Elon Musk Stumbles Into a Good Point

August 11, 2018

Today’s Agenda Tesla really should just go private . America’s health-care system is at stake in the midterm elections . The Trump administration is blowing its AT& T/ Time Warner plea . Starbucks envisages China will come out of the trade campaign in good shape . Maybe task tenure shouldn’t simply be a thing for college profs . Why the heck not ? time is a flat clique and you…

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Putins Soccer Ball for Trump Had Transmitter Chip, Logo Indicates

July 30, 2018

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s gift of a soccer ball to U.S. President tweeted,” I’d check the soccer ball for listening devices and never allow it in the White House .” It turns out they weren’t completely wrong. Tags on the ball indicate that it contained a chip with a tiny antenna that transmits to nearby phones. But rather than a snoop machine, the chip is an advertised aspect of the…

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Trump Launches Tweetstorm About Slippery James Comey

April 28, 2018

Intensity ramps up ahead of Comey’s ABC News interview, journal Comey says his volume on leadership discusses three presidents in the book as a storyteller, dumb and rude, and he likens a number of aspects of Trump’s behavior to that of a Mafia boss. The thought of having dinner alone with Trump at the White House shaped Comey” deeply uncomfortable ,” he writes, because he feared that the president wanted…

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Sinclair Employees Say Their Contracts Make It Too Expensive to Quit

April 20, 2018

owns or controls 193 Tv terminals in more than 80 markets across the country and reaches an estimated 38 percent of households. This weekend, it video montage posted over the weekend by Deadspin evidenced dozens of Sinclair fastens supposing such” false-hearted news” is” extremely dangerous to our democracy .” ” The commentators are now disturbed ,” Scott Livingston, vice president of report at Sinclair, wrote in a memoranda to employees…

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Zuckerberg Defends Facebook’s Value While Senators Question Apology

April 17, 2018

People use its services’ 100 billion times a day’: Zuckerberg ‘ We’ve visualized the apologetic tours, ’ flouted Senator Blumenthal Mark Zuckerberg defended the social network’s value before Congress and pledged to correct its mistakes, as senators questioned whether he’ll give after years of failed assurances that he’d protect user privacy. ” People come to Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp, Messenger about 100 billion times a day to share a piece of…

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Trump Says Trade Wars Aren’t So Bad

March 27, 2018

President Donald Trump repetition his commitment to slapping tariffs on steel and aluminum, rejecting very concerned about a global commerce struggle and telling the U.S. suffering from poor trading conditions with other nations, including those in the European Union. Just hours later, White House economic consultant Gary Cohn, who had tried in vain to head off the tariffs, announced his abdication. The president’s fresh praise of customs tariffs on Tuesday…

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Trump Aims Directly at Mueller in Ramped-Up Criticism of Probe

March 26, 2018

Firing of FBI’s McCabe promptings chairperson to attack the members of the bureau McCabe may have evidence that could prolong Mueller’s probe Your Guide to Understanding the Trump-Russia Saga: QuickTake Now that McCabe has lost his chore and perhaps a significant parcel of retirement pensions accrued in more than two decades with the FBI, he has little reason not to express their views — starting with the lengthy proclamation Friday…

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Senator Sees End of Trump’s Presidency If He Fires Mueller

February 17, 2018

Donald Trump’s presidency would “end” if he followed through on efforts to fire Robert Mueller, the special lawyer resulting the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election, said Senator Lindsey Graham. The South Carolina Republican spoke on ABC’s” This Week ,” periods after a New York Times report that Trump had ordered Mueller’s firing in June but drew back from the brink after the White House counsel threatened…

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Yellen Says Prices `High’ for Stocks, Commercial Real Estate

February 6, 2018

Outgoing Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said U.S. inventories and commercial-grade real estate rates are heightened but stopped short of saying those markets are in a bubble. ” Well, I don’t want to say too high. But I do want to say high ,” Yellen said here on CBS’s” Sunday Morning” in an interview registered Friday as she prepared to leave the central bank.” Price-earnings rates are near the high…

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Trump Allies Flood Airwaves to Defend the President

January 16, 2018

Donald Trump’s allies turned out in force to defend the president from declarations in a brand-new journal that he’s seen by aides and confidants as unfit for agency, with CIA Director Mike Pompeo saying he’s found the president “engaged.” Trump is an” avid consumer” of the CIA’s daily intellect briefing, Pompeo said on “Fox News Sunday,” his first appearance on a Sunday political talk show since August. ” We talk…

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Trump Says Bannon Lost His Mind After Leaving White House

January 10, 2018

President Donald Trump denounced his former top strategist, Steve Bannon, on Wednesday in a dramatic breaking from the man regarded as an architect of Trump’s populist campaign. ” When he was fired, he not only lost his position, he lost his head ,” Trump said in a statement issued after the publication of excerpts of a brand-new volume in which Bannon criticizes the president and his family.” Now that he…

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Steve Bannon Issues Apology as Trump Allies Flood the Airwaves

January 9, 2018

Former White House director strategist Stephen Bannon issued a lengthy apology to Donald Trump and members of their families as several of the president’s allies spoke out against an explosive brand-new book that conjured doubts about the former real estate developer’s fitness for office. In a statement first reported by the political website Axios and likewise is available to Bloomberg, Bannon, who left the White House in August, said Trump’s…

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Democrat Doug Jones Defeats GOPs Roy Moore in Alabama Senate Race

January 8, 2018

Democrat Doug Jones delivered a stunning upset win to Republican Roy Moore in a U.S. Senate race in deep-red Alabama that had separated the GOP even before its controversial nominee was accused of inappropriate conduct with teenage girls. Jones won with 49.9 percentage of the voting rights to Moore’s 48.4 percent, with all precincts reporting, the Associated Press said. Moore, nonetheless, didn’t immediately acknowledge and his campaign director, Bill Armistead,…

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How Steve Bannon Rescued Roy Moores Campaign Against All Odds

January 7, 2018

On the night of Nov. 14, Roy Moore’s campaign for an Alabama Senate seat appeared all but finished. After five ladies being put forward with accounts of Moore’s alleged sex misbehavior with them as teens, including one who was 14 years old, the GOP candidate was vacated by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and many Republicans in Congress, and the Republican National Committee cut off his funding. But it was…

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Obama Tops Trump as Most Admired, Gallup Poll of Americans Finds

January 7, 2018

Gallup poll find, celebrating the first time since 2008 when a sitting chairwoman didn’t win the annual commendation. Hillary Clinton, meanwhile, is the woman Americans most admire for the 16 th time in a row. It was a close race. Seventeen percent of those surveyed named Obama as the man they most admire, to 14 percentage for Trump. To no astound, there was a wide partisan divide, with 35 percent…

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Flake: Someone in GOP Will Challenge Trump in Primary, If Not Me

December 28, 2017

President Donald Trump is likely to face a challenge from an independent candidate, and maybe a fellow Republican, if he passes for a second word, as voters thirst for a more centrist alternative, said Senator Jeff Flake. ” If the president is running for re-election, if he continues on the direction that he’s on, that’s gonna leave a huge swath of voters looking for something else ,” said the Arizona…

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McConnell Calls on Moore to Step Aside If Allegations Are True

November 24, 2017

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and a growing index of other Republican lawmakers called for Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore to withdraw from the race if allegations are substantiated that he initiated a sexual encounter with a 14 -year-old girl virtually four decades ago. ” If these allegations are true, Roy Moore should step aside for all the obvious reasons ,” McConnell, who backed Moore’s opponent in the Republican primary,…

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