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The emerging budget agreement is likely to involve little or no actual spending cuts while raising the debt ceiling for two years Spokeswoman for the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), Speaking on Wednesday, July 17, 2019, after a press conference on Capitol Hill with media representatives.

(Al Drago / Bloomberg) Erica Werner Congress reporter in focus on economic policy 21. July 22:34 The White House and congressional negotiators, who are in a hurry to clarify the final details of a comprehensive budget and debt agreement, will probably not even see many, if any, actual spending cuts because the debt limit is two years raised, people familiar …

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Legislators press trumps on sanctions against Turkey

WASHINGTON – President Trump plans to meet with a group of White House senators this week to discuss possible sanctions against Turkey as pressure from lawmakers to punish Ankara for the recent purchase of a Russian missile defense system. Mr. Trump said last week that the US will withhold sales of advanced F-35 stealth jets to Turkey after Ankara received …

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Finance Minister Mnuchin will hold a press conference on cryptocurrencies at 2:00 pm ET

Finance Minister Steven Mnuchin Jonathan Ernst | Reuters Finance Minister Steven Mnuchin is concerned about the cryptocurrency proposed by Facebook and its potential illegal use. In a press conference, he said Facebook's proposed digital currency Libra could be "abused by money launderers and terrorists" and that it was a "national security problem". "Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin have been exploited to support …

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Ambassador Row: Met Police criticized because of press warning

Image credits Getty Images Caption British Ambassador Sir Kim Darroch (l) called President Trump's administration "unable" to leak e-mails Scotland Yard was criticized for having warned media organizations not to leak leaked government documents. Neil Basu, deputy commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, advised the editors that it could be "a criminal matter". His comments came when a criminal investigation into …

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Trump: I want the press to visit the internment camps for migrants

"I want the press to come in and see them," Trump said, adding, "We'll send people in. We'll let a section of the press come in." "They are overcrowded," the president said, "and we complained that they were overcrowded." he said. "But it's overflowing, but we want the press to look," Trump said, deciphering the Times as a "fake message." …

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Tyler Skagg's death: The Los Angeles Angels hold a press conference to discuss the death of the 27-year-old pitcher in Texas. Cause of death investigated

The Los Angeles Angels held an emotional press conference Tuesday to discuss the death of Tyler Skagg's shooter. The 27-year-old left-hander was found dead Monday in his hotel room in a suburb of Dallas, Southlake, Texas. The cause of death was not mentioned, and officials said that an autopsy would be performed on Tuesday. Police in Southlake said Skaggs had …

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The incumbent DHS secretary accused the head of the ICE at the press conference of exposing the immigration attacks: officials

Acting Minister of Homeland Security Kevin McAleenan was scheduled to hold a press conference on Thursday to blame Immigration and Customs enforcement and its chief Mark Morgan for the leakage of a nationwide federal immigration operation. Washington Examiner communicated. The DHS canceled the briefing abruptly at 4:00 pm five minutes before the scheduled start date A DHS spokesperson has already …

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Heartbreaking photo of dead migrants on "Blackout on Press Access"

I know, it's tempting to look away. I tried. I tried to avoid the stories about the deplorable conditions in the camps near the southern border. Babies who take care of babies. Migrants ask for help. Maybe you also tried to avoid this. We can not do that. The humanitarian crisis at the border is again high on the national …

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