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Friday, January 19, 2018


Women In Government, Inc. Statement on Violence in Charlottesville, VA

Women In Government condemns the violence that transpired in Charlottesville, VA. WASHINGTON, DC, August 15, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ — Women In Government, Inc. (WIG) condemns in the strongest possible terms the violence that transpired in Charlottesville, VA over the weekend and the injuries and deaths that resulted. “Violence toward or suppression of civic participation based on

Responding Irish nanny who raised Donald Trump

Friendly concierge, who in the ’60s and then, still in use by the first wife of Donald Trump and raised, Eric Trump, 32 and 34 Ivanka This is the Irish nanny who helped raise the children of the President-Elect, Donald Trump. Dorothy Curry, Belturbet, Co Cavan, has been working for the billionaire and his former

Trump: The main provisions Obamacare remains

US President-elect Donald Trump says he is ready to leave an integral part of the health care law President Barack Obama. Mr. Trump, who promised to repeal the law in 2010, said he would keep a ban on insurers refuse coverage for pre-existing conditions. He told the Wall Street Journal that he also favored allowing

POTUS in Cuba?

This is what the First Official Tour visit to Cuba by an American President will look like: A tour of Old Havana A meeting with Cardinal Jaime Ortega, the Cuban clergyman who played a backchannel role in Obama’s negotiations with the Castro government Visiting an art museum Taking in a baseball game with Cuban leader

Grexit : New Bailout Packet approved

Negotiations in Brussels have resulted in a new bailout deal for Greece. Although tough negotiations still lie ahead for the financial crisis to actually end. After sixteen hours of tough talks, EU President Donald Tusk tweeted that a unanimous agreement on a programme which included serious reforms and financial support between the leaders of the

Greece Submits new Economic Reform Plan

Eurozone officials have said that the Greek Government has submitted economic reform proposals to try to secure a further bailout from its creditors. They say they received the plan late on Thursday – just two hours before a midnight deadline. They will now study it ahead of EU meetings at the weekend.The measures include tax rises,

Donald Trump tries to explain why he’s getting booed

It’s not uncommon for candidates in a debate to play to the crowd in the hall with red meat. It’s not as common to see a candidate dissect why he’s getting booed. Trump tried to quiet Bush during a rebuttal, pointing his finger to his mouth and even saying the word “quiet.” “Boo,” the crowd

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