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SeanSpicer-072117.jpg Embattled White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer resigned Friday morning after a tumultuous six months in the White House. In a post to Twitter, Spicer said, "It's been an honor & a privilege to serve @POTUS @realDonaldTrump & this amazing country. I will continue my service through August."

Trump-CPAC-072117.jpg Mark Corallo has resigned as the spokesman for President Donald Trump's legal team amid reports of a shakeup of the team of lawyers handling the White House's defense in the investigation of Russian meddling in last year's election. A person who spoke with Corallo told Politico the resignation comes...

JustinBieber-Banned-072117.jpg The Chinese government has banned Canadian pop diva Justin Bieber from performing in the country. The Beijing Municipal Bureau of Culture cited "bad behavior" as the reason to say "no" to the pop star with the biggest fan-following in the world. It was in response to a Chinese Bieber fan's query...

Plenty-072117.jpg California based vertical farming company Plenty, attracted $200 million in fresh investment. The funding was led by Masayoshi Son of SoftBank Vision Fund, joined by Amazon Chief Jeff Bezos through Innovation Endeavors and Bezos Expeditions and Eric Schmidt of Alphabet.

MarkWarner-Adam-072117.jpg Two top Democrats on committees investigating alleged Russian meddling in last year's election have expressed concerns about a report President Donald Trump is considering issuing pardons to individuals involved in the probe. Senator Mark Warner, D-Virg., and Congressman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., both issued statements calling the report "disturbing."

US-NK-Travelban-072117.jpg Two China-based travel agencies that operate tours in North Korea said Friday they have been informed that the US Government will introduce a ban on its citizens from visiting North Korea as tourists. Koryo Tours and Young Pioneer Tours said they were informed by the Swedish embassy in Pyongyang,...

DonaldTrump1-072117.jpg With the investigation of alleged Russian meddling in last year's election continuing to create headaches for the White House, reports claim President Donald Trump's legal team is looking for ways to discredit the probe by special counsel Robert Mueller.

Whitehouse-Pharmas-072117.jpg In line with the White House Made in America initiative, three US corporates have announced a major investment plan to manufacture pharmaceutical glass packaging materials in the country under cross-industry technology collaboration. At a White House event Thursday, as part of the Made in America...

christopher-wray-072017.jpg President Donald Trump's nomination of former Justice Department official Christopher Wray as FBI Director was unanimously approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee voted 20-0 in favor of Wray's nomination, paving the way for his confirmation by the full Senate.

RobertSMueller-072017.jpg Special counsel Robert Mueller has reportedly expanded his investigation of alleged collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign to include President Donald Trump's business transactions. A report from Bloomberg citing a person familiar with the probe said Mueller is examining a broad range of...

JeffersonSessions-072017.jpg Attorney General Jeff Sessions indicated Thursday he has no plans to resign despite criticism from President Donald Trump over his decision to recuse himself from the investigation of Russian meddling in last year's election.

FrontierAirlines-071917.jpg Denver, Colorado based low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines will expand its services to 21 cities. The airline which serves 80 cities in the U.S., Mexico and the Dominican Republic is planning to add 85 new routes.

Terrorism-072017.jpg The number of terrorist attacks and fatalities from terrorism across the globe have declined in 2016 from levels seen in the previous year, according to a US State Department report. The State Department released its annual report, Country Reports on Terrorism 2016, Wednesday. The report, based...

US-Capitol-072017.jpg A bill to repeal Obamacare without a replacement would increase the number of people who are uninsured by 32 million over ten years, according to an estimate released by the Congressional Budget Office on Wednesday. The CBO found that the bill repealing many of the provisions of Obamacare would increase...

JohnMccain-072017.jpg Republican Senator and chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee John McCain, R-Ariz., has been diagnosed with glioblastoma - a very aggressive brain cancer. The tumor was discovered during surgery to remove a blood clot from above McCain's left eye last week. On July 14th, McCain underwent...

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