The Justice Department is investigating a potential crime related to funneling money to the White House in exchange for a presidential pardon, according to unsealed court documents.
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Backing Australia, U.S. State Dept says China hit 'new low' with doctored image
The United States has called China's use of a digitally manipulated image of an Australian soldier a "new low", weighing in on the dispute between Canberra and Beijing over the tweet.
Trump family urges U.S. appeals court to move marketing scam lawsuit to arbitration
A lawyer for Donald Trump on Tuesday urged a federal appeals court to halt a lawsuit accusing the U.S. president of exploiting his family name to promote a marketing scam targeting poor and working-class people.
EU tells Brexit negotiator: don't let deadline force a bad deal
The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator told member states' envoys on Wednesday that negotiations on a trade deal with Britain were reaching "a make-or-break moment", and they urged him not to be rushed into an unsatisfactory agreement.
Trump vows defense bill veto unless internet liability shield scrapped
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he would veto the $740 billion National Defense Authorization Act unless it includes a measure eliminating a federal law protecting tech companies such as Facebook and Twitter.
Middleman matters: Behind Indian protests against Modi farm reforms
Undeterred by the harsh winter of India's capital, its toxic air and surging coronavirus cases, Sukhbinder Singh is among tens of thousands of farmers camped out in protest on the city's outskirts, along with tractors, trailers, SUVs and food trucks.
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