The Senate voted nearly unanimously to slap new sanctions on Russia despite President Trump's objections to the legislation, which has angered Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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Trump urged Washington to stop bank mergers in 2004 letter
President Donald Trump warned the administration of George W. Bush in 2004 that big U.S. bank mergers were "totally out of control" and should be stopped as they were forcing businesses to borrow money from foreigners, according to a letter seen by Reuters.
Britain plans to send warship to South China Sea in move likely to irk Beijing
Britain plans to send a warship to the disputed South China Sea next year to conduct freedom of navigation exercises, Defence Minister Michael Fallon said on Thursday, a move likely to anger Beijing.
Shkreli portrayed both as liar, well-meaning as trial nears end
Jurors were presented with starkly opposite portrayals of former drug company Martin Shkreli on Thursday, with a prosecutor casting him as a serial liar and his own lawyer calling him a well-meaning but misunderstood genius.
Boy Scouts of America apologizes for Trump's 'political rhetoric'
The head of the Boy Scouts of America apologized to members of the youth organization on Thursday for the "political rhetoric that was inserted" into its national gathering this week by U.S. President Donald Trump.
Exclusive: Not Made in America - Wal-Mart looks overseas for online vendors
Walmart.com, trailing Amazon.com Inc in the number of goods for sale on its website, is recruiting vendors in China and other countries to boost its online offerings in a pivot away from Wal-Mart's Made-in-America campaign.
Hitler exhibition in Berlin bunker asks: How could it happen?
More than 70 years after Adolf Hitler committed suicide in his Berlin bunker in the final days of World War Two, an exhibition in the capital examines how he became a Nazi and what turned ordinary Germans into murderers during the Third Reich.
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