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Key figures purged from Trump transition teamWashington PostThe bloodletting in President-elect Donald Trump's transition team that began with last week's ouster of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie escalated Tuesday with new departures, particularly in the area of national security, as power consolidated within ...
Obama: "I Think I Did A Pretty Good Job"RealClearPoliticsPresident Obama analyzes his presidency at a joint press conference with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras in Athens Tuesday evening local time. Obama said the American people elected Trump because they just wanted to "shake things up." Obama ...
New York Post
Barbershop opens in chaotic Mosul as ISIS retreatsNew York PostAn Iraqi man shaves his beard inside a barber shop in Intisar district of Mosul, Iraq. Photo: Reuters. More On: mosul · ISIS stockpiling chemicals for use as weapons, UN warns · ISIS leader doesn't expect to survive Mosul offensive · Investigators ...
The Latest: Airport Resumes Operations After ShootingABC NewsWill Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City has resumed operations after being closed for several hours following a fatal shooting. The airport was shut down by police shortly after a Southwest Airlines employee was shot about 1 p.m. Tuesday. Michael ...
Wall Street Journal
Snapchat Parent Begins the IPO ProcessWall Street JournalSnap Inc. has confidentially filed paperwork for an initial public offering that may value the popular messaging platform at as much as $25 billion, a major step toward what would be one of the highest-profile stock debuts in recent years. The company ...
Fake Content Puts Pressure on Facebook, GoogleWall Street JournalFacebook Inc., Twitter Inc. and Alphabet Inc.'s Google are under increased pressure to police what news content can be posted on their platforms, making them reluctant judges of what is misleading, hateful or true. Such moves could alienate users, hurt ... |