U.S. security officials are warning that violent domestic extremists pose a threat to the upcoming presidential election, amid rising political tensions, civil unrest and foreign disinformation campaigns.
Trump Supreme Court pick Barrett huddles with senators, aiming for swift confirmation
Flynn attorney tells U.S. court she discussed criminal case with Trump
U.S. House intelligence panel subpoenas top Homeland official over whistleblower complaint
Wall Street closes lower, ending three-day rally ahead of U.S. presidential debate
Meatpackers deny workers benefits for COVID
Breakingviews: Another lost decade for Latin America?
Touchless lattes, self-service kiosks: offices go virus-proof
A man of the century, and of the moment
Azerbaijan and Armenia reject peace talks
Oregon inmates find redemption in fighting wildfires
UK’s Brexit treaty override powers approved by parliament’s lower house
Britain’s House of Commons approved legislation on Tuesday that gives ministers the power to break its divorce deal with the European Union, despite the threat of legal action from Brussels and unrest within the governing Conservative Party.
Steady growth to record crash: How the pandemic recast Trump’s economic record
U.S. President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden hold the first of three debates Tuesday night ahead of the Nov. 3 election, and the economy is expected to be a key topic.
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In reversal, Kentucky prosecutor to release Breonna Taylor grand jury evidence
Kentucky’s attorney general reversed course and said he would release on Wednesday a recording of grand jury proceedings into the police shooting death of Breonna Taylor that resulted in none of the officers involved being charged with homicide.
JPMorgan to pay $920 million for manipulating precious metals, treasury market
JPMorgan Chase & Co has agreed to pay more than $920 million and admitted to wrongdoing to settle federal U.S. market manipulation probes into its trading of metals futures and Treasury securities, the U.S. authorities said on Tuesday.
Titans, Vikings close facilities after positive COVID-19 tests
The Tennessee Titans and Minnesota Vikings suspended team activities on Tuesday after a number of positive COVID-19 tests following their Sunday game in the third week of the NFL’s 2020 season.
Kuwait’s new ruler to seek stability among fractious, powerful neighbours
Kuwait’s new ruler in waiting may find it harder than his predecessor to uphold his country’s mediating role between rival Gulf powers, if only because he lacks his late brother’s decades of experience as a conciliator in a polarised region.
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