U.S. presidential debate organizers vowed to change the rules to rein in unruly behavior after President Trump repeatedly interrupted rival Joe Biden and the moderator in the candidates’ taunt-filled initial prime-time encounter.
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Global shares extend gains on U.S. stimulus, upbeat data
Global shares tried to extend gains on Thursday on renewed hopes for fresh U.S. stimulus measures, but mounting uncertainty ahead of America's presidential election kept gains in check.
Man charged in ambush shooting of L.A. deputies condemned by Trump, Biden
A suspect already jailed on suspicion of carjacking was charged on Wednesday with opening fire on two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies as they sat in a patrol car, an attack that was caught on videotape.
Ex-FBI Director Comey defends FBI Russia probe in Senate hearing
Former FBI Director James Comey on Wednesday defended the bureau's probe of links between Russia and President Donald Trump's 2016 election campaign against attacks by Republican senators over the secret monitoring of a former campaign aide.
France and Turkey at odds as Karabakh fighting divides NATO allies
NATO allies France and Turkey traded angry recriminations on Wednesday as international tensions mounted over the fiercest clashes between Azerbaijan and ethnic Armenian forces since the mid-1990s.
Trump issues fresh rare earth mining executive order
U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday ordered his Cabinet secretaries to look into the country's reliance on rare earths in his latest bid to end China's dominance of the industry.
Goldman Sachs to go ahead with 'modest' job cuts after coronavirus pause
Goldman Sachs Group Inc plans to move forward with "a modest number of layoffs", a company spokesperson said on Wednesday, months after the Wall Street bank paused job cuts due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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