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'I made Juneteenth very famous': Trump takes credit for holiday celebrating Emancipation ProclamationPresident Donald Trump claimed in an interview with the Wall Street Journal that "nobody had ever heard of" the Juneteenth holiday.
Kudlow says White House not concerned about a second coronavirus wave: WSJWhite House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on Friday the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump is not concerned about a second wave of coronavirus cases, the Wall Street Journal reported.
California examines Amazon's business practices: WSJCalifornia investigators are examining Amazon.com Inc's business practices as part of an inquiry into the company, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter.
Four in five voters feel the nation is 'out of control', poll findsAccording to an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released Sunday, just 15% of voters think matters in the USA are under control.
Stitch Fix to lay off about 1,400 employees in California: WSJApparel seller Stitch Fix Inc, which uses algorithms and experts to ship personalized clothing selections to clients, plans to cut up to 1,400 jobs in California, the Wall Street Journal reported on..
Karen Blumenthal, 61, Dies; Journalist Turned Young-Adult AuthorAfter many years at The Wall Street Journal, she began writing books about the social forces that gave rise to hot-button issues in American culture.
U.S. DOJ closing insider trading probes into three senators: WSJThe U.S. Department of Justice is closing probes into three U.S. senators over stock trades made shortly before the coronavirus market turmoil, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday, citing..
White House considering replacing HHS chief Azar: reportsPresident Donald Trump's administration is considering replacing its secretary of Health and Human Services, Alex Azar, because of early missteps in the handling of the coronavirus pandemic, the Wall..
Former U.S. Treasury Secretary and Iraq war critic Paul O’Neill dies at 84: WSJPaul O'Neill, the blunt-spoken former head of Alcoa Corp who was fired after two rocky years as U.S. President George W. Bush's Treasury secretary, died on Saturday at the age of 84 at his home in..
U.S. expected to cover hospital costs of uninsured coronavirus patients: WSJThe Trump administration is expected to use coronavirus relief funds to pay hospitals that treat uninsured patients with the novel coronavirus as long as they do not bill them or issue unexpected..
State Department slams Pakistani court overturning of Pearl murder convictionsThe overturning by a Pakistani court of the convictions of four men in the 2002 kidnapping and murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl is "an affront to victims of terrorism everywhere," a..
Pakistan court set to free four accused in Daniel Pearl killingA Pakistani court on Thursday commuted the death sentence of the main person accused in the 2002 kidnapping and murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, and acquitted three other co-accused..
Pakistan court commutes death sentence of key accused in Pearl killing, acquits threeA Pakistani court has commuted the death sentence of the main person accused in the 2002 kidnapping and murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, and acquitted three co-accused in the..
U.S. Officials Push for Expelling Suspected Chinese Spies at Media OutletsTrump administration officials are discussing taking action after China said it would expel almost all American journalists for The New York Times, The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal.
China expels American journalists over escalating spat with U.S.China announced early on Wednesday that it was retaliating against U.S. restrictions on Chinese journalists, with actions that include rescinding the press credentials of American correspondents with..
China expels American journalists from New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington PostWashington and Beijing are engaged in an escalating media war that has seen both countries crack down on the press.
China retaliates against U.S. restrictions on journalistsChina announced early on Wednesday that it was retaliating against U.S. restrictions on Chinese journalists, including rescinding the press credentials of American correspondents with the New York..
Marriott starts furloughing tens of thousands of employees: WSJThe world's biggest hotel operator Marriott International Inc is starting to furlough what it expects will be tens of thousands of employees, amid hotel closings globally due to the virus outbreak, the..
U.S. Treasury will likely extend deadline for filing tax due to coronavirus: WSJThe Trump administration will likely push back the April 15 deadline to file taxes as part of efforts to curb the coronavirus' effects on U.S. households and businesses, the Wall Street Journal..
Japanese organizing official discusses possibility Olympics could be postponed 1-2 yearsA member of the Tokyo organizing committee's executive board told The Wall Street Journal the Games likely would not be canceled because of TV rights.
China says WSJ admitted mistakes after its reporters expelledChina's foreign ministry said on Wednesday the Wall Street Journal had been in touch with the Chinese government over a February column that Beijing says carried a racist headline, and had admitted its..
