Militants killed more than 230 people at a mosque in North Sinai, detonating a bomb and gunning down worshippers in the deadliest such attack of Egypt's modern history.
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Trump names interim consumer agency head, likely sparking showdown
U.S. President Donald Trump has designated White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau until a permanent director is nominated and confirmed, the White House said on Friday.
Trump's lawyers say Trump SoHo exit undermines emoluments lawsuit
U.S. lawyers representing President Donald Trump on Friday said the Trump Organization's exit from a luxury hotel in lower Manhattan undermines a lawsuit in which rival hotels and restaurants are challenging his alleged illegal receipt of payments from foreign governments while in office.
Tech leads S&P above 2,600; Amazon, other retail stocks gain
Technology stocks led the S&P 500 and Nasdaq to record closing highs on Friday, with the S&P ending above 2,600 points for the first time, while Amazon and retail stocks got a boost from signs of a strong start to the holiday shopping season.
TransCanada recovers 44,400 gallons of oil from Keystone pipeline spill site
TransCanada Corp said on Friday it has recovered 44,400 gallons, or 1,057 barrels, of oil from the Keystone pipeline spill site at Amherst, South Dakota.
Hope fades after 9 days of searching for Argentine submarine
Families of the 44 crew members of a missing Argentine submarine gave up hope and went home on Friday after days of waiting at the sub's Mar del Plata naval base, saddened and angered by evidence that the vessel may have exploded.
In rare admission, Trump golfs (quickly) with Woods, Johnson
U.S. President Donald Trump played a round of golf on Friday with star professionals Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson, a rare admission that he is taking time out for his favorite pastime.
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