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Wall Street dips on Trump protectionism, Qualcomm drag

Traders work on the floor of the NYSE in New York CityU.S. stocks edged lower on Monday as early moves by President Donald Trump highlighting a protectionist stance on trade gave investors cause to rethink the post-election rally. In his latest executive order, Trump signed to formally withdraw the United States from the 12-nation Trans-Pacific partnership trade deal. Trump has also vowed to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with leaders of Canada and Mexico.

Here’s How Inflation Could Suck the Wind Out of Trump’s Economy

Here’s How Inflation Could Suck the Wind Out of Trump’s EconomyDon't look now, but Federal Reserve officials could actually have a problem with price inflation on their hands — something they've been trying to encourage, via ultra-low interest rates and multiple bond buying programs, for years. The only problem: The signs of inflation have emerged now that Wall Street has grown addicted to a dovish Fed. A hawkish turn now, which the Fed has been threatening since the surprise election of Donald Trump boosted hopes of fiscal stimulus and economic growth, could undo the historic calm financial markets have enjoyed since former Fed Chair Ben Bernanke unleashed "QE3" in September 2012. All this comes after a surprisingly strong Consumer Price Index report was released last week showing prices rose 2.1 percent from last December, driven by shelter and fuel costs, vs. the 1.7 percent expected.

Hedge Funds Hit $3 Trillion, but Some Investors Are Headed for the Door

Hedge Funds Hit $3 Trillion, but Some Investors Are Headed for the DoorThe stock market rally since the election has pushed the value of hedge fund assets to a record level, despite sustained withdrawals from investors. Total hedge fund capital passed $3 trillion in the fourth ...

