Democratic congressional leaders voiced concern on Wednesday at a dramatic increase in the expulsion of migrant children and ordered in a sharply written letter that the Homeland Security and Immigration and Customs Compliance Agency "cease this practice immediately."
The letter signed by five primary immigration supervisory
Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter, shot back at Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who attacked the move of the software company to test the tweets of President Trump on mail-in.
Zuckerberg weighed in on the escalating dust up between Trump and Twitter in a preview clip of
"Everyone thought you never had a chance to win the McDonald's Monopoly game," says James Lee Hernandez, "but you never really knew why." Hernandez, who together with Brian Lazarte wrote and directed McMillions' six-part real-crime docuseries for HBO, now knows exactly why.
From 1989 to 2001
Thursday's Senate appointed Texas Rep. John Ratcliffe as National Intelligence Chief, appointing a new security department leader of the country at a period when President Donald Trump has removed several officials.
Ratcliffe looked impossible to get the spot when he was nominated in February, because he
As Democratic presidential hopefuls descended on New Hampshire prior to the state’s Feb. 11 primary, John Tackeff was busy.
The 27-year-old attended candidate events across the state to raise concerns about a proposed tax on Wall Street financial transactions that much of the field supported. Bespectacled,
Fiat Chrysler (FCHA.MI) is in talks with Italian lender Intesa Sanpaolo (ISP.MI) over a 6.3 billion euro ($6.8 billion) state-guaranteed loan to help the automaker weather the coronavirus crisis, a source close to the matter said on Friday.
The loan, which is part
Deutsche Bank’s (DBKGn.DE) regulators in the United States have criticised the German lender in an internal audit for weaknesses in fighting money laundering and in risk management, according to a German newspaper on Wednesday.
The Sueddeutsche Zeitung said the bank has 90 days to respond to
In a move that will surely address the growing concerns among states, the centre released Rs 19,950 crore as GST compensation to states and Union Territories ahead of the GST council meet, thereby taking the total amount released to them to over Rs 1.2 lakh
The Commerce Department cited security concerns that Huawei has denied
The US Commerce Department has taken another step toward cutting off Chinese telco Huawei from the overseas companies that make its semiconductors. An amended export rule would block shipments of semiconductors to Huawei to
The US government has offered up some relief to the smallest of small businesses -- self-employed freelancers, contractors and sole proprietors. But for many, that aid hasn't come quickly -- if at all.
The federal aid package passed by Congress in March enables these microbusinesses to apply for special