Trump is headed to the battleground states of North Carolina and Florida mid outrage over his refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power following the election and two days before he will announce his pick to fill a Supreme Court vacancy.
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Trump deserves 'fair chance' to challenge subpoena for tax returns: filing
U.S. President Donald Trump made a final push to keep his tax returns away from Manhattan's top prosecutor, saying he deserves a "fair chance" to show a subpoena for the returns was overbroad and issued in bad faith, according to a court filing on Thursday.
Facebook suspends fake Russian accounts, warns of U.S. election hack-and-leak threat
Facebook Inc on Thursday said it had dismantled three networks of fake accounts which could be used by Russia's intelligence services to leak hacked documents as part of efforts to disrupt the upcoming U.S. election.
'Healthy correction' or something more? Stock swings keep investors on edge
A barrage of worrisome news is rocking the U.S. stock market after a nearly six-month surge, leading some investors to question whether the recent selloff in equities heralds a longer period of volatility.
Senate panel plans to issue subpoenas to CEOs of Google, Facebook, Twitter
The U.S. Senate Commerce Committee chaired by Republican Senator Roger Wicker will issue subpoenas to the chief executives of Twitter Inc , Alphabet Inc's Google and Facebook Inc if they do not agree to testify at a hearing on Oct. 1.
Tech stocks lift Wall Street as economic rebound slows
Wall Street rallied on Thursday as beaten-down technology shares gained favor after data showing a surge in the sale of new homes revived faith in the economic recovery even as U.S. jobless claims rose unexpectedly.
Amazon unveils indoor drone and car alarm in security product rollout
Amazon.com Inc on Thursday announced an indoor drone for recording security video in homes and car products for alerting vehicle owners about attempted break-ins.
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