Court Orders Radio Host To Have Feminist Guests “And Not Interrupt Them”

An Argentinan radio host charged with “disrespectful, insulting, denigrating and discriminatory outbursts against women” has been forced to have feminist guests on his show in order to repent for having views not deemed correct by courts. In return for local courts not pursuing criminal charges against him, a female judge let him off – on […]
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Asian shares ride Wall Street surge, oil rally

Asian shares on Thursday latched on to a dramatic surge on Wall Street as markets, battered by a recent drum roll of deepening political and economic gloom, cheered upbeat U.S. data and the Trump administration's effort to shore up investor confidence. There was no single trigger for the overnight relief rally on Wall Street, though a Mastercard Inc report that sales during the U.S. holiday shopping season rose the most in six years in 2018 helped clam frayed nerves. There was also some attem...
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Trump declares end to US 'policeman' role in surprise Iraq visit

Trump landed at 7:16 pm local time at Al-Asad Air Base in western Iraq, accompanied by his wife Melania, following what he described as a stressful, secrecy shrouded flight on a "pitch black" Air Force One. White House video showed a smiling Trump shaking hands with camouflage-clad personnel, signing autographs and posing for photos.
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Schools urged to eliminate single-use plastics by 2022

Education secretary asks headteachers to consider using sustainable alternativesSchools are being encouraged to set themselves the target of eliminating their reliance on single-use plastics by 2022.The education secretary, Damian Hinds, has urged headteachers in England to consider using sustainable alternatives instead of non-recyclable plastic for items such as straws, bottles, bags and food packaging. Continue reading...
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Trump signs legislation making it easier to kill sea lions in the Columbia River

The bill streamlines the process for Washington, Idaho, Oregon and several Pacific Northwest Native American tribes to capture and euthanize potentially hundreds of sea lions found in the river east of Portland.
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Wall Street roars back to life in best session in 9 years

Wall Street stocks roared back to life on Wednesday, shaking off four straight routs following strong retail sales data and White House reassurances that Fed Chair Jay Powell won't be fired. The broad-based S&P 500 also surged five percent to 2,467.70, while the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index advanced 5.8 percent to 6,554.36. The US gains were the biggest for a single session on Wall Street in nine years, a surge analysts attributed in part to technical factors after days of selling.
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Stocks Recover All Christmas Eve Plunge Losses

U.S. stocks surged Wednesday, recovering all their losses from a Christmas Eve plunge and placing the market on track for its best day in nine months. Gains in technology companies, retailers, health care and internet stocks drove the broad rally, which gave the benchmark S&P 500 index some breathing room after it slid Monday to just shy of what Wall Street calls a bear market — a 20 percent fall from an index’s peak. Energy stocks also rebounded as the price of U.S. crude oil notched its bigg...
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President Trump Said Federal Workers Support the Shutdown. Not True, Say Unions Representing Hundreds of Thousands

As hundreds of thousands of federal employees marked the Christmas holiday with their families Tuesday unsure about the state of their jobs and paychecks, President Donald Trump asserted that “many” of those impacted by the partial government shutdown support it if it leads to the controversial U.S.-Mexico border wall he’s promised to his base for…
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White House Petition Launched to Reverse the Bump Stock Ban

White House Petition Launched to Reverse the Bump Stock Ban U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- President Trump once said to a packed room of NRA members, “the war of the Second Amendment is over”.With Trump's bump stock ban set to go into effect, the end of hostility towards the Second Amendment doesn't seem to be at an end. In fact, this new interpretation of the National Firearms Act goes beyond anything that Obama could have hoped to accomplish in his attacks on the Second Amendment. A lot of gun own...
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Donald Trump makes surprise visit to Iraq over Christmas to meet US soldiers

Donald Trump has made a surprise trip to Iraq, meeting American soldiers in what was his first visit to a conflict zone since becoming US president. Mr Trump and his wife Melania took off from Washington DC late on Christmas day and arrived on Boxing Day for a visit that was kept closely under wraps.  While there Mr Trump confirmed that he would not be pulling US troops out of Iraq, despite his decision earlier this month to withdraw from Syria.  That choice had split his administration, with Ja...
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Twitter Users Suspect Trump Didn’t Visit Troops Out Of Generosity Of His Heart

One person wondered if the White House locks could be changed while the president was out of town.
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Twitter Users Suspect He Didn’t Visit Iraq Troops Out Of Generosity Of His Heart

One person wondered if the White House locks could be changed while the president was out of town.
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Trump makes surprise visit to forces in Iraq

The US leader and first lady made a Christmas visit to US troops in Iraq, the White House confirms.
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Donald and Melania Trump visit US troops in Iraq

The US leader and first lady made a Christmas visit to US troops in Iraq, the White House confirms.
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Trump In Iraq On First Visit To Troops In Combat Zone

AL-ASAD AIRBASE, Iraq (AP) — President Donald Trump made an unannounced visit to Iraq on Wednesday, leaving behind a partially shuttered U.S. government to greet American troops helping hold off extremists in a country where thousands of Americans died during the recent war. President Trump and the First Lady traveled to Iraq late on Christmas night to visit with our troops and Senior Military leadership to thank them for their service, their success, and their sacrifice and to wish them a Mer...
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Donald Trump’s no good, very bad Christmas documented in memes

The president did not have a very merry Christmas.
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Tiny salamanders could complicate Shasta Dam project

