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Warren 'more concerned now than ever' about Trump's financial ties - The Hill (blog);

Warren 'more concerned now than ever' about Trump's financial ties - The Hill (blog)

The Hill (blog)Warren 'more concerned now than ever' about Trump's financial tiesThe Hill (blog)"I'm more concerned now than ever, because he's not moving where he needs to move," the Massachusetts Democrat told Bloomberg TV. "And that is, we need to have him divest. He needs to get rid of his business interests, and he needs to put them in ...and more »

Trump didn't answer these questions at his news conference - Detroit Free Press;

Trump didn't answer these questions at his news conference - Detroit Free Press

Detroit Free PressTrump didn't answer these questions at his news conferenceDetroit Free PressWhile offering a vigorous defense against claims that Russia has dirt on him — and blasting the news media along the way — Donald Trump left his news conference Wednesday with a few questions unanswered, or half-answered. Among them (on camera at ...and more »

Ivanka Mulling Her White House Surrogate - Daily Caller

Ivanka Mulling Her White House SurrogateDaily CallerIvanka Trump is moving to Washington, D.C., with husband Jared Kushner, but Trump's daughter reportedly wants someone to represent her interests with President-elect Donald Trump's staff, according to a Wednesday report from Politico's Mike Allen.and more »

Ivanka Trump to step away from businesses - The Boston Globe;

Ivanka Trump to step away from businesses - The Boston Globe

The Boston GlobeIvanka Trump to step away from businessesThe Boston GlobeIvanka Trump says she'll step aside from her executive roles at the Trump Organization and her lifestyle brand, but adds she is confident both businesses will continue to ''thrive.'' In a post on her Facebook page Wednesday, the future first daughter ...and more »

Trump's business ties around the world - Salt Lake Tribune;

Trump's business ties around the world - Salt Lake Tribune

Salt Lake TribuneTrump's business ties around the worldSalt Lake TribuneFILE - In this Oct. 26, 2016, file photo, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, accompanied by, from left, Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, Trump, Melania Trump, Tiffany Trump and Ivanka Trump, speaks during the grand opening of the Trump ...and more »

Trump leaving his global business — to be run by his sons - Houston Chronicle;

Trump leaving his global business — to be run by his sons - Houston Chronicle

Houston ChronicleTrump leaving his global business — to be run by his sonsHouston ChroniclePresident-elect Donald Trump waits with family members Eric Trump, left, Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump Jr. before speaking at a news conference, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017, in New York. The news conference was his first as President-elect. less.and more »

Experts Say Donald Trump's Plan on Conflicts of Interest Falls Short - Yahoo Finance;

Experts Say Donald Trump's Plan on Conflicts of Interest Falls Short - Yahoo Finance

Yahoo FinanceExperts Say Donald Trump's Plan on Conflicts of Interest Falls ShortYahoo FinancePresident-elect Donald Trump's plan to separate himself from his global real-estate empire falls short of the standards recommended by bipartisan ethics watchdogs and could place him in violation of the U.S. Constitution on his first day in office ...and more »

Why Trump's Conflict-of-Interest Plan Won't Prevent Conflicts of Interest - The Atlantic;

Why Trump's Conflict-of-Interest Plan Won't Prevent Conflicts of Interest - The Atlantic

The AtlanticWhy Trump's Conflict-of-Interest Plan Won't Prevent Conflicts of InterestThe AtlanticSubscribe to The Atlantic's Politics & Policy Daily, a roundup of ideas and events in American politics. President-elect Donald Trump announced at a press conference Wednesday that he is transferring control of his company to his sons, a plan that ...and more »

Here's What Will Happen To Donald Trump's Businesses Once He Is President - BuzzFeed News;

Here's What Will Happen To Donald Trump's Businesses Once He Is President - BuzzFeed News

BuzzFeed NewsHere's What Will Happen To Donald Trump's Businesses Once He Is PresidentBuzzFeed NewsHis two adult sons will run the Trump Organization, and his ownership stake will be managed by a trustee, a lawyer said Wednesday. Matthew Zeitlin. BuzzFeed News Reporter. View this image ›. Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images. ID: 10306714. At his press ...and more »

Trump sets out plan to have sons run family businesses while he is President - Dayton Daily News (blog);

Trump sets out plan to have sons run family businesses while he is President - Dayton Daily News (blog)

Dayton Daily News (blog)Trump sets out plan to have sons run family businesses while he is PresidentDayton Daily News (blog)President-Elect Donald Trump announced on Wednesday that he will give control of his business empire to two of his adult sons, and put other assets in a trust, in a bid to ward off criticism about possible conflicts of interest when he enters the Oval ...and more »

