Prosecutors want crackdown on websites selling illegal sex
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Pentagon chief troubled by Philippine president's comments
California police show videos of fatal shooting of black man
Police released two videos Friday showing an officer fatally shooting an unarmed black man in a San Diego suburb and said they hoped showing the footage would ease escalating tensions. The videos show ...
A Deutsche Bank settlement overshadows U.S. equities
Deutsche Bank will likely cast a pall over equity markets next week as the largest German lender navigates a possible multi-billion dollar settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice over the sale of mortgage-backed bonds. Deutsche shares traded in the United States hit a record low on Thursday, falling as much as 24 percent since the DOJ asked the bank to pay $14 billion to settle charges related to its sale of toxic mortgage bonds before the financial crisis. Analysts at Morgan Stanley estimated Deutsche could pay about $6 billion to settle with the DOJ.
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Charlotte police to release full video in black man's deathCHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) ? Police in Charlotte say they will release all of the dashcam and body camera video from the fatal shooting of a black man that sparked in riots in the city.
Philippine president's Hitler remarks 'deeply troubling': Pentagon chief
Ko Olina (United States) (AFP) - Pentagon chief Ashton Carter on Friday blasted the "deeply troubling" remarks by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, in which he likened his deadly war on crime to Hitler's efforts to exterminate Jews.
California opens pathway for cars that lack steering wheelCalifornia regulators have changed course and opened a pathway for the public to get self-driving cars of the future that lack a steering wheel or pedals. It's not going to happen soon, because automakers ...
Volkswagen reaches $1.2B settlement with dealers in scandalSAN FRANCISCO (AP) ? Volkswagen has agreed to pay its U.S. dealers up to $1.2 billion to compensate them for losses they said they suffered as a result of the company's emissions cheating scandal, according to a settlement agreement filed Friday in federal court in San Francisco.