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A Malaysian man believed to be the boyfriend of the second suspect, was held on Wednesday night.
Munger believes Wells Fargo will survive its cross-selling scandal, though he said the company was too slow to correct what it did wrong.
Malaysian police say a female suspect has been detained in connection with the assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's estranged half-brother.
Jurors delivered their verdict Tuesday in Pedro Hernandez' retrial. Another jury deliberated for 18 days before deadlocking in 2015.
President Trump's National Security Advisor Michael Flynn has resigned.
Consumers are expected to spend $18.2 billion on Valentine's Day and counterfeiters are trying to cash in with fake perfumes.
Sears and Kmart added to recent defections from Trump-branded products, discontinuing online sales of Trump Home items, amid ethics concerns.
South Korea's special prosecutor said it would again summon Samsung Group scion Jay Y. Lee on Monday to question him on suspicion of bribery.
U.S. authorities told Peru they aren't planning to prevent former Peruvian President Alejandro Toledo from traveling to Israel, a source said.
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Police arrested a man over a suspected arson attack on Friday after a fire at a Hong Kong subway station at rush hour injured at least 17.
The NCA is examining over $60 million worth of cocaine that landed on the shores of England, according to a report.
The pharma bro Shkreli previously won permission to speak at two other universities, but neither event happened because of protests.
The president has repeated these lies over and over again, Buzzfeed reports.
Cars torched as young people hurled petrol bombs in a suburb where more serious rioting drew worldwide attention in 2005.
A jet belonging to Malaysian tycoon Low Taek Jho, under investigation regarding the scandal-hit 1MDB, was reportedly seized.
Tom Brady suspected that his Super Bowl jersey was stolen from the New England Patriots locker room in the aftermath of the team's victory.
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Amnesty International accuses Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte of putting killers on police payroll.
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