• Trump has 'unbelievable relationship' with Merkel: White House

    Trump has 'unbelievable relationship' with Merkel: White House

    Economy

    Trump launched a salvo against German vehicle exports to the United States last week, saying that "the Germans are bad, very bad " during a meeting with senior European officials in Brussels, the German weekly Der Spiegel reported. Earlier this year another Trump administration official pointed to the "grossly undervalued" euro as an unfair advantage for German goods. Later in the day, Trump's spokesman and the U.S.
  • Taylor Swift is back on Spotify

    Economy

    After the release of "1989" in 2014, Swift removed her music from Spotify and other services. Swift only allowed Apple to stream her fifth studio album after the platform made a decision to pay artists royalties during its free three-month trial.
  • Italy Exit Poll: Populists Trailing in Main Mayoral Races

    Italy Exit Poll: Populists Trailing in Main Mayoral Races

    Economy

    Analysts said the party was punished, in part, for its poor track record in Rome, after winning elections there last summer. But its rule in the capital has been mired in controversy, denting its image, and its grassroots operations elsewhere have been snarled by internal feuding.
  • Warriors, Cavs in a familiar place as finals return to coast

    Warriors, Cavs in a familiar place as finals return to coast

    Economy

    Normally, the team cruising to a 137-116 win wouldn't sit as nearly double-digit favorites. The stats for the game were fairly even, except for three-pointers made and three-point shooting percentage. "Talking trash or knocking guys on the floor, whatever you got to do, you got to do it". We believe that we have enough here to win a championship. They told her that the officials told them to give Green a tech in the first half.
  • Scotland can win remaining qualifiers, says Robertson

    Economy

    The man himself didn't shy away from facing his critics though, and he fronted up after the match to not only defend himself, but to exalt the skill and technique of the man who should still be considered a hero for Scotland despite his teammates' inability to hold on to the precious lead he had given them for four excruciatingly long minutes.
  • Talks Ongoing With UK PM Theresa May's Conservatives: Democratic Unionist Party

    Economy

    For anyone in the Conservative Party who believed that the DUP would be pliable lobby-fodder to keep them in power, events of the last 24 hours have provided a warning. May's position seems safe for the near future because Britain must start negotiations later this month on leaving the European Union, but most British newspapers agreed Saturday that she is only just clinging on.
  • Theresa May to lose Prime Minister's seat

    Theresa May to lose Prime Minister's seat

    Economy

    The negotiations had been due to start around June 19. After the Conservatives failed to win a majority, Prime Minister Theresa May says she can rely on the support of the Democratic Unionist Party . But Theresa May has been warned that it would be "absolutely unacceptable" to water down her Brexit objectives following the General Election result.
  • The 2017 Tony Awards get political

    The 2017 Tony Awards get political

    Economy

    It was the first win - and a big one - for the show as the telecast approached the hour mark. "Nixon, the Sex and the City" star, struck a defiant political tone, saluting those who refuse to stand around and watch bad things happen in the world.
  • Dear Evan Hansen wins best musical at 2017 Tony Awards

    Dear Evan Hansen wins best musical at 2017 Tony Awards

    Economy

    Nixon, while accepting her Tony for best featured actress in a play, turned political at the end of her speech. Kline won the lead actor Tony for his turn as an egocentric actor in Noel Cowards' " Present Laughter ". " Hello Dolly! " won four Tonys, including best musical revival. Spacey opened proceedings with a musical number that climaxed with him tap dancing in top hat and tails.
  • Putin Critic Detained After Defying Police With Protest Call

    Putin Critic Detained After Defying Police With Protest Call

    Economy

    The Tverskaya street is blocked by trucks placed by authorities in Moscow, Russia, Monday, June 12, 2017. It is a national holiday, and a whole series of official events are already planned on Tverskaya Street to mark Russia Day - including some military re-enactments.
  • Canada Weekly Rig Count Up 25% to 132

    Canada Weekly Rig Count Up 25% to 132

    Economy

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