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The long-awaited Chilcot Report, on the British government’s involvement in the Iraq War, was finally released.

KKR led a $65 million funding round in Darktrace, a cybersecurity startup based in Cambridge, England, with participation from Softbank Group, TenEleven and Summit Partners.

Gannett Co. bought the owner of two northern New Jersey papers, The Record (Bergen County) and the Herald News, for an undisclosed amount.

More than a half-million so-called hoverboards have been recalled by the Consumer Product Safety Commission because of fire risk.

Taking a page from Bernie Sanders’s playbook, Hillary Clinton proposed eliminating college tuition at in-state public schools for families making less than $125,000.

Fox News host Gretchen Carlson is suing her former boss, CEO Roger Ailes, over alleged sexual harassment and wrongful termination.

The Justice Department will investigate the shooting of Alton Sterling by Baton Rouge, Louisiana police, captured in highly disturbing cell phone video.

Thirty-four year-old Roger Federer saved three match points on the way to reaching his eleventh Wimbledon semifinal.

PHOTO: Former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, delivers a speech following the publication of The Iraq Inquiry Report by John Chilcot, in London, Britain July 6, 2016. REUTERS/Stefan Rousseau/Pool