Author Archives: Dan Tan

GOP Rep Steve Stivers urges Medicare, Social Security reform

Rep. Steve Stivers , R-Ohio, has the toughest job in politics right currently: trying to stop a Democratic “blue wave” at the polls This specific fall. Stivers, chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee, sat down to talk to CNBC’s John Harwood about the campaign in addition to different factors. Here will be an excerpt by the interview: CNBC’s John ...

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Why Facebook Can’t Fix Itself

Craig: Jane, I have two quotes for you. Please guess where they came coming from: “This specific’s not enough” and also also also “We know we have more work to do.” Jane: The first can be me after I finish a large shawarma. The second can be Twitter, probably. How did I do? Craig: Deliciously incorrect. Both are comments coming ...

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Pentagon says the item’s postponing Trump’s military parade

The Pentagon said in a Thursday statement in which the item would likely “explore opportunities” in 2019 for President Donald Trump’s military parade in which originally had been set for November of This specific year. in which development came just hours after CNBC reported in which the parade had been shaping up to cost $80 million more than initially estimated. ...

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Trump says he canceled military parade over ‘ridiculously high’ cost

President Donald Trump claimed Friday morning which he canceled the military parade he had asked the Pentagon to plan, in addition to he blamed local D.C. politicians for “ridiculously high” costs. The Pentagon announced the decision to cancel the planned November parade Thursday night, hours after CNBC reported which the event would likely cost $92 million — $80 million more ...

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The number of jailed foreigners fell before Trump took office: Study

Before President Donald Trump took office in 2017, criminal alien incarcerations were on the decline inside U.S. The number of convicted inmates in federal prison without citizenship plunged about 22 percent coming from fiscal 2011 to 2016 — before Trump was inaugurated — according to a government watchdog’s study released Thursday. which drop outpaced the total federal inmate population, which ...

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