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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Top executives at Texas-based software company SolarWinds Corp, Microsoft Corp and cybersecurity firms FireEye Inc and CrowdStrike Holdings Inc defended their conduct in breaches blamed on Russian hackers and sought to shift responsibility elsewhere in testimony to a U.S. Senate panel on Tuesday.
Soon after Joe Biden announced last year that he would pick a woman as his running mate, US Rep. Jackie Speier began warning Facebook executives: Female politicians receive the most vile online attacks, and the company’s filters were failing to stop them.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former President Donald Trump's acquittal on charges of inciting a deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol left Democrats and Republicans deeply divided on Sunday even as his Democratic successor, Joe Biden, sought to move on with his political and economic agenda.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Donald Trump was acquitted in his impeachment trial on Saturday on a charge of inciting insurrection in a Jan. 6 speech to supporters just before hundreds of them stormed the U.S. Capitol.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate acquitted Donald Trump on Saturday of inciting the mob that stormed the Capitol last month, sparing him from conviction in his second impeachment trial in a year despite broad condemnation of his role in sparking the deadly siege.
Democrats wrap up their case, will it be enough to impeach the former president?
HONG KONG (AFP): Equity markets rose again Tuesday (Feb 2), extending the previous day's rally as investors got back in the saddle following last week's global rout, with sentiment buoyed by US stimulus hopes.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 1 (Xinhua) -- A group of 10 U.S. Senate Republicans on Monday morning formally unveiled their 618-billion-U.S.-dollar COVID-19 relief proposal, ahead of their meeting with President Joe Biden to discuss the proposal Monday afternoon.
HONG KONG (AFP): Most Asian markets bounced Monday (Feb 1) following last week's blood-letting as bargain-buyers moved in, but dealers remain on edge as surging infections and a stuttering vaccination rollout offset long-term hopes for the economic recovery.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Ten moderate Republican U.S. senators urged President Joe Biden on Sunday to significantly downsize his sweeping $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package to win bipartisan support as Democrats in Congress prepared to push ahead with his plan this week.