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The two nations have unveiled an alliance designed to press governments and tech firms to unite against online extremism.
SoftBank will invest 900 million euros into German fintech firm Wirecard, as part of a strategic partnership on digital payments.
Many Democrats have seized on the Mueller report, declaring it a damning account of executive incompetence and unethical conduct.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Tuesday that President Donald Trump only avoided obstruction of justice charges because of the Justice Department's rule barring the indictment of a sitting president.
Two more defendants in the college admissions scheme have chosen to plead guilty to charges associated the admission of two applicants into USC, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Massachusetts.
A Florida judge has temporarily sealed videos allegedly showing New England Patriots owner Kraft receiving sexual services at a massage parlor.
Nearly three dozen men and women filed a federal class-action lawsuit alleging Florida authorities unlawfully videotaped them as they received legal massages at a parlour where New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft allegedly paid for sex.
The technology is being used to tackle the problem of mobile phone smuggling.
A fifth-grade student at an exclusive private school in Washington, D.C., and a Denver man on a business trip were among the U.S. residents killed in the Sri Lanka Easter attacks, a media report and the man's employer said on Monday.
CNBC's "Power Lunch" team is joined by Wall Street Journal reported John Carreyrou about Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes' appearance in federal court in California. Holmes faces charges of felony conspiracy and fraud, after allegedly misleading patients, health care professionals and investors about the company's blood-testing technology.
"There were no crimes by me (No Collusion, No Obstruction), so you can't impeach," the president wrote on Twitter.
Joseph Brown of the University of Massachusetts Boston says the people behind the attacks in Sri Lanka may have selected "soft targets" in order to be "provocative."
Rudy Giuliani said on Sunday that there's 'nothing wrong' with taking information from Russians, after the Mueller report laid out extensive ties between the Trump campaign and Russians during the 2016 election campaign.
Three Sri Lankan churches and three hotels were hit by explosions on Easter Sunday, wounding several people, according to a police spokesman.
CNBC's "Power Lunch" team breaks down the impact of the redacted Mueller report with Jacob Frenkel, Politico's chief economist correspondent, Ben White, a CNBC contributor, and Tony Fratto, Hamilton Place Strategies founder.
Trump's attempts to affect the Russia probe mostly failed because the people around him "declined to carry out orders," according to Robert Mueller's team.