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1. United Airlines has reached an amicable settlement with Dr. David Dao, the passenger who was forcibly removed from his seat and dragged bleeding off a flight in Chicago to make room for a crew member from a partner airline, Dao's lawyers said Thursday. The news came as United released the results of its investigation into the April 9 incident. The report said United employees had made several mistakes, including calling in Chicago aviation police when there was no safety or security threat. "

2017-04-28 14:57:58
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100 days of Trump: The worst of populism and the worst of the establishment  

After President Trump's first 100 days in office, we have a very good idea of what the rest of the Trump administration will be like: Expect the worst aspects of populism combined with the worst parts of establishmentarianism. When he became president, Trump was an "unknown quantity" — because of his own erratic psychology, because of his ideological flexibility, because he said everything and its opposite during the campaign, because of his lack of experience in elected office, and because h...

2017-04-28 14:55:46
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Trump's former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski is reportedly telling clients he can get them sit-downs with the president  

President Trump's former campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, is reportedly flaunting the fact that his firm can get clients sit-down meetings with "well-established figures" like Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, Politico reports. An Eastern European politician revealed documents from Washington East West Political Strategies, which Lewandowski co-founded, boasting that the partners could "leverage [their] trusted relations with the U.S. administration" on a client's behalf. "Whether Corey

2017-04-28 14:52:29
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Alex Jones loses custody case despite attempting to distance himself from his bombastic Infowars persona  

Bombastic conspiracy theorist and Infowars founder Alex Jones lost a custody case against his ex-wife, Kelly Jones, over the right to decide whom their children live with, The Daily Beast reports. Central to the case was a debate over if Jones' character on Infowars was authentic, or just a persona. Jones is famous for promoting conspiracy theories, including that Hillary Clinton is a literal sulfuric demon and that the government perpetrated 9/11 and the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary Schoo

2017-04-28 14:51:23
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Sessions said the government might not have noticed Flynn's foreign government dealings because vetting is hard  

Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Friday suggested it's reasonable to believe the government's vetting of ousted National Security Adviser Michael Flynn simply didn't catch the fact that he'd made tens of thousands of dollars off his work for foreign governments. Sessions said in a series of television interviews on Today and Good Morning America that he's confident Trump's transition team, which was tasked with vetting Flynn, is doing "the best they can." "We need to do a good job of vetting t

2017-04-28 14:41:31
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Is Roger Ailes launching a new conservative news network?  

With Fox News in turmoil after the recent ousting of its biggest ratings star, Bill O'Reilly, a person familiar with private talks among media bigwigs says there is "serious" discussion of launching a rival conservative news network, Mediaite reports. The new network would put "the old band" back together as a response to the perception that Fox is moving too far to the left. The "pitch is that the network could immediately reach at least 85 million homes," Mediaite writes. There are certainly

2017-04-28 12:55:16
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The State Department is trying to rein in U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley  

President Trump's United Nations ambassador, Nikki Haley, is one of the most outspoken members of Trump's foreign policy team, and the State Department is trying to make sure she isn't getting too far ahead of the Trump administration on foreign policy, The New York Times reports, citing an email to Haley's office from State Department diplomats. When she is preparing remarks, Haley should rely on "building blocks" established by the State Department, the email said, and her comments should be

2017-04-28 12:39:49
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Heritage Foundation president Jim DeMint, who moved think tank closer to Trump, set to be ousted by board  

Heritage Foundation president Jim DeMint is set to be ousted by board members who believe the think tank has become "too bombastic and political" during his tenure, Politico writes. DeMint served as a South Carolina senator between 2005 and 2013, where he was a prominent Tea Party leader. He quit office to join the Heritage Foundation in 2013. "He has been a congressman and senator," one board member anonymously told Politico. "They are solo performers. When you are in the Senate, life is all a

2017-04-28 12:03:46
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Trump has just weeks to decide if he wants to release super-secret files about the JFK assassination  

President Trump once accused the father of campaign rival Ted Cruz of having a hand in the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy. Ironically, in just weeks it could fall on Trump to decide whether or not to release 3,600 top-secret government files about the 1963 assassination, Politico Magazine reports. A 1992 law set a deadline of Oct. 26, 2017 for the president to decide whether or not to unseal the files; that means the decision will now be Trump's to make. A White House officia

2017-04-28 10:46:46
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John Kasich thinks the best way to solve America's problems with North Korea is to 'eradicate the leadership'  

Ohio Gov. John Kasich's (R) suggestion for handling mounting tensions with North Korea sounds suspiciously similar to the plot of The Interview, the 2014 satirical film that enraged North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. "How do you deal with this? I think there might be a way, and that has to do with taking out the North Korean leadership," Kasich said Friday while talking to reporters in Washington about North Korea's nuclear weapons activity. "I believe the best way to solve this problem is to era

2017-04-28 10:25:01
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Most White House reporters say the Trump administration has lied to them  

It is not such an exaggeration to call the tension between the Trump administration and the press tasked to hold them accountable an all-out war. Trump has a light trigger finger when it comes to blasting off tweets disparaging the media, and his staffers reportedly have made a game of intentionally feed misinformation to reporters. Never before, then, has there been such a strange and curious time for Politico to run its annual survey of the White House Press Corps. With responses from more th

2017-04-28 10:24:01
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Do companies need new criteria for picking CEOs?  

In a recent survey of nearly 1,000 CEO candidates, researchers found that 45 percent had made at least one mistake in their career that either ended in them losing their job or was extremely costly to their business. However, more than 78 percent of those people ended up getting the top job. They also found that educational pedigree in no way correlated with performance. Only 7 percent of high-performing CEOs went to an Ivy League college for their undergraduate degree — and 8 percent of them...

