Tuesday, April 24, 2018
The White House in Washington DC. Photo by: Cezary p.
WASHINGTON (ViaNews) - Instead of starting the new year focused on a government spending bill or infrastructure, the White House has been consumed by accusations made by former Chief Strategist Steve Bannon in a new book. Michael Wolff’s book, “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” includes comments from Bannon suggesting a pre-election meeting between the president’s son, Donald...
New year's eve in New York city. Photo by: Anthony Quintano.
WASHINGTON (ViaNews) - The turning of the new year means a traditional rushing in of new laws across American states and 2018 is no different. From paid leave to voter ID requirements all the way to recreational marijuana legalization, new laws impact a majority of states. Here’s a look at some of the new laws that took effect Jan. 1: Minimum...
Hundreds of people in line at the Fairfax Govt Center. Photo by: Neal Augenstein.
WASHINGTON (Via News) - As a way to circumvent a new cap on federal tax deductions, homeowners across the United States are rushing to prepay their property taxes. According to Fortune.com, homeowners are attempting to pay their 2017 and 2018 property taxes in advance since the new tax cap takes effect Jan. 1, 2018. Hundreds of people in line at the...
Women's March in Detroit, Michigan. November 1. 2017. Photo by Viviana Pernot.
WASHINGTON (ViaNews) - Women’s rights has been a topic of debate in America for centuries and this has not changed in the current year 2017. Donald Trump ran his election on the support of the conservative right who generally take a strict view on women’s rights issues such as birth control and abortion. During his time in office, both...
President Donald J. Trump announcing that Republicans in the U.S. House and Senate have agreed on a deal on Tax Reform legislation. Grand Foyer at the White House on December 13, 2017, in Washington, D.C.. Photo by: Official White House Photo by Stephanie Chasez. (Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License)
WASHINGTON (ViaNews) - The U.S. House of Representatives and Senate are preparing to vote on a tax bill that could prove to be the lone victory in President Donald Trump’s first year in office. Trump beamed after the deal was announced Friday and the likelihood of both chambers voting on the measure sometime this week. “As a candidate, I promised we...
Election day in Alabama. Republicans VS Democtrats
Washington, United States (ViaNews) - Despite no concession, reverberations of the 20,000-vote win of Democrat Doug Jones over Roy Moore are likely to carry over to the upcoming midterm elections. Jones, a former prosecutor, narrowly defeated Moore, a former Alabama Supreme Court Justice, to become the first Democrat to win a U.S. Senate seat in that state in 25...
U.S. Cornell University. Arts Quad at Cornell University, with McGraw Tower in background. Photo by: Eustress.
New York (ViaNews) - For most high school students, making plans to embark on a journey to post-secondary education is a no-brainer. Among the many issues that students have to consider, determining how to pay for higher education is at the top of the list. Over the last few years, student loan statistics show that borrower rates have risen drastically...
US Senate building, Washington DC. Photo by: Ron Cogswell.
Washington, USA (ViaNews) - At a time when most people have been soundly asleep at home for at least a few hours, 2 a.m. is usually the time the people who are still awake make decisions they will later regret. From loneliness-driven phone calls to an ex-boyfriend to getting a spur-of-the-moment tattoo, some decisions really should be held...
Statue of Liberty, New York city. Photo by: William Warby.
WASHINGTON (ViaNews) - With a part of a country that’s angry and looking for change, this past year was one of protest. As the year went on, dissatisfaction with the current administration and the status quo escalated like a volcano ready to erupt. Formerly ignored Americans of every sex, age, and race continue to come forward and demand to...
You'd Never Forget Your Child In The Car, Right?
Atlanta, USA (ViaNews) - Sirens blaring, a parent frantically screaming in desperation, an unresponsive child pulled from a vehicle whose temperatures soar in excess of 100 degrees, the faces of the bystanders, police and EMTs are downcast with grief as they realize it is much too late to save this little one. Many of the gathered bystanders stare at...
Mezcal on the rise
Mezcal, the rustic cousin of tequila, is the latest darling in the craft cocktail, an artisanal organic gastronomic trend that has been hip over the last decade in America. Mezcal drinking is on the rise in the US, while tequila is already one of the most popular spirits consumed by Americans, who cannot get enough of Mexico’s native spirit....
California wildfires. Photo by: Jeff Head.
San Francisco, USA (VIAnews) - So do you want to be a trailblazer farmer in the medical cannabis field? Be prepared to be self-reliant when it comes to financials and insurance in the case things don’t go as planned. The recent fires in Northern California showed that it’s risky to invest in a crop that is legal in seven...

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Kenyan Paul Kibiwott Kurgat. Photo by Kremlin.ru

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Statue of Liberty, New York city. Photo by: William Warby.

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Syrian rebels carry RPG-29 anti-tank missiles Damascus, Syria. Photo by: Qasioun News Agency.

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Porsche headquarters in Stuttgart, Germany. Photo by: Morio

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Taxi in Istanbul, Turkey. Photo by: Leandro Neumann Ciuffo.

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Maduro about the Petro on state TV on Feb. 2.

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