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Reuters › 2 hours ago
British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab on Wednesday condemned China's treatment of a former employee of Britain's Hong Kong consulate who told a newspaper Chinese secret police beat him as they sought information about pro-democracy protests in the...
One America News Network › 2 hours ago
HONG KONG (Reuters) - British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab on Wednesday condemned China's treatment of a former employee of Britain's Hong Kong consulate who told a newspaper Chinese secret police
One America News Network › 3 hours ago
LONDON (Reuters) - A former employee of Britain’s Hong Kong consulate said Chinese secret police beat him, deprived him of sleep and chained him as they pressed him for information about activists
The Wall Street Journal › 4 hours ago
Simon Cheng, a Hong Kong citizen, said he was questioned repeatedly about the role his interrogators presumed Britain was playing in fomenting the unrest in the city.
The Wall Street Journal › 4 hours ago
Evo Morales, the exiled former president of Bolivia, said he is willing to sit out the country’s next presidential election if he can finish the last few months of his term and, together with the opposition, name a new electoral authority to oversee...
CNBC › Finance › 10 hours ago
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn is placing a $400 million bet against struggling malls, taking on two of the largest investment firms, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
UPI › 11 hours ago
Washington D.C., Attorney General Karl Racine filed a lawsuit against delivery service DoorDash on Tuesday alleging the company misled customers about where their tips were going.
Business Insider › Lifestyle › 12 hours ago
There's a surplus of multimillion-dollar luxury ranches out west because they are becoming less appealing to younger generations, according to Katherine Clarke from The Wall Street Journal. But in the midst of this surplus, rapper Kanye West has been...
CNN › Opinions › 12 hours ago
Vindman and the other witnesses who have defied Trump administration orders not to testify, have-- one after the other--explained their unquestioning commitment to their country, writes Frida Ghitis. To battle these high-minded public servants, the...
Republicans called Kurt Volker to testify and he promptly shut down the right wing's biggest allegation against Joe Biden
Business Insider › Politics › 12 hours ago
Kurt Volker, former US special representative to Ukraine, promptly shut down the GOP's allegations of corruption against former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter, in testimony before Congress. The Republicans on the Intelligence Committee...
Nintendo's first store in Japan opens this Friday, and it looks like a Nintendo-lover's paradise — here's what it's like inside (NTDOY)
Business Insider › Entertainment › 15 hours ago
Nintendo just opened a brand-new flagship store, Nintendo Tokyo, in its home country of Japan. Nintendo Tokyo is located on the sixth floor of Shibuya Parco, a new department store in Tokyo's Shibuya district. A new Pokémon-themed store called Pok...
American Express is paying some merchants up to $450,000 to start accepting its cards. Here’s what small business owners should know about the sign-up bonus.
Business Insider › 15 hours ago
AnnaMaria Andriotis writes in the Wall Street Journal about a years-long effort by American Express to get holdout merchants to accept its credit cards. AmEx sales representatives are authorized to pay new merchants up to $20,000, according to...
Forbes › Finance › 15 hours ago
In this post, I examine what is propelling the optimism in the latest discussions on the trade agreement. What’s propelling the optimism?
Reuters › Politics › 16 hours ago
The U.S. Army will take measures to protect Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman and his family if needed, perhaps by moving them to a military base, after the key witness in the Democrat-led impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump expressed...
Washington Examiner › 16 hours ago
The U.S. military is prepared to move Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman to a secure location should he or his family be deemed in physical danger as a result of his public testimony in the impeachment investigation into President Trump.
An Impeachment Witness Told His Dad "Not To Worry" About Repercussions He Might Face For Raising Concerns About The President
BuzzFeed › 18 hours ago
"I will be fine for telling the truth," Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman testified.View Entire Post ›
Fox News › 18 hours ago
"This does not spark joy."
CNBC › 18 hours ago
In the past five years, American Express shares have risen about 32%, while Mastercard is up 230% and Visa's stock has soared about 190%.
Uber's former CEO Travis Kalanick offloads another $171 million in stock as his massive sell-off continues
Business Insider › Finance › 19 hours ago
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick offloaded another $171 million worth of stock over a five-day period ended Monday, according to an SEC filing. The sale further distances Kalanick's portfolio from the company he founded. He's sold more than $882 million...
USA Today › Entertainment › 20 hours ago
Elizabeth Banks' 'Charlie's Angels' suffered in box offices on opening weekend, but the director tweeted out her support for the film regardless.