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Marriott data breach traced to Chinese hackers, now US plans response

The hacking of Marriott’s Starwood chain, which was discovered only in September and revealed late last month, is not expected to be part of the coming indictments.

Yellow, green, saffron: Colours of protests around the world

What kind of political movements have built their messages around colour in the past? Here's a brief review of a few.

China’s hacking against US on the rise: Intelligence official

The comments are notable because US complaints about Chinese hacking have to date focused on espionage and intellectual property theft, not efforts to disrupt critical infrastructure.

UK PM May’s lawmakers trigger confidence vote in her leadership

A ballot will be held between 1800 and 2000 on Wednesday in a room at the House of Commons and an announcement made as soon as possible afterwards.

US Senate to consider resolution condemning Saudi crown prince

Republican Senator Bob Corker said he expected the measure to pass the Senate, noting that its co-sponsors include Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

Texas executes man convicted of 1993 murder

In his last words, Braziel expressed thanks to "all those overseas, Italy and France, for their support for death row prisoners.

Trump administration asks US top court to restore asylum order

The Justice Department said in its request to the Supreme Court that the injunction frustrated the government's effort to re-establish control over the southern border and reduce illegal crossings.

A look at where the investigations related to Trump stand

Flynn has admitted lying to the FBI just days after Trump took office about conversations he had during the transition with the then-Russian ambassador to the United States.

Malaysian ex-PM Najib Razak slapped with new charge over 1MDB scandal

The charges came after the auditor-general revealed last month that some details had been removed from the 1MDB report.

Red tape, funding problems hamper Lion Air black box search

Weeks of delays in the search for the second 'black box' may complicate the task of explaining how 189 people died when the Lion Air Boeing 737 MAX crashed into the Java Sea on Oct. 29.

Donald Trump threatens shutdown in wild encounter with Democrats

The public clash marked Trump's first meeting with the newly empowered Democrats since their midterm victories that put them in control of the House

California judge orders Stormy Daniels to pay Trump legal fees

Stormy Daniels must pay President Donald Trump nearly $293,000 for his attorneys' fees and another $1,000 in sanctions after her defamation suit against him was dismissed

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