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US-sanctions-072617.jpg The House of Representatives has overwhelmingly approved legislation to impose fresh sanctions against Russia, Iran and North Korea. The Russia, Iran, and North Korea sanctions bill was passed with 419 votes in favor and just 3 votes against. The bill, which is likely to irk the Kremlin and complicate...

Trump-Gary-Janet-072617.jpg Gary Cohn, a top White House economic adviser, is on President Donald Trump's short list of candidates to be the next head of the Federal Reserve. This was confirmed by Trump himself. Current Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen's term ends in February next year. Trump could also decide to reappoint Yellen to another four-year term.

Mccain-Pence-072617.jpg The US Senate has started debating President Donald Trump's top legislative priority to repeal and replace Obamacare with a Republican health care plan. Tuesday, the Senate agreed to allow the debate on health care legislation reform to go forward with the help of Vice President Mike Pence's tie-breaking...

Toyota-FastCharging-072517.jpg Toyota is working on developing an electric car with a fast charging battery, the Chunichi Shimbun reported on Tuesday.

AnthonyScaramucci-072517.jpg Television cameras will be allowed in the White House briefing room again. This was announced by the new Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci Monday. It was followed by a tweet saying "It will never get old. I am humbled and blessed to be here," and a photo of Scaramucci posing with Trump. The...

DonaldTrump1-072417.jpg President Donald Trump launched a tweetstorm Sunday night and into Monday morning, attacking the media, Republicans and even his own Attorney General. Trump once again called the investigation of Russian interference in last year's presidential election a "witch hunt," going against the belief of...

Democrats-Americanworkers-072417.jpg Democrats are launching a new policy agenda on Monday aimed at fixing an economy and political system that they allege are "rigged" against the American people. Over the next several months, Democrats will lay out a series of policies, which Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says if enacted, will...

Trump-Kushner-072417.jpg US President Donald Trump's son-in-law said neither he nor any member of the Trump campaign team colluded with Russia or with any foreign government to take advantage for the Republican candidate in the 2016 presidential election. Jared Kushner, who is President's son-in-law and a top adviser, is...

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.

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