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Trump Signs Order to Speed Infrastructure Construction

Trump Signs Order to Speed Infrastructure Construction

By Joan Lowy and Michael Biesecker |
President Donald Trump said Tuesday he has signed a new executive order intended to make more efficient the federal permitting process for construction of transportation, water and other infrastructure projects without harming the environment.

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Website Targets Credit Card Companies That Do Business with Hate Groups

Website Targets Credit Card Companies That Do Business with Hate Groups

Aug 17
Who's earning blood money? That's the question that civil rights group Color of Change is asking on their new website aptly titled www.bloodmoney.org

In a Weak Summer at the Box Office, Bright Spots Abound

In a Weak Summer at the Box Office, Bright Spots Abound

By Jake Coyle | Aug 17
On their face, the numbers are grim. Movie ticket sales in North America are running roughly half a billion dollars behind last summer's box office, making this one of lowest-grossing summers in years.

Liz Weston: How to Stop Being the Family ATM

Liz Weston: How to Stop Being the Family ATM

By Liz Weston, Nerd Wallet | Aug 17
The best way to stop enabling is to first recognize when you're doing it and then create a plan for saying no.

Trump Signs Order to Speed Infrastructure Construction

Trump Signs Order to Speed Infrastructure Construction

By Joan Lowy and Michael Biesecker | Aug 16
President Donald Trump said Tuesday he has signed a new executive order intended to make more efficient the federal permitting process for construction of transportation, water and other infrastructure projects without harming the environment.

A Stronger Medicaid Emerges from GOP Health Overhaul Debate

A Stronger Medicaid Emerges from GOP Health Overhaul Debate

By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar | Aug 16
Medicaid, a 1960s Great Society pillar long reviled by conservatives, seems to have emerged even stronger after the Republican failure to pass health overhaul legislation.

Insider Q&A: Scary Forecasts at the Box Office

Insider Q&A: Scary Forecasts at the Box Office

By Marley Jay | Aug 16
It's been a rough summer at the box office, and movie theater chains are feeling the pain. It got worse last week when AMC Entertainment said U.S. box office grosses are sinking.

AP Fact Check: What Trump Said About Virginia Protesters

AP Fact Check: What Trump Said About Virginia Protesters

By Darlene Superville and Sarah Rankin | Aug 16
President Donald Trump on Tuesday defended his response to Saturday's racially-charged protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, in a winding, combative exchange with reporters that at times mischaracterized the message and purpose of the event.

Critics Throw Shade at Cuomo's Plan to Light NYC Bridges

Critics Throw Shade at Cuomo's Plan to Light NYC Bridges

By David Klepper | Aug 15
Critics are throwing shade at Gov. Andrew Cuomo's pricey plan to install high-tech, color-changing lights on New York City's bridges, questioning whether the investment is the best use of public money.

Trump's Sanctuary City Threat Triggers Confusion, Changes

Trump's Sanctuary City Threat Triggers Confusion, Changes

By Sophia Tareen | Aug 15
From defiant lawsuits to reversing policies, U.S. cities and counties are zeroing in on their immigration rules to avoid losing millions in public safety dollars that the White House has threatened to withhold.

Amid Criticism, UK Government Tries to Show Unity on Brexit

Amid Criticism, UK Government Tries to Show Unity on Brexit

By Jill Lawless | Aug 15
The British government tried to fight back Sunday against criticisms that it is divided and unprepared for Brexit, saying it will set out detailed plans for the U.K.'s exit from the European Union

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