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Mnuchin: Trump’s first budget won’t touch entitlements

Mnuchin said Trump would use his first State of the Union policy speech on Tuesday night to preview some elements of his sweeping plans to cut taxes for the middle class, simplify the tax system and make American companies more globally competitive with lower rates...
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Tesla plunges another 5 percent on fears of Model 3 delays

Get rid of Tesla, advised Goldman Sachs analysts in a Monday note to clients. Company has reported several Insider transactions to the SEC, on Feb 8, 2017, Antonio J. Gracias (director) sold 5,600 shares at 254.82 per share price.On Jan 5, 2017, Kimbal Musk (director)...
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O’Keefe takes 12 wickets as Australia thrash India by 333 runs

Former India spinner Sridharan Sriram, who has received widespread praise from India and Australia for helping the visiting Australians romp to a 333-win in the first Test in Pune, revealed that Steve Smith’s side have been opened to suggestions, and were well-prepared for the series,...
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French president rips Trump’s Paris comments

Paris: Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo has hit back at US President Donald Trump’s remarks about the French capital’s loss of appeal due to terror attacks, a media report said on Sunday.Speaking at the annual agriculture fair in Porte de Versailles exhibition center on Saturday, French...
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Scotland v Wales, 2017 RBS Six Nations

Wales was bullying Scotland in contact in the first half hour, but penalties and errors were stalling both sides.But the Scots scored 20 unanswered points after the break with Webb saying Wales’ mistakes handed the momentum to the home team who now face England for...
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Iraqi forces face their toughest test in Mosul

Iraqi forces launched their bid to retake the western parts of the city on Sunday after declaring the east had been liberated last month. In October, Abadi announced a major US -backed offensive to recapture the city, and Iraqi forces most recently recaptured the airport.Meanwhile,...
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