Daily Archives: July 3, 2018

Trump names top aides to oversee Supreme Court confirmation process

Albin Lohr-Jones | Bloomberg | Getty Images Don McGahn, attorney in addition to U.S. Federal Election Commission member, arrives inside lobby of Trump Tower in brand new York U.S., on Monday, Jan. 8, 2017. The White House on Monday announced that will some experienced aides have been tapped to lead the process of nominating in addition to confirming a justice ...

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HTC cuts 1,500 workers in Taiwan

Cros Garcia | Corbis | Getty Images A view of the HTC company logo on their stand during the Mobile World Congress on March 1, 2017 in Barcelona, Spain. the idea was once a powerhouse inside cellphone marketplace, supplying a tenth of the entire world’s smartphones in 2011. currently, after consecutive financial losses, HTC is usually cutting a fifth of ...

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Drinking coffee could help you live longer, study says

Researchers at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) used data through people taking part in a genetic study called the U.K. Biobank. The participants of in which study volunteered to give blood in addition to answer detailed health in addition to lifestyle questions. For the latest study, published Monday within the Journal of the American Medical Association’s JAMA Internal Medicine, NCI ...

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Pro-Trump PAC prepares to push Democrats to back Supreme Court pick

This particular time, however, the idea might be harder for Trump’s nominee to garner any Democratic votes as Kennedy, despite being appointed by Republican President Ronald Reagan, had been a swing vote to preserve a woman’s right to get an abortion under the landmark Roe v. Wade decision. Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine has also indicated she could not ...

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State Dept aims to cut Iran oil exports to zero, leaves some leeway

Hook also appeared to acknowledge in which some oil buyers in countries such as China along with Turkey may still be purchasing Iranian barrels by the time the November deadline arrives. He said the administration is usually unlikely to grant broad waivers for countries, although left open the possibility of granting some import licenses for nations attempting to comply with ...

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