Clinton staffers are working for a variety of groups fighting Trump’s agenda
Trump doubles down on 'I inherited a mess' claim
President Donald Trump on Saturday doubled down on his claim that he "inherited a mess," urging his Twitter followers again to not "believe the main stream" media. "Don't believe the main stream (fake news) media.The White House is running VERY WELL.
NY Times rips into Trump: 'An inept White House led by a celebrity apprentice'The Hill (blog)
Readers sound off on Donald Trump, the press and anti-SemitismNew York Daily News
Commentary: Skipping White House celebrations is disrespectfulThe Spokesman-Review
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Mumbai attack mastermind and JuD chief Hafiz Saeed has been listed under Pakistan's anti- terrorism act by the provincial Punjab government, a tacit acknowledgement of his links to militancy.
A military wife captured mourning her fallen Green Beret husband in a video that has gone viral is being hailed as a “patriot” by those who witnessed the heartbreaking event. Lisa Williams, whose flight arrived at the Raleigh-Durham Airport in North Carolina Tuesday, said passengers were asked to stay in their seats so they could […]
Officials in several U.S. communities labeled “sanctuaries” for illegal immigrants say the feds have it wrong, and they fear losing funding under a new directive from President Trump. Saratoga, N.Y., is on one widely circulated list, and wants off, said Undersheriff Richard Castle. It didn’t make much difference until Trump said he would punish cities that […]
JAKARTA, Feb 18 (Reuters) – Chappy Hakim, chief executive of
miner Freeport-McMoran Inc’s Indonesian unit, has
resigned, the company said on Saturday, after the parent firm
declared force majeure on copper concentrate shipments from its
Grasberg mine in Papua.
The suspension, which implements existing UN sanctions, will start on 19th February and remain in force until the end of the year, China said.
BILL GATES: A new kind of terrorism could wipe out 30 million people in less than a year — and we are not prepared
The following op-ed was exclusively provided to Business Insider to coincide with a speech Bill Gates is giving for the Munich Security Conference. The following is an abridged version of his remarks. When I decided 20 years ago to make global health …
Bill Gates: Bioterrorism could kill more than nuclear war — but no one is ready to deal with itWashington Post
Superbugs, Climate Chaos Have Bill Gates and the UN WorriedBloomberg
Bill Gates Warns That A Devastating Pandemic Is Right Around The CornerHuffington Post
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