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Bob Weinstein insists 'business is continuing' amid brother's scandal
Bob Weinstein, co-chairman of The Weinstein Company, told ABC News in a statement Friday that the studio remains unaffected by the scandal involving his older brother, Harvey Weinstein . Though the Wall Street Journal reported that the production company was likely to be shuttered or sold, Bob
New espionage museum to open in New York City in December
A museum dedicated to espionage is coming to New York in December. Spyscape, a 60,000 square foot (5,574 square meter) spy museum developed by the British investment group Archimedia, will be located in midtown Manhattan. The Wall Street Journal reports the attraction will feature seven main
NFL commissioner's wife defended him with Twitter account
Roger Goodell's wife Jane Skinner Goodell stood up for her husband using an anonymous Twitter account that was deleted after its connection to Jane Goodell was made public by The Wall Street Journal.
Iran nuclear deal: How Trump's plan to pressure Tehran could play out
After months of bashing the Iran nuclear accord while simultaneously keeping it alive, President Trump is expected to "decertify" the agreement in a speech Friday as part of his new policy toward Iran. But decertification is strictly a matter of U.S. law, a step the Trump administration hopes will
Should you add a loan to your shopping cart?
The next time you shop online, you may see a new way to pay at checkout - a personal loan with fixed monthly payments
German journalist stands trial in Turkey on terror charges
German journalist Mesale Tolu has appeared before a court on terror charges, the first of 11 German or German-Turkish citizens arrested in Turkey to go on trial
Apple to partner with Steven Spielberg on 1980s TV series reboot
Apple will reportedly team up with Steven Spielberg to revive his "Amazing Stories" anthology series.
WSJ journalist convicted in Turkey of spreading propaganda
The Wall Street Journal says one of its reporters has been convicted in Turkey of terrorist propaganda and has been sentenced to 2 years and one month in prison
Apple teams with Steven Spielberg on video expansion
Apple is teaming up with award-winning director Steven Spielberg for its first major push into TV programming
Indiana vague about reasons for withholding Pence's emails
Indiana officials are refusing to release an indeterminate number of emails from private AOL.com accounts Mike Pence used as governor, and they're not saying whether the vice president's lawyers influenced which messages should be withheld