2017-04-28 10:16:12
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Economy grows at 0.7 percent rate in first quarter, slowest bump in three years  

The economy grew at just a 0.7 percent rate in the first quarter of 2017, the Commerce Department reported Friday, marking the slowest quarterly expansion rate in three years. The clip is a steep drop-off from the previous period, when the economy grew at a 2.1 percent annual rate in the fourth quarter of 2016. Despite President Trump's promises to boost economic growth, consumer spending in his first quarter in office increased by just 0.3 percent, which Bloomberg reported was "the worst perfo

2017-04-28 10:08:40
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Anna Wintour and Gwyneth Paltrow are teaming up to make a Goop magazine  

With the help of Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, Gwyneth Paltrow is going to transform her lifestyle blog, Goop, into a quarterly print publication. The "collectible edition" magazine, which will also be called Goop, is set to hit newsstands in September. The magazine will be co-produced by Goop the blog and Conde Nast, the parent company of Vogue. Goop noted most of the editorial content would be "original and produced by Goop," with Conde Nast stepping in for support on "artistic" aspec...

2017-04-28 09:38:24
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Congress averts a government shutdown with a temporary spending bill  

Congress on Friday passed a stopgap spending bill, keeping the government funded through May 5 and dodging a looming government shutdown on President Trump's 100th day in office Saturday. The spending extension easily passed the House, 382-30, and it passed the Senate in a voice vote. The bill will now go to Trump's desk. Lawmakers were staring down a deadline of Friday at midnight to either pass a spending bill or see a partial government shutdown. Now that the stopgap bill has passed Congress

2017-04-28 08:56:04
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The 11 craziest moments from Trump's flurry of 100-day interviews  

President Trump has dismissed the artificial media-driven benchmark of his first 100 days in office as "not very meaningful" and a "ridiculous standard." But as the most media-obsessed commander-in-chief in American history, he's also keenly aware of the importance of crossing the threshold on Saturday: "No administration has accomplished more in the first 90 days," he boasted earlier this month. "As with so much else, Trump is a study in inconsistency," remarked Robert Dallek, a presidential h

2017-04-28 08:09:07
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This Trump adviser really likes knives  

Either White House aide Sebastian Gorka has a budding hobby, or there's something he needs to tell us. Business Insider's Natasha Bertrand noticed Friday that Gorka has been on somewhat of a rampage lately following knife companies on Twitter: are you ok @SebGorka pic.twitter.com/BgvCL7neBn — Natasha Bertrand (@NatashaBertrand) April 28, 2017 Recently, Gorka followed AKTI-Am Knife & Tool (Twitter handle @SaveOurKnives), Cold Steel, Knife Thursday, SOG Knives, Benchmade Knife Co, Spyderco Kn...

2017-04-28 07:08:16
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Stephen Colbert and the Mt. Rushmore heads discuss Trump's brewing assault on national monuments  

Thursday night's Late Show kicked off with the presidential heads on Mt. Rushmore discussing the executive order President Trump signed on Wednesday, instructing the Interior Department to review all national monuments designated since 1996. "He's trying to weaken my Antiquities Act!" said the head of Theodore Roosevelt. "Bully! He's a bully." The conversation got stranger from there. Stephen Colbert returned to the order in his monologue, noting that the review could lead to drilling, mining,

2017-04-28 06:46:18
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Does Donald Trump want to be the world's father figure?  

Probably everybody can think of a moment in the past 100 days when President Trump has done something that surprised them, for better or worse. But the America First noninterventionist Middle East Twitter Cassandra suddenly lobbing 59 Tomahawk missiles at a Syrian government air base because Syrian President Bashar al-Assad killed scores of civilians with nerve gas? That was truly shocking. And it seemed to kick off a cascade of other curious decisions: Soon Trump, who had already vowed to prot

2017-04-28 06:11:57
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Arkansas executes 4th prisoner in 11 days, after U.S. Supreme Court declines to intervene  

On Thursday night, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to issue a stay of execution for Arkansas death row inmate Kenneth Williams, 38, clearing the way for his execution before midnight. Williams is the fourth and apparently final inmate Arkansas will put to death before its supply of one of three lethal-injection drugs expires at the end of April. Originally, Gov. Asa Hutchinson had scheduled eight executions, two at a time, over 11 days; courts have stayed four of them. Williams had been schedul

2017-04-28 05:43:23
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Weekly news quiz: April 28, 2017  

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2017-04-28 05:38:09
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Trump is downplaying a possible government shutdown  

If Congress is unable to pass a bill to fund the government by a Saturday morning deadline, it won't be that big of a deal, President Trump told Reuters in an interview Thursday. "We'll see what happens," he said. "If there's a shutdown, there's a shutdown." Unless a bill is passed by 12:01 a.m. ET Saturday, the government will have to temporarily lay off hundreds of thousands of federal workers, which Trump admits would be a "very negative thing." On Wednesday, the GOP introduced a bill that

2017-04-28 05:36:46
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Why Republican moderates are not to be trusted on health care  

President Trump and congressional Republicans faceplanted on their first effort to repeal and replace ObamaCare because they could not unite their caucus. On the extreme right, the so-called Freedom Caucus would not support Paul Ryan's American Health Care Act because it was not cruel enough, while relative moderates balked at it being too cruel. Republicans from districts that Hillary Clinton won especially felt the pinch, sensing electoral vulnerability from a deluge of outrage from constitue

2017-04-28 05:34:26
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Trump says he really wanted to 'terminate' NAFTA, threatens to end U.S.-South Korea trade pact instead  

Spurred on by chief strategist Stephen Bannon and trade adviser Peter Navarro, President Trump was eager to announce he's triggering a U.S. exit from the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) at a rally on Saturday, his 100th day in office, Trump told reporters Thursday night. "I was all set to terminate," he told The Washington Post. "I looked forward to terminating. I was going to do it." He has said publicly that phone calls from Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and Canadian Prime...

2017-04-28 05:29:19
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Don't judge Trump on his feckless first 100 days, Yale political scientist says. It wasn't his fault.  

President Trump has been both dismissive of the first-100-day framework for his presidency and eager to notch any tangible accomplishments he can point to on Day 100, which is Saturday. No president has been able to match up to Franklin D. Roosevelt, who came up with the 100-days idea and had amazing legislative and executive-order successes, says David R. Mayhew, a Yale political science professor emeritus, at The Washington Post. And FDR had what appeared to be the two crucial ingredients for

2017-04-28 05:27:15
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Could North Korea actually sink an American aircraft carrier?  

