From the pandemic to foreign entanglements, healthcare and race, Trump and Biden laid out their opposing views on America, with marginally less shouting but still plenty of personal attacks.
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U.S. stock futures dip, yen gains after final Trump-Biden debate
U.S. stock futures dipped and the Japanese yen ticked up on Friday after a final debate between U.S. President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden merely hardened investors' caution heading into the election.
Judge dismisses Trump campaign lawsuit against New Jersey over mail ballots
A federal judge on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit by President Donald Trump's re-election campaign against New Jersey over a decision by its Democratic governor to mail a ballot to every voter in the state for November's elections, as well as hold in-person voting amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Exclusive: Wells Fargo explores sale of asset management business - sources
Wells Fargo & Co is exploring a sale of its asset management business, in what would be the U.S. bank's biggest shake-up since former Bank of New York Mellon chief executive Charles Scharf joined as CEO last year, people familiar with the matter said on Thursday.
Ex-Trump aide Manafort beats Manhattan prosecutor's bid to revive NY fraud charges
A New York appeals court on Thursday upheld the dismissal of state fraud charges against Paul Manafort, saying that reviving the case against U.S. President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman would violate double jeopardy rules.
Colorado wildfire jumps U.S. Continental Divide, threatens mountain towns
An explosive Colorado wildfire that has already forced the evacuation of several mountain communities and the closure of Rocky Mountain National Park blackened another 45,000 acres (18,200 hectares) on Thursday as it jumped the U.S. Continental Divide.
California appeals court rules Uber, Lyft must reclassify drivers as employees
A California appeals court on Thursday unanimously ruled against ride-hailing companies Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc , saying they must reclassify their drivers in the state as employees.
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