Flush with cash, political groups outside the White House are aggressively coming to President Donald Trump's aid as he battles low approval numbers, questions about his campaign's ties to Russia and a stalled legislative agenda.
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Canada's top court rules Google must block some results worldwide
Canadian courts can force internet search leader Google to remove results worldwide, the country's top court ruled on Wednesday, drawing criticism from civil liberties groups arguing such a move sets a precedent for censorship on the internet.
Wall St. rises as bank stocks gain, tech rebounds
The S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average were on track for their best one-day percentage gain in about two months on Wednesday as financial stocks led a broad rally, while the Nasdaq rose more than 1 percent as tech stocks rebounded.
Indonesia imposes travel ban on Trump's business partner
Indonesian authorities have imposed a travel ban on tycoon and politician Hary Tanoesoedibjo, who is building resorts to be managed by Trump hotels, over an investigation into allegations he threatened a prosecutor via a text message.
Yes he can: Obama returns to Indonesia for family vacation
From white water rafting in Bali to visiting temples on Java, former U.S. President Barack Obama's private family holiday is being closely tracked in Indonesia where he spent four years as a child.
Philippines says beheaded civilians found in rebel-held town
Five decapitated civilians were found in a Philippine city occupied by Islamist rebels on Wednesday, the military said, warning the number of residents killed by rebel "atrocities" could rise sharply as troops retake more ground.
UK ex-police chiefs charged over 1989 stadium disaster that killed 96
Prosecutors on Wednesday announced criminal charges against six people including ex-police chiefs over the 1989 Hillsborough soccer stadium crush in which 96 fans died, Britain's worst sporting disaster.
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Linn Energy Inc and Citizen Energy II, LLC have agreed to form a joint oil and gas venture to develop 140,000 acres in Oklahoma, with the newly-created company expected to list early next year, according to a statement on Wednesday.