Snapchat Discover is cracking down on sex, clickbait and fake news

Snapchat Discover is cracking down on sex, clickbait and fake newsSnapchat doesn't need your clickbait. The mobile storytelling platform, once popularized as a sexting app, is cracking down on sexually explicit and deceptive content within Discover, the publisher section of the app, the company announced Monday.  SEE ALSO: Snapchat makes biggest move yet in becoming the new TV Snap Inc., Snapchat's parent company, unveiled new content guidelines that "prohibit sensitive content, including profanity, overly sexualized content, and violent content" from cover images and require warnings before other "shock" content, according to Snap. While Snapchat has always had guidelines for its publishing partners and worked hand-in-hand advising them on what to include and what to avoid, this announcement is the first time the app has been more stringent and explicit since launching almost two years ago to date. ( Mashable is a Discover partner.) "We take the responsibility of being a source of news, entertainment and information for our community of more than 150 million daily active Snapchatters very seriously," a Snap spokesperson said in an emailed statement. "Our updated Content Guidelines will help our editorial partners tell these stories."  What happened?  The changes, Snap said, were made in part as a response to the feedback they received from users and publishers. Snapchat users have long been aware of sexually explicit content on Discover: there's, um, a lot of sex stuff on snapchat discover today. pic.twitter.com/jQUg4Sk6D4 — Maya Kosoff (@mekosoff) September 30, 2016 I love Snapchat, but wish Discover contained more substance than celebrity divorces, Kimye’s boobs, or food that kills your sex drive. — Heath W. Black (@heathwblack) September 20, 2016 Snapchat Discover headlines are the most click-baity headlines ever written. Example: "Why I Pretended to Be a Sex Tourist" — John Linitz (@jlinitz) June 28, 2016 The proliferation of sex-related content in Discover, in fact, inspired one 14-year-old boy to file a lawsuit against Snapchat last July. That came shortly after Snapchat redesigned its app to allow publishers to create magazine-like covers for their editions instead of just having circular logos, thereby broadcasting more photos to users without their explicit approval and spurring a new wild west for clicks.  Snapchat had conversations with publishers following the suit, which pushed them to tone down what was shared. However, there was no formal agreement. That suit later was dismissed. The changes also follow a rise of conversation around the spread of fake news. Snapchat has positioned itself as a network free from misleading news and propaganda while Facebook is plagued by it.  "Social media companies tell us what to read based on what’s most recent or most popular. We see it differently. We count on editors and artists, not clicks and shares, to determine what’s important," Snapchat wrote in the blog post announcing Discover back in 2015.  Clearer guidelines also help Snapchat as they onboard new publishers. It also better positions Snapchat as a stable and strong company to Wall Street investors as its eyes an initial public offering later this year.  What's new  Snap outlined four key updates in its updated content guidelines.  The first centers around what is showed in a tile, or the cover image. Those cannot have any kind of profanity, sexualized content such as nude bodies, sex acts or sex toys.  The guidelines also forbid repeated use of clothed but sexualized bodies — for instance what you may see on Monday's Discover edition of The Daily Mail .  Don't worry, team, celebs in bikinis definitely still allowed in Snapchat Discover under new content guidelines pic.twitter.com/K9YHdK5rI3 — Kerry Flynn  (@kerrymflynn) January 23, 2017 The guidelines then have specific rules for subscribers as well as topsnap and longform content.  The above guidelines can be tweaked if there is a sufficient newsworthy value to what is being shown. Snap does require that publishers to have a warning before any violent content, as the company itself has done. For instance, for a recent Snapchat-curated Our Story around the shooting at the Fort Lauderdale airport, Snap included a 10-second warning image prior to a video showing blood on the tarmac.  In regards what some may categorize as addressing fake news, the guidelines state that publishers must properly fact-check any articles and images. Publishers are forbidden to link to any misleading or fraudulent content.  Snapchat is releasing a tool next month that will allow publishers to limit specific content to users above the age of 18. This "age-gating" feature has been available to advertisers, allowing alcohol brands to show video ads and geo-filters to those above 18. When turned on, this function applies to the entire edition.  Building more  The changes weren't shocking to publishers, who are all in continuous conversations with Snapchat. All editions published Monday were reflective of the new guidelines.  "Our relationships with our editorial partners are vital to us," a Snap spokesperson said in an email. "We have immense respect for their editorial perspectives, prioritize their editorial independence and want to help them achieve the loyalty and trust of our community through substantial, sourced and rewarding content." About 100 million of Snapchat's 150 million daily active users are using Discover, so far. But Snap touts more than those statistics when pitching publishers, advertisers and investors. Internally and with partners, Snap shares return visitors within three-day and week-long periods. Snap also emphasizes completion, or click-through, and watch time. “Snapchat thinks about the role that its content plays in the lives of consumers differently,” Steven Kydd, one of the founders of Tastemade , a Discover partner, told The New York Times . “This is cable all over again, except for a mobile and global audience.” BONUS: Take a look at Snapchat's new 'Spectacles'

Wall Street slips at the open

A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in Manhattan, New York City(Reuters) - U.S. stocks opened lower on Monday as investors around the world sought safe-haven assets such as gold and U.S. Treasuries in response to the protectionist sentiments expressed by President Donald Trump in his inauguration speech. The Dow Jones industrial average was down 27.99 points, or 0.14 percent, at 19,799.26, the S&P 500 was down 3.94 points, or 0.173468 percent, at 2,267.37 and the Nasdaq composite was down 7.63 points, or 0.14 percent, at 5,547.70. (Reporting by Yashaswini Swamynathan in Bengaluru; Editing by Anil D'Silva)

Wall Street set to open lower amid uncertainty under Trump

A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in Manhattan, New York CityU.S. stocks looked set to open lower as investors around the world sought safe-haven assets such as gold and U.S. Treasuries in response to the protectionist sentiments expressed by President Donald Trump in his inauguration speech. Pledging to put "only America first", Trump laid out two simple rules after taking oath on Friday - buy American and hire American. Wall Street hit a series of record highs after Trump's election in November as investors expected the economy to get a boost from his proposals for tax and regulatory reforms and higher infrastructure spending.

GLOBAL-MARKETS-European stocks fall, investors seek safety after Trump address

European stocks and bond yields edged lower on Monday and the dollar briefly hit a six-week low after U.S. President Donald Trump began his term in office with a protectionist speech that drove a nervous market into safe-haven assets. Wall Street was set to open slightly lower, tracking stock markets in Europe and parts of Asia, having hit multi-year highs earlier this month on expectations Trump would boost growth and inflation with extraordinary fiscal spending measures. Trump also made it clear that he plans to hold talks with the leaders of Canada and Mexico to begin renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement.

