* Citigroup Inc – Credit card charge-offs 2.60 percent in
January 2017 versus 2.53 percent in December 2016 – SEC filing
The two founders of the law firm at the center of 2016’s explosive Panama Papers scandal are claiming innocence after they were arrested.
Conservative GOP lawmakers back ObamaCare replacement
The conservative House Freedom Caucus backed an ObamaCare replacement plan Wednesday that would abolish many central elements of the law, including the mandate that everyone has coverage or pay a fine. The replacement proposal, introduced by …
White House Proposes New Rules to Steady Insurance Markets Under Health LawNew York Times
Trump Administration Tries to Calm Health Insurance Market With New ACA RuleNBCNews.com
Obamacare Saved Marriages From “Medical Divorce”Slate Magazine (blog)
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* Says outside forensic experts have been investigating the
creation of forged cookies
One year later, we talk about Apple’s privacy fight against the FBI. We also hit on HTC’s new mobile VR headset and rock climbing with AR.
New bill proposes a limit on guests and dishes served, with a tax on the most extravagant.
SEATTLE, Feb 15 (Reuters) – Demand for jetliners made by
Boeing Co and Airbus is in decline but no big
bust for the industry lies ahead, a leading analyst said on
Wednesday, noting that military aircraft sales should rise.
New York Post
Coast Guard tracking Russian spy ship near US Navy submarine base in Connecticut
Rep. Joe Courtney discusses the Russian spy ship idling 30 miles off the coast of Connecticut. Nicholas Rondinone, Edmund H. Mahony and David OwensContact Reporters. Officials are tracking a Russian spy ship that cruised up the East Coast to within 30 …
Russian spy ship patrols 30 miles off the coast of ConnecticutUSA TODAY
Russian spy ship spotted closer to US, near Navy submarine baseFox News
Russian spy ship patrolling near US Navy submarine base in Connecticut: lawmakersNew York’s PIX11 / WPIX-TV
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Trump blames 'fake media' for treating Flynn 'very unfairly'
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that Michael Flynn, the former national security adviser who was ousted earlier this week, is “a wonderful man” who “has been treated very, very unfairly by the media.” The remarks, which came at a bilateral press …
Flynn Was Brought Down by Illegal Leaks to News Media, Trump SaysNew York Times
Trump says Flynn was treated unfairly, a day after Spicer said he was fired because of a lack of trustWashington Post
Trump business, political associates part of ongoing probe into Russia tiesUSA TODAY
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