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Prince Harry Reportedly Invitiving The Obamas To His Wedding

[ad_1] Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are about to get married on May 19 and the wedding is already being planned, especially the guest list. Everyone from the world’s biggest stars to iconic politicians will attend and, according to The Sun, Prince Harry is planning to invite the Obamas. Former President Barack Obama and Prince Harry have been friendly for years. The 33-year-old even interviewed Barack Obama for a BBC radio show, which will air on December 27. Naturally, Harry would want the Obamas at his wedding. There is one problem… Trump. The Sun reports, “Britain’s relations with Trump’s White House...

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NFL cancels Sunday Night Football this week

[ad_1] The NFL has canceled the final Sunday night football game of the season. Don't worry, no one was going to watch anyway. Next Sunday's game had two disadvantages: The games all had a likelihood of being dull by the time Sunday night rolled around. And this coming Sunday is New Year's Eve, a day when historically few Americans watch television. The last time the NFL held a Sunday night football game on New Year's Eve was in 2006, when the Chicago Bears...

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Little Known Black History Fact: Wilson Frost

[ad_1] Retired politician Wilson Frost nearly made history in December 1976 after the sudden death of sitting Mayor Richard J. Daley. Due to Frost’s rank as an alderman and President Pro Tempore of the City Council, he assumed the mantle of leadership although the city moved to give the nod to a white fellow alderman. Frost was born on this day in 1925 in Cairo, Illinois. The Fisk University and Chicago-Kent College of Law graduate worked as an attorney in the city prior to getting elected as alderman of the 21st Ward in 1967. During his rise in office, he assumed...

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Syria: Medical evacuations begin from rebel-held Damascus suburb

[ad_1] The Syrian Red Crescent and International Committee of the Red Cross announced, on their official Twitter accounts Tuesday, that the first patients were to be taken out of the rebel-controlled area of Eastern Ghouta.Eastern Ghouta is a rebel-held suburb of Damascus and has a population of 400,000. The UN officials warned last month that the area was experiencing the worst outbreak of child malnutrition since the civil war started six years ago, and hundreds of people in need of urgent medical attention are trapped there.The evacuations began after long negotiations with the Syrian government, according to the Syrian Red...

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All-Time High for Dow and S & P 500 Pointing to Continued Dollar Debasement.

In this report I cover the U.S. job data, the trade balance and what it means for the economy, the markets and the Fed's monetary policy. I also look at the market's reaction to the data and look specifically at the stock market, bonds and precious metals. Follow me on Steemit: Donations to Maneco64: email: BITCOIN: 14DUCdB6ZPP3su12VeN1BxWgvMHjAVZJSH ETHEREUM: 0x5CecA7DB267169Ca6821edADC0baB80b346Ce6c0 LITECOIN: LfzXFonEWKNjAjAEEqK6oRRLE9PQ5zx2ec source...

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William W. Graham, son of Washington Post publisher Kay Graham, dies at 69

[ad_1] William W. Graham, a member of the family that previously owned and ran The Washington Post for decades, died on December 20 from a self-inflicted gunshot wound at the age of 69. He had struggled for years with a heart ailment that was "painful and debilitating," said his brother Donald E. Graham, who confirmed the death to CNN on Tuesday. Graham's grandfather, Eugene Meyer, purchased The Post in 1933. Both of Graham's parents, and his brother and niece, held the positions of publisher and chief executive before the newspaper was sold...

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