Bloomberg, in Oklahoma, pushes plan to fight racial income inequality

Bloomberg open to spending $1 billion on campaign even if he doesn’t become nominee 2020 Democrat hopeful Michael Bloomberg says he’s willing to spend big bucks to get President Trump out of the White House. Presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg on Sunday, the day before the national holiday honoring Martin Luther King Jr., spoke out against racial income inequality in America, […]

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Dan Hoffman: US will stay in Iraq to fight ISIS – Trump’s order to kill Soleimani benefits both countries

Iran’s Ayatollah Khamenei praises missile attack on US troops in Iraq Ayatollah Ali Khamenei conducted prayers in Tehran and used the platform to praise the country’s retaliatory strike against the U.S. over the killing of one of its top generals; Fox News national security analyst Dr. Walid Phares reacts. America’s military involvement in Iraq and our fight against the ISIS […]

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Primark suffers fall in UK sales despite solid Christmas

Primark has reported a “marginal decline” in comparable UK sales during the trading period covering Christmas. The discount fashion retailer’s owner, Associated British Foods (ABF), gave no actual figure for the fall in like-for-like sales – a measure of business recorded by the same number of stores a year ago. However, it said new stores and expansions meant UK revenues […]

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US job growth slows in December, ending 2019 on weaker-than-expected note

US economy adds 145K jobs in December FOX Business’ Edward Lawrence breaks down the December jobs report. U.S. hiring cooled in December, as the economy added 145,000 jobs, ending the decade on a weaker-than-expected note. Continue Reading Below The final payroll number of 2019 missed the estimate of 164,000 from economists surveyed by Refinitiv, who also saw the unemployment rate holding steady from November's 3.5 percent. It marks […]

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TIMELINE: Key dates in the Ghosn affair, from arrest to flight

Carlos Ghosn: Japanese courts didn’t dismiss case despite evidence of prosecution misconduct Former Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn discusses evidence of misconduct on the part of the Japanese prosecution and presents the evidence in his case. Jan 8 (Reuters) – Ousted Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn decided to flee Japan after learning his trial had been delayed until April 2021 and also because he […]

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Newt Gingrich: In 2020, Abraham Lincoln will be controversial and divisive. (Yes, Lincoln!) Here's why

Jared Cohen: Lincoln’s assassination nearly created a constitutional crisis Jared Cohen chronicles the (largely unknown) series of events immediately after Abraham Lincoln was shot, including the unraveling of the conspiracy and a brief moment when it was unclear who was leading the country. In 2020, Americans are going to be forced to choose between two opposing visions: the pro-American vision […]

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Epstein accuser responds in wake of '60 Minutes' report: 'Survivors deserve answers'

More to Epstein guard investigation than government has revealed: Andrew Napolitano Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses the investigation of Jeffrey Epstein’s prison guards for allegedly neglecting their duty to check on the suicidal inmate and the chances that Epstein’s death was homicide. One of Jeffrey Epstein's most vocal accusers sounded off on social media Monday in the […]

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DirecTV channels return in these markets after AT&T, Hearst reach deal

Smart TVs could be spying on you, FBI says The Portland FBI office warns smart TVs with cameras or microphones could be spying into consumers’ homes. ‘The CyberGuy’ Kurt Knuttson shares his insights with FOX Business. Hearst-owned TV stations are returning to DirecTV after Hearst Television and AT&T reached a new retransmission agreement, the companies announced Sunday. Continue Reading Below […]

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