Day: January 11, 2020

US Politics

THANK YOU POTUS! Acting DHS Secretary Celebrates 100 Miles of NEW Border Wall with Mexico

Acting DHS Secretary Chad Wolf celebrated 100 miles of NEW border wall construction on the southern border with Mexico this week. As reported at The Daily Caller – Acting DHS Secretary Chad Wolf stopped by the U.S.-Mexico border near Yuma Friday and delivered a speech in recognition of the important milestone: 100 miles of completed […]

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US Politics

Lisa Page Spouts Off After Huber’s Fake Investigation Into Hillary Clinton Ends with No Criminal Charges

Lisa Page Former FBI lawyer Lisa Page spouted off after it was reported that an investigation launched into Hillary Clinton in November of 2017 by John Huber, the US Attorney tapped by then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ended without criminal charges. Lisa Page arrogantly suggested that Huber’s non-investigation into whether the FBI mishandled its probe […]

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Global News

Venezuela’s Guaido calls for more protests against Maduro

January 11, 2020 By Brian Ellsworth and Vivian Sequera CARACAS (Reuters) – Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido on Saturday called for more protests against the government of President Nicolas Maduro in the wake of a failed attempt by the ruling Socialist Party to install allied leadership in congress. Guaido held his first rally since troops […]

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National News

The Trump administration wants the Supreme Court to not rule on Obamacare until after the 2020 election

Affordable Care Act supporters gathered outside of the Supreme Court ahead of a 2015 ruling on the law’s tax subsidies. | Mark Wilson/Getty Images Democrats have asked the Supreme Court to hear a case that could determine the fate of Obamacare. The Trump administration wants the court to wait. During the 2016 election, President Donald […]

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National News

Another earthquake hits Puerto Rico, with aftershocks expected

Father Melvin Diaz Aponte inspects earthquake damage to his church in Guayanilla, Puerto Rico. | Eric Rojas/Getty Images Puerto Rico has faced days of aftershocks following a 6.4-magnitude earthquake Tuesday, and was hit with a 5.9-magnitude shock Saturday. Puerto Rico was rocked by another large earthquake early Saturday, the latest and largest of dozens of […]

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National News

Sanders tops latest Iowa poll, but the 2020 Democratic primary is still a 4-way race

Democratic presidential candidates Andrew Yang, Pete Buttigieg, Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden, and Bernie Sanders at the sixth Democratic debate in December 2019. | Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images Sen. Bernie Sanders has a strong base of support, but most Iowans still aren’t sure who they will caucus for. Throughout the 2020 campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination, […]

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Finance

Chief executive of UAE’s ADNOC sees global economy in better shape in 2020

January 11, 2020 ABU DHABI (Reuters) – The global economy is going into 2020 in better shape than last year, Sultan al-Jaber, the chief executive of Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (ADNOC) said on Saturday, adding that he was pleased regional tension had dissipated in the past few days. “The UAE will be the first […]

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Global News

North Korea receives birthday greetings for Kim from Trump

January 11, 2020 SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea has received U.S. President Donald Trump’s birthday greetings to its leader Kim Jong Un, but will not return to the negotiation table, according to a statement published on Saturday by state news agency KCNA. While Kim could personally like Trump, he would not lead his country on […]

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Global News

Iran says military shot down plane in error, after denial drew scrutiny abroad

January 11, 2020 By Babak Dehghanpisheh DUBAI (Reuters) – Iran said on Saturday it had mistakenly shot down a Ukrainian plane killing all 176 people aboard and voiced its deep regret, after initially denying it brought down the aircraft in the tense aftermath of Iranian missile strikes on U.S. targets in Iraq. Wednesday’s crash heightened […]

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Finance

PBOC deputy governor says China must promote pension investment to bolster capital market

January 11, 2020 SHANGHAI (Reuters) – China needs to promote pension investment to bolster its capital markets, the official Shanghai Securities News quoted Fan Yifei, deputy governor of China’s central bank as saying on a financial forum Saturday. Fan said reforms in the pension security system could strengthen China’s financial markets by promoting and developing […]

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