Few people have been as involved in Trump’s finances as Allen Weisselberg, a trusted figure in the family business since 1973. Legal experts and a source familiar with the matter say prosecutors want to convince him to cooperate with a criminal probe into Trump’s dealings.
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Shake off your ill will, Britain tells EU over post-Brexit trade
The European Union should shake off its ill will and build a good relationship with Britain as sovereign equals, Britain's top EU adviser David Frost said on Sunday, promising to stand up for the country's interests.
Marathon fight to pass U.S. pandemic relief tests Democrats' majority
The battle to pass a COVID-19 relief bill demonstrated how hard things will be for U.S. President Joe Biden's Democrats in Congress, facing opposition from right and left as they try to score big wins with small majorities.
U.S. Senator Manchin says filibusters could be made more 'painful'
Centrist Democratic Senator Joe Manchin, a pivotal vote in the U.S. Senate, on Sunday advocated making the procedural maneuver called the filibuster more "painful" to do, with Democrats concerned about Republicans obstructing President Joe Biden's legislative agenda.
'Peace more powerful than war', Pope Francis says in Iraq's ruined city of Mosul
Pope Francis heard Muslim and Christian residents in the ruined Iraqi city of Mosul tell of their lives under brutal Islamic State rule on Sunday, blessing their vow to rise up from ashes and promising them "fraternity is more durable than fratricide."
George Floyd's friends reflect on his striving, at times stumbling life
Travis Cains looks over to the spot where he and George Floyd watched the world go by when they were young.
Analysis: Excessive exuberance: Canada home prices boil over as policymakers sit back
Canada's red-hot housing market has become a bonfire, spurring comparisons to earlier bubbles and prompting calls for cooling measures. But policymakers are standing back, unwilling to intervene for fear of undermining Canada's still-fragile economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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