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December 14th, 22:29h
Trump’s Pick Brett Kavanaugh to Keep Republican-Appointed Majority on Supreme Court, 48 Years Running
Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination, if confirmed, will preserve the court's gender, racial and religious majorities
September 2nd, 05:30h
Author: WSJ Graphics
Trump’s Pick Brett Kavanaugh to Keep Republican-Appointed Majority on Supreme Court, 48 Years Running
Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination, if confirmed, will preserve the court's gender, racial and religious majorities
September 2nd, 05:30h
Author: WSJ Graphics
Trump’s Pick Brett Kavanaugh to Keep Republican-Appointed Majority on Supreme Court, 48 Years Running
Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination, if confirmed, will preserve the court's gender, racial and religious majorities
September 2nd, 05:30h
Author: WSJ Graphics
Trump’s Pick Brett Kavanaugh to Keep Republican-Appointed Majority on Supreme Court, 48 Years Running
Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination, if confirmed, will preserve the court's gender, racial and religious majorities
September 2nd, 05:30h
Author: WSJ Graphics
Korean families separated by war to reunite briefly after 65 years
The reunions will take place in the North's tourist resort on Mount Kumgang, as agreed by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in during their first summit in April.
August 20th, 01:49h
Author: Reuters
Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen reportedly investigated for bank fraud exceeding $20 million
Investigators are looking at more than $20 million in loans to a taxi company Michael Cohen owns with his family, The New York Times said. The value of the scrutinized loans to President Donald Trump's former lawyer had not been previously reported.
August 20th, 00:27h
Author: Everett Rosenfeld
Venezuelan Crisis Escalates as President’s Economic Plans Fuel Tensions
The exodus of Venezuelans gained pace as the government’s plans to address the collapsing economy fueled anxiety, while tensions grew in neighboring countries that have strained to absorb refugees.
August 20th, 00:01h
Author: Kejal Vyas
Asia markets poised for higher open on Monday following positive news on US-China trade
Asia markets are poised for a moderately positive open on the first trading day of the week following the Dow's rise last week amid news that leaders of the U.S. and China are planning to meet for trade talks.
August 19th, 23:52h
Author: Eustance Huang
U.S. Rebuffs Effort to Tether Bank Fine to Pastor’s Release
The Trump administration rejected an effort by Turkey to tie the release of a U.S. pastor to relief for a Turkish bank facing billions of dollars in U.S. fines, telling Ankara other issues are off the table until the minister is freed.
August 19th, 23:34h
Author: Michael C. Bender
Twitter CEO Dorsey admits not being clear on company's goals amid right-wing ban controversies
The leader of the San Francisco-based social media giant said in an interview that aired Sunday that the company is "ready to question everything" in its efforts to create a healthier platform.
August 19th, 21:32h
Author: Thomas Franck
David Stockman: ‘Unhinged White House’ to cause stock market crash
Former OMB director David Stockman, who served in the Reagan administration, sees a jolt for the ages approaching Wall Street.
August 19th, 21:01h
Author: Stephanie Landsman
This start-up aims to do genomic tests on memory champs, newborns and 110-year olds
Veritas Genetics is interested in the extreme ends of the human experience
August 19th, 20:20h
Author: Christina Farr
Saudi PIF in talks to invest in aspiring Tesla rival Lucid -sources
PIF, the Saudi Arabian sovereign wealth fund that Tesla Inc CEO Elon Musk has said could help him fund an offer to take his electric car maker private, is in talks to invest in aspiring Tesla rival Lucid Motors Inc, people familiar with the matter said on Sunday.
August 19th, 19:39h
Author: Reuters
Trump Rejects Shades of Watergate, Alleges McCarthyism in Mueller Probe
President Trump lashed out again at special counsel Robert Mueller on Sunday, comparing his investigation of Russian interference in U.S. elections to McCarthyism of the 1950s and denying that his own lawyer’s extensive cooperation with the probe invited comparisons to the Watergate scandal.
August 19th, 19:34h
Author: Janet Hook
Environmentally Unfriendly Deals Highlight Gray Areas for ‘Green Bonds’
The booming world of “green bonds” faces a credibility problem: Definitions can be so fuzzy that environmentally conscious investors might end up funding fossil-fuel power stations.
August 19th, 18:30h
Author: Mike Bird
MS-13, Violent and Unruly, Is Trying to Organize—Can It?
A string of criminal trials that wrapped up this summer in Boston shows the difficulty of organizing an impenetrable criminal enterprise from a gang of undisciplined young members.
August 19th, 18:20h
Author: Del Quentin Wilber
MS-13, Violent and Unruly, Is Trying to Organize—Can It?
A string of criminal trials that wrapped up this summer in Boston shows the difficulty of organizing an impenetrable criminal enterprise from a gang of undisciplined young members.
August 19th, 18:20h
Author: Del Quentin Wilber
National security advisor John Bolton warns of electoral interference from China, Iran and North Korea — not just Russia
National security advisor John Bolton reportedly said Sunday that the U.S. government is not just worried about Russian interference in the 2018 midterm elections. It's concerned about Chinese, Iranian, and North Korean meddling, too.
August 19th, 17:52h
Author: Thomas Franck
Military Faces a Sweeping Turnover Among Upper Commanders
President Trump is planning a series of promotions to replace a wave of retiring commanders, marking the administration’s largest imprint on military leadership thus far.
August 19th, 17:38h
Author: Gordon Lubold