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Washington Post (blog)
Trump 2020 is off to a great startWashington Post (blog)News, I am sad to report, continues to occur. And it is even worse than I thought. If President Trump's press appearances Wednesday and Thursday were any indication, we are still trapped inside the 2016 election and will stay trapped there forever. It ...
All the things Trump covered at his epic news conferencePoliticoPresident Donald Trump held court with reporters for 80 minutes Thursday, producing no shortage of news in his first solo press conference as commander in chief. Facing a host of issues and controversies that have swirled around his administration in ...
New York Times
Judges v. Trump: Be Careful What You Wish ForNew York TimesThe opinion of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit upholding the temporary restraining order against President Trump's travel ban has received a fair amount of criticism from legal experts. They point out that the president enjoys ...
Death toll jumps to 75 in ISIS attack on Pakistan shrineCBS NewsKARACHI, Pakistan - The death toll from an Islamic State suicide bombing at a famous shrine in Pakistan has climbed to 75, with another 200 people wounded. According to three security officials, the suicide bomber entered the main hall of the shrine of ...
Snap lowers valuation expectations in highly awaited IPOReutersSnap Inc (SNAP.N), owner of the popular messaging app Snapchat, set a lower-than-expected valuation range on Thursday, amid mounting investor concern over its unproven business model, slowing growth and tight founder control. The company, which ...
Mark Zuckerberg's humanitarian manifestoTechCrunch“Are we building the world we all want?” That's a question often reserved for the lips of presidents and religious leaders, and too rarely asked by CEOs. But technology has risen as a force that unites us, alongside government and faith. So too must ... |