SEC probing Yahoo over previously disclosed cyber breach: filing

A photo illustration shows a Yahoo logo on smartphone in front of a displayed cyber code and keyboardThe U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating a previously disclosed data breach at Yahoo Inc, the company said in a filing. Yahoo said in a November 2016 quarterly filing that it was “cooperating with federal, state and foreign” agencies, including the SEC, that were seeking information and documents about a "security incident and related matters." The SEC is investigating whether two massive data breaches at Yahoo should have been reported sooner to investors, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday, citing people familiar with the matter.

Uber, Ola drivers go on strike as earnings, incentives fall

Uber, Ola drivers go on strike as earnings, incentives fallIn their increasingly growing push to lure more drivers to their platforms in India, Uber and its local competitor Ola seem to have irked their existing driver base.  SEE ALSO: Ola thinks it has the perfect trick to compete in Uber's fastest growing market Several drivers of both the ride-hailing service have gone on strike in Bangalore today to protest adding more cars to their fleets, claiming it’s hurting the livelihood of existing drivers. With more drivers coming on board, existing ones are getting fewer rides. On top of that, both Uber and Ola have decreased the quantum of incentives, further hurting the drivers' earnings.  In a race to get more customers, both ride hailing services operate at loss-making tariffs and compensate drivers with incentives, which are either based on the number of trips they make during a particular time in a day or the distance they cover.  The disruption in Uber’s and Ola’s services today has naturally caused inconvenience to people in Bangalore. In some cases, drivers who weren’t aware of the protest dropped their passengers mid-way after learning about it.  "The biggest pain point in Bangalore is the drive back from the airport," one driver who took part in the strike told Mashable India . "We lose money because of the flat fare," he added, requesting not to be identified. Last month Uber drivers had stopped picking customers from Bangalore airport to protest against the flat fare. Though the strike, the deadline of which remains to be seen, is only being observed in Bangalore, drivers in other cities have also expressed concerns about drop in their earnings and fewer customers.  Two Uber drivers told Mashable India over the weekend that the ride hailing services are giving preference to drivers who have purchased cars through their leasing programs. Both Uber and Ola are offering drivers enticing offers — including easier leasing from banks, and somewhat affordable deals — to lure more drivers to join their fleets.   “ We strive to be a mobility option for everyone in Bengaluru and we regret the disruption caused to our rider and driver community by a small group of individuals," an Uber spokesperson told Mashable India.   "We remain committed to serving the city, ensuring driver partners can continue to access a stable income, while giving riders a convenient, reliable option to get around their city.”  BONUS: Uber driver surprises passengers with rescue puppies

Dollar down as Trump takes over, most Asia markets up

HONG KONG: The dollar retreated against most of its peers Monday, with warnings of wild volatility ahead as Donald Trump began his presidency promising to put America first and hitting out at global trade deals. While trading floors are ravaged by uncertainty over the tycoon’s plans, shares in most Asian markets rose following a positive lead from Wall Street, though Japan’s Nikkei tanked as the greenback slipped against the yen. “Markets are now waiting for more evidence that Donald Trump will deliver on fiscal stimulus and deregulation,” Shane Oliver, Sydney-based global investment strategist at AMP Capital Investors, told Bloomberg News.


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The Wall Street Journal: Trump names net-neutrality critic Ajit Pai as FCC chairman
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 22:39:14 +0000

President Donald Trump named Ajit Pai, a Republican member of the Federal Communications Commission, to be the agency’s chairman.

The Moneyologist: How can I get around my controlling stepmother to get hold of my late father’s will?
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 22:28:21 +0000

This man wonders how he can find out his father’s wishes.

The New York Post: Is all-day breakfast running out of steam at McDonald’s?
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 22:27:35 +0000

The new menu including breakfast-item availability through the day had boosted sales in the same quarter last year, making comparisons in the latest quarter difficult, McDonald’s conceded Monday.

Looking to get a mortgage in 2017? Here’s what you need to know
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 22:11:20 +0000

Over the next 12 months, here are some things to keep in mind as you consider your financing.

