WASHINGTON/BEIJING (Reuters) – President Donald Trump warned on Wednesday that the United States would no longer tolerate North Korea’s actions but said the use of military force against Pyongyang will not be his “first choice.” His comment appeared to be in line with classified briefings to Congress in which Trump’s top national security aides –
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The new investigation of the Azerbaijani laundromat contains interesting details about the relations of this country with Hungary. In 2012, at the time when Hungary extradited the Azerbaijani Ramil Safarov who had hacked to death the Armenian army officer Gurgen Margaryan to Azerbaijan, over 7 million dollars was transferred to the bank account in MKB
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SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Facebook Inc said on Wednesday it had found that an operation likely based in Russia spent $100,000 on thousands of U.S. ads promoting divisive social and political messages in a two-year-period through May. Facebook, the dominant social media network, said 3,000 ads and 470 “inauthentic” accounts and pages spread polarizing views
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BOSTON (Reuters) – Insys Therapeutics Inc sought to manipulate insurance payment approval for an opioid cancer pain drug called Subsys even if for inappropriate uses, according to a U.S. Senate report on the opioid crisis released on Wednesday. The report, released by Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill, said those efforts led to an Insys employee making
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(Reuters) – Wall Street climbed on Wednesday, fueled by energy and financial shares and helped by news of an agreement to extend the debt limit, as stocks bounced back modestly from a day-earlier selloff. U.S. stocks added to moderate gains as President Donald Trump, siding with Democrats over his fellow Republicans, said he agreed to
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NEW YORK (Reuters) – Fifteen states and the District of Columbia filed a lawsuit on Wednesday challenging President Donald Trump’s decision to end protections and benefits for young people who were brought into the United States illegally as children. The multistate lawsuit filed by a group of Democratic attorneys general on Wednesday to protect beneficiaries
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(Reuters) – Pop stars Ariana Grande, Justin Timberlake and Pharrell Williams will join the Dave Matthews Band in a free concert aimed at promoting unity in Charlottesville following clashes between white supremacists and anti-racist protesters last month. Announcing the Sept. 24 “Concert for Charlottesville” on its website on Wednesday, the Dave Matthews Band said the
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NEW YORK (Reuters) – President Donald Trump’s decision to end protections and benefits for young people who were brought into the United States illegally as children faces a legal challenge from New York and other states. New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman will announce a multistate lawsuit to protect beneficiaries of the Deferred Action
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