Building advanced military technology in the 21st century is hard and expensive. Case in point: America is spending $1 trillion — or more, depending on how you do the math — on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program. The plane, while flying today, is massively overbudget, years behind schedule, and is not even fully ready for combat operations. So what does a nation like North Korea — which has an economy smaller than that economic juggernaut Ethiopia — do when it wants weapons like miss...

2017-04-28 05:24:41
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CNN's Jake Tapper excoriates the Trump White House for blatant 'buck-passing' on Michael Flynn  

On Thursday, the House Government Oversight Committee released documents showing that the Defense Intelligence Agency told retired Gen. Michael Flynn, right after former President Barack Obama fired him as DIA director in 2014, that he was constitutionally prohibited from taking money from foreign governments without explicit permission. He went on to take money from at least Russia and Turkey, and there is no record that he sought or received permission, the DIA says. That news is shocking eno

2017-04-28 05:10:33
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Wit and wisdom from Elizabeth Bishop, Mary Gaitskill, and more  

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2017-04-28 05:05:08
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Trump says he's surprised by how hard it is to be president  

As he approaches his 100th day in office, President Trump is feeling nostalgic, fondly remembering his days before having the nuclear codes, when he spent his time firing people on television and eating well done steaks in Manhattan restaurants. "I loved my previous life," he told Reuters in an interview Thursday. "This is more work than in my previous life. I thought it would be easier." When he was just a New York businessman with a penchant for gold furnishings, he was used to not having any

2017-04-28 04:38:20
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Trevor Noah wants you to cut the outrage over Obama's $400,000 Wall Street speech  

"Obama's back, and so are the haters," Trevor Noah said on Thursday's Daily Show. The former president is taking a lot of heat for giving a speech to Wall Street firm Cantor Fitzgerald for a fat paycheck, but Noah wasn't buying the outrage. "Obama's getting $400,000 to be a keynote speaker," he said. "He's probably going to give a very important policy speech entitled 'The Four Boats I'm Going to Buy.' Now look, I know that people may say that it weakens public trust when politicians cash in im

2017-04-28 04:13:30
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7 hilarious cartoons to mark Trump's 100-day milestone  

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2017-04-28 03:57:27
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This week I learned female dragonflies will fake death to avoid male suitors, and more  

Read more about the facts mentioned: Female dragonflies fake sudden death to avoid male advances (New Scientist) Your dog can 'catch' your feelings (New York) A placebo really can mend a broken heart (Popular Science) An aurora called 'Steve'? Strange sky phenomenon investigated (Space)

2017-04-28 03:49:48
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Poor sleep habits cost American businesses billions each year  

Sleep deprivation costs American businesses about 1.2 million employee workdays and roughly $411 billion in revenue a year, according to a report from the RAND Corp. That lost productivity in the form of sleepy workers shaves an estimated 2.3 percent off the country's GDP each year. Though sleep deprivation is a worldwide problem, it's especially bad in the United States, where employment regulation and working culture might not be as sleep-friendly as European Union countries, for example. Whi

2017-04-28 03:14:40
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So how is the Trump era working out for Paul Ryan?  

This was supposed to be a time of joy and progress for the Republican Party's golden boy, Paul Ryan. In 2015 he reluctantly accepted the position of speaker of the House, at last hearing the desperate pleas of his colleagues to lead them in a troubled time. The deep policy knowledge for which he was so often praised by Washington reporters, combined with his ultra-ripped biceps and delts, would guide them through the political minefields they had lain for themselves. And when Donald Trump becam

2017-04-28 03:11:34
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Let Seth Meyers explain what the whole U.S.-Canada trade standoff is really about  

If you ask President Trump, Canada has decided to stop being polite and start getting real, and is sticking it to America in the form of cheap softwood. As Seth Meyers explained on Thursday's Late Night, a fight is potentially brewing between the U.S. and Canada over dairy farmers and lumberjacks, "which sounds like a Canadian romance novel." Canada is being accused of undercutting U.S. dairy farmers and lumber suppliers, and the U.S. retaliated by putting a tariff on Canadian softwood lumber e

2017-04-28 02:46:01
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Why Democrats need to stop concern-trolling Trump about the deficit  

When President Trump released his new tax plan — all one single page of it — his critics immediately pounced on a glaring factoid: The proposal could add $5.5 trillion or more to the federal debt over the next decade. "It will blow up the deficit and debt," declared Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.), adding that "working Americans" will pay the bill. Jason Furman, the former head of President Obama's Council of Economic Advisers, pointed to a projection that the debt increase would slow economi...

2017-04-28 02:40:33
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The spiritual ruin of a universal basic income  

Is a life without work a dream or a nightmare? Of all the factors fueling the rise of populism on the far left and right, the single biggest one is the disappearance of fulfilling, decently paying jobs for those who didn't graduate from elite universities and don't live in the country's very richest metropolitan areas. First, globalization led to the outsourcing of jobs and the collapse of the manufacturing sector, leaving behind mainly lower-paying and less rewarding service-sector jobs. And n

2017-04-28 02:20:56
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An unprecedented president  

This is the editor's letter in the current issue of The Week magazine. I'm often asked how Donald Trump's presidency has affected our work here at The Week, and my honest answer is that it's made it immeasurably more ... challenging. We published the first issue of this magazine 16 years ago this month, and never have I seen a White House generate news and controversy at this pace and volume. The moment we send a completed issue off to the printers, with fresh perspective on the latest policy i

2017-04-28 02:20:41
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DEA warns kids are putting drugs in their calculators, alarm clocks, and cars  

"You usually wouldn't be suspicious of your teen keeping his or her graphing calculator close," concedes a new guide to places kids can hide drugs from the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). "But if you suspect them of drug addiction you may have to be." Calculators are just one of many ordinary objects in which little Johnny may be stashing some reefer, reveals the DEA's illustrated list of items parents should search, entitled "Hiding Places." Other options include car interiors, alarm cl

2017-04-28 02:15:56
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This is the strongest coffee in the world — and it could kill you  

Black Insomnia Coffee ($40 per pound) isn't here to tickle your taste buds with notes of cacao and dark berries. The folks at Black Insomnia "know their job — they are here to get you caffeinated and they'll die trying. Or you will." Roasted in Cape Town, South Africa, Black Insomnia recently dethroned Death Wish Coffee to become the world's strongest brew. It packs about three times as much caffeine as Starbucks' dark roast, and if a 160-pound man were to drink 15 cups of the stuff, it'd kil...

