Chairman May Be Able to Keep 400 Sears Stores Open After Bankruptcy Auction
Business

Chairman May Be Able to Keep 400 Sears Stores Open After Bankruptcy Auction

The company’s chairman and largest shareholder Eddie Lampert was able to win a bankruptcy lawsuit which helped avert the possibility of liquidation
Rosenstein Wants to Leave the Justice Department
Politics

Rosenstein Wants to Leave the Justice Department

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is expected to resign as soon as William Barr, Trump’s nominee for Attorney General is confirmed. His office has been in charge of overseeing the Mueller investigation into possible collusion with Russia.
The US Added 312,000 Jobs in December with Unemployment Rising to 3.9%
Business

The US Added 312,000 Jobs in December with Unemployment Rising to 3.9%

The Labor Department released its official employment figures for the month of December. Although the US added 312k jobs, unemployment rate rose to 3,9% compared to the 3,7% in November.
Google Will Spend $1 Billion for Its New Campus in New York
Business

Google Will Spend $1 Billion for Its New Campus in New York

Google becomes the second major tech company to pick the Big Apple as the next base of operations after Amazon confirmed that it will also be building part of its second headquarter in this city
Trump Confides to Friends That He’s Worried About Being Impeached
Politics

Trump Confides to Friends That He’s Worried About Being Impeached

The possibility of an impeachment is still far down the road, but the situation is heating up as Mueller gets close to Trump's inner circle.
155,000 Jobs Were Created in the US in November
Business

155,000 Jobs Were Created in the US in November

The creating of jobs was slightly below expectations as employers complain about talent shortage, but the numbers should improve soon.

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