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  • Why Mike Pence won’t be president

    Why Mike Pence won’t be president0

    Throughout the first year of the administration, as President Trump veered from one crisis of his own invention to another while fending off fast-moving investigations, people talked about Mike Pence as the guy more likely than any of his recent predecessors to wake up one morning and find himself president of the United States. Now,

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  • Trump repaid attorney who paid off Stormy Daniels: ethics disclosure

    Trump repaid attorney who paid off Stormy Daniels: ethics disclosure0

    By Ginger Gibson WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Donald Trump acknowledged for the first time in an ethics disclosure released on Wednesday that he repaid more than $100,001 to former personal attorney Michael Cohen, shedding new light on a scandal involving Trump and porn star Stormy Daniels. The disclosure, signed by Trump and released by the

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  • North Korea says may reconsider summit with Trump, suspends talks with South

    North Korea says may reconsider summit with Trump, suspends talks with South0

    By Christine Kim and Josh Smith SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea threw next month’s unprecedented summit between Kim Jong Un and U.S. President Donald Trump into doubt on Wednesday, threatening weeks of diplomatic progress by saying it may reconsider if Washington insists on unilateral denuclearization. The North’s official KCNA news agency said earlier on Wednesday

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  • Jared Kushner returns to spotlight in Israel

    Jared Kushner returns to spotlight in Israel0

    WASHINGTON — Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law and adviser, made a rare public appearance on Monday when he spoke at the controversial opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem. According to a White House source, Kushner was a driving force behind moving the embassy from Tel Aviv, following the administration’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s

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  • Supreme Court ruling opens door for legalized sports gambling nationwide

    Supreme Court ruling opens door for legalized sports gambling nationwide0

    The Supreme Court of the United States ruled the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) unconstitutional Monday, opening the door for legalized sports gambling across the nation. The case rose through the court system when New Jersey and former Governor Chris Christie appealed a 2012 decision upholding PASPA in district court after the NCAA and

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  • Trump says he wants ‘victory for the world’ more than a Nobel Prize

    Trump says he wants ‘victory for the world’ more than a Nobel Prize0

    WASHINGTON—President Trump told reporters that “everyone thinks” he deserves a Nobel Peace Prize for his work on an agreement with North Korea but that he’s more interested in “victory for the world” than in honors for himself. “Everyone thinks so, but I would never say it,” Trump said, speaking to reporters before a Cabinet meeting,

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  • Oddity of 2015: 5 Weirdest Political Stories, Not Including Trump

    Oddity of 2015: 5 Weirdest Political Stories, Not Including Trump0

    The era of strange and absolutely unpredictable politics seems to be well upon us. Sometimes it is hard to separate the real political news from fakes. The past year has not been an exception: from the presidential primary campaign to the local government and offices of state, 2015 can undoubtedly be characterized with a special

  • How Much Time Will It Take For America to Show Economic Growth?

    How Much Time Will It Take For America to Show Economic Growth?0

    According to the leading figures of the American business world, for Congress and the administration, the beginning of 2016 means focusing on maintaining jobs and the USA economic growth. CEO of Caterpillar Inc, Doug Oberhelman, shares that from experience he has learned that high economic growth, which is so important to ensure, is possible only

  • Supreme Court to Determine Fate of Illegal Immigrants

    Supreme Court to Determine Fate of Illegal Immigrants0

    This week, the Supreme Court of the United States has announced that it is planning to question the lawfulness of President Obama’s orders to reform the immigration regulations. The court will investigate if he has overstepped his presidential power and will deliver its judgment on his most far-ranging executive actions. Previously, the court had twice

  • Implementation Day: What Lifting of Sanctions Against Iran Means for World’s Oil Market

    Implementation Day: What Lifting of Sanctions Against Iran Means for World’s Oil Market0

    The European nations and the United States announced lifting of strict oil and economic sanctions on Iran on Saturday after the international nuclear watchdog inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency concluded that the Islamic Republic had fulfilled requirements to freeze its nuclear program imposed by the world powers. U.S. President Barack Obama has signed

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