Trump tells manufacturers he will cut regulations, taxes
U.S. President Donald Trump met with a dozen prominent American manufacturers at the White House on Monday, promising them he would slash regulations and cut corporate taxes, but warning them of penalties if they moved production outside the country. Trump, who took office on Friday, promised to bring manufacturing plants back to the United States during his campaign, and has not hesitated to call out by name companies that he thinks should bring outsourced production back home. "We think we can cut regulations by 75 percent.
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Notes of caution surround U.S. embassy move to Jerusalem
By Luke Baker and Matt Spetalnick JERUSALEM/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - During the presidential campaign, Donald Trump's team spoke often about moving the U.S. embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. In a statement before a first post-inauguration phone call between Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday, White House press secretary Sean Spicer appeared to lower expectations of an imminent announcement of a move that could anger the Arab world.
Liz Weston: Your mother's maiden name is not a secret
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Hungary: Teacher hailed for saving lives in fiery bus crash
BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) ? A Hungarian teacher who pulled some students out of a fiery bus in Italy despite getting burned and losing his own two children in the crash was being hailed as a hero Monday as Hungary held a national day of mourning for the 16 victims.
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Sprint in streaming deal to boost Jay Z's fledging Tidal
Telecom giant Sprint said Monday it would buy one-third of rap mogul Jay Z's Tidal streaming platform, breathing new life into a service whose star power has failed to translate into market dominance. Sprint, which is owned by Japan's Softbank Corp. and is the fourth-largest mobile service provider in the United States, plans to roll out Tidal content exclusives for the carrier's customers. Jay Z and other top names in music -- including Madonna, Daft Punk and Coldplay's Chris Martin -- in March 2015 unveiled Tidal, promising to give artists greater control in the fast-growing industry of streaming, which allows unlimited, on-demand listening.