2017-04-28 02:15:53
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This $12,000 luxury music festival in the Bahamas is an utter horror show  

What happens when you travel to the Bahamas expecting this … Are you ready? #FyreFestival A post shared by FYRE FESTIVAL (@fyrefestival) on Jan 3, 2017 at 4:04pm PST … And end up with this instead? A view of the luxury food court with some luxury school bus transportation at Fyre Festival. #fyre #fyrefestival pic.twitter.com/XL3PtRw8q0 — William N. Finley IV (@WNFIV) April 28, 2017 That is the clash of expectation and reality that many are experiencing after the in

2017-04-28 02:13:43
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Pope Francis' TED talk was ridiculous. It was also great.  

Pope Francis spoke at TED. This sounds like a joke tweet generated by a bot, or the setup to a mediocre stand-up comedy routine, but it's actually real news. It happened. (The pope didn't actually visit the hip tech-slash-pop science-slash-do goodery conference, but he did send a video message from the Vatican.) The pope's message was, in a sense, perfect TED, since it was full of nice-sounding generalities. No person is an island, the supreme pontiff of the church that produced Aquinas and Aug

2017-04-28 02:07:49
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The Simpsons brutally encapsulates Trump's first 100 days, and then some  

To celebrate President Trump's first 100 days in office, The Simpsons gave the president its Halloween-special treatment, a short clip that shows a sinister White House on a dark and stormy night, Sean Spicer hanging in the press briefing room, to Kellyanne Conway's annoyance. Stephen Bannon and Jared Kushner are strangling each other, and Trump is in bed, reprising his first 100 days: "So many accomplishments: lowered my golf handicap, my Twitter following increased by 700, and finally we can

2017-04-28 01:51:52
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Federal investigation into Fox News reportedly widening  

Experts in financial crime from the United States Postal Inspection Service are now involved in the Justice Department's investigation of Fox News, several people with information on the matter told CNN Thursday. The USPIS looks into mail fraud and wire fraud cases, and over the past few weeks, investigators have been interviewing former Fox News staffers, inquiring about managers and their business practices, CNN's Brian Stelter reports. In February, it was reported that the Justice Department

2017-04-28 01:44:40
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House won't vote on health care this week  

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) told reporters Thursday that there will not be a vote on health-care legislation this week, as Republicans are "still educating members." The vote is now delayed until next week at the earliest, Politico reports. A vote was slated to be held on the GOP's American Health Care Act last month, but after several members of the conservative Freedom Caucus said they didn't support it, the bill was yanked from the floor by House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.

2017-04-28 01:44:14
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Guns won't be allowed at Trump's NRA speech  

NRA members planning on attending President Trump's speech at the association's annual conference Friday in Atlanta are being asked to leave their guns at home. Under federal law, the Secret Service can keep guns out of sites being visited by protected people, even in states with open carry laws, and such a restriction is extremely common for any event where the president is speaking. In a statement to CNN, the Secret Service said that "individuals determined to be carrying firearms will not be

2017-04-28 01:42:09
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Facebook admits it has been used by governments to manipulate public opinion  

Facebook has been used by governments as well as non-state actors to "manipulate civic discourse and deceive people," including in the run-up to the latest U.S. and French presidential elections, the company acknowledged in a white paper published Thursday. "While sometimes the goal of these negative amplifying efforts is to push a specific narrative," the paper explains, "the underlying intent and motivation of the coordinators and sponsors of this kind of activity can be more complex." For ex

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1. Twice a month, Wendy and Harley, two miniature therapy horses, clop their way through the terminals of Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, greeting travelers and easing any fears they may have about flying. "Airports are traditionally full of anxiety," Wendi Orlando, senior manager of customer relations at the airport, told The Cincinnati Enquirer. "[Seeing animals] helps to ease those anxieties, to put smiles on faces, to just put people in a better place." Studies have shown

2017-04-27 22:49:14
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Arkansas prepares for Thursday night execution, its fourth of the month  

Convicted murderer Kenneth Williams is scheduled to be put to death Thursday at 7 p.m. CT in what would be Arkansas' fourth execution of the month, BuzzFeed News reports. Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R) had originally announced eight executions for April, but so far only three have been carried out while four others have been put on hold by different courts. The state is hurrying to carry out capital punishment before the supply of one of its three execution drugs expires at the end of the mon

2017-04-27 15:40:20
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A convicted con-man has apparently been using his wife's job at Mar-a-Lago to make money  

Anthony "Ari" Rinkus is a convicted two-time felon who engineered a car theft ring and then, while still on probation, a Ponzi scheme con job. He also happens to be married to Heather Rinkus, the guest reception manager at President Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida — a fact he is quick to bring up and evidently has no qualms exploiting, BuzzFeed News reports in a startling investigation. "Ari, a stocky former used car salesman, frequently holds court over a vodka soda at a local bar, brag...

