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Golfing around the world, from Cayman
Cayman national team golfer Justin Hastings teed up his ball on a par-4 hole that sloped gently upwards to the pin, 361 yards away. Swinging at 111 miles per hour, Hastings launched the ball 283 yards straight ahead, setting himself up f...
Trump Meets With Caribbean Leaders At Mar-A-Lago | NBC News
President Donald Trump met with the leaders of several Caribbean nations at his Mar-a-Lago residence.
President Donald Trump: THIS HAS BEEN A DISASTER FOR THE DEMOCRATS AND A DISASTER FOR THE REPUTATION OF ROBERT MUELLER.
To say that Robert S. Mueller III did not distinguish himself in his Congressional testimony Wednesday would be an understatement. His answers were halting, when not evasive, and he repeatedly had to ask that a question be repeated. Long...
The regulatory woes of Big Tech multiply
After years during which tech’s titans could do no wrong, they are now being pulled into a vortex of regulatory woes that make headlines almost daily. Big Tech is not about to implode. But will it come out intact?
Google's anti-Trump bias calls attention to its questionable ties to China
EX-GOOGLE ENGINEER CLAIMS 'BIASED' EMPLOYEES 'REALLY WANT TRUMP TO LOSE IN 2020'
New US House Bill Would Ban Big Tech From 'Banking', Fine Facebook's Libra $1 Million Per Day
The Democratic majority on the House Financial Services Committee has drafted legislation that would issue fines to Big Tech companies for distributing digital currency or operating as a financial organization.
US Immigration official Ken Cuccinelli's new frontiers in racism: Real Americans are "people coming from Europe"
Acting U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Director Ken Cuccinelli on Tuesday evening doubled down on his characterization of the famous Emma Lazarus Statue of Liberty sonnet, saying the poem was referring mostly to immigrants comi...
Donald Trump ‘wants to buy Greenland’ for the United States
The US president has reportedly expressed interest in buying the world’s largest island, which is currently an autonomous territory of the Kingdom of Denmark. Greenland is already home to a major US airbase with 600 military personnel – ...
Brexit Britain is becoming a failed state: here is the evidence
Britain’s institutions, economic prospects, constitution and future are all at risk - but the delusion and lies continue
Nouriel Roubini: The anatomy of the coming recession
Three negative supply shocks could trigger a global recession - and none of them is amenable to the tools of countercyclical macroeconomic policy
Prince Andrew denies seeing any suspicious Epstein behaviour
Prince Andrew has commented on the Jeffrey Epstein scandal, saying he did not “see, witness or suspect any behaviour of the sort that subsequently led to [the] arrest and conviction” of the deceased financier.
European officials draft radical plan to take on Trump and U.S. tech companies
In a bid to counter Trump, EU officials are proposing to unilaterally slap tariffs on the United States. The goal: get Europe competing head-on with the American and Chinese tech giants it has lagged behind for decades.
OECD tax chief uses Cayman to illustrate minimum tax rate
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development is going to release a proposal for global corporate tax reform before the next meeting of G‑20 finance ministers and central bankers set for 17 Oct. in Washington, DC.
Growing nationalism in China could embolden Xi Jinping, says ex-US ambassador
A former U.S. ambassador to China, Max Baucus, told CNBC: “Don’t forget ... Chinese (are) very patient historically, they’ll wait it out, they’ll play lots of different angles. They’re going to try to hang in there, waiting for President...
Jamaican man held for 82 days for bringing honey into US
A Jamaican national was detained for nearly three months in the United States after bringing in bottles of honey from the Caribbean island that customs agents mistakenly believed to be liquid methamphetamine.
Trump adviser asked Microsoft why it wouldn’t spy for the US
An adviser to US President Donald Trump once questioned Microsoft Corp for not spying on its users around the world on behalf of the government, the software giant’s president has revealed, as Washington continues its campaign against Ch...
'Save our planet!': Young activists lead global protests over climate change - ‘NO PLANET B’
From the Solomon Islands to New York’s Wall Street, millions of students and workers abandoned schools and offices on Friday to demand urgent action to stop global warming, joining a worldwide strike inspired by 16-year-old Swedish activ...
Obama says presidents shouldn’t watch TV and should stay off social media
President Barack Obama spoke at an event on Wednesday in San Francisco hosted by software company Splunk. Obama discussed how tech can help play a role dealing with critical issues like climate change and health care. The event came a da...
Trump impeachment a sure thing
RT America’s Rachel Blevins reports
US Acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire testified before the House Intelligence Committee on Thursday about a recent whistleblower complaint alleging questionable conduct between President Donald Trump and Ukrainian Pr...
More World Leaders Reveal They Were Pressured By Donald Trump
From China to Norway to the Vatican, world leaders are coming out of the woodwork to divulge the details of their inappropriate calls with the President of the United States.
Trump considers delisting Chinese firms from U.S. markets
President Donald Trump's administration is considering delisting Chinese companies from U.S. stock exchanges, three sources briefed on the matter said on Friday, in what would be a radical escalation of U.S.-China trade tensions.
Unregulated capitalism and US isolationism are destroying mankind
One family owning more wealth than hundreds of millions of people, is no longer environmentally or socially sustainable in a world headed for the climate change precipice.
Vaping scare burns shares of cannabis-related stocks
Cannabis stocks are taking a hit from the vaping scare, and short-sellers are riding high.
Facebook should not be 'the arbiter of truth' in political ads, says former FEC chairman
Facebook's "stated policy is fair" when it comes to political ads, says Lee Goodman, a Republican who led the FEC under Obama.
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