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Trump ex-campaign chairman Manafort accused of lying to Mueller probe2018-12-10
Paul Manafort, former Donald Trump campaign chairman, lied to prosecutors about his contacts with the White House and an associate with ties to Russian intelligence while he was under investigation, special counsel Robert Mueller's office said in a court filing here Friday.
U.S. white nationalist convicted of murder in deadly Charlottesville car assault2018-12-10
A U.S. white nationalist who drove a car into a group of peaceful counterprotesters against a "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia last year was found guilty on Friday of first-degree murder.
Pentagon chief announces nomination of new commander of U.S. Fifth Fleet2018-12-10
U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis on Thursday announced that Vice Admiral James Malloy was nominated as the new commander of U.S. Naval Forces Central Command (NAVCENT) and U.S. Fifth Fleet.
Trump names head of U.S. Army to be next Joint Chiefs chairman2018-12-10
U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday morning announced on Twitter that he nominates General Mark Milley, U.S. Army Chief of Staff, to be the next chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
U.S. trade deficit hits 10-year high in October2018-12-10
U.S. trade deficit widened for a fifth consecutive month and reached a 10-year high in October, the government reported Thursday.
No device found at CNN's New York offices after bomb threat2018-12-10
New York police found no explosive devices in the U.S. broadcaster CNN's offices after the building was evacuated due to a bomb threat Thursday night.
U.S. oil export exceeds import, first time in decades2018-12-10
The United States became a net exporter of crude oil and refined fuels last week for the first time in decades with a net export at 211,000 barrels per day, according to data released Thursday.
Facebook CEO denies selling user data to third-party developers2018-12-10
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Wednesday denied that his company has sold user data to third-party developers after a British lawmaker disclosed internal Facebook emails alleging it had traded user privacy for its own growth.
U.S. stocks trade sharply lower as fears for economic slowdown continue2018-12-10
U.S. stocks traded sharply lower on Thursday as fears for economic slowdown continued.
Amazon workers hospitalized after warehouse robot unleashes bear spray2018-12-10
Twenty-four Amazon workers have been hospitalized after a robot accidentally tore open a can of bear repellent spray in a warehouse in New Jersey in the U.S., ABC News reported Thursday.
Block chain technology sees applications in U.S. economy2018-12-10
Block chain technology is demonstrating increasing potential for commercial use in the economy of the United States, according to industry insiders and experts.
News Analysis: UBS predicts U.S. dollar to depreciate in 20192018-12-10
The U.S. dollar is likely to depreciate over time in 2019, despite its near-term strength backed by the favorable U.S. interest rates and market volatility, UBS predicted in its Year Ahead 2019 report.
Spotlight: Major U.S. for-profit college chain closes campuses after losing accreditation2018-12-10
One of the largest for-profit college chains in the United States, the Education Corp. of America (ECA), is closing dozens of its campuses across the country this week due to loss of accreditation and shortage of funding.
Rudd warns of possible rise of "neo-McCarthyism" in U.S.2018-12-10
The rise of "neo-McCarthyism" in the United States is a concern, risking evoking racism against Chinese Americans, warned Kevin Rudd, president of the non-profit Asia Society Policy Institute, here on Wednesday.
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