Capitol Report: Trump focused on helping workers, not low unemployment rate, spokesman says
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 22:10:35 +0000

The chief spokesman for Donald Trump said Monday the president is more devoted to helping American workers and “not focused on statistics as much,” such as the U.S. unemployment rate.

Market Extra: Why jitters over Trump’s presidency may be overblown
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 22:06:40 +0000

Although Wall Street appears largely upbeat about President Donald Trump’s pro-growth rhetoric, the euphoria that burst forth in the wake of his election has waned as mounting uncertainty over how he will go about implementing these policies threw cold water on the Trump rally. But at least one analyst believes the recent jitters over the Trump presidency are being overdone.

The New York Post: Stephen Colbert tapped to host Emmy Awards
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 22:01:14 +0000

Stephen Colbert will host the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards. The ceremony is set to be broadcast live Sept. 17 at 8 p.m. Eastern time on CBS, home of “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.”

NewsWatch: This is why those jitters over the Trump presidency might be overblown
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 22:00:09 +0000

Although Wall Street appears largely upbeat about President Donald Trump’s pro-growth rhetoric, the euphoria that burst forth in the wake of his election has waned as mounting uncertainty over how he will go about implementing these policies threw cold water on the Trump rally. But at least one analyst believes the recent jitters over the Trump presidency are being overdone.

In One Chart: The Dow’s biggest surge came under this president
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 21:50:40 +0000

As President Trump settles into his new job, analysts are reflecting on how the Dow industrials surged and slumped under his 44 predecessors.

Market Extra: Trump is building a wall of worry, and that might be good news for stocks
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 21:42:30 +0000

Should investors learn to love the uncertainty surrounding the dawning of the Trump administration?

Trump faces lawsuit over foreign payments
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 21:28:31 +0000

Lawsuit: Trump business ties violate ConstitutionAn ethics watchdog group claims the president is violating a ban on accepting payments from foreign governments.

Trump signs order to leave TPP trade pact
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 20:44:21 +0000

President Donald Trump. (Andrew Harnik/AP)President Trump signed a memorandum to leave the proposed Pacific Rim trade pact known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

White House says 1st apology wasn’t enough
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 20:25:00 +0000

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer. (Newsweek)Time's Zeke Miller initially received an "apology accepted" when he admitted he made a mistake about the Oval Office.

Tillerson wins Rubio’s support
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 20:20:13 +0000

Secretary of State-designate Rex Tillerson testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. (AP)The Florida senator says he has reservations, but the president is entitled to significant deference in assembling his Cabinet.

White House's false federal workforce claim
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 19:21:09 +0000

White House falsely claims recent ‘dramatic expansion of the federal workforce’A spokesman makes a statement about a presidential executive order that on its face appears unsupported by the facts.

Flynn had 5 calls with Russian envoy: Sources
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 19:10:27 +0000

U.S. President Donald Trump's National Security Advisor nominee Michael Flynn attends the inaugural parade in WashingtonDonald Trump's national security adviser talked with Russia's ambassador on the day the U.S. retaliated against Moscow, three sources say.

George H.W. Bush expected to leave ICU
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 18:49:56 +0000

FILE - In this March 29, 2015, file photo, former President George H.W. Bush and his wife, Barbara Bush, speak at a college basketball game in Houston. Barbara Bush was discharged from Houston Methodist Hospital Monday, Jan. 23, 2017, while her husband is expected to be moved from the hospital's intensive care unit soon. The former president was struggling to breathe when he was admitted to the Houston Methodist Hospital Jan. 14, and had since been treated for pneumonia in the intensive care unit. Barbara Bush was suffering from bronchitis and entered the same hospital Wednesday, Jan. 18. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip, File)The former president is expected to be moved from the Houston hospital's intensive care unit soon.

George H.W. Bush expected to leave ICU
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 18:22:34 +0000

George H.W. and Barbara Bush are inseparable in hospital, have ‘amazing love for each other’: DoctorsThe former president is expected to be moved from the Houston hospital's intensive care unit soon.

