President Trump’s testy call with British Prime Minister Theresa May while en route to Paris set the tone for 43 hours of turbulence in the French capital and five days of presidential fury over election results and media coverage of his decision to skip a ceremony honoring the military sacrifice of World War I, U.S. and European officials said.
The news of the potential ouster of deputy national security adviser Mira R. Ricardel comes amid reports of tensions between Ricardel and White House officials. A National Security Council spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
If they can figure out the science from beginning to end and how to scale up the process into a viable commercial venture, the folks at Finless Foods hint at an almost utopian reversal of fortunes for humans, fish and the environment.
The concerns about Amazon’s process for selecting the winning cities — as well as the taxpayer subsidies it gained — underscore how the company’s furious growth is inviting a closer look from city halls to Capitol Hill.
Most economists predict the economy will weaken — or even go into recession — by the next presidential election. If that happens, the president will have to decide: Does he try to boost growth, or does he blame others for any slowdown?
Prosecutors say Joaquín Archivaldo Guzmán Loera’s ruthlessness was surpassed perhaps only by his efficiency. Defense lawyers say his “El Chapo” status is a creation of governments trying to distract from corruption in their own ranks.
The deadline has passed for star running back Le’Veon Bell to sign the Steelers’ offer. Any free-agent deal he signs will be judged against the millions he passed up, and many observers maintain that he won’t get back to even.