Tax hike or tax cut? CNBC’s misleading report on GOP’s tax reform

WASHINGTON, January 16, 2018: Now that it’s 2018, millions of taxpayers across America are still wondering: Will I get a tax cut or a tax hike? The answer for a substantial majority of U.S. taxpayers is, “Yes, I’ll get a tax cut.” But according to the descriptive language in a recent CNBC assessment of the GOP… Please follow and like us:

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Ford says it will spend $11 billion in electrification investment

DETROIT — Ford plans to increase its investment in electrification to $11 billion by 2022, Executive Chairman Bill Ford Jr. said Sunday at the Detroit auto show. The company previously announced it would spend $4.5 billion by 2020. “We’re going to electrify even our most iconic vehicles,” he said at Cobo Center. “The only question is,… Please follow and like us:

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Zuckerberg Loses $3.3 Billion After Facebook Change

Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg is paying the price for the latest changes to the social networking site, losing nearly $3.3 billion of his personal net worth, according to a Forbes calculation. The 4.4 percent drop came just after Zuckerberg’s announcement that Facebook would change its algorithm to make people’s news feeds more focused on friends and… Please follow and like us:

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10 reasons to buy crypto-currencies other than Bitcoin

WASHINGTON, January 12, 2018.: The sudden, perhaps unexpected spurt in the price of Bitcoin is leading investors to show interest in other crypto-currencies. While demand for about a dozen other crypto-currencies of the world remains slightly muted, indications are, their prices would also soar in coming months. Several reasons have led to the exponential increase in… Please follow and like us:

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Retail alert: Sam’s Club is abruptly closing locations nationwide

Bad news for Sam’s Club members! The Walmart-owned warehouse club has abruptly shut down multiple locations across the country, according to local media reports. Closures have reportedly taken place in Tennessee, Georgia, New York, Ohio, Indiana, Maryland, Texas and elsewhere — without warning. RELATED: Macy’s, Sears and Kmart closing sales: 3 things you need to know… Please follow and like us:

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Julian Assange: WikiLeaks’ fugitive anti-hero

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange becomes a citizen of Ecuador more than five years after moving into its London embassy Julian Assange: WikiLeaks’ fugitive anti-heroto escape arrest, over a rape investigation that he claims is linked to his whistle-blowing activities. The pale, lanky Australian, a former computer hacker is at the centre of a dispute that his supporters see as a… Please follow and like us:

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Tesla Rival Byton Unveils ‘Smartphone on Wheels’

An electric car startup based in China has revealed an ambitious smart vehicle concept that it claims outperforms Tesla in terms of “digital power.” The Byton car, pitched by its makers as an Apple-inspired “smartphone on wheels,” was unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas on Sunday. The electric car was designed by… Please follow and like us:

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Former White House Strategist Bannon Out as Breitbart Chairman

Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon is out as executive chairman of Breitbart News Network, following nearly a week of “Fire and Fury” after the former presidential adviser’s remarks to author Michael Wolff were published. Bannon had been Breitbart chairman since 2012, except for the time he worked for President Donald Trump as chief strategist.… Please follow and like us:

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Elites ‘Shocked’ That ‘We Actually Are Going to Protect America,’ Gingrich Says

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) blasted the “elites” who remain “shocked” that “we actually are going to protect America” through President Donald Trump’s policies and actions. He made his remarks during an interview with John Catsimatidis that aired Sunday on AM 970 in New York. Trump shocked many in political and media circles… Please follow and like us:

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Michael Wolff, ‘Fire and Fury’ author, admits: Not all in Trump book true

Well, well, well, turns out even Michael Wolff, author of the “Fire and Fury” book that has sparked such national discussion about the Donald Trump White House, admits that not everything he wrote is true. In his prologue, Wolff writes, as Business Insider noted: “Many of the accounts of what has happened in the Trump White… Please follow and like us:

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Playboy is considering ending its print magazine, report says

LOS ANGELES — Newsstands soon could be stripped of one of the nation’s most iconic publications: Playboy magazine. Playboy Enterprises Inc. reportedly is considering killing the print magazine, which was started more than six decades ago by Hugh Hefner, who died in September. Famous for its racy images of naked women, the magazine launched Hefner’s Beverly… Please follow and like us:

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Xi tells Putin he has high hopes for China-Russia ties in 2018

President Xi Jinping said on Sunday he is ready to join Russian President Vladimir Putin in consolidating political and strategic mutual trust and expanding all-around pragmatic cooperation. Xi made the pledge in his New Year greeting message to Putin. In the message, Xi, on behalf of the Chinese government and people, extended his sincere greetings and… Please follow and like us:

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Compass CEO among six killed in Sydney plane crash

Five British vacationers including the head of the world’s biggest catering firm have been killed in a New Year’s Eve seaplane crash near Sydney. Police named the victims as Richard Cousins, 58, CEO of the British-based catering and food services giant, Emma Bowden, 48, Heather Bowden, 11, Edward Cousins, 23 and William Cousins, 25. Australian and… Please follow and like us:

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Streaming becomes mainstream as cord-cutting accelerates

CHICAGO — Cord-cutting is not just for millennials anymore. Fed up with high prices and bloated packages, millions of Americans cut the cord on cable TV in 2017, finding refuge with a growing number of streaming services, which deliver lower prices and a competitive channel lineup over the internet. “This was really the year that cord-cutting… Please follow and like us:

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The One Christmas Special That Couldn’t Be Made Today

A favorite holiday tradition for many Americans each year is watching “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” the animated 1965 short based on the “Peanuts” comics by Charles M. Schulz — a creation that has never faded from popularity. The ABC network still airs the Christmas special on an annual basis. Laura Ingraham, host of “The Ingraham Angle”… Please follow and like us:

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