The big future bet on personal computers
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 18:15:35 +0000

Computer gaming company Razer shows off its Project Valerie three-screen laptop at CES 2017. (Razer)While PC sales have declined for five consecutive years, there is hope for the future.

Trump signs order to leave TPP trade pact
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 18:11:22 +0000

From left, White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, National Trade Council adviser Peter Navarro, Senior Adviser Jared Kushner, policy adviser Stephen Miller, and chief strategist Steve Bannon watch as President Donald Trump signs an executive order in the Oval Office of the White House, Monday, Jan. 23, 2017, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)President Trump signed a memorandum to leave the proposed Pacific Rim trade pact known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

SCOTUS turns down Texas voter ID appeal
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 17:19:22 +0000

A general view of the U.S. Supreme Court building in WashingtonThe U.S. high court declines a request to revive GOP-backed requirements that a lower court found to be discriminatory.

Obamacare’s life-saving aspect spotlighted
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 16:43:21 +0000

Obamacare credited with cancer discoveries. (Getty Images)Thousands of seniors have a longer lease on life thanks to the Affordable Care Act, a new study suggests.

'Sister Wives' anti-bigamy challenge denied
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 16:31:09 +0000

‘Sister Wives’ Polygamy Ruling Struck Down on AppealThe U.S. Supreme Court refuses to take up an appeal to a Utah law brought by the polygamist stars of the popular reality show.

How do presidents use executive orders?
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 16:15:04 +0000

President Donald Trump signs his first executive order. (Evan Vucci/AP)Several landmark moments in U.S. history came about directly from the use of executive orders from the president.

Madonna 'ought to be arrested,' Gingrich says
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 15:12:24 +0000

Madonna at the Women's March in Washington, D.C., on Saturday. (Getty Images)The former House speaker reacts to the celeb's quip about "blowing up the White House," which she later clarifies.

Trump vows to 'massively' slash taxes
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 15:00:43 +0000

President Trump speaks while hosting a breakfast with business leaders in the Roosevelt Room of the White House. (AP)The president meets with business leaders and says he’ll slash regulations by 75 percent.

Hillary Clinton inspired by Women's March
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 14:20:46 +0000

Hillary Clinton calls the Women's March ‘awe-inspiring’The defeated presidential candidate thanks the marchers for "standing, speaking, and marching for our values."

Trump to sign orders on NAFTA, TPP: NBC
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 13:23:55 +0000

President Donald Trump. (Andrew Harnik/AP)The president may sign an executive order to renegotiate the free trade agreement for U.S., Canada, and Mexico, NBC News reports.

McDonald’s sees best sales growth since 2011
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 13:00:42 +0000

McDonald's best year of growth since 2011McDonald’s is facing difficult comparisons now that its successful all-day breakfast has been available for a full year.

Group to sue Trump over foreign payments
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 05:11:19 +0000

President Donald Trump (Reuters)An ethics watchdog group claims the president is violating a ban on accepting payments from foreign governments.

Trump's war with press raises alarms
Sun, 22 Jan 2017 21:30:54 +0000

White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Jan. 22. (Andrew Harrer/EFE/EPA)The administration says it's holding the media accountable, but journalists fear what one calls a "propaganda campaign."

Battle emerges over Texas sanctuary cities
Sun, 22 Jan 2017 21:28:28 +0000

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, center, at the Texas State Capitol. (Eric Gay/AP)Texas Gov. Greg Abbott threatens to cut funding for a county that is scaling back its cooperation with immigration agents.

Stiffer penalties for attacks on cops?
Sun, 22 Jan 2017 19:54:39 +0000

A memorial service for the five police officers killed in Dallas on July 12, 2016. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)Lawmakers in more than a dozen states and Congress have proposed making it a hate crime to assault an officer.

British PM Theresa May set to meet with Trump
Sun, 22 Jan 2017 15:37:04 +0000

Prime Minister Theresa May. (Isabel Infantes/AFP)May says she'll use their Jan. 27 discussion to speak candidly about free trade and the NATO alliance.

Republicans extend cautious welcome to Trump
Sun, 22 Jan 2017 12:31:14 +0000

President Trump joined by congressional leadership. (Getty Images)Republicans say they're growing increasingly accustomed to expecting the unexpected from the president.

