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Shares of Snap Inc had their busiest trading day in two and a half months in a volatile session on July 31, as early investors could sell their shares for the first time since its March market debut.
PARIS (Reuters) - Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo on Monday welcomed Los Angeles' decision to offer to host the 2028 Olympic Games but stopped short of saying the 2024 Olympics were in the bag for Paris, saying instead that talks would continue throughout August.
Britain's interior minister will use a visit to Silicon Valley on Tuesday to ask the world's biggest social media and internet service providers to step up efforts to counter or remove content that incites militants.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin has ordered the United States to cut about 60 percent of its diplomatic staff in Russia but many of those let go will be Russian citizens, softening the impact of a measure adopted in retaliation for new U.S. sanctions.
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump took aim at insurers on Monday in an escalating threat to cut the healthcare subsidy payments that make Obamacare plans affordable, after repeatedly urging Republican senators to keep working to undo his Democratic predecessor's healthcare law.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Resolving the North Korean nuclear issue requires joint efforts from all sides, China's Foreign Ministry said on Monday, after U.S. President Donald Trump tweeted he was "very disappointed" in China following Pyongyang's latest missile test.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The election for a new constitutional super-body being held in Venezuela under President Nicolas Maduro is a "step toward dictatorship" and the United States will not accept an illegitimate government in Caracas, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said on Sunday.
Tesla chief executive officer Elon Musk said on Friday the Model 3 had over half a million advance reservations as he handed over the first 30 to employee buyers.