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Democrats were still stinging from their defeat at the hands of Donald Trump. Every day, it seemed, brought news of another contact between Trumpworld and Russia. Flynn, a retired three-star general, was forced to resign after serving less than a month as Trump’s national security adviser.entertainment Entertainment Tonight
The reality star's lawyer shared the date on Instagram on Monday, then clapped back at negative replies to the post.Finance Bloomberg
Xi told an audience of party officials, military leaders and entrepreneurs in a speech Tuesday that “no one is in the position to dictate to the Chinese people what should and should not be done.” The 80-minute address in Beijing was held to mark the 40th anniversary of the Reform and Opening Up campaign that unleashed the country’s economic boom under then leader Deng Xiaoping. In remarks that ranged from the economy to the environment to Taiwan and the South China Sea, Xi presented his agenda as the logical outcome of the country’s post-1978 “reform era” and Chinese history more broadly. While the speech was being watched for potential policy announcements, Xi offered no new ideas to boost the economy or assuage U.S. concerns.
Body camera footage catches Florida resident Jessica Blick, 37, striking a police officer with a concrete block. The woman was later charged with aggravated assault and battery on a law enforcement officer.Lifestyle Reader's Digest
When Prince Charles becomes King, his wife, Camilla, will acquire a new title as well. The question is: what will it be?Finance The Canadian Press
Canadians worried about federal deficits should look at the country's strong standing with international credit-rating agencies for some reassurance, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says. In a wide-ranging interview, Trudeau said Canada's triple-A rating with agencies like Moody's Investors Service and Standard & Poor's should provide comfort to taxpayers who fear his government has been accumulating too much debt. Trudeau insisted Canada's high rating scores mean experts have confidence in his government's approach to the economy.Trending NowHoliday Searches