customers suffer outages around the world

MasterCard customers suffer outages around the world

Problems arise just weeks after rival Visa hit technical problems

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White House Lawyer Reshapes U.S. Courts

White House Lawyer Reshapes U.S. Courts

As Brett Kavanaugh makes the rounds on Capitol Hill, he is being shadowed by Donald McGahn, the White House lawyer who is reshaping some of the most influential courts across the country.

Published 3 months ago

Justice Department Appeals Court Ruling Allowing AT&T-Time Warner Merger

Justice Department Appeals Court Ruling Allowing AT&T-Time Warner Merger

The Justice Department appealed a trial judge’s ruling last month that allowed AT&T to acquire Time Warner, setting the stage for a second round of legal proceedings in a blockbuster antitrust case.

Published 3 months ago

Trump Reaffirms Commitment to NATO After Strained Emergency Meeting

Trump Reaffirms Commitment to NATO After Strained Emergency Meeting

President Trump affirmed the U.S.’s “very strong” commitment to NATO amid tumult at the summit after the secretary-general called an emergency session to address the president’s spending demands.

Published 3 months ago

SEC Probes Why Facebook Didn’t Warn Sooner on Privacy Lapse

SEC Probes Why Facebook Didn’t Warn Sooner on Privacy Lapse

Securities regulators are investigating whether Facebook Inc. adequately warned investors that third parties may have obtained users’ data in violation of Facebook’s policies, people familiar with the matter said.

Published 3 months ago

From Seafood to Mattresses: How the Latest Tariffs Would Affect U.S. Businesses

From Seafood to Mattresses: How the Latest Tariffs Would Affect U.S. Businesses

The White House on Tuesday said it was weighing imposing tariffs on a further $200 billion in Chinese goods. An industry-by-industry look at how U.S. businesses might be affected by the proposed levies.

Published 3 months ago

FBI’s Peter Strzok Breaks Silence on Texts

FBI’s Peter Strzok Breaks Silence on Texts

FBI agent Peter Strzok, whose anti-Trump text messages have made him a lightning rod for Republican criticism of federal investigators as purportedly biased, said in his first public remarks on the subject that he never took any politically motivated actions at the bureau.

Published 3 months ago

Scientists Track Neutrinos Through Ice to Their Source in the Cosmos

Scientists Track Neutrinos Through Ice to Their Source in the Cosmos

Astronomers for the first time traced a burst of powerful cosmic particles called neutrinos to a black hole firing like a ray gun aimed at Earth, by using an unusual observatory buried in a billion tons of ice under the South Pole.

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Novak’s Back—and Here Comes Tall John Isner

Novak’s Back—and Here Comes Tall John Isner

A pair of surprises in the Wimbledon men’s semis— one player has won it three times, and the other has never been here before.

Published 3 months ago

SEC Probes Why Facebook Didn’t Warn Sooner on Privacy Lapse

SEC Probes Why Facebook Didn’t Warn Sooner on Privacy Lapse

Securities regulators are investigating whether Facebook Inc. adequately warned investors that third parties may have obtained users’ data in violation of Facebook’s policies, people familiar with the matter said.

Published 3 months ago

U.S. Calls Out China, Russia on North Korea Energy Caps, Urges U.N. Action

U.S. Calls Out China, Russia on North Korea Energy Caps, Urges U.N. Action

The Trump administration asked a U.N. panel to ban oil-product sales to North Korea this year, calling out China and Russia for exports Washington alleges have often been in violation of sanctions.

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FBI’s Peter Strzok Breaks Silence on Texts

FBI’s Peter Strzok Breaks Silence on Texts

FBI agent Peter Strzok, whose anti-Trump text messages have made him a lightning rod for Republican criticism of federal investigators as purportedly biased, said in his first public remarks on the subject that he never took any politically motivated actions at the bureau.

Published 3 months ago

Big Advertisers Embrace Blockchain to Root Out Digital Spending Waste

Big Advertisers Embrace Blockchain to Root Out Digital Spending Waste

Nestle, Anheuser-Busch and Bayer are among the big consumer marketers using blockchain to avoid the so-called advertising tech tax, or wasted spending on digital ads.

Published 3 months ago