U.S. News 2 April 2018

Fox News host Laura Ingraham goes on vacation as more advertisers dump her over Parkland tweet

At least 14 companies have pulled their commercials from The Ingraham Angle.

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Amazon executives have started their headquarters search visits. Here's what they're reportedly asking about

Amazon representatives are visiting finalist HQ2 cities and looking at the talent the e-commerce giant could attract.

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Equifax says a 'small percentage' of people affected by its data breach have gotten wrong letters

Equifax has been sending out erroneous notification letters to some of those affected, the company said.

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Commvault faces proxy battle with activist hedge fund Elliott Management

Elliott is expected to nominate four directors for Commvault's 11-member board and is believed to control more than 10 percent of the tech company's shares

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Why Sinclair made dozens of local news anchors recite the same script

On local news stations across the United States last month, dozens of anchors gave the same speech to their combined millions of viewers.

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Trump demands Congress go to the 'nuclear option' to pass a border bill

President Trump said moving to the "nuclear option" is the only way to muscle border protections through Congress.

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Biotech stock Alkermes plunges 20% after FDA refuses to review its depression treatment

Alkermes announced Monday it received a "Refusal to File" letter from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration regarding the company's application for a new drug called ALKS 5461.

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Mark Zuckerberg on Tim Cook’s criticism of Facebook: It’s 'extremely glib and not aligned with the truth'

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg rejected Apple CEO Tim Cook's critique of his company's business model.

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More companies partnered up for April Fools' ventures

Many brands have been partnering with each other to create April Fools' jokes.

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Former Walmart US CEO says Congress should consider splitting up Amazon

Two retail experts weigh in on Amazon's influence, saying it has created a playing field that is not level.

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As 2Q begins, strong profits seen overcoming concerns about big tech

Opinions are divided about the markets in the second quarter.

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Trump looks to America's past, not its future

As a candidate, Trump gazed back at past glory with his "Make America Great Again" slogan. As president, he pursues an unlikely quest to push back historical tides.

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Trump says the deal to legalize the status of young adult immigrants called Dreamers is off

President Donald Trump said that there will be no deal to legalize the status of young adult immigrants called Dreamers.

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US safety agency is 'unhappy' Tesla's Model X crash data was made public

Regulators were "unhappy" that Tesla made public information about the crash of its Model X vehicle on Autopilot that killed the driver last month.

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US Treasury yields rise after data

U.S. government debt yields rose slightly in light volume Monday after a new round of economic data.

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