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U.S. Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren along with fellow Senators Richard Blumenthal and Bill Cassidy wrote a letter to Alphabet's Google on Wednesday to raise questions about its access to the health records of tens of millions of Americans.
A misleading claim about the head of the Ukrainian energy company at the heart of the House impeachment inquiry went viral across conservative pockets of social media Wednesday.
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PayPal announced today it has agreed to acquire Honey Science Corporation, the makers of a deal-finding browser add-on and mobile application, for $4 billion, mostly cash. The acquisition, which is PayPal’s largest to date, will give the payments giant
Trump's vision of the US military as a mercenary force is horrifying, but even more horrifying is that he has engaged in the seemingly purposeful, if haphazard, destruction of long-term alliances, writes Jonathan Cristol
Ambassador Gordon Sondland said at a public hearing that “at the express direction” of President Trump he urged Ukraine to announce investigations that would benefit the president politically.
RAICES, an immigrant advocacy group, says it's using $2.1 million in donations to pay bond for about 200 detained immigrants in 20 states. Organizers describe it as one of the largest coordinated efforts to pay bonds in a single day.
Bolivia’s interim government released an audio in which exiled former President Evo Morales appears to be personally coordinating efforts to deprive cities of food and plotting his return to the crisis-racked nation.