News Businessman who sold diseased human body parts gets nine years in prison 2018-05-22T15:24:12.000000000-04:00 DETROIT (Reuters) - A Detroit businessman who sold and leased human body parts was sentenced to nine years in prison Tuesday for selling diseased remains to medical educators. Trump casts doubt on planned summit with North Korean leader 2018-05-22T15:20:05.000000000-04:00 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday there was a "substantial chance" his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will not take place as planned on June 12 amid concerns that Kim is resistant to giving up his nuclear weapons. Facebook's Zuckerberg apologizes to EU lawmakers over data leak 2018-05-22T14:50:45.000000000-04:00 BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg apologized to European Union lawmakers on Tuesday for a massive data leak, in his latest attempt to draw a line under a scandal that has rocked the world's biggest social media network. U.S. officials warn Congress on 2018 election hacking threats 2018-05-22T14:34:02.000000000-04:00 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Senior Trump administration officials warned Congress on Tuesday of ongoing efforts by Russia to interfere in the 2018 midterm congressional elections as the federal government prepares to hand out $380 million in election security funding to states. Republicans want new special counsel to investigate Trump-Russia probe 'misconduct' 2018-05-22T13:56:44.000000000-04:00 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Some of U.S. President Donald Trump's closest conservative allies in Congress called for the appointment of a second special counsel on Tuesday to investigate the probe into Trump's campaign, Russia and the 2016 U.S. election, as Trump ramped up his own criticism of the Dep... China, U.S. near deal on ZTE reprieve; Beijing cuts auto tariffs 2018-05-22T13:45:38.000000000-04:00 BEIJING (Reuters) - Washington neared a deal to lift its ban on U.S. firms supplying Chinese telecoms gear maker ZTE Corp, sources said on Tuesday, and Beijing announced tariff cuts on car imports, further easing trade tensions between the world's two largest economies. Americans report stronger finances in Trump's first year: Federal Reserve 2018-05-22T13:36:53.000000000-04:00 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The share of Americans who report they are doing "at least okay" financially rose in President Donald Trump's first year in office, according to Federal Reserve data published on Tuesday. U.S. officials warn Congress on election hacking threats 2018-05-22T13:23:46.000000000-04:00 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Senior Trump administration officials warned Congress on Tuesday of ongoing efforts by Russia to interfere in the 2018 midterm congressional elections as the federal government prepares to hand out $380 million in election security funding to states. Facebook's Zuckerberg apologises to EU lawmakers over data leak 2018-05-22T13:22:00.000000000-04:00 BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg apologised to European Union lawmakers on Tuesday for a massive data leak, in his latest attempt to draw a line under a scandal that has rocked the world's biggest social media network. Two more die of Ebola in Congo; seven new cases confirmed 2018-05-22T12:57:01.000000000-04:00 MBANDAKA, Democratic Republic of Congo (Reuters) - Two more people have died from Ebola in Democratic Republic of Congo, authorities said on Tuesday, as aid agencies battled to persuade sceptical residents about the severity of an outbreak that has killed 27 since April.