A 1972 state law prohibits the 602-foot Shasta Dam from getting any taller, but the Trump administration is planning to raise it. Environmentalists say the project would put the rare salamanders at risk of extinction.
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Second Amendment News By The Numbers: Bump Stock Ban Makes Trump More Of A Gun Control President Than Obama Ever Was

Trump's most significant gun control policy achievement to date outstrips Obama's by nearly a full order of magnitude.
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3 ways the U.S. government shutdown affects the world

Few other nations experience anything like a government shutdown during domestic funding disputes. But even if the shutdown is a distinctly American phenomenon, it will be felt internationally in three big ways.
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How to actually make and keep New Year's resolutions, according to a behavioral scientist

Most people don't keep their New Year's resolutions. Psychologists say that in order to make successful changes, you have to want things to be different and stick to your plan. If you're trying to break an old habit, replace it with a new one.  New Year's resolutions can be tough to keep. As former President Barack Obama told Prince Harry in an interview last year, "I’m not sure I believe in New Year’s resolutions — typically people break them." Meghan Markle also once said she isn’t a fan of...
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White House tries again to reassure Wall Street

The White House sought to project a message of stability on Wednesday about the US economy amid ongoing market volatility triggered in part by confusing signals sent in recent days by President Donald Trump and his top advisers.
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WH Senior Advisers Jared And Ivanka Ditch Shutdown For Mar-a-Lago

In an odd move for senior White House advisers, Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump left President Donald Trump in a gridlocked and shut-down Washington to make it to Mar-a-Lago by Christmas Day, according to a Daily Mail report.  The couple has been photographed strolling the streets of Palm Beach in casual attire, despite administration protestations last week that Kushner was a critical part of shutdown negotiations. The couple joins other members of the clan Barron and Donald Jr., leaving the ...
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Jimmy Carter’s howay days in Newcastle | Brief letters

Homelessness and MPs | Mathew Law | Presidential visit | Donald Trump’s wall | Easter origins | Scotland’s MacedoniaNearly 600 homeless die on the streets (Report, 21 December). About the same number of MPs take two weeks’ leave to go back to their warm homes after a ridiculous PM’s questions; I cannot call it a debate. MPs must decide: Brexit circus – the most disastrous decision since the Iraq war – or education, housing and health. Two words sum it up: grow up.Joan LangrognatHarrow, Middlesex...
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Breaking 15-Year Tradition, Trump Doesn’t Visit Troops For Christmas

Though he made calls to military personnel on Christmas, President Donald Trump opted not to visit any bases or hospitals this year. According to an NBC News report, the most recent President to skip the Christmastime visit was President George Bush in 2002. President Barack Obama visited troops on a base in Hawaii every year of his presidency. Trump stopped by the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center last year, but skipped the tradition this year, adding yet another strike ...
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Fed chair’s job is not in jeopardy, White House economic adviser says

The head of the U.S. Federal Reserve faces no risk of losing his job and President Donald Trump is happy with his Treasury secretary, a White House official said in an apparent attempt to calm Wall Street nerves frayed by Trump's criticism of the Fed.
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Trump 'very happy' with Treasury chief Mnuchin: White House adviser

U.S. President Donald Trump is "very happy" with his Treasury secretary, Steven Mnuchin, a top White House economic adviser said on Wednesday, as he defended the Treasury for a recent call to top bankers to discuss markets.
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Huckabee Defends Trump: It’s Not Like He’s ‘Boiling The Little Girl’s Rabbit’

After President Trump was roasted for appearing to mock a 7-year-old girl for still believing in Santa Claus earlier this week, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) raised eyebrows when he took it upon himself to defend Trump, by claiming his comments weren’t as bad as “boiling the little girl’s rabbit.” “What is wrong with people? It wasn’t like he was boiling the little girl’s bunny rabbit in a pot on the stove or something, I mean, he asked a simple question. You never can find a way tha...
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‘Under The Gun’: Trump Losing Confidence In Mnuchin Over Xmas Eve Market Drop

Despite issuing public praise of his treasury secretary on Christmas Day, President Trump is quietly fuming over what he sees as Steven Mnuchin’s failed attempts to quell a tumultuous market on Christmas Eve, and Mnuchin’s fate as a member of the Trump administration is becoming increasing uncertain, CNN reported. “Mnuchin is under the gun,” a source close to the White House told CNN. In recent weeks, Trump has become frustrated with Mnuchin over his advice that he appoint Jerome Powell as th...
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Trump: Gov’t Won’t Reopen Until Dems Agree To Wall Or ‘Whatever They Call It’

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said Tuesday that parts of the federal government will stay closed until Democrats agree to put up more walls along the U.S.-Mexico border to deter criminal elements. He said he’s open to calling the wall something else as long as he ends up with an actual wall. In a Christmas Day appearance in the Oval Office, Trump issued a lengthy defense of his desire for a wall, saying it’s the only way to stop drugs and human traffickers from entering the country....
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CBP Orders Medical Checks After Second Child In Custody Dies

HOUSTON (AP) — U.S. Customs and Border Protection have ordered medical checks on every child in its custody after an 8-year-old boy from Guatemala died, marking the second death of an immigrant child in the agency’s care this month. The death came during an ongoing dispute over border security and with a partial government shutdown underway over President Donald Trump’s request for border wall funding . The boy, identified by Guatemalan authorities as Felipe Gómez Alonzo, had been in CBP’s cus...
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