Eight of the world's biggest technology service providers were hacked by Chinese cyber spies in a years-long invasion, Reuters found.
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Trump, without offering evidence, accuses Mueller of illegal activity
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday, without offering evidence, that Special Counsel Robert Mueller "terminated" FBI communications in what he called an illegal move.
Dutch railway to compensate Holocaust survivors
The Dutch national railway NS said in a statement on Wednesday it would offer financial compensation to survivors and families of Holocaust victims who were transported via Dutch rail to Nazi concentration camps during World War II.
Wall St. rises on tech gains, trade hopes
U.S. stocks rose on Wednesday as gains in chipmaker Micron boosted the technology sector and comments from Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin fueled hopes that the United States and China were making progress in their trade talks.
Supreme Court applies limits to federal agency power
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday constrained the power of federal agencies, scaling back a legal doctrine that called for judges to give agencies deference to interpret their own rules but declining to eliminate it all together.
Palestinians reject U.S. peace plan as Kushner keeps silent on political details
Palestinians poured scorn on the Trump administration's much-touted peace plan for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict on Wednesday, saying its framework for a trade and investment boost ignored their political aspirations for statehood.
World Pride in New York celebrates LGBTQ advances, but mourns setbacks under Trump
New York City will host 4 million visitors this week to celebrate World Pride for both a celebration of advancements in LGBTQ rights and a call to action in the face of anti-LGBTQ policies enacted by U.S. President Donald Trump.
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