Marchers' defiant message to President Trump
Sun, 22 Jan 2017 08:08:53 +0000

People gather for the Women’s March in Washington, on Jan. 21. (Shannon Stapleton/Reuters)More than 1 million people rallied at women's marches in the nation's capital and cities around the world.

How Trump angered a former CIA director
Sun, 22 Jan 2017 05:27:15 +0000

President Trump at the Central Intelligence Agency in Langley, Va., on Jan. 21. (Andrew Harnik/AP)After the president airs his grievances with the media in front of a CIA memorial wall, a former agency chief calls the behavior "despicable."

Family hands out old news to D.C. marchers
Sun, 22 Jan 2017 04:32:33 +0000

Obama 2009 newspapers (Yahoo News)A newsstand owner and his two teenage daughters give away newspapers from Barack Obama’s 2009 inauguration.

Everyday Americans share Women’s March stories
Sun, 22 Jan 2017 04:13:55 +0000

Yahoo Diaries (Yahoo News)A Massachusetts mom, a former St. Louis English teacher, and a Tennessee college student offer personal views of the historic event.

Historic Women’s March in D.C. ends in triumph
Sun, 22 Jan 2017 02:48:56 +0000

Women's March in D.C. (Reuters)A woman from Louisville calls the "movement" in Washington "one of the most inspirational days" of her life.

Mexican president talks with Trump
Sun, 22 Jan 2017 00:26:07 +0000

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, left, and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. (AP)Enrique Peña Nieto congratulated Trump on his inauguration and reiterated his interest in maintaining dialogue.

1 million join anti-Trump marches worldwide
Sun, 22 Jan 2017 00:15:09 +0000

Actress Emma Watson sits in the crowd during the Women's March on Washington. (AP)Crowds in Washington alone numbered 500,000, with more in cities as far afield as Mexico City, Prague, and Sydney.

White House claims biggest inauguration crowd
Sat, 21 Jan 2017 23:28:20 +0000

Press Secretary Sean Spicer delivers a statement while television screen show a picture of President Donald Trump's inauguration at the press briefing room of the White House. (Reuters)White House press secretary Sean Spicer uses his first official statement on Saturday to castigate the media.

White House website pulls out the stops for Trump
Sat, 21 Jan 2017 22:12:41 +0000

Donald Trump. (Getty Images)The most striking aspect of the new White House website may be what it has to say about the president.

Trump visits CIA, blames media for tensions
Sat, 21 Jan 2017 21:31:21 +0000

President Trump. (AP)“There is nobody that feels stronger about the intelligence community and the CIA than Donald Trump,” he declared.

Inside Trump's confirmation-hearing war rooms
Sat, 21 Jan 2017 20:15:14 +0000

Health and Human Services Secretary-designate Tom Price, right, with Sen. Johnny Isakson before the start of Price's confirmation hearing on Jan. 18. (Carolyn Kaster/AP)The transition team has set up an elaborate operation to prepare Cabinet nominees for their hearings..

George H.W. Bush, wife recovering
Sat, 21 Jan 2017 19:21:39 +0000

George H.W. Bush and his wife Barbara are recovering. AP)Both are improving and had a good night as they recover from illnesses at Houston Methodist Hospital, says a spokesman.

March recruits ousted inauguration announcer
Sat, 21 Jan 2017 18:03:12 +0000

Charles Brotman (Len Spoden for The Washington Post/Getty Images)Charles Brotman, who announced every inaugural parade since 1957, is helping announce the Women's March on Washington.

Bergdahl legal case tests Trump's rhetoric
Sat, 21 Jan 2017 16:03:34 +0000

In this Dec. 14, 2015, file photo, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks about Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl at a rally in Las Vegas. (John Locher/AP)The motion filed Friday argues that Trump violated the Army sergeant’s due process rights by repeatedly calling him a traitor.

States with the best and worst schools
Fri, 20 Jan 2017 11:00:56 +0000

A classroom at Patrick Henry Elementary School in Anaheim, Calif. (Getty)Massachusetts schools are rated best of all states, while Nevada’s school system has the lowest score.


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