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Rod Rosenstein, U.S. deputy attorney general who appointed Mueller, submits resignation

In a letter to Trump, Rosenstein echoed two of Trump’s signature phrases.

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Trump sues Deutsche Bank and Capital One to block House subpoenas

Accounts with Capital One also targeted by U.S. lawmakers

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U.S. SEC extends compliance date for revised order-handling rule

The extension of the compliance date for amendments to the SEC rule, known as Rule 606, to Oct. 1 from May 20,

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Attorney general balks at closed-door testimony on Mueller findings: US

Barr opposes both stipulations, according to the aide.

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US Supreme Court rules ambiguous agreement cannot compel class arbitration

The case stems from a data breach suffered by Lamps Plus in 2016.

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NY investigates Facebook over storage of ´unauthorized´ email contacts

Facebook said it may have "unintentionally uploaded" email contacts of up to 1.5 million new users since May 2016

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Bail conditions may prevent Carlos Ghosn from contacting his wife for a number of months

Ghosn is facing multiple charges of alleged financial misconduct and was released on bail of ¥500 million ($4.5 million)

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Ultimatum to cabinet ministers in Huawei leak investigation: UK

Ultimatum to cabinet ministers in Huawei leak investigation Senior figures in Theresa May’s cabinet deny role in leaking details of vote in National Security Council meeting

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Judge gives U.S. six months to identify separated migrant children

The American Civil Liberties Union, which brought a class action lawsuit on behalf of parents separated from their children

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U.S. judge blocks new Trump abortion rule for health clinics

Neither the White House nor HHS immediately responded to requests from Reuters for comment.

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German bank merger crumbles as Deutsche Bank tie-up talks with Commerzbank end

Both CEOs said a deal would not have created sufficient benefits to offset the risks and costs of a merger, which had been opposed by unions fearing 30,000 job losse.

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India court upholds transgender marriage rights

State registration authorities had refused to recognize and register the marriage of a cisgender man and a transgender woman

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Energias de Portugal shareholders block takeover bid by China Three Gorges

The company had already said last year the the offer was too low.

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U.S. top court buttresses company power to arbitrate disputes

Supreme Court agreed with the company, which had argued that the arbitration must be conducted on an individual basis only

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Trump immigration plan may increase visas for highly skilled workers

The plan does not propose ways to address young people who came to the United States illegally as children who were protected by former President Barack Obama

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Ex-Nissan boss Ghosn to walk free again after posting $4.5 million bail

Bail will enable the former titan of the global auto industry to better prepare for his criminal trial expected later this year

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ExxonMobil agrees 20-year LNG deal with China´s Zhejiang Energy

The agreement, which follows a framework deal announced last October

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Lawsuit says Tyson, Cargill, JBS conspired to suppress beef prices paid to U.S. ranchers

Four of the largest U.S. beef-packing companies were accused in a lawsuit of violating federal antitrust law.

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Japanese passes law to compensate forced sterilization victims

he law, which states that “we seriously reflect and deeply apologize,” promises to pay each victim 3.2 million yen ($29,000) in compensation

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Prosecution lawyers threaten to walk out in protest at low pay: UK

Independent barristers in England and Wales can earn less than £50 for a day in court

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