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The head of the bank that came out of the financial crisis relatively unscathed now faces the Senate Banking Committee a over a far-reaching oversight scandal.
LinkedIn’s co-founder has taken to publicly denouncing the candidate, but many executives are offering only whispered critiques, fearing retaliation.
Many Congolese fear that President Joseph Kabila is trying to wiggle out of term limits and hold onto power indefinitely.
John G. Stumpf, chief of Wells Fargo, is expected to apologize to a Senate panel on Tuesday for sham accounts set up at the bank.
Donald J. Trump said at a campaign rally in Fort Myers, Fla., that lax immigration screening was to fault in allowing terrorist attackers to enter the United States.
“The People v. O.J. Simpson” had its Emmy Awards after-party very close to the courthouse where the trial took place.
Beyond the famed Angkor Wat temple, a technology known as lidar is allowing archaeologists to map and find the ancient Khmer empire’s intricate urban landscape.
The decision went against the recommendation of independent experts, and the agency is requiring an additional trial to confirm effectiveness.
The Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, England, is displaying this Dutch Master’s early allegorical depictions of sight, hearing, smell and touch together for the first time.