Hong Kong police used tear gas and water cannon against protesters who tried to break through cordons and reach a university at the center of a week-long standoff between demonstrators and law enforcement.
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Wall St. eases from record levels at open after report dents trade optimism
Wall Street's main stock indexes eased from record highs at the open on Monday after a report stoked concerns that a U.S.-China trade deal might not get through.
How the path to the Democratic presidential nomination is different in 2020
The Democratic Party will officially nominate a 2020 presidential candidate at its convention next July, but not before a long primary season that kicks off with the Iowa caucuses in February and ends with the Puerto Rican primary in June.
Prince Andrew sex claim scandal overshadows UK election campaign
A sex claim scandal involving Prince Andrew overshadowed Britain's election campaign on Monday when Queen Elizabeth's second son faced a backlash after a rambling denial of accusations he had sex with a teenage girl.
U.S. has world's highest rate of children in detention: U.N. study
The United States has the world's highest rate of children in detention, including more than 100,000 in immigration-related custody that violates international law, the author of a United Nations study said on Monday.
HP down 5% after Xerox bid rejection, counter offer hints
Shares of HP Inc fell as much as 5% on Monday after the personal computer maker rejected a buyout offer from Xerox Holdings Corp , and indicated it might instead make its own offer to take over the U.S. printer maker.
Leaked Chinese government documents show details of Xinjiang clampdown: NYT
A trove of leaked Chinese government documents reveals details of its clampdown on Uighurs and other Muslims in the country's western Xinjiang region under President Xi Jinping, the New York Times reported.
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