Globe & Mail (Toronto, Canada). July 24, 2017, A3.
Company legal issue, United States. Congress -- Powers and duties, Presidential aides -- Investigations, Electioneering -- Investigations, Political campaigns -- Investigations, Presidents -- Staff, Presidents -- Investigations, and Russia -- Investigations
The probe into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin is entering a new and perilous stage as investigators interview key witnesses under oath and expand their scrutiny [...]
VANCOUVER -- Illinois members of Congress have joined a growing list of critics who are blasting U.S. tariffs against Canadian newsprint, saying the duties are jeopardizing American newspapers already in [...]
Information services industry, Internet/Web advertising, Company legal issue, Market trend/market analysis, Facebook Inc. -- Officials and employees, European Union. European Parliament -- Conferences, meetings and seminars, Chief executive officers -- Conferences, meetings and seminars, Information services -- Investigations, Information services industry -- Investigations, and Internet/Web advertising -- Forecasts and trends
Mark Zuckerberg confronted a hostile European Parliament on Tuesday as politicians grilled the Facebook chief executive on whether his company is a monopoly that has become a threat to democracy [...]
Globe & Mail (Toronto, Canada). June 20, 2018, B1.
WASHINGTON -- In the opening weeks of Donald Trump's presidency, his advisers came to the government department responsible for trade negotiations with a question: How could they pull the country [...]
Globe & Mail (Toronto, Canada). June 2, 2015, A11.
The Associated Press -- Political activity, United States. House of Representatives -- Political activity, United States. National Security Agency -- Political activity, United States. Congress -- Political activity, News agencies -- Political activity, and News agencies -- Political aspects
WASHINGTON -- For the first time since Sept. 11, 2001, U.S. Congress curtailed the National Security Agency's authority to track suspected terrorists as lawmakers struggled to restore approval for mass [...]
The Associated Press -- Product defects and recalls, United States. Congress, News agencies -- Product defects and recalls, Executives, and Political recall
WASHINGTON -- Volkswagen AG's top American executive apologized Thursday as the emissions-rigging scandal engulfing the world's largest auto maker deepened and members of U.S. Congress said the company had violated [...]
OTTAWA -- A U.S. congressional watchdog is calling for stricter oversight of investments or takeovers by Chinese companies and a ban on Beijing's state-owned or state-controlled entities from buying U.S. [...]