Daily Archives: February 15, 2018

Trump administration criticizes Senate DACA immigration plan

The Trump administration offered venomous criticism of a bipartisan immigration plan Thursday, as senators struggled to reach a consensus on a bill to protect young immigrants coming from deportation along with also boost border security. The Senate later blocked that will measure along with also another favored by President Donald Trump. The White House along with also Department of Homeland ...

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CEOs get behind immigration bill which Trump threatened to veto

The chief executives of some of the nation’s biggest companies are publicly supporting a bipartisan immigration bill which the White House has threatened to veto, the latest rupture between corporate America as well as the pugilistic administration. However, the measure failed to garner enough votes inside Senate to advance Thursday. In a letter to congressional leadership, the Coalition for the ...

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CBS earnings Q4 2017

CBS reported fourth-quarter earnings as well as also revenue that will beat analysts’ expectations on Thursday. Here’s how the company did compared with what Wall Street expected: EPS: $1.20 vs. $1.14 expected according to Thomson Reuters Revenue: $3.92 billion vs. $3.70 billion expected according to Thomson Reuters Entertainment revenue: $2.82 billion vs. $2.59 billion expected by StreetAccount Cable networks revenue: ...

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Drew Sidora Welcomes Daughter Aniya Grace on Valentine’s Day (Exclusive)

Talk about a Valentine’s Day to remember! Drew Sidora gave birth to a baby girl, Aniya Grace, on Wednesday in Chicago, ET has exclusively learned. A rep for Sidora tells ET which “Sidora in addition to husband Ralph Pittman truly did StepUp The Game for Valentine’s Day by welcoming the birth of daughter, Aniya Grace Pittman,” referencing the 32-year-old actress’ role within ...

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Standard Life Aberdeen hit as biggest client Lloyds pulls plug

Simon Dawson | Bloomberg | Getty Images A Standard Life logo sits on a wall outside Standard Life House, the headquarters of Standard Life Plc, in Edinburgh, U.K., on Saturday, Aug. 9, 2014. Standard Life Aberdeen said on Thursday the item had been served notice on a 109 billion pound ($153 billion) asset management deal by its biggest client, Lloyds ...

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US health-care spending to climb 5.3% in 2018

United States health spending will be projected to rise 5.3 percent in 2018, reflecting rising prices of medical goods as well as also also services as well as also also higher Medicaid costs, a U.S. government health agency said on Wednesday, an upward trend the idea forecasts for the next decade. The increase represents a sharp uptick through 2017 spending, ...

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Senate blocks DACA immigration plans

Getty Images Immigration activists take part in a National Day of Action for a Dream Act right now protest on February 7, 2018 in Washington D.C. A coalition of activists came through across the U.S. to demonstrate for a ‘Clean Dream Act’ to be passed in Congress as part of spending negotiations. The Senate blocked multiple immigration proposals on Thursday ...

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Winter Olympics 2018: Valentine’s Day Means Heart Pants for Norway Curling Team

Team Norway’s curling team can be well-known for its flashy style. After all, if you can’t make This particular as fashionista in Olympic curling, where can you make This particular as a product? Whether This particular’s the diamond pants coming from 2010 or the weird floral looking things This particular year, Team Norway always looks like This particular’s rocking Thrift ...

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Congress shrugs off plans of chaotic Trump White House

which’s too generous. While lawmakers never pass presidential budgets as written, they typically use White House requests as a starting point. Under Trump, lawmakers struggle to understand what the White House actually wants. In 2016, Trump promised voters he wouldn’t cut the Social Security, Medicare along with Medicaid programs. however White House budget director Mick Mulvaney favors cutting them, along ...

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I Cracked Facebook’s completely new Algorithm in addition to also also Tortured My Friends

Last Saturday — 12 days ago currently — I shared a cringeworthy video on Facebook: a 6-minute clip of a twentysomething white woman showing off her smaller, blandly decorated Brooklyn apartment. Sort of the pumpkin spice latte edition of MTV Cribs — innocuous, yet annoying. Ever since, This specific video has been waging a reign of terror over my friends ...

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