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White House Brief? Bolton Writes Two-Sentence Letter Of Resignation
12 Sep, 2019
White House Brief? Bolton Writes Two-Sentence Letter Of Resignation

Business Insider reports National Security Adviser John Bolton's two-sentence resignation letter was short. Shorter, in fact, than the tweets President Donald Trump sent out Tuesday about his dismissal. According to Business Insider, Trump tweeted he'd let Bolton go. But Bolton's letter of resignati..Read More

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Trump's Proposed Flavored E-cigarette Ban Encouraged By Public
12 Sep, 2019
Trump's Proposed Flavored E-cigarette Ban Encouraged By Public

People in New York are not worried about President Donald Trump’s push to ban flavored e-cigarettes. According to Reuters, they admit youth addiction needed to be controlled and hope this might help. The proposed ban was announced by Trump, Melania Trump and Health and Human Services Secretary..Read More

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US Denies Temporary Protective Immigration Status To People Evacuating The Bahamas
12 Sep, 2019
US Denies Temporary Protective Immigration Status To People Evacuating The Bahamas

The U.S. denied temporary protected immigration status to people evacuating the Bahamas. According to Reuters, they left after being hit by a Category 5 hurricane. The status would have allowed them to live an work in the U.S. while their country recovers. In the past, the U.S. granted temporary pro..Read More

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CDC Still Baffled By Spate Of E-Cigarette Related Deaths
11 Sep, 2019
CDC Still Baffled By Spate Of E-Cigarette Related Deaths

The CDC is investigating at least 450 possible cases of vape-related illnesses in 33 states across the US. Business Insider reports the mysterious illnesses have claimed at least six lives already. The Trump administration announced Wednesday it will push for a ban on all flavored e-cigarettes. It's..Read More

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Wall Street Advances: China Extends Olive Branch
11 Sep, 2019
Wall Street Advances: China Extends Olive Branch

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wall Street was pushed higher on Wednesday by tariff-sensitive technology and industrial shares after China extended an olive branch ahead of next month’s trade negotiations with the United States. FILE PHOTO: Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)..Read More

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Putin’s Star Fading
11 Sep, 2019
Putin’s Star Fading

For democracy activists in Russia, the real victory this week isn’t that Vladimir Putin’s party performed so poorly in Sunday’s Moscow city council election. That’s just a consequence of a far more important change in the country: the shattering of a feeling of helplessness i..Read More

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