President Joe Biden's interim regulators are wasting no time unraveling Wall Street-friendly measures introduced under Donald Trump, using quick-fix legal tactics.
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German CDU backs Laschet to succeed Merkel as chancellor
BERLIN (Reuters) -Germany's Christian Democrats (CDU) backed party chairman Armin Laschet on Monday to run for chancellor at a September election, and asked him to speak to his Bavarian rival to agree a single candidate for their conservative bloc quickly.
S&P 500, Dow ease from record levels; earnings, data in focus
The S&P 500 and the Dow Jones indexes retreated from record levels on Monday, as investors geared up for the start of the corporate reporting season and a key inflation report later this week.
Crowd of 23 candidates floods special congressional election in Texas
The race to succeed the only sitting U.S. congressman to have died from COVID-19 has drawn a free-for-all of 23 candidates in a Republican-leaning district of north Texas, where Democrats have made gains in recent years.
Analysis: Police and bystander accounts bolster Chauvin prosecution
Prosecutors will rest their case this week against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd, bolstered by police testimony and emotional eyewitness descriptions of Floyd dying under Chauvin's knee.
Microsoft to buy AI firm Nuance Communications for about $16 billion in healthcare push
(Reuters) -Microsoft Corp said on Monday it would buy artificial intelligence and speech technology firm Nuance Communications Inc for about $16 billion in cash, as it builds out its cloud strategy for healthcare.
Prince William says 'grandpa' Philip would want us to get on with the job
WINDSOR, England (Reuters) -Prince William, second in line to the British throne, hailed his "grandpa" Prince Philip for his dutiful service to the crown, but said that the late duke would have wanted members of the royal family to get on with their jobs.
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