Special Counsel Robert Mueller's conclusion that President Trump's campaign did not collude with Russia in the 2016 election is a serious blow to Democrats who had hoped Mueller's report would boost their own wide-ranging probes into Trump's business dealings.
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Charges of cheating amid confusion over Thailand's election result
Thailand's first general election since a military coup five years ago was thrown into disarray on Monday as two opposition parties alleged cheating and the election commission said it could be weeks until the make-up of parliament becomes clear.
Bayer, J&J settle U.S. Xarelto litigation for $775 million
Bayer AG and Johnson & Johnson have agreed to settle more than 25,000 U.S. lawsuits over their blockbuster blood thinner Xarelto for a total of $775 million, court documents on Monday showed.
Wall Street falls on global economic slowdown fears
Wall Street's main indexes fell on Monday, dragged down by declines in high-growth technology shares, as fears of a global slowdown roiled the market for the second straight session.
Trump's Golan move boosts Netanyahu but long-term risks for Israel
U.S. President Donald Trump's call for recognition of Israeli sovereignty over the occupied Golan Heights was manna from heaven for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu two weeks before an election.
Autonomy founder Lynch inflated sales before HP deal, court told
British entrepreneur Mike Lynch artificially inflated revenue at his Autonomy software company before selling it to Hewlett Packard for $11 billion, the U.S. firm's lawyer told a London court on Monday.
'No regrets': Saudi sisters hope for bright future after hiding in Hong Kong
Two Saudi Arabian sisters are hoping for a "bright, beautiful future" after being granted asylum, fleeing what they describe as an abusive family and a repressive society.
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