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Representative Duncan Hunter Pleads Guilty To Misusing Campaign Funds

Representative Duncan Hunter Pleads Guilty To Misusing Campaign Funds

Hunter had originally pleaded not guilty and blamed his wife for financial wrongdoing.
Economic Protests Are Spreading Across The Globe. Here’s Where And Why.

Economic Protests Are Spreading Across The Globe. Here’s Where And Why.

What begins as protests over inequality can evolve into cultural upheaval.

UnitedHealth expects 2020 earnings largely below estimates

Health insurer UnitedHealth Group on Monday issued its adjusted earnings forecast for 2020, the mid-point of which was below analysts' estimates.

Wells Fargo names Scott Powell as COO

Wells Fargo & Co said on Monday Scott Powell will become chief operating officer, the second external recruit to join the top ranks since Chief Executive Charles Scharf took over six weeks ago.

Why Cybersecurity Isn’t Only a Tech Problem

Thomas Parenty and Jack Domet, cofounders of the cybersecurity firm Archefact Group, say that most organizations are approaching cybersecurity all wrong. Whether they’re running small companies or

Your smart TV might be spying on you, FBI warns

Hackers can take over your TV set to change channels, turn up volume or cyberstalk through its microphone and camera.
Trump plans to move forward with more China tariffs this month, report says

Trump plans to move forward with more China tariffs this month, report says

Previous reports indicated further tariffs could be delayed as part of a broader trade agreement the US and China announced in October.

New Nissan CEO rules out closer capital ties with Renault

Nissan Motor Co is committed to its automaking alliance with Renault SA but will not look to deepen its capital ties with the French automaker any time soon, its new CEO said on Monday.

Wall Street falls on weak manufacturing data, trade woes

Wall Street retreated on Monday as disappointing U.S. economic data and fresh trade worries dampened investor risk appetite.

China's facial recognition rollout reaches into mobile phones, shops and homes

China on Sunday put into effect new regulations that require Chinese telecom carriers to scan the faces of users registering new mobile phone services, a move the government says is aimed at cracking

Retailers sold potentially dangerous products after recalls

Safety regulators say 19 products pose hazards, including infant death, fire, cuts and other injuries.

Tackling Leadership Struggles, Burnout, and Performance Anxiety

Leading a group of people can produce chronic anxiety, but many leaders who suffer from anxiety don’t even realize it. In today’s episode we explore anxiety related to leadership and how performance
Hugh Grant is going door-to-door to persuade Brits against the 'terrifying prospect' of a Boris Johnson government

Hugh Grant is going door-to-door to persuade Brits against the 'terrifying prospect' of a Boris Johnson government

The actor told Business Insider that Johnson's Conservatives "must be stopped" at next week's general election.
YouTube said it deleted more than 300 Trump reelection campaign ads, without saying exactly why

YouTube said it deleted more than 300 Trump reelection campaign ads, without saying exactly why

YouTube said it removed more than 300 Trump campaign ads, CBS' "60 Minutes" reported. The president has long accused Silicon Valley of being anti-GOP.
A ‘National Clown Show’: Navy SEAL Who Served In Eddie Gallagher’s Platoon Speaks Out

A ‘National Clown Show’: Navy SEAL Who Served In Eddie Gallagher’s Platoon Speaks Out

Former sniper Chris Shumake spoke out publicly for the first time in an interview with the New York Times.
A Majority of Republicans Say Trump is Better President Than Lincoln

A Majority of Republicans Say Trump is Better President Than Lincoln

Trump beats out lots of Republican former presidents, although Ronald Reagan is the one exception.
Toll at least 21 after Mexico cartel attack near U.S. border

Toll at least 21 after Mexico cartel attack near U.S. border

Filed under: News, World News, TragedyMEXICO CITY — Mexican security forces on Sunday killed seven more members of a presumed cartel assault force that rolled into a town near the Texas border and
Joe Biden nibbled on his wife's finger in a bizarre campaign stop moment

Joe Biden nibbled on his wife's finger in a bizarre campaign stop moment

While Jill Biden's arm was outstretched, her husband leaned forward and bit down on the tip of her index finger for some reason.

5G broadband is an existential threat to cable companies, but execs and investors aren't worried

5G has the potential to wreak havoc on cable companies, but industry executives say cable infrastructure will shield them from competition.

Chinese tech groups shaping UN facial recognition standards

Companies hope to gain an edge by laying the groundwork for global rules