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Trump says US will send 1,500 troops to Middle East amid Iran tensions – video | US news

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Donald Trump announced on Friday that the US would send 1,500 troops to the Middle East as a protective measure after a breakdown in relations
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Pelosi says Trump is ‘engaged in a cover-up’ as impeachment debate swirls – live news | US news

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4.14pm BST16:14 Michael Cohen exchanged nearly 1,000 texts with Russian oligarch’s cousin Donald Trump’s former fixer and lawyer-turned-convicted felon Michael Cohen exchanged more than 230
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Another Fed foe considered for board; Deutsche’s AML glitch

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Receiving Wide Coverage … Change agentPresident Trump is considering nominating “longtime Fed critic” Judy Shelton to the Federal Reserve Board, putting her in “a leadership
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Deutsche Bank’s ties to Trump dominate hearing on AML reform

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WASHINGTON — Deutsche Bank’s alleged failure to submit suspicious activity reports on transactions by companies associated with President Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner loomed over
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Did Ben Carson just mistake an REO for an Oreo?

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WASHINGTON — Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson appeared to be unaware of a basic housing term during a hearing Tuesday, confusing “real
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The Huawei Drama Is a Gift to US Tech Companies

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Huawei’s connections to the Chinese military and state security apparatus have raised the hackles of American intelligence officers and politicians since 2005, when a Congressional