Northern Ireland pensioner arrested as boy left in critical condition after being knocked down - Zimbabwe Star

Northern Ireland pensioner arrested as boy left in critical condition after being knocked downZimbabwe StarPolice arrested a pensioner shortly afterwards. The nine-year-old was rushed to hospital after he was stuck by the vehicle on Toberdoney Road in Liscolman just after 4pm. ... Read more. Share this article: Back to Zimbabwe Star ...and more »

Geoffrey had to stop essential heart pills days before cancer op ... it was cancelled at the last minute - Zimbabwe Star

Geoffrey had to stop essential heart pills days before cancer op ... it was cancelled at the last minuteZimbabwe StarGeoffrey had to stop essential heart pills days before cancer op ... it was cancelled at the last minute. Belfast Telegraph Thursday 12th January, 2017. The 92-year-old, who had a heart attack in November, was booked in for the procedure on Monday, but ...and more »

Trump to cede 'complete' control of business to sons - Yahoo News;

Trump to cede 'complete' control of business to sons - Yahoo News

Yahoo NewsTrump to cede 'complete' control of business to sonsYahoo NewsUS President-elect Donald Trump along with his children (L-R) Eric, Ivanka and Donald Jr. arrive for a press conference on January 11, 2017 at Trump Tower in New York (AFP Photo/Timothy A. CLARY ). More. New York (AFP) - Donald Trump said ...and more »

Trump will leave business, but won't sell - WCTI12.com;

Trump will leave business, but won't sell - WCTI12.com

WCTI12.comTrump will leave business, but won't sellWCTI12.comNEW YORK (CNNMoney) - President-elect Donald Trump says he will transfer his business holdings to a trust run by his sons, and he won't sell his stake -- stopping far short of what ethics lawyers say would eliminate conflicts of interest. In a press ...and more »

The Latest: Trump lawyer disputes ethics experts on payments - Hanford Sentinel;

The Latest: Trump lawyer disputes ethics experts on payments - Hanford Sentinel

Hanford SentinelThe Latest: Trump lawyer disputes ethics experts on paymentsHanford SentinelRobert F. Kennedy Jr. talks with reporters in the lobby of Trump Tower in New York, Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017, after meeting with President-elect Donald Trump. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci). The Latest: Obama calls for Trump to 'get to work' on Russia. Evan Vucci.and more »

Navarrette: Journalists double standard for… - The Mercury News;

Navarrette: Journalists double standard for… - The Mercury News

The Mercury NewsNavarrette: Journalists double standard for…The Mercury NewsJournalists shouldn't criticize Donald Trump's putting his son-in-law, Jared Kushner in the White House unless they also criticized Bill Clinton for giving Hillary Clinton a West Wing office. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images). By Ruben Navarrette | San ...and more »

Democrats slam Kushner's appointment as nepotistic - Free Press Journal;

Democrats slam Kushner's appointment as nepotistic - Free Press Journal

Free Press JournalDemocrats slam Kushner's appointment as nepotisticFree Press JournalNew York: Hours after US President-elect Donald Trump confirmed that he will appoint his son-in-law Jared Kushner as senior advisor to the president, the Democrats on Tuesday expressed their concern over the incoming White House appointment. Leaders ...and more »

Trump business will pursue US deals but not foreign ones - Chicago Sun-Times;

Trump business will pursue US deals but not foreign ones - Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago Sun-TimesTrump business will pursue US deals but not foreign onesChicago Sun-TimesDonald Trump's business will continue to pursue deals in the United States, though not abroad, while he is president, and he will relinquish control of the company, a lawyer says. | Sun-Times file photo. BERNARD CONDON and JONATHAN LEMIRE ...and more »

Why Norway is killing FM radio - Fast Company

Why Norway is killing FM radioFast CompanyToday, Norway becomes the first country in the world to pull the plug on FM radio. The move away from the 83-year-old technology toward digital signals is not without controversy; Many say the switch is premature, since more than 2 million cars don't ...and more »

Jared Kushner's White House job may be legal. But history shows it's a bad idea. - Albuquerque Journal

Jared Kushner's White House job may be legal. But history shows it's a bad idea.Albuquerque JournalIn May, Hillary Clinton floated a proposal: If she was elected president, she would consider naming Bill Clinton as an economy czar responsible for aiding America's most impoverished communities. The blowback was swift, and within days she had backed ...and more »