The president told CNBC he’s “not thrilled” the U.S. central bank under Chairman Jerome Powell is continuing to raise interest rates, suggesting they may undercut his efforts to expand the economy.
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The White House has been under intense criticism after the press secretary declined to rule out the Kremlin’s request to question former U.S. ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul and other Americans who have been critical of Russian President Vladimir Putin's regime.
Neither the White House nor Kremlin has announced another meeting between the leaders. Russian President Vladimir Putin told diplomats today that the Helsinki summit had led to “useful agreements.”
The proposal would strike language that guides officials to ignore economic impacts when determining how wildlife should be protected. Conservationists say the changes will weaken a law enacted 45 years ago to keep plants and animals in decline from going extinct.
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President Trump said the fine is proof that the regional bloc has “taken advantage” of the United States. The E.U. hit Google with a record antitrust fine over the company's practices on its Android mobile platform.
The Philadelphia-based cable giant said it would focus efforts on its $34 billion campaign to purchase Sky, a European pay-TV service.
The far-right Freedom Party of Austria says it's being treated unfairly by critics, arguing that the law is "about animal protection."
Carol Glover's two sons had originally sought $50 million in damages from the transit agency, but the terms of the final settlement remain sealed as part of the legal agreement between Metro and the family.
Documents shed light on how former administrator Scott Pruitt’s preferences drove travel planning at the Environmental Protection Agency.
The remains sat in an unmarked pauper’s grave for more than 40 years until a 23-year-old college student working on a genealogy project came across Unknown White Female Bones in the cemetery index in 2014.
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