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In the week’s most striking images, yogis take over Ottawa, an Afghan boy cools down, and more

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Schumer says Democrats should block new FBI Director until Special Russia Prosecutor appointed

“We will have to discuss it as a caucus, but I would support that move because who the FBI director is, is related to who the special prosecutor is,” …

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In some of the week’s most striking images, a Ghanaian boy goes hunting, senators face the press, and more

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An opposition supporter clashes with riot police during a rally against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas. 60 more words

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In some of the week’s most striking images, tai chi rises in Sydney, Diddy strikes a pose, and more

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The global elite are headed for a fall. And they don't even know it.

via Damon Linker at TheWeek.com

You often don’t realize a revolution is brewing until it’s upon you

And this is how things appear at this historical moment: The world is run by an international elite that lives in a rarified world of seemingly boundless power and luxury.

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Making News: CNBC Interview This Afternoon - & a Big Boo for a Washington Post Blog

I’m pleased to announce that I am scheduled to return to CNBC this afternoon to talk about the Trump administration’s global trade policies. The segment is slated to begin at 3 PM EST, and its theme is the surprising, precedent-breaking performance of President Trump’s Treasury Secretary at a recent conference of the world’s leading economies. 172 more words

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