Trump told Republican lawmakers he would back either of the immigration bills making their way through the House, as the outcry grew over his administration's separation of immigrant parents and children at the U.S.-Mexico border.
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Stocks recover from earlier rout but trade war fears seen capping gains
Stocks in Asia rebounded from recent losses on Wednesday as investors sought bargains, a day after the specter of a U.S.-China trade war rattled global markets, but significant uncertainty around the trade outlook is capping gains.
ZTE, U.S. suppliers shares tank after Senate puts Trump reprieve in doubt
Shares of ZTE Corp and its American business partners took a hit on Tuesday after the U.S. Senate's passage of a defense bill set up a potential battle with the White House over whether the Chinese telecoms firm can resume business with U.S. suppliers.
Starbucks closing cafes; CEO calls performance 'not acceptable'
Starbucks Corp forecast on Tuesday slower sales growth than Wall Street expected this quarter and plans to close about 150 U.S. cafes next fiscal year to boost performance, sending its shares down 2 percent after hours.
U.S. judge dismisses Charleston shooting lawsuits, criticizes FBI
A federal judge has dismissed 16 lawsuits filed by survivors of a 2015 mass shooting at a South Carolina church who sued the government over the failure of an FBI-run background check system to prevent the purchase of the murder weapon.
China's Xi praises North Korea's Kim for Trump summit, promises support
Chinese President Xi Jinping offered high praise to visiting North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Tuesday, lauding the "positive" outcome of his historic summit with U.S. President Donald Trump and promising unwavering friendship.
NBA player sues Milwaukee police, claiming excessive force
A National Basketball Association player on Tuesday filed a civil lawsuit in federal court alleging Milwaukee police used excessive force in a January arrest that he claims officers unnecessarily escalated from a simple parking violation.
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Two U.S. senators urged Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday to withdraw the nomination of Ronald Mortensen, who has been criticized for harsh remarks about undocumented immigrants, to a top department position dealing with refugees.
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