Huawei, HSBC Strike Deal in Hong Kong Over Documents in Extradition Fight

HONG KONG—A monthslong legal fight by Huawei Technologies Co. Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou to obtain documents from HSBC Holdings

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Amid a Wave of Hacks, Biden Moves to Fill Key Cyber Posts

WASHINGTON—President Biden is expected to name two former National Security Agency officials to high-level cybersecurity positions Monday, as the White

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Whistleblower Program for Auto Safety Has Yet To Launch, Years After Congress Mandated It

For Kim Gwang-ho, it has been 1,700 days since he first told U.S. regulators that his then-employer, Hyundai Motor Co.

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NRA to Aggressively Lobby Against Gun Measures, Despite Its Financial Woes

The National Rifle Association says it is ready to aggressively lobby against federal and state gun-control measures being considered in

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Boulder Shooting Suspect Charged With 10 Counts of First-Degree Murder

Police have identified a 21-year-old man from a Denver suburb as the gunman who shot and killed 10 people at

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Biden White House’s Ties to Big Tech Are Detailed in New Disclosures

WASHINGTON—Several members of President Biden’s White House staff have ties to companies with major stakes in the administration’s positions on

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Japan Court Rules Same-Sex Couples Have Constitutional Right to Marry in Landmark Decision

Plaintiffs’ lawyers and supporters showed a banner that reads ‘big first step toward marriage equality’ outside the district court in

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Wave of Legal Appeals Challenges How European Regulators Enforce Privacy Rules

Nearly three years after a sweeping privacy law took effect in Europe, regulators are seeing more sanction decisions challenged and

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Does Covid Have You Feeling Like a Fraud at Work?

Such persistent feelings can signal impostor syndrome, where self-doubts engender fears of being exposed as a fraud despite one’s accomplishments.

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