The U.S. Justice Department's internal watchdog said the FBI made numerous errors but found no evidence of political bias when the bureau opened an investigation into contacts between Donald Trump's presidential campaign and Russia in 2016. The report gave ammunition to both Trump’s supporters and his Democratic critics.
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House Democrats study proposed changes to North American trade pact as deal nears
Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives are still studying proposed changes to the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement trade pact, and there was no agreement to announce it yet, a senior Democratic aide said.
U.N. Security Council to meet over North Korea on Wednesday at U.S. request
The U.N. Security Council will meet on Wednesday, at the request of the United States, over missile launches by North Korea and the possibility of an "escalatory" provocation after Pyongyang conducted what it said was a key test at satellite launch site.
Finland picks world's youngest PM to head women-led cabinet
Finland's new prime minister - about to become the world's youngest serving premier - will have a finance minister two years her junior in a new women-led coalition cabinet, party officials said on Monday.
Wall St. falls as Apple, health shares drag, tariff deadline looms
U.S. stocks pulled back on Monday from near-record levels, as Apple and healthcare shares fell and investors braced for a busy week of political and economic news, including a potential turning point in the U.S.-China trade dispute.
Exclusive: Hyundai's $1.8 billion shipbuilding deal with Daewoo faces full EU probe - sources
World No. 1 shipbuilding group Hyundai Heavy Industries Holdings Co Ltd's $1.8 billion merger with rival shipbuilder Daewoo will face a full-scale investigation in Europe due to serious EU antitrust concerns, two people familiar with the matter said on Monday.
Activist Thunberg turns spotlight on indigenous struggle at climate summit
Teen activist Greta Thunberg turned a spotlight on the struggles of the world's indigenous peoples against climate change on Monday, appearing at a U.N. summit alongside other young campaigners furious at the West's failure to tackle the crisis.
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