In other news, over 24 countries including the United States say North Korea has been breaking caps on imports of fuel set by the U.N. Security Council in 2017. The fuel is presumed to be coming from Russia.
Meanwhile, confidence among America's CEO's has fallen to the lowest level in almost three years according to Business Roundtable.
Finally, The Wall Street Journal reported that internal emails from Facebook show Mark Zuckerberg knew the platform was a privacy nightmare and even questioned the company's practices before moving ahead with everything anyway.
The report says employees at the company are concerned that the emails could come under scrutiny during an investigation from the Federal Trade Commission.
The FTC is investigating whether security lapses related to the Cambridge Analytica scandal violated a 2012 consent decree between the agency and Facebook, according to the report.
The emails, which were described to the Journal reporters but not seen, reportedly show that Zuckerberg raised questions about how the company was sharing data with third-party developers, suggesting he knew of potential problems.