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A U.S. Senate Republican plan to repeal and replace Obamacare failed to get enough votes for approval.
"You can't omit important pieces of a story and expect the people will be too stupid to figure it out," Shkreli wrote Monday.
Jurors could begin deliberating Shkreli's fate on Thursday.
The Justice Department said on Tuesday that Celgene had agreed to pay $280 million to settle a lawsuit that accused the company of promoting cancer drugs for off-label uses.
Martin Shkreli is accused of defrauding a group of investors in his hedge funds.
"I am really starting to think you are inept," Martin Shkreli fumed in an email to attorney Evan Greebel.
People in Silicon Valley are "concerned about the kind of discourse we're hearing about technology and business," former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo said.
The U.S. House of Representatives is expected to pass a bill on Tuesday which will make it harder for President Donald Trump to ease sanctions on Russia without approval from Congress.
There will be no "major global legal threat" arising from allegations of collusion between German car manufacturers, Arndt Ellinghorst, head of the global automotive research at Evercore ISI, told CNBC.
Google's $2.7 billion antitrust fine issued by the European Commission is not a big issue for Alphabet's earnings, Felix Wintle, fund manager at Tyndall Investment Management, told CNBC.
Prosecutors could conclude their case as early as Tuesday, and it is not clear if Shkreli's lawyers will present any witnesses.
YouTube offers something similar, though more advanced, called Content ID, Recode reports.
Jared Kushner firmly denied collusion with Russia and said that his actions while serving on his father-in-law's campaign were "proper."
The report about Giuliani comes as Trump publicly fumes about Attorney General Sessions.
Trump could make a plausible legal argument that his pardoning powers extend to himself, Vox reports.
Trump questions why the "beleaguered" Sessions is not probing what he called Clinton's "crimes and Russia relations."
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