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'We're not at war with banks': Morrison

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission would be watching them "very, very carefully indeed". Treasurer Scott Morrison revealed extra funding for police and intelligence agencies as well as an increase in tuition fees for university students.


President Trump defends sharing 'terrorism' facts with Russians

President Trump defends sharing 'terrorism' facts with Russians

US National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster denies the report of US President Donald Trump revealing classified information to Russian officials in the Oval Office, during a statement to the press outside of the West Wing at the White House in Washington, DC, May 15, 2017 .


Trade Desk soaring, +32.2% after 'perfect' earnings

Trade Desk soaring, +32.2% after 'perfect' earnings

Vetr upgraded shares of Trade Desk from a "sell" rating to a "buy" rating and set a $40.00 target price for the company in a research report on Thursday, March 30th. IBD'S TAKE: Trade Desk zoomed past its 46.31 buy point from a two-month consolidation and its 8-week cup base is out of buy range. If you are viewing this story on another site, it was illegally copied and reposted in violation of USA and worldwide copyright laws.


US court to hear case against Trump's travel ban

US court to hear case against Trump's travel ban

During a Fox News interview in January, the former mayor claimed that Trump had asked him to produce a memo describing a strategy for lawfully enacting a "Muslim ban". Allowing other federal courts to weigh in on a complex issue or policy, commonly referred to as "percolation", is something that means "a hard legal question is more likely to be answered correctly", Richard Posner, a federal appeals court judge, has said .


Europol Suggests Ransomware Cyber-attack Could Grow

Europol Suggests Ransomware Cyber-attack Could Grow

The ransomware encrypted data on the computers, demanding payments of $300 to $600 in Bitcoins to restore access. The cyber attack that crippled NHS computer systems is the biggest of its kind ever launched, security chiefs have said. The attack exploited a vulnerability in Microsoft Windows that was patched in March but not on machines that had not been updated or patched, according to NPR .