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By Jillian Kay Melchior

Rep. Devin Nunes’ big role in the unfolding drama between Justice Department and the Trump administration has drawn national headlines — and allowed him to collect big money from D.C. area donors.

Unfortunately, smiling servers might be hard to come by since legislation to eliminate tips remains on the docket in several states across the country.

May 25, 2018, 12:26 pmBad news: there’s another national security crisis. And no, it has nothing to do with cancelling the Iran deal or the Singapore summit.It’s cars. We don’t make enough cars. Or something like that.At least, that’s the rationale the Trump administration is presenting for its proposal to use (again!) Section 232 rules to implement a 25 percent tariff on automobile imports. These same rules were used to implement tariffs on steel and

President Trump told Fox News on Friday he has struck a deal with Chinese President Xi Jinping to ease U.S. sanctions imposed on Chinese telecommunications giant ZTE.

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Authored by James Howard Kunstler via Kunstler.com, Fishy Business Picking up a trope conceived months back, the melodrama of US governance is

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By Printus LeBlanc There is fight brewing in Congress over the funding of a local transportation project. Senators and House Members

By Printus LeBlanc Last week the Trump administration announced it would impose a 25 percent tariff on imported steel and a

Ctrip, (NASDAQ: CTRP), the Chinese OTA (online travel agent) leader, has performed strongly over the past couple of years, with

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Europe’s new privacy law took effect Friday, causing major U.S. news websites to suspend access across the region as data-protection

Publicly traded technology companies have been issuing bonds that convert into equity at a pace unseen since the height of

Several U.S. news outlets are shutting out European internet users in apparent effort to avoid having to comply with the