Suspect in huge Capital One breach seeks release from jail

Suspect in huge Capital One breach seeks release from jail



Argentina's Fernandez says would join Mexico, Uruguay in promoting talks with Venezuela's Maduro

Argentina's Fernandez says would join Mexico, Uruguay in promoting talks with Venezuela's MaduroArgentine presidential candidate Alberto Fernandez said on Tuesday that if he wins the October election he would join Mexico and Uruguay in promoting dialogue with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. The potential foreign policy shift in Latin America's third largest economy would end nearly four years of strident criticism of Maduro under Argentine President Mauricio Macri, who like most regional leaders have recognized opposition leader Juan Guaido as Venezuela's rightful leader.



Dominican's largest drug trafficking gang dismantled after raids, says prosecutor

Dominican's largest drug trafficking gang dismantled after raids, says prosecutorThe Dominican Republic's top prosecutor said on Tuesday that the Caribbean nation's largest drug trafficking gang has been dismantled, a group that allegedly used two former professional baseball players to launder assets. Former Major League Baseball pitcher Octavio Dotel was arrested earlier on Tuesday, while Luis Castillo, also a former player, was named by authorities as being part of the gang. More than 40 raids were carried out across the country in connection with the case, according to Dominican Attorney General Jean Alain Rodriguez.



Sketch of suspect released in California campus slaying

Sketch of suspect released in California campus slayingPolice on Tuesday released a sketch and surveillance images of a suspect in the stabbing death of a retired college administrator at California State University, Fullerton. Authorities were trying to identify the man a day after Steven Shek Keung Chan, the university's former budget and finance director, was stabbed numerous times inside his silver Infiniti in a campus parking lot. The attacker targeted Chan specifically, although investigators were still trying to determine a motive, police said.



ANALYSIS-Dropping global bond yields, recession fears put BOJ in a bind

ANALYSIS-Dropping global bond yields, recession fears put BOJ in a bindDownward-spiralling bond yields and other potential signs of global recession have strung a tightrope for the Bank of Japan: it must keep pumping money aggressively to spur growth, but also prevent borrowing costs from sliding too far below the target. If yields keep falling, they could force the BOJ to take a deeper look at the feasibility of yield curve control (YCC), some analysts say. "The BOJ is powerless in stopping yield falls.





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