Artist projects Putin on New York Trump hotel
By Abiodun Ogundairo
10 August 2017 | 5:58 am
Artist projects Putin on New York Trump hotel.
There are signs of growing for support for Florida Governor and rising star Ron DeSantis, as many Republicans say it's time to move on from Donald Trump. Some blame the former President for the party's poor show in the midterms.
A dangerous lake-effect snowstorm paralyzed parts of western and northern New York on Friday, dumping over 5 feet in some spots with more expected to fall through the night into Saturday. The storm was blamed for the deaths of two people stricken while clearing snow.
The US Justice Department tapped a former war crimes prosecutor to oversee investigations into the former president's handling of classified documents and his alleged efforts to undo the 2020 election.
The highest court in the US has rejected a plea by the former president to block the release of tax returns.
'Putin wants Ukraine to sink into cold and darkness'
The White House has condemned former President Donald Trump for hosting a known white supremacist at this estate in Florida. Trump has a history of failing to condemn hate speech.
Outtake: Trump refuses to say election is over
Donald Trump's company has been accused of helping executives dodge personal income taxes on perks including Manhattan apartments and luxury cars.
As Donald Trump eyes a return to the White House, a jury has found the Trump Organization guilty of 17 counts of tax fraud. The company paid less in tax by compensating executives with "off the books" perks such as luxury apartments. In addition to a fine, the Trump Organization will find it harder to get access to financing.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has spoken about the Russian invasion in the Bundestag, saying the decision to allow the delivery of weapons to Ukraine was the only "response possible to Putin's aggression."
The Russian, Ukrainian and Belarusian winners of the Nobel Peace Prize denounced Russian President Vladimir Putin's war in Ukraine during the award ceremony in Norway.
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