2017-04-27 15:21:44
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Sean Spicer is now blaming Obama for Michael Flynn  

Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn was directly told in 2014 not to take money from foreign governments without explicit permission, documents released Thursday reveal. Flynn, who resigned from the Trump administration in February, took $34,000 in December 2015 for a speaking gala concerning Russian TV and more than $500,000 for lobbying on behalf of Turkish interests ahead of the November election. A defense intelligence official said Thursday that no record of Flynn asking for per

2017-04-27 15:04:22
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President Trump reportedly huddled in the Oval Office with Matt Drudge  

President Trump has been known to call up television anchors to complain about coverage and feed his own leaks to the tabloids, and in the White House, that sharp sense for shaping the media has not waned. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, for example, has already learned that the best way to satisfy his boss is to ask what he wants to see on TV that day before briefing the press, Politico reports. It is perhaps no surprise then that Trump has reportedly huddled in the Oval Office with t

2017-04-27 14:31:43
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Trump's big military buildup is looking less and less likely  

President Trump's much-vaunted plan to implement "one of the greatest military buildups in American history" to make the military "bigger and better and stronger than ever before" looks increasingly unlikely, Politico reports. Trump has called for a $30 billion defense spending increase for 2017 and a $54 billion bump for 2018, but as congressional budget negotiations continue and a government shutdown looms, he may not get what he wants. Defense contractors, eager for fresh largesse, are "cert

2017-04-27 14:04:28
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Republicans privately vent that Trump's tax plan is 'not even close' to reform  

Republican lawmakers are privately miffed at having been shut out of the White House's tax reform efforts, and many are none too pleased with what they heard yesterday. "It's not tax reform," one Republican aide told CNN. "Not even close." Tax leaders on the Hill did not get a notice before the Trump administration announced it would be proposing its reform, multiple aides said, and the White House's proposal pointedly excludes a border adjustment tax on imports that was desired by Republicans.

2017-04-27 13:40:41
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Paul Ryan, wake up!  

Washington Republicans are in disarray. Almost 100 days into Donald Trump's presidency, the GOP holds the White House and both houses of Congress and yet no legislation has been passed. An attempt to repeal and replace ObamaCare petered out when everyone realized what a monster the "replacement" bill was. Republicans are still having on-and-off-again discussions about what to do about the health-care system, a slightly important issue. And then there is the budget and tax reform, things that Re

2017-04-27 13:37:22
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Why President Trump is getting killed in court, in 1 astonishingly ignorant comment  

While the Republican Congress has been laughably deficient in checking President Trump's corruption and power grabs, the federal courts have been doing their job. On Tuesday, a federal district court judge blocked an executive order intending to deny federal funding to sanctuary cities. The president of the United States wasted little time in reacting, tweeting "[f]irst the 9th Circuit rules against the ban and now it hits again on sanctuary cities — both ridiculous rulings. See you in the Su...

2017-04-27 12:47:29
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This Democratic congressman is worried North Korea might smuggle nukes to America inside bales of weed  

In the U.S. House of Representatives, Democratic Rep. Brad Sherman represents a western portion of the San Fernando Valley, which is located in Southern California. This is important, because you may have heard the Golden State has loosened its restrictions on the sale of marijuana and has generally been considered a bastion of bud in the nation. As someone tasked with representing these constituents, then, Sherman should be knowledgeable about marijuana. Fret not, Valley-dwellers, because appa

2017-04-27 12:34:20
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Former Trump adviser Carter Page claims he was 'the victim of one of the most horrendous civil rights violations in recent U.S. election history'  

President Trump's former campaign adviser, Carter Page, is one of several characters to have fallen under intense scrutiny as authorities investigate Russia's influence on the 2016 presidential election. Page had been on the FBI's radar since a Russian spy tried to recruit him in 2013, and when he convinced the Trump campaign to allow him to travel to Moscow to give a Russia-friendly speech in July, the FBI took notice and began to dig into connections between Russia and the Trump campaign. But

2017-04-27 11:52:09
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Cassini spacecraft beams back photos from its dive through Saturn's rings  

Traveling at a speed of 77,000 mph, NASA's Cassini spacecraft made its first dive inside Saturn's rings, transmitting back to Earth on Thursday the closest-ever images of the planet. Our closest look ever at #Saturn’s atmosphere and giant hurricane. #GrandFinale pic.twitter.com/Qi3T2wSzc1 — CassiniSaturn (@CassiniSaturn) April 27, 2017 Cassini has been exploring Saturn for 13 years, and on Wednesday, became the first spacecraft to enter the gap between Satu

2017-04-27 10:13:45
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Will Fox News co-president Bill Shine be the next to go?  

Fox News co-president Bill Shine may be the next big network figure to get the ax, New York's Gabriel Sherman reports. While the network deals with the fallout from dismissing its top host, Bill O'Reilly, and a raft of lawsuits alleging sexual harassment and racial intolerance, Shine is reportedly feeling the squeeze. Citing three sources familiar with the conversation, Sherman reported Thursday that Shine "recently asked Rupert [Murdoch]'s sons James and Lachlan — the CEO and co-chairman

2017-04-27 08:28:38
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America's spy agencies are struggling to recruit young people who don't like surveillance, do like pot  

The next generation of American spies may be difficult to find, said James Clapper, former director of national intelligence, on Wednesday. The trouble is twofold. First, young Americans aren't exactly keen on mass surveillance. "We need to attract new people, new young people, to the intelligence community," Clapper said, but "they're going to say, 'You know, there's too much Big Brother. There's too much invasiveness and intrusiveness in my life, so I don't think I'm going to work here.' I wo

2017-04-27 06:56:33
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Seth Meyers, examining Trump's tax plans and serial flip-flops, discovers a new law of physics  

Coming up on 100 days in office and "desperate for positive accomplishments to celebrate," President Trump is bragging about signing 30 executive orders, Seth Meyers said on Wednesday's Late Night, unimpressed. This "is ridiculous," he said. "Claiming you've been a good president just because you signed a lot of executive orders makes no sense. But don't just take it from me." After a series of clips of Trump pooh-poohing former President Barack Obama's relatively restrained use of executive or

2017-04-27 06:55:58
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1. President Trump told Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday that the U.S. has no plan to withdraw from the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA, "at this time," but he will renegotiate it. The White House said that Trump had agreed not to pull out of the trade deal and his counterparts in Mexico and Canada "agreed to proceed swiftly, according to their required internal procedures, to enable the renegotiation of the NAFTA deal to...

