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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A former FBI lawyer will plead guilty to falsifying a document as part of a federal probe into the origins of an investigation into possible contacts between Donald Trump's 2016 campaign and Russia, the former FBI official's lawyer said on Friday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A cartoon in Australia's biggest national newspaper was denounced as racist by some top government figures on Friday for a portrayal of U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris that critics said was racist.
The US Justice Department is moving "full-tilt" on its antitrust investigation of Alphabet Inc’s Google and other Big Tech platforms, the department's second-ranking official said.
(Reuters) - The campaign of Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden has raised $48 million (36.77 million pounds) in the 48 hours since he named U.S. Senator Kamala Harris the Democratic vice presidential nominee, a campaign spokesman told Reuters late on Thursday.
Trump administration threatens civil lawsuit unless the private university agrees not to use ‘race or national origin’ in its 2020-21 admissions cycleIvy League school says it will not change its admissions programme on the basis of what it calls a ‘meritless’ and ‘hasty’ allegation
Police have announced that autopsy results show Jaruchat Madthong – a key witness in Vorayuth “Boss” Yoovidhya’s hit-and-run case, had 218mg of alcohol in his blood and this was the cause of the accident that killed him.
Uber Technologies Inc chief executive officer Dara Khosrowshahi’s warning that the company may have to temporarily shut down in California is textbook strategy for the ride-hailing giant: When adverse court rulings hit, appeal to the public for support and seek to delay regulatory action.
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Ethiopia has detained more than 9,000 people after deadly clashes last month, the state-run human rights commission told Reuters, raising fears that a government hailed for reforms is returning to the iron-fisted tactics of past administrations.
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court has ruled that the Parliament has the legislative power to enact offences and its prescribed punishment, including the mandatory death sentence.