sábado, 15 de abril de 2017

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Amid U.S. Tensions, North Korea Shows Off ‘Frankenmissile’

Pyongyang displayed what appeared to be a new intercontinental ballistic missile at a military parade held amid tensions over the possibility of a military confrontation between the U.S. and North Korea. 112

Security to Trump Trade for Pence’s Pacific Swing

With North Korea escalating its nuclear-weapons program, shared security strategies are likely to overshadow economic demands as Vice President Mike Pence tours the Asia Pacific.

Wells Fargo Board Faces High-Stakes Vote Over Its Fate

Wells Fargo faces something few other big banks have dealt with since the financial crisis: a serious effort to vote out most of its directors.

Trump Grants Generals More Freedom on ISIS

U.S. military commanders are stepping up their fight against Islamist extremism, though President Donald Trump has yet to outline a global strategy for defeating Islamic State. 315

Health-Law Impasse Puts Squeeze on Congress

As efforts to overhaul the Affordable Care Act limp along, lawmakers, particularly centrist Republicans, are getting an earful from constituents. 271

Economic Gains Elusive Despite Strong Confidence

Households, businesses and investors started the year riding a wave of rising expectations for growth with a new, business-friendly president in the White House, but the euphoria hasn’t translated quickly into broad economic gains. 136

Trump’s Companies Benefit From Campaign Funds

President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign and joint party committees continued to direct funds to his companies in the first quarter of the year, paying close to $500,000 to Trump-owned hotels, golf clubs and restaurants.

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