WASHINGTON - The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to reinstate for the Nov. 8 general election Ohio's so-called Golden Week voting procedures, when people could register and cast ballots in the same week, that had been abolished by a Republican-backed law.
WASHINGTON - American intelligence agencies are concerned about reports that foreign governments may be attempting to undermine the Nov. 8 U.S. elections through cyber attacks, Admiral Mike Rogers, the director of the National Security Agency, said on Tuesday.
HAMBURG, - A new forecast of a record U.S. soybean crop weakened prices in Europe's animal feed meal market on Tuesday, with buyers expecting the downward trend to continue.
WASHINGTON - A protester was punched at a campaign rally for Donald Trump in North Carolina as the Republican presidential candidate decried his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton for dismissing his supporters as "deplorables."
NEW YORK - U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said on Tuesday federal regulators were correct to punish Wells Fargo & Co for setting up sham accounts without customers' knowledge, but stopped short of calling for a clawback of pay from the head of the unit where the wrongdoing took place.
WASHINGTON - U.S. Senator John McCain said on Tuesday he would use his power to block the confirmation of a key cybersecurity official if necessary to prevent any Obama administration move to separate the U.S.
President Barack Obama on Monday urged U.S. insurers offering coverage next year under his national healthcare law to step up their efforts to enroll those who remain uninsured, especially younger and healthier Americans.
FRANKFURT/NEW YORK - The board of U.S. seed market leader Monsanto Co is set to meet on Tuesday to decide whether to approve a sale to Germany's Bayer AG for more than $65 billion after more than four months of negotiations, people familiar with the matter said.
In the 1960’s, before conflict of interest disclosure was required, the sugar industry sponsored research promoting dietary fat as an important cause of coronary heart disease, and downplaying the role of sugar, according to a special report in JAMA Internal Medicine.
WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign acknowledged on Monday, Sept. 12, that it mishandled a health scare for the Democratic candidate that revived concerns about a tendency toward secrecy that has dogged her run for the White House. Clinton, 68, and Republican rival Donald Trump, 70, both intend to release more medical details in the coming days after the former secretary of state came down with pneumonia, highlighting a focus on their health in the run-up to the Nov. 8 election.