2017-04-27 06:50:06
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You know who would benefit a lot from Trump's tax plan? Donald Trump.  

The tax plan President Trump unveiled on Wednesday is really only a single page of bullet points, but it's already pretty clear that a big beneficiary of the proposals would be super-wealthy chieftains of private real estate empires who have children. One big winner from the proposals would be "pass-through" businesses like the Trump Organization and its hundreds of subsidiaries, where owners file business income on their individual returns — depending on how the law is written, such business...

2017-04-27 06:42:16
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How to fix the American dairy crisis  

It's not getting much attention, but American dairy farmers are in trouble. Back in the old days, when farmers were a third of the American workforce, such a thing would be a first-rank political issue. But now, when they're about 1 percent, it's easy to ignore. (To be fair, President Trump is sort of paying attention, even if he is blaming the wrong people.) Nevertheless, it is still a problem worth fixing, both because farmers are still a significant presence in many states (not to mention ou

2017-04-27 06:24:17
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Trump's tax plan that wasn't  

The biggest problem with President Donald Trump's new tax plan is that he still doesn't have one. Not really. What Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and economic adviser Gary Cohn presented Wednesday was really more of a synopsis of a summary of a sketch of some old campaign ideas, with a few (far too few) numbers thrown in. All in all, the "2017 Tax Reform for Economic Growth and American Jobs Act" might have been an okay campaign document in the summer of 2015, but falls far short of a seriou

2017-04-27 06:24:10
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Worcester Cathedral's asparagus blessing goes awry when Gus the Asparagus Man attends in costume  

An asparagus blessing at Worcester Cathedral went awry last Sunday when Gus the Asparagus Man joined the procession while dressed as a giant asparagus spear, BBC reports. Many of the Anglicans in attendance for the crowded St. George's Day service called the display a "pantomime," with the lobby group Christian Concern complaining that Gus' inclusion "made a mockery of Christian worship." To mark the start of the British Asparagus Festival, a bundle of asparagus spears had been brought to the c

2017-04-27 06:08:27
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Do Republicans actually believe that cutting taxes will bring prosperity to all?  

The Trump administration announced the outline of a tax overhaul this Wednesday, and to no one's surprise, it entailed dramatic tax cuts for corporations and the wealthy. In order to understand it and our larger debate about taxes, we have to take a moment to consider some epistemological and philosophical issues. It won't hurt, I promise. If you want to be thoughtful in your understanding of political debates, it's important to address what your opponents say on their own terms as often as you

2017-04-27 06:06:56
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Firefighters make a 97-year-old retired teacher's dream come true  

For his 97th birthday, Bill Grun lived out his childhood dream of becoming a firefighter. The Doylestown, Pennsylvania, resident spent 70 rewarding years as a teacher, but always admired firefighters. "I'll say one thing about firemen — they are really gutsy," he told Fox 29. "We get choked up on candle smoke, and those fellas have to face all that stuff. It's tough." He was surprised on Monday by the all-volunteer crew of the Doylestown Fire Company, who came and picked him up from his r

2017-04-27 06:04:45
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Trump: 'Major, major' conflict with North Korea possible  

In an interview with Reuters on Thursday, President Trump said "there is a chance that we could end up having a major, major conflict with North Korea," but he is hopeful that the U.S. can find other ways to work with the country regarding its nuclear and missile programs. "We'd love to solve things diplomatically, but it's very difficult," Trump said. The Trump administration has called North Korea an "urgent national security threat and top foreign policy priority," and on Friday, Secretary o

2017-04-27 05:54:58
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United will now pay passengers who give up seats on overbooked flights up to $10,000  

Following the furor over a passenger being dragged off of an overbooked flight earlier this month, United Airlines announced Thursday it is implementing 10 changes the company says will "better serve our customers and empower our employees." The airline will now offer passengers on overbooked planes as much as $10,000 to voluntarily give up their seat; previously, gate agents could dole out no more than $500 to passengers, and site managers could offer as much as $1,350. The company will also h

2017-04-27 05:54:28
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Amid unrest, Venezuela says it will withdraw from the Organization of American States  

The Venezuelan government is accusing the Organization of American States (OAS) of meddling in the country's affairs, and said it plans on leaving the Washington-based group as soon as possible. The announcement came after the OAS voted to hold a meeting with foreign ministers to talk about the economic crisis and protests rocking Venezuela. Inflation is soon expected to reach 700 percent, and there is a shortage of food and medicine. Nearly 30 people have been killed during anti-government pro

2017-04-27 04:52:30
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Jake Tapper runs down how a Trump lie became a fake fact, and he spreads the blame pretty widely  

CNN's Jake Tapper said Wednesday night that he's disheartened by a new poll. He traced the objectionable results back to President Trump's tweets in February accusing former President Barack Obama of tapping his phones in Trump Tower, then played clips of House Speaker Paul Ryan and FBI Director James Comey unequivocally shooting down those claims. "So that would have seemingly been that — except that the president and his team kept pushing ways to make this evidence-free claim somewhere,

2017-04-27 04:47:03
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Obama's treacherous embrace of Wall Street  

At the 2016 White House Correspondents' Association Dinner, Barack Obama performed the last of his presidential stand-up routines before the assembled crowd of journalists and political heavyweights. He opened with a joke about Hillary Clinton and one of the political controversies that she just couldn't shake in her campaign for the presidency: paid speeches she gave to Wall Street bankers. "Here we are, my eighth and final appearance at this unique event," Obama said. "And I am excited. If th

2017-04-27 04:39:22
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How Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale succumbed to the feminist curse  

Hulu's stunning adaptation of Margaret Atwood's novel The Handmaid's Tale into a series starring Elizabeth Moss, Samira Wiley, and Alexis Bledel has — as a peculiar side effect — sparked an anxious nationwide referendum on what the word "feminist" means in a post-Trump world. While cast members like Wiley and Ann Dowd have matter-of-factly acknowledged that The Handmaid's Tale is a feminist text, others are flinching from the label. No no, it's a human story, they say — protecting their w...

