Daily Archives: March 14, 2018

Trump reportedly open to an immigration deal on DACA along with border wall

President Donald Trump may make an immigration deal, after all. The White House has told Republican congressional leaders the president would certainly consider an agreement to shield young immigrants in exchange for money for his proposed wall on the U.S. border with Mexico, The Washington Post reported Wednesday. A deal could come as part of a spending bill Congress needs ...

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Kylie Jenner Shares Cutest Pic Yet of Daughter Stormi Sleeping

Kylie Jenner can’t get enough of her baby girl, Stormi! The 20-year-old reality star took to Snapchat on Wednesday, sharing another completely new photo of her as well as also Travis Scott’s first child. The picture features Kylie’s mini-me taking a snooze as well as also seemingly deep in a dream while all bundled up in a light pink onesie. ...

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‘American Idol’ Contestant Benjamin Glaze Says Katy Perry’s Surprise Kiss Made Him ‘Uncomfortable Immediately’

Benjamin Glaze’s audition for American Idol didn’t quite go as planned. The then-19-year-old Enid, Oklahoma, native was featured on the premiere episode of ABC’s reboot of the singing competition, where he hoped to take the next step in his singing career. Instead, Glaze made headlines for receiving a surprise kiss coming from Idol judge Katy Perry. The viral moment occurred ...

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Facebook could pay news publishers for videos

Facebook will be talking to news outlets about creating daily videos in which could live inside site’s Watch tab, CNBC can confirm. The company will be currently in talks with 10 major news outlets about producing roughly 3-minute videos in which could live inside Watch tab as well as could also appear inside main News Feed, a source close to ...

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The Seven Biggest Lies Theranos Told

Elizabeth Holmes once dazzled the planet which has a story that will seemed almost too not bad to be true: Theranos, her Silicon Valley startup, was going to revolutionize medicine with its blood-testing technology. right now Holmes’ corporation — once valued at $9 billion — has crumbled. On Wednesday, the Securities in addition to also Exchange Commission charged Theranos, Holmes, ...

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Underweight births are on the rise, especially among blacks: Study

as well as in all states, black mothers gave birth to a disproportionately high percentage of underweight babies. The report details that will the percentage of black children being born at low birth weights is usually higher than the typical worse-performing county in every state. “Our health is usually influenced much more by what happens, as well as the experiences ...

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Congressional hearing devolves into bitcoin bash fest

The U.S. Securities along with Exchange Commission has stepped up regulation of those fundraising efforts. Commission Chairman Jay Clayton,along with J. Christopher Giancarlo, the chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, wrote in a January Wall Street Journal commentary which, “The SEC can be devoting a significant portion of its resources to the ICO market.” The SEC’s announcement last week ...

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Ex-Equifax executive charged with insider trading ahead of data breach

In a statement on Wednesday, Paulino do Rego Barros, Equifax’s interim chief executive officer, said the company referred the matter to the government after an internal investigation as well as was cooperating with the U.S. Attorney as well as SEC. “We take corporate governance as well as compliance very seriously, as well as will not tolerate violations of our policies.” ...

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US Senate panel to hold hearing on Pompeo in April: Corker

Tom Williams | CQ Roll Call | Getty Images Mike Pompeo, director of the Central Intelligence Agency. U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee will hold a hearing next month to consider Mike Pompeo as secretary of state, the Republican head of the panel said on Tuesday after President Donald Trump fired his current top diplomat, Rex Tillerson. Committee chairman Bob Corker, ...

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