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The TikTok sale saga reached an apparent conclusion over the weekend when President Donald Trump approved a deal. But the harmony was short-lived.
(Reuters) - The death of liberal Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday could spell bad news for Democrats if a legal battle over the results of the Nov. 3 presidential election reaches the high court, as it did in 2000.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The death of liberal U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has huge implications for the future of law and life in the United States, giving Republican President Donald Trump the chance to cement a 6-3 conservative majority on the court.
KOTA KINABALU: Airlines are urged to give discounts on airfares to allow more Sabahans outside the state to return home to exercise their voting rights.
GENEVA (Reuters) - The United Nations agreed on Friday to step up monitoring of reported rights abuses during Belarus's crackdown on protests, angering Minsk and its ally Moscow and raising the diplomatic stakes in the crisis.
JAKARTA: An Indonesian parliamentary committee overseeing the drafting of a central bank law amendment yesterday heard recommendations from experts who called for the expansion of Bank Indonesia’s (BI) mandate, but insisted it must remain independent.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Even if Joe Biden wins the U.S. presidential election and his fellow Democrats gain full control of Congress, his ability to secure passage of an ambitious legislative agenda may be limited by a stubborn Washington reality: the high hurdle for getting things done in the Senate.
JAKARTA: Indonesia must synchronise monetary and fiscal policies better to tackle economic pressures caused by the pandemic, although the government does not back a proposal for a monetary board to oversee the country’s central bank, a top minister told Reuters
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - For months, President Donald Trump has tried to convince Americans that the Nov. 3 election will be “rigged,” claiming without evidence that mail voting will open the door to mass cheating.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - With less than two months to go until the U.S. election, President Donald Trump is having trouble energizing his core supporters, especially white voters without college degrees who were key to his victory in 2016, a Reuters polling analysis shows.