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The Ryan-Brady plan did include "pay-fors", including a proposed "border adjustment" tax that would favor exports and discourage imports. He will propose cutting the income tax rate paid by public corporations to 15 per cent from 35 per cent, and allowing multinationals to bring in overseas profits at a tax rate of 10 per cent versus 35 per cent now, the official said.
  • Warren On Trump's Taxes: 'People Are Going To Keep Demanding It'

    Warren On Trump's Taxes: 'People Are Going To Keep Demanding It'

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    Trump releasing his taxes was important to about 50 percent of respondants to a Bloomberg/Morning Consult poll released last week, and 53 percent said he should be required to release his federal tax returns. "And you know full well that President Trump and his family are complying with all the ethical rules, everything they need to do to step away from his businesses and be a full-time president", she added.
  • Republican: 'All Hands On Deck' In Congressional Runoff

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    Ossoff was backed by major Democratic PACs and raised $8.3 million this quarter, mostly from outside groups. Karen Handel , the Republican who advanced to a June 20 runoff alongside Democrat Jon Ossoff, kept Trump at arm's length during the campaign - and didn't mention his name during her election night victory speech.
  • New England Patriots Visit White House

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    More than 50 players attended the event at the Obama White House , while 34 attended Mr Trump's , according to Vice President of Media Relations Stacey James . Among the athletes not in attendance was quarterback Tom Brady, who announced Wednesday morning that he would be absent for "family matters". Kraft compared the Patriots' victory to Trump's win in the November 2016 election and handed him a jersey with number 45 on it representing the 45th president of the United States.
  • Suspect in shooting of Seattle officers is dead

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    The man told officers he knew of the plan to steal items from the store but was not aware of the shooting, the affidavit said. Officer Kang spent five years as a reserve officer with the City of Union Gap before he was hired by Seattle PD.
  • Teacher accused of kidnapping to face federal charges in Tennessee

    Teacher accused of kidnapping to face federal charges in Tennessee

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    Cummins, who appeared in court wearing an orange jail jumpsuit and chains shackled around his waist, didn't speak at all. U.S. Magistrate Judge Kendall Newman ordered him held as both a flight risk and a danger to the public. They say he left Tennessee at a time when he knew he was the subject fo an investigation about engaging in improper sexual behavior with a juvenile victim because he had been interviewed multiple times by officials about his involvement with the victim.
  • United States 'sword stands ready', Mike Pence warns North Korea

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    He called North Korea the most urgent and unsafe threat to the peace and security of the Asia-Pacific region. One of the tests will reportedly involve an upgraded ship-to-air interceptor Standard Missile, which is aimed at shooting down intermediate-range North Korean missiles that pose a threat to US allies like South Korea and Japan.
  • Lt. Gov disappointed Liberty Place monument removed

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    Liberty Place is one of four Confederate-era monuments the city intends to remove. A crew arrived around 1:25 a.m.to pull down the Liberty Monument , a tribute to whites who fought against an integrated post-Civil War government in New Orleans.
  • South Dakota US senators praise Perdue as ag secretary

    South Dakota US senators praise Perdue as ag secretary

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    Georgia U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson voted in favor of Perdue's nomination. He was born into a farming family in Bonaire, Georgia, and his career spanned stints as a farmer, agribusinessman, veterinarian, state legislator and governor of Georgia.
  • Quick-thinking McDonald's worker leads police to Facebook killer

    Quick-thinking McDonald's worker leads police to Facebook killer

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    By the time he pulled out of the driveway and onto Buffalo Road, state police were behind him, DuCharme said. Steve Stephens, a resident of OH, was charged with aggravated murder for shooting 74-year-old Robert Goodwin on Easter and posting the murder on Facebook.
  • UC Berkeley wants to postpone Coulter speech

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    That probably would have put security officials on high alert and might have sparked another showdown in struggles over campus safety, student views and ideological openness. " We also have an unwavering commitment to providing for the safety and well-being of speakers who come to campus, our students and other members of our campus and surrounding communities ".