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Brexit in turmoil as UK PM May pulls vote on her EU divorce deal12/10/2018 6:26:47 PM Prime Minister Theresa May abruptly postponed a parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal on Monday, throwing Britain's plan to leave the European Union into chaos after admitting that she faced a rout.EU's Tusk says Brexit deal not up for renegotiation, will hold talks12/10/2018 6:26:07 PM European Council President Donald Tusk said on Monday Brexit would be discussed at the council meeting on Thursday, including how to help the British government ratify the exit process, but that the Withdrawal Agreement was not up for renegotiation.U.S. top court, Kavanaugh spurn Planned Parenthood defunding case12/10/2018 6:20:47 PM The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected appeals by Louisiana and Kansas seeking to end their public funding to women's healthcare and abortion provider Planned Parenthood through the Medicaid program, with President Donald Trump's appointee Brett Kavanaugh among the justices who rebuffed the states.U.S. sanctions three North Korean officials for suspected rights abuses12/10/2018 6:14:29 PM The United States on Monday imposed sanctions on three North Korea officials, including a top aide to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, citing "ongoing and serious human rights abuses and censorship," the U.S. Treasury Department said on Monday.Huawei CFO returns to Canadian court for bail hearing12/10/2018 6:14:12 PM A top executive of Chinese tech giant Huawei Technologies returned to a Canadian court on Monday to fight for her freedom with the help of pressure from Beijing against prosecutors' claims she cannot be trusted.Qualcomm wins preliminary China import ruling against some iPhone models12/10/2018 6:12:27 PM Chip supplier Qualcomm Inc on Monday said it had won a preliminary order from a Chinese court banning the sale of several Apple Inc iPhone models in China due to two patent violations around software features, though Apple said its phones remain available in the country.UK Labour Party will bring no confidence motion when likely to be successful12/10/2018 6:09:42 PM Britain's opposition Labour Party said on Monday it would only launch a motion of no confidence in Prime Minister Theresa May's government when it felt it would most likely be successful.Heavy snow kills one, snarls travel, in U.S. southeast12/10/2018 5:47:35 PM An intense snow storm headed out to sea on Monday after dumping up to 2 feet of snow on parts of the southeastern United States, leaving one person dead in North Carolina and cutting off power for more than 200,000 people.Ghosn, Nissan formally charged in financial misconduct scandal12/10/2018 5:44:35 PM Tokyo prosecutors indicted Carlos Ghosn, the ousted chairman of Nissan , for under-reporting his income, and officially charged the automaker for its role in the financial misconduct scandal that has shocked the industry.Trump calls hush money payments a 'simple private transaction'12/10/2018 5:31:30 PM Donald Trump on Monday defended hush money payments reported by his former lawyer, responding a day after Democratic lawmakers said the U.S. president could face impeachment and jail time if the transactions are proven to violate campaign finance laws.S&P drops to eight-month low on global growth worries12/10/2018 5:27:58 PM The S&P 500 fell to an eight-month low on Monday as Apple Inc, as well as financial and healthcare sectors led losses on mounting worries over global growth, the U.S.-China trade war and uncertainty over Britain's exit from the European Union.Exclusive: Nissan, ex-chairman clash over Rio apartment filled with art, cash - filing12/10/2018 5:24:39 PM A Rio de Janeiro apartment containing cash, art works and personal belongings of Carlos Ghosn has become the latest battleground between the indicted former Nissan Motor Co Ltd chairman and the automaker.Macron faces pressure to change tack as French unrest slows economy12/10/2018 5:10:57 PM President Emmanuel Macron met French lawmakers, trade unions and business groups on Monday before giving a national address when he will respond to violent anti-government protests convulsing the country.Climate change creates mutant fugu, a deadly Japanese delicacy12/10/2018 4:57:52 PM The road, hemmed in on one side by empty warehouses and the other by a concrete seawall, ends abruptly in a desolate parking lot. Men step out of their cars and into the darkness, then slip behind the sliding doors of a warehouse. Inside, they huddle under floodlights and wait. A clock on the wall ticks to ten past three in the morning.Stocks extend sell-off on growth and Brexit worries12/10/2018 4:57:37 PM A gauge of global equities stumbled on Monday, putting it on track for its fifth straight daily decline, as losses in Europe and Asia extended to Wall Street on new signs the U.S.-China trade spat was impacting world economic growth.EU court cites union goal to let UK stop Brexit12/10/2018 4:38:23 PM The European Union's top court ruled on Monday that the British government may reverse its decision to leave the bloc without consulting other member states, a decision welcomed by those campaigning to stop Brexit.Deep losses leave Big Tech with small earnings multiples12/10/2018 4:26:06 PM Deep losses in Amazon Inc, Apple Inc, Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc have left the former tech favorites at their lowest earnings multiples in years, offering potential bargains to cold-blooded investors looking to buy stocks at a time of heightened fear.The next worry for U.S. stocks: shrinking profit forecasts12/10/2018 4:24:19 PM The growing ranks of stock market Eeyores now have another reason to stay glum: Next year's profit picture is darkening fast.Verizon says to shed 10,400 jobs by mid next year12/10/2018 4:08:46 PM Verizon Communications Inc said on Monday that about 10,400 employees will be leaving the U.S. wireless carrier by mid next year as part of the company's voluntary separation program.UK PM May says Brexit is her duty, will seek new reassurances from EU12/10/2018 3:55:22 PM British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Monday that it was her duty to deliver Brexit, and that she would seek reassurances needed by parliament to complete the process.