February 2018

Senate faces showdown over immigration and DACA

The senate may face a shutdown over immigration and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA. On Thursday, the...

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Doctors found neurological damage to Americans who served in Cuba

The unusual story circumscribing what officials have referred to as an attack on the diplomatic staff of the United States...

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Nominee for FTC chairman signals scrutiny for tech giants

The nominee of the president of the United States is all set to lead one of the top consumer watchdog agencies of the nation...

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Print journalism maybe dead in another 10 years

Mark Thompson who is the CEO of the New York Times told CNBC on Monday that the printing presses for newspapers have only a...

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Feds Collect Record Taxes in First Month Under Tax Cut

The Federal government has collected a record amount of taxes in the first month after the implementation of the tax cut...

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Blackout hits northern Puerto Rico following fire

A blackout hit the northern part of Puerto Rico as a result of a fire. The occurrence of an explosion and fire at an...

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Government shutdown ends with Trump signature on spending bill

The government shutdown in the United States finally came to end with the president Donald Trump signing the spending bill....

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CA Democrat and #MeToo leader accused of groping male staffer

A Democrat of California featured as Time's Magazine Person in the issue of the year, for her role in the anti-sexual...

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US budget deal sets up wider fight over deficits, immigration

The budget deal that was passed by the lawmakers of the United States early on Friday will result in the diminishing of the...

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Senate leaders see two-year budget deal within their grasp

On Tuesday, some top Senate leaders agreed to the finalization of the long-term budget deal for a term of two years which...

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US solar industry lost nearly 10,000 jobs in 2017

In the previous year, 2017 the solar industry of the United States lost more than about ten thousand jobs. The loss in solar...

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Pence seeks revenge against Manchin

Mike Pence who is the Vice President and Senator Joe Manchin thought that they had a deal but it was not exactly so. Manchin...

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Stocks Resume Sell-off

On Monday, US stocks continue to trade much lower as all investors added to the losses that occurred on Friday among the...

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Polls swing toward GOP

Republicans will finally get a sigh of relief about their present prospects in the midterm elections which are currently...

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Congress weighs leaving Dreamers in limbo another year

Congress is still not hundred percent decided about the Dreamers and they finally seem to end up in an unfinished manner....

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Victims' Father Tries to Attack ex-USA Gymnastics Doctor

The father of three daughters was furious and tried to attack Larry Nassar after the three of them were sexually abused by...

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US Hiring Accelerates; Annual Wage Growth Strongest Since 2009

The growth of jobs in the United States increased in the month of January and wages rose further up to a significant extent....

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Trump slams FBI, DOJ leadership ahead of expected GOP memo release

The president of the United States Donald Trump slammed the top leadership of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the...

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