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T-Mobile U.S. profit beats estimates as it signs up more customers
T-Mobile US Inc first-quarter revenue and profit jumped from a year earlier, beating Wall Street's estimates, as competitive pricing lured new subscribers to its monthly cellphone plans.
Judge gives U.S. six months to identify separated migrant children
A U.S. judge said on Thursday he would order the Trump administration to comb through the records of 47,000 immigrant children and within six months identify those separated from their parents after crossing the Mexican border.
UK's Prince William meets survivors of Christchurch mosque shootings
Britain's Prince William met survivors of a deadly shooting at two mosques in Christchurch, including a five-year-old girl recovering in hospital, during a two-day visit to New Zealand.
Weekend preview: Fords hope to continue roll at Talladega
the seven most recent race trophies all belong to the manufacturer and its teams.
U.S. judge blocks Trump's cutoff of family planning subsidies: plaintiffs
A federal judge in Washington state on Thursday blocked a Trump administration cutoff of U.S. subsidies for poor women obtaining birth control from Planned Parenthood and other clinics that offer abortion services or information to patients, according to the state attorney general.
New York investigating Facebook over storage of 'unauthorized' email contacts
New York Attorney General Letitia James said on Thursday she is investigating Facebook Inc's unauthorized storage of up to 1.5 million Facebook users' email contact databases, the latest privacy issue to affect the U.S. social media giant.
Amazon aims to bring one-day delivery to Prime members around the globe
Amazon.com Inc plans to deliver packages to members of its loyalty club Prime in just one day, instead of two days, part of a spending ramp-up that might curb future profits after a blockbuster first quarter.
New coffees, delivery push fuel Starbucks quarterly sales, profit view
Starbucks Corp raised its full-year profit forecast and beat Wall Street estimates for quarterly same-store sales on Thursday, as its new Cloud Macchiato, Matcha tea and cold brews in the United States and speedy delivery network in China drew more customers.
Kim Jong Un says peace on Korean peninsula depends on U.S. attitude: KCNA
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, during his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, said peace and security on the Korean peninsula will entirely depend on the future U.S. attitude, state media Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said on Friday.
Stephen Moore, Trump's pick for Fed, says he is not withdrawing
Stephen Moore, U.S. President Donald's Trump pick to fill a vacant seat at the Federal Reserve, says he will continue to pursue his nomination even as a trail of his dismissive comments about women and the Midwest have sparked renewed criticism by Democratic lawmakers.