2017-04-27 04:20:58
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Myles Garrett selected No. 1 in NFL Draft  

On Thursday night, the Cleveland Browns selected Myles Garrett as the first overall pick of the 2017 NFL Draft. Garrett, a 6-foot-4, 272 pound defensive lineman at Texas A&M, is the first player from the university to be the top overall pick. An All-American, he recorded 31 sacks over three years, and is the fourth defensive player since 2000 to be the draft's first selection. The 21-year-old was with friends and family at the Tierra Verde Golf Club in Arlington, Texas, when he heard the news.

2017-04-27 03:45:20
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The global elite are headed for a fall. And they don't even know it.  

The global elite think they're sitting pretty. How wrong they are. Democrats keep telling themselves that Hillary Clinton "really" won the 2016 election (or would have, had it not been for interference by Vladimir Putin and James Comey). Republicans keep patting themselves on the back about how much power they now wield at all levels of government. And centrists throughout the West are breathing a sigh of relief about Emmanuel Macron's likely victory over the National Front's Marine Le Pen in t

2017-04-27 03:38:46
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Alexander Acosta confirmed as labor secretary  

The Senate voted 60-38 on Thursday to confirm Alexander Acosta, a former U.S. attorney, as labor secretary. The 48-year-old is the only Latino in President Trump's Cabinet. Trump's first choice for the job, former CKE Restaurants CEO Andrew Puzder, withdrew his nomination after it became clear he would not get enough votes for confirmation. The labor secretary enforces laws involving the workplace and unions.

2017-04-27 03:19:12
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Stephen Colbert distills Trump's big tax plan down to four words  

The big news from Washington on Wednesday was President Trump's tax plan. "That plan? Never release Trump's taxes," Stephen Colbert said on Wednesday's Late Show. "To explain the plan, Trump sent out his team of workin' class, blue collar former Goldman Sachs executives, Gary Cohn and Steven Mnuchin." The plan itself is just "one page of double-spaced bullet points with some hefty margins," Colbert said. "I'm going to say it's not really confidence-building when your tax reform plan is half as

2017-04-27 03:18:15
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In Fox News poll, only 36 percent of voters would re-elect President Trump  

Fox News released a new poll on President Trump on Wednesday, as the president approaches 100 days in office. It's a mixed bag. Trump's overall approval rating is 45 percent, with 48 percent disapproving — a slight uptick from March, but still the lowest for any president this early on — and only 43 percent say he's bringing real change to Washington, versus 50 percent who say he's failing to do so. A 52 percent majority says America is less respected in the world under Trump, while 29 perc...

2017-04-27 03:09:19
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2 American soldiers killed in combat against Islamic State in Afghanistan  

Two American soldiers were killed overnight in the eastern Afghanistan province of Nangarhar in an operation against an Islamic State affiliate, Pentagon spokesman Capt. Jeff Davis said Thursday. The operation targeted the Afghanistan wing of the terrorist group, known as ISIS-K. An additional Special Operations Forces soldier was wounded in combat, but is expected to live, CNN reports. The Nangarhar region is a hotbed for ISIS, and has been the site of many U.S.-Afghan joint counterterrorism o

2017-04-27 02:59:40
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Not to be outdone by Pope Francis, Stephen Colbert's Jesus debuts his own TED Talk  

On Tuesday night, Pope Francis gave a surprise TED Talk to the annual TED conference in Vancouver, Skyping it in from Rome. "I think it is impressive for a 80-year-old to set up his own webcam," Stephen Colbert said on Wednesday's Late Show. "It's not like he can get help from his grandkids." After ribbing the pope a bit more, Colbert teed up the main feature. "A lot of people were surprised that the pope decided to do this, but the truth is, religious figures actually have a long history of gi

2017-04-27 02:43:43
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United reaches settlement with passenger dragged off overbooked plane  

David Dao, the 69-year-old doctor who was dragged off an overbooked United flight earlier this month to the horror of his fellow passengers, has settled with the airline for an undisclosed amount of money. His attorney, Thomas Demetrio, said that under the settlement, the sum must remain confidential. His client was on a packed flight to Louisville from Chicago on April 9 when he was chosen at random to give up his seat to a crew member who needed to get to Kentucky to work on another flight; D

2017-04-27 02:42:19
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How ESPN went from powerhouse to bloodbath  

There was a bloodbath at ESPN on Wednesday. A dramatic round of layoffs had long been expected at the Worldwide Leader in Sports, but the numbers turned out much bigger than predicted: Roughly 100 on-air reporters and personalities were let go, plus some additional behind-the-camera crew members. By Wednesday afternoon, people like Ed Werner and Scott Burnside — who'd worked at ESPN for 17 and 13 years, respectively — had announced on Twitter that they were toast. The network, which employs...

2017-04-27 02:29:35
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Why America should envy Brexit  

In a White House briefing to conservative media members this week, I listened to President Trump respond to a question about Congress by saying that he has to get everything done without a single Democrat's vote. "They're obstructionists," he said, for emphasis. That word, "obstructionists," settled over the room like a cloud, reminding us of how resistant Washington, D.C., is to change. The public wanted or feared that Trump's election would work like a putsch. He would "deconstruct the admini

2017-04-27 02:18:38
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The Trump administration isn't filling many State Department jobs because it might eliminate them  

The State Department has about 200 high-ranking positions left unfilled during President Trump's transition into power because those roles may soon be eliminated, said department representative R. C. Hammond in a New York Times report published Thursday. The Trump administration has proposed a 31 percent cut to the State budget, and even a smaller restructuring would make it nonsensical to temporarily fill positions that require Senate confirmation, Hammond argued, employing a shipwreck explora

2017-04-27 02:16:56
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The EPA's changing mission, explained  

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2017-04-27 02:08:03
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California Republicans join climate change fight, tell colleagues 'it would be foolish not to engage'  

President Trump has famously dismissed climate change as a hoax and his administration is reportedly debating how to walk back the United States' participation in the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement. But far from Washington, members of the president's party are quietly bridging partisan divides to work with Democrats on climate change legislation, The Los Angeles Times reports. California Republicans voted last year against legislation that set an aggressive new benchmark for reducing greenhouse g

