Daily Archives: January 21, 2018

Trump throwing inauguration anniversary bash at Mar-a-Lago

President Donald Trump is usually throwing a party at his Mar-a-Lago resort to commemorate the first year since his inauguration along with tickets start at $100,000 a pair, Bloomberg reported Thursday. Those tickets will pay for dinner at the celebration Saturday, as well as a photo op with Trump, the reports says. Couples can pay $150,000 more to take part ...

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stock futures government shutdown trump democrats

Stock futures opened lower on Sunday as the U.S. government remained shut down. Dow Jones industrial average futures declined 57 points in addition to also briefly fell as much as 101 points. S&P 500 in addition to also Nasdaq 100 futures drop 4.25 points in addition to also 7.75 points, respectively. The U.S. government shut down Saturday after a bill ...

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SAG Awards 2018: Everything You Need to Know!

Hosted by Kristen Bell (the show’s first host ever), the 24th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards will kick off live coming from Los Angeles on Sunday, Jan. 21, to recognize actors’ favorite performances in movies as well as TV throughout the year.  With stars using the 2018 Golden Globes as a platform to speak out about the Time’s Up initiative, gender ...

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Government shutdown threats aren’t brand-new, although of which standoff is actually different

of which originated with President Trump’s proposal to roll back those cuts Republicans forced Democrats to accept in 2011 to provide roughly $50 billion more for the Pentagon. To offset of which increase, the White House requested comparable cuts in nondefense spending. although Republicans in Congress oppose the Republican president’s requested cuts. Instead, they’re negotiating with Democrats to enhance nondefense ...

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Chances of government shutdown are currently 50-50

Chances of a government shutdown are rising, a top White House official told CNBC on Friday. Mick Mulvaney, chief of the Office of Management along with Budget, said that will odds of a shutdown occurring are 50-50. “We were operating under sort of a 30 percent shutdown up until yesterday,” he told CNBC. “I think we’re ratcheting the item up ...

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All eyes on divided Senate, Trump

Zach Gibson | Bloomberg | Getty Images Demonstrators hold illuminated signs during a rally supporting the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA), or the Dream Act, outside the U.S. Capitol building in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018. On Friday morning, McConnell contended of which voting for the bill should be a “no-brainer” as well as hit Schumer ...

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Alleged CIA China turncoat may have compromised spies in Russia: NBC

A former CIA officer who was arrested last week under the suspicion of spying for China will be also suspected of compromising American spies in Russia, NBC News reported Friday, citing sources familiar with the matter. NBC News, citing multiple former along with current government officials, said a FBI-CIA task force probing the case concluded of which the Chinese government ...

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