Soros: Trump a 'would-be dictator' who will rattle marketsNEW YORK (AP) ? Billionaire investor George Soros said Thursday he views President-elect Donald Trump as an "impostor and con man and a would-be dictator" who will rattle financial markets.
Judge hints at trial for lawsuit on harsh CIA interrogation
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) ? Psychologists who designed the CIA's harsh interrogation methods for the war on terror want a lawsuit from three former detainees dismissed, but a federal judge said Thursday that he was inclined to allow it to move to a trial that was expected to include classified information.
Navy: Wind farm opposed by GOP lawmakers won't harm radarWASHINGTON (AP) ? The Pentagon says it disagrees with Republicans in North Carolina who claim a $400 million clean energy project slated to power data centers for Amazon.com Inc. poses a threat to national security.
Lack of Latinos in Trump Cabinet draws ire for 'setback'
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) ? President-elect Donald Trump's decision not to appoint any Latinos to his Cabinet is drawing fierce criticism from Hispanics, who call it a major setback for the nation's largest minority group.
Inaugural cheers, fireworks: Trump sweeps in for his big day
WASHINGTON (AP) ? Ready for his big moment, Donald Trump swept into Washington on a military jet Thursday for three days of inaugural festivities and pledged to unify a nation that is divided and clamoring for change. Washington braced for an onslaught of crowds and demonstrators ? with all the attendant hoopla and hand-wringing.
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Redford: a popular 'movement' will fight Trump cuts
Robert Redford refused to be drawn on Donald Trump as the Sundance Film Festival opened Thursday, but vowed a popular "movement" would fight funding cuts the incoming president plans to make. Asked his opinion about how filmmaking would be affected after the president-elect's inauguration on Friday, the two-time Oscar winner insisted Sundance doesn't do politics. It always has, it probably always will," Redford, 80, told reporters as he kicked off the annual showcase for independent films at the ski resort of Park City, Utah.
Obama criticizes Congress for refusing to close Cuba prison
WASHINGTON (AP) ? President Barack Obama on Thursday blamed Congress for his failure to keep a promise to close the military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, saying there's "simply no justification beyond politics" to keep it open.
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