Charles Scharf told lawmakers that the company's structure and culture "were problematic." But he projected confidence that it could win back the public's trust after years of scandals.
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Judges ordered that Democratic members of Congress may see evidence the Justice Department wanted to keep sealed. The DOJ is expected to appeal.
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The governor is calling on the National Guard to support the containment area, by delivering food and helping to clean public spaces.
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A proposed constitutional amendment would reset term limits, giving the Russian president the ability to run again when his current term expires in 2024.
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The county includes the hospital that treated the first known U.S. case of community spread of COVID-19 — a case that went undiagnosed for days because of problems with the U.S. testing program.
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Daegu, the center of South Korea's coronavirus outbreak, tries to figure out an effective way to tackle disease.
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The president met with hospital CEOs and insurance executives before traveling to Capitol Hill to meet with Senate Republicans to talk about plans to stimulate the economy.
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Bernie Sanders' supporters are making a big push in what could be his last opportunity to regain his front-runner status. He's depending on the strength of his volunteers to make that happen.
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As the number of confirmed coronavirus cases continues to climb, election officials and candidates are weighing how to make sure the political process doesn't become the next casualty of the virus.
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