U.S. intelligence experts are trying to build a profile of Kim Jong Un to give President Trump an edge in one of the most consequential summits since the Cold War, but they face a huge challenge – figuring out the secretive North Korean ruler.
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Supreme Court appears ready to uphold Trump's travel ban
The U.S. Supreme Court's conservative majority appeared poised to hand President Donald Trump a huge legal victory, signaling on Wednesday it was likely to uphold his contentious travel ban targeting several Muslim-majority countries.
Tesla's head of Autopilot leaves, ex-Apple exec to succeed
Tesla Inc said on Thursday Jim Keller, the head of its low-voltage hardware, Autopilot software and infotainment, is leaving the automaker to focus on microprocessor engineering with another company.
GM agrees to provide $3.6 billion funding to South Korean unit: South Korea
General Motors has agreed to provide $3.6 billion in fresh funding to its troubled South Korean unit, higher than its previously proposed $2.3 billion as part of a preliminary deal, South Korea said on Thursday.
Indian journalists say they intimidated, ostracized if they criticize Modi and the BJP
India has constitutional guarantees of freedom of speech and by some measures the biggest and most diverse media industry in the world. But journalists here say they are increasingly facing intimidation aimed at stopping them from running stories critical of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his administration.
Stocks, euro tip-toe higher ahead of ECB news conference
European stocks and the euro made tentative gains on Thursday as a drop in bond market stress levels helped sentiment ahead of a read out from the European Central Bank's latest meeting.
ConocoPhillips profit beats expectations on rising oil prices, cost cuts
U.S. oil producer ConocoPhillips posted a bigger-than-expected quarterly profit on Thursday, on rising crude prices and cost cuts.
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Uber on Thursday plans to announce changes to how it rewards cyber researchers who report flaws in its software, a company executive told Reuters, as part of the ride-hailing firm's response to concerns raised about the way it handled a data breach in 2016.