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In 137 days Trump has made 623 false claims

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THE WASHINGTON POST – “In 137 days, President Donald Trump has made 623 false and misleading claims.” This is the result of The Fact-Checker’s on going database powered by one of the most famous newspaper in the world. The research…

The Math of Mass shootings

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THE WASHINGTON POST – 130 event, 889 victims. The math of the mass Shooting in The United States has been uptated after the latest shooting occurred yesterday in Orlando, Florida. A gunman shot dead five former before killing himself. Here…

What Jared Kushner still owns

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THE WASHINGTON POST – President Trump’s senior adviser, Jared Kushner, has sold only 10 percent of assets within his vast real estate empire. Here’s what he still owns, what it’s worth and how his family is involved in its management.…

The Navy officials ‘Fat Leonard’ took down

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THE WASHINGTON POST – Leonard Glenn Francis, a Malaysian defense contractor, has pleaded guilty to bribing “scores” of Navy officials with cash, prostitutes and other gifts — such as hotel stays, airfare and electronics — so that they would feed…

We would need 1.7 Earths to make our consumption sustainable

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THE WASHINGTON POST – President Trump has acted on his campaign promises to reverse Obama’s environmental policies and proposed a budget that would significantly slash the Environmental Protection Agency’s funding in an effort to take federal responsibility out of environmental…

How Trump’s presidency factors into the stock market

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THE WASHINGTON POST – On the campaign trail and in the White House, President Trump has promised to make business-friendly policies a priority through tax cuts and new government investments. So when Trump deals a potentially good hand, Wall Street…

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