2017-04-27 01:47:47
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Fox News host Jesse Watters announces a surprise vacation, after Ivanka Trump flap  

Sometimes a last-minute vacation is just a vacation. And sometimes, it's a little more permanent, as Fox News star Bill O'Reilly illustrated earlier this month. O'Reilly, facing an exodus of advertisers after it was revealed he and Fox News had settled five claims of sexual and verbal harassment for $13 million, unexpectedly announced a family vacation, and he was fired while still in Italy. Jesse Watters, O'Reilly's former on-the-street guy and now a host on The Five, announced at the end of W

2017-04-27 01:42:10
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Family of a man killed by a death row inmate buys the inmate's daughter a plane ticket for a final visit  

The family of a Missouri man killed by an Arkansas inmate scheduled to be executed on Thursday sent the inmate's daughter a plane ticket so she could see him for the first time in 17 years. In 1999, Kenneth Williams, now 38, escaped from prison and was being chased in a stolen car by police when he rammed into a water delivery truck being driven by Michael Greenwood. Greenwood died instantly. Kayla Greenwood was 5 at the time of her father's death, and her mother, Stacey, was pregnant with twin

2017-04-27 01:40:54
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House may vote on GOP health-care bill Friday, after new version wins a few GOP moderates  

House Republican leaders huddled with more moderate members of the GOP caucus for two hours Wednesday night to drum up support for the latest version of the American Health Care Act, after the hardline conservative House Freedom Caucus threw its support behind the newly amended health-care bill on Wednesday and influential outside conservative groups dropped their opposition. After the meeting, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) said "we got a few more to yes tonight — yeah, a co...

2017-04-27 01:37:48
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White House: Trump agrees with Trudeau, Peña Nieto not to terminate NAFTA  

After speaking with the leaders of Mexico and Canada, President Trump "agreed not to terminate NAFTA at this time," the White House announced Wednesday night. The North American Free Trade Agreement between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada was implemented in 1994, and while on the campaign trail, Trump called it a "job killer" and a "disaster." In a statement, the White House said Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto "agreed to proceed swiftly, according ...

2017-04-27 01:31:21
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The dark side of Detroit's renaissance  

Dan Gilbert, the owner of Quicken Loans (and the Cleveland Cavaliers), walks around Detroit with a veritable halo around his head. He is credited with having put this Rust Belt city, which only recently emerged from the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history, on the path to revival. He saw opportunity where others saw ruin, scooping up vacant old gems facing demolition. And he didn't just sit on them hoping to dump them when their value inched up. He actually led the comeback, moving his

2017-04-27 01:18:02
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1. President Trump told Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday that the U.S. has no plan to withdraw from the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA, "at this time," but he will renegotiate it. The White House said that Trump had agreed not to pull out of the trade deal and his counterparts in Mexico and Canada "agreed to proceed swiftly, according to their required internal procedures, to enable the renegotiation of the NAFTA deal to...

2017-04-27 01:03:07
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25 years later, witnesses remember the 1992 L.A. riots  

As the 25th anniversary of the L.A. riots approaches, witnesses who watched as stores went up in flames and angry cries filled the streets are remembering what unfolded on April 29, 1992. The riots began after four white police officers were acquitted of assault after being videotaped kicking and striking black motorist Rodney King while he was on the ground. After the Watts riot in the 1960s, white flight hit South Los Angeles, and black residents said they were targeted by police officers bec

2017-04-26 17:57:35
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Trump may not attend Wednesday's odd White House briefing for senators on Korea, as tensions ratchet up  

Amid U.S.-North Korean tensions so high that defense analysts warn one misstep could lead to war, all 100 senators are meeting at the White House Wednesday afternoon for a special, unusual briefing on North Korea from Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, intelligence chief Dan Coats, Defense Secretary James Mattis, and Gen. Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. It isn't clear if President Trump will attend at all, though a senior administration official told CNN "if he attends &md

2017-04-26 14:06:30
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House Freedom Caucus signs on to new GOP health-care bill  

The House Freedom Caucus announced Wednesday that it is onboard with the latest version of the GOP's American Health Care Act. The convincing factor for the far-right Republican faction, which opposed President Trump's first pass at repealing and replacing ObamaCare, was a new amendment negotiated by centrist Tuesday Group co-chairman Rep. Tom MacArthur (R-N.J.). The MacArthur Amendment enables states to waive the requirements to cover ObamaCare's essential health benefits and to not charge hig

2017-04-26 14:01:09
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Humans may have arrived in North America 115,000 years earlier than researchers thought  

Researchers may have been off by nearly 115,000 years when they estimated that humans arrived in North America about 15,000 years ago. The potential miscalculation was uncovered by a collection of mastodon bones, which were discovered during construction work on a California freeway in 1992. After toiling for years to date the bones, researchers announced this week in a paper published in the scientific journal Nature that they'd determined the remains of the adult male mastodon to be about 130

2017-04-26 13:21:04
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Trump's big, stupid tax plan  

Barreling towards his 100-day mark with little to show for it, President Trump is reportedly desperate to show some momentum. So today, the president is a releasing a new bullet-point proposal on tax reform. Its centerpiece is a giant cut to the corporate tax rate, dropping it from 35 percent to 15 percent. Mercifully, it's unlikely Trump could ever get such a thing passed, for reasons I'll explain below. But cutting the corporate tax rate is one of those bits of centrist and right-wing convent

2017-04-26 12:55:06
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1. World stocks on Wednesday were mixed, with some markets hitting record highs after news of President Trump's promised corporate tax cut lifted U.S. shares on Tuesday. Optimism over the first round in France's presidential election, in which pro-European Union centrist Emmanuel Macron led anti-EU far-right candidate Marine Le Pen, also buoyed markets. "On top of (the French election result) we have had a very decent set of corporate earnings in the U.S. and that helped push the market further

2017-04-26 12:42:59
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