China says WSJ admitted mistakes in recent communicationsChina's foreign ministry said on Wednesday the Wall Street Journal has recently communicated with the Chinese government over a February column that Beijing says carried a racist headline and admitted..
China says WSJ reporter in Wuhan can remain in country until end of epidemicChina's foreign ministry said on Tuesday that one of the three Wall Street Journal reporters who were ordered to leave the country can remain in China as she is stranded in Wuhan, the epicenter of the..
Trump Administration Considers Punishing Chinese News OrganizationsU.S. officials said they were looking at ways to retaliate for China’s expulsion of three Wall Street Journal reporters, including evicting Chinese journalists who file intelligence reports.
China warns of further action after revoking WSJ journalists' credentialsChina warned on Thursday that it might take more action against the Wall Street Journal, a day after revoking the press credentials of three of the U.S. newspaper's correspondents over a column that..
China says media spreading racial discrimination must pay the priceMedia organizations that spread racial discrimination and maliciously smear China must pay the price, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said on Thursday, following Beijing's decision to..
Former Mexico President Pena Nieto investigated in corruption probe: reportMexican law enforcement authorities are investigating a former president, Enrique Pena Nieto, as part of an inquiry into corruption, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.
China revokes three Wall Street Journal reporters' credentialsChina has revoked the press credentials of three journalists of the Wall Street Journal after the newspaper declined to apologize for a column with a headline calling China the "real sick man of Asia",..
China expels Wall Street Journal reporters over 'racist' headline on coronavirus op-edChina expelled three Wall Street Journal reporters in retaliation for a headline on a column about coronavirus that Beijing said was 'racist.'
21 states reject $18 billion offer from U.S. distributors to settle opioid lawsuits: WSJTwenty one states reject an $18 billion settlement offer from three major drug distributors to resolve litigation over their alleged role in the opioid crisis, the Wall Street Journal reported on..
Trump to propose $4.8 trillion U.S. budget with large cuts in safety nets: Wall Street JournalU.S. President Donald Trump will release a $4.8 trillion budget on Monday that will propose steep cuts to social safety net programs and foreign aid, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday.
U.S. to evacuate its citizens from Wuhan, China: WSJThe United States is arranging a charter flight on Sunday to bring its citizens and diplomats back from the Chinese city of Wuhan, epicenter of the outbreak of a new coronavirus, the Wall Stree Journal..
U.S. DoJ preparing legal action against Live Nation for ticketing tactics: WSJU.S. Department of Justice is preparing to take legal action against Live Nation Entertainment on allegations the concert promoter has sought to strong-arm concert venues into using its dominant..
Michael Bloomberg files for Arizona primary as Democratic opponents attackMichael Bloomberg filed for the Democratic primary in Arizona today. Ken Thomas, a reporter covering the 2020 Democratic presidential campaign for the Wall Street Journal, joined CBSN with the latest..
"MVP" of Trump's 2016 Facebook campaign now working against himA former Facebook employee once hailed as an "MVP" of the Trump campaign is now working against the president. A member of Facebook's ad sales team in 2016, James Barnes is now working with a liberal..
Former UK consulate employee says Chinese secret police tortured himA 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 leading the..
Google increasingly interferes with search results, Wall Street Journal reportsA new investigation from the Wall Street Journal found that Google is interfering with its algorithms to alter users' search results. Kirsten Grind, one of the authors of the report, joined CBSN to..
Capitol Hill prepares for busy impeachment weekThe clock is ticking for Congress to complete both the impeachment inquiry and other key legislative items. CBSN political contributor Zeke Miller and Wall Street Journal congressional reporter Natalie..
Special edition of "Red and Blue": Yovanovitch says she felt threatened by TrumpA key witness in the impeachment inquiry publicly testified Friday she felt threatened by comments from President Trump. CBS News intelligence and national security reporter Olivia Gazis, Associated..
Massachusetts ex-Gov. Patrick joining Democratic race for White House: WSJFormer Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick has told people close to him that he has decided to seek the Democratic nomination for the 2020 U.S. presidential race, the Wall Street Journal reported on..
Supreme Court says relatives of Sandy Hook shooting victims can sue gunmakerThe Wall Street Journal's legal affairs reporter Brent Kendall joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss the Supreme Court's decision to not block a lawsuit filed by families of victims of the Sandy Hook..
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