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President Barack Obama reiterated his plans to nominate a successor to Antonin Scalia in "due time," taking swipes at Republican lawmakers.
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China has deployed a surface-to-air missile system to one of the disputed islands it controls in the South China Sea, Taiwan and U.S. officials said.
A U.S. magistrate has ordered Apple to help the Obama administration hack into an iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters.
Puerto Rico's government cited "substantial doubt" about its ability to continue as a going concern, in a draft of its FY 2014 financial report.
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The middle is an increasingly tough place to be in the beer business, so two of craft beer's best-known mid-sized breweries are joining forces.
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Hedge fund fees, which were taxed as income at rates as high as 45 percent, could be completely exempt from taxation.
A lawyer representing the family of a Russian whistleblower was reportedly thrown out of his Moscow apartment on Tuesday.
U.S. equities are headed for a 5 percent fall – at least – after suffering their biggest falls since the election of President Trump.
The filmmaker explains why he's not ashamed to ask people for money.
In a Times interview published Thursday President Donald Trump stuck by his unsubstantiated claims saying that it didn't hurt his credibility.
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