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Thursday morning, he took to twitter to lash out, calling this the " single greatest witch hunt of a politician in American history ". Former FBI Director Robert Mueller was appointed to serve as a special prosecutor on the case after Trump fired FBI Director James Comey.
  • Who is French President-elect Emmanuel Macron?

    Economy

    The centrist's emphatic victory, which also smashed the dominance of France's mainstream parties, brings huge relief to European allies who had feared another populist upheaval to follow Britain's vote to quit the EU and Donald Trump's election as US president.
  • Jan Becker Sells 3089 Shares of Autodesk, Inc. (ADSK) Stock

    Economy

    The stock was sold at an average price of $85.08, for a total transaction of $4,686,887.04. The transaction was disclosed in a document filed with the SEC, which is available through this link . If you are accessing this piece on another domain, it was stolen and reposted in violation of United States and global copyright and trademark law. The original version of this news story can be viewed at https://baseballnewssource.com/markets/autodesk-inc-adsk-issues-earnings-results/796307.html.
  • Merkel, Macron seek to revitalise ties to bolster EU

    Economy

    Merkel said that, from Germany's viewpoint, treaty change would be possible, adding: "I would be ready to do this, but first we will work on what we want to reform". Macron addressed a source of German concern by saying that he had "never defended [the idea of] Eurobonds or the mutualisation of existing debt in the eurozone " because it would make some countries less responsible.
  • Dunkin' Donuts now offering frozen coffee

    Dunkin' Donuts now offering frozen coffee

    Economy

    The new addition can be customized with Dunkin' Donuts flavors swirls or shots and your choice of cream or milk. "My daughter too", one customer wrote on Dunkin' Donut's Facebook page. If you're unable to take a coffee break during the sampling event or if the sample leaves you wanting more, Friday is a good day to buy the new drink.
  • Worries arise over student loan forgiveness program

    Worries arise over student loan forgiveness program

    Economy

    This bill will help ease the burden of student debt by finally allowing undergraduate borrowers to refinance their loans and take advantage of today's new lower rates. "Increasing access to and success in postsecondary education, especially for the most vulnerable members of society, remains a very important goal in the post-recession economy, and the budget should reflect this priority".
  • TrueNorth Inc. Sells 2120 Shares of Exxon Mobil Co. (XOM)

    TrueNorth Inc. Sells 2120 Shares of Exxon Mobil Co. (XOM)

    Economy

    On April 28, the oil and gas giant reported first-quarter adjusted net earnings of $4.01 billion, or $0.95 per share, up from $1.810 billion, or $0.43 per share, a year earlier. The rating was maintained by BMO Capital Markets with "Hold" on Monday, May 1. Vetr downgraded the stock to "Strong-Buy" rating in Wednesday, August 12 report.
  • ICJ verdict a big setback, says Shah

    Economy

    In an emergency hearing swiftly organized on 15 May, counsels for New Delhi had urged the court to halt the execution of Jadhav. But India has maintained he is not a spy, and has accused Pakistan of violating the Vienna Convention by failing to provide him with consular access, as well as breaking global human rights law.
  • The Laptop Ban - Ban It or Expand It?

    The Laptop Ban - Ban It or Expand It?

    Economy

    Homeland Security previously said the electronics ban involving Middle Eastern airports was put in place because usa officials were "concerned about terrorists' ongoing interest in targeting commercial aviation". Business travelers, who prefer to work on their laptops during a flight, are a main source of revenue for airlines. New security measures could result in major logistical disruptions at airports, and airlines might face reduced demand for lucrative tickets.
  • Brazil's Temer Vows to Stay in Power as Political Crisis Deepens

    Brazil's Temer Vows to Stay in Power as Political Crisis Deepens

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    Temer told reporters he will not resign shortly after state-run news agency Agencia Brasil reported the news of the Supreme Court inquiry. A mock coffin with a photo of Brazil's President Michel Temer is lit by candles during a protest in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Thursday, May 18, 2017.