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The campaign's refusal to rule out using hacked information is a contrast to a Democratic presidential field who have promised not to.
The FTC said last year it was investigating reports that the British consulting firm Cambridge Analytica improperly gained access to the data of tens of millions of Facebook users.
Trump pointed to drug-trafficking charges that federal prosecutors in New York filed against one of the largest drug distribution companies in the U.S.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said in a statement that she will co-chair a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris next month that will seek to have world leaders and tech companies agree to a pledge, called the Christchurch Call, to eliminate extremist content on social media,
The podcast appears to be an audio version of discussions the Facebook founder has been having as part of a 2019 resolution.
Sweden and Norway have seen unusual pre-season forest fires spark in southern parts of their territory, triggering fear of a sequel of 2018's "summer of ashes".
Ceremonies have taken place in Armenia to mark the anniversary of mass killings and forced deportations of up to 1.5 million Armenians.
Vladimir Putin said he saw "nothing wrong" with easing the path to Russian citizenship for residents of separatist-controlled eastern Ukraine after the European Union condemned the move.
Ahead of Euronews' European elections coverage, we're out and about to find out what YOU want for the future of the EU. Our reporter Stuart Oates has been sofa surfing across the continent, staying with locals to find out what's important to them. In this instalment, he's in France.
Thousands of unexploded relics of World War II's extensive aerial bombardment are found in Germany every year, even 74 years after the end of the war.
Cars were submerged after severe storms in Texas dumped thousands of gallons of water into a garage at Dallas Love Field Airport.
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An exhibition in Jerusalem is showing how women from three different religions wear similarly modest dresses.
With an election nearing, rural issues are gaining increasing prominence in Spain
Children under five should spend less time sitting watching screens and play more if they are to grow up healthy, according to new guidelines issued by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Trump called himself the "most transparent president ever" amid blocking officials from appearing before Congress and suing to keep financial documents secret.
EU Elections 2019: Who is Ska Keller? And what does she stand for?
Legendary British theatre director Peter Brook has won the prestigious Princess of Asturias arts prize.
King was rebuked by the House and stripped of his committee assignments by his own party for racist remarks.
"We would ask that Lyra's life and her personal philosophy are used as an example to us all as we face this tragedy together," McKee's family said.
“You cannot prevail against fearmongers using their methods”
Romanian MPs have today approved criminal law changes that could shut down several ongoing high-level graft cases in what experts consider is one of the EU's most corrupt countries.
If confirmed, it would be the first time seismic activity ever detected on the Red Planet.
British culture minister Jeremy Wright did not rule out a criminal investigation after press leaked China's Huawei Technologies' involvement in 5G network supply chains.
One opposition Labour Party lawmaker called the president "deluded, dishonest, xenophobic" and "narcissistic."
The roof renovation company repairing Notre Dame's roof confirmed to Euronews their workers smoked on top of the roof but denied it being at the origin of the fire that ravaged the gothic monument a week ago.
Changes to the island's ice sheet could transform the entire planet, scientists say.
The exhibition delves into the similarities and differences between the various veils worn by some Muslims, Jews and Christians who all walk the streets of Jerusalem.
Trump still equated talk of Russian meddling with the legitimacy of his own election, The New York Times reported.
Scotland must have second independence referendum by 2021 if Brexit goes ahead, says First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.