The U.S. Justice Department's internal watchdog said the FBI made numerous errors but found no evidence of political bias when the bureau opened an investigation into contacts between Donald Trump's presidential campaign and Russia in 2016. The report gave ammunition to both Trump’s supporters and his Democratic critics.
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Apple has 'deep concerns' that ex-employees accused of theft will flee to China
Apple Inc on Monday told a federal court it has "deep concerns" that two Chinese-born former employees accused of stealing trade secrets from the company will try to flee before their trials if their locations are not monitored.
Choppy markets leave U.S. bank bonus decisions in limbo
December is always a month of suspense on Wall Street, as dealmakers, traders and money managers at big U.S. banks wait to find out how much they will receive in bonuses.
Former Boeing employee who warned about 737 problems will testify at hearing
A former Boeing Co employee who warned of problems with 737 production will testify on Wednesday at a U.S. House hearing on the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) review of the grounded 737 MAX.
Stocks dip as tariff deadline approaches
Global stock markets fell for a second day on Tuesday, as caution over a Dec. 15 deadline for the next round of U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports weakened risk appetite and limited outsized market moves.
Rapinoe adds a goal for 2020: helping Democrats win White House
From award shows to magazine covers, it can often feel as though Megan Rapinoe is everywhere - and soon, that might include rallies for Democratic presidential candidates.
Ask 'old people' for advice, world's oldest PM says to the youngest
Malaysia's Mahathir Mohamad, the world's oldest serving premier, said on Tuesday it would be a good idea for the world's youngest prime minister, Finland's Sanna Marin, to ask "old people" for their advice.
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