Government analysts and private sector investigators rapidly attributed to Iranian hackers a wave of thousands of threatening emails aimed at U.S. voters because of mistakes made in a video attached to some of the messages, sources say
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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.
Windswept Colorado wildfire prompts evacuations, closure of national park
An explosive Colorado wildfire that has already forced several evacuations prompted the closure of Rocky Mountain National Park on Thursday as officials expected high winds to give firefighters another challenging day.
Walmart sues federal government over opioid case
Walmart Inc said on Thursday it had filed a lawsuit against the federal government, seeking clarity on the roles and legal responsibilities of pharmacists and pharmacies in filling opioid prescriptions.
Intel's margins tumble as customers shift to cheaper chips, shares slide 10%
Intel Corp on Thursday reported that margins tumbled in the latest quarter as consumers bought cheaper laptops and pandemic-stricken businesses and governments clamped down on data center spending, news that sent its shares down 10%.
Wall Street closes higher, trade choppy as U.S. stimulus talks eyed
Shares on Wall Street ended higher on Thursday in choppy trading, as investors cheered the prospect of more fiscal stimulus to support a pandemic-damaged U.S. economy, with more data pointing to a slowing labor market recovery.
Analysis: U.S. Supreme Court's rightward move could benefit oil and gas interests
The addition of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, moving it further rightward, could have significant consequences for U.S. climate change policy and complicate the government's ability to regulate pollution, according to legal experts.
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