Trump to company executives: We think we can cut regulations by 75 percent
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump told leaders of companies ranging from defense manufacturer Lockheed Martin Corp to sportswear apparel maker Under Armour Inc on Monday that he believed his administration could cut U.S. regulations governing companies by 75 percent or more.
19 die amid apparent winter tornadoes, other storms in South
Chuck Stafford was watching the Atlanta Falcons rout the Green Bay Packers for the NFC title Sunday afternoon in the mobile home park in Albany where he's lived for more than 31 years when the weather ...
Supreme Court rejects Texas appeal over voter ID lawWASHINGTON (AP) ? The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from Texas in its effort to restore its strict voter identification law.
Southern California pounded by intense storm and flooding
LOS ANGELES (AP) ? The tail end of a punishing winter storm system lashed California with thunderstorms and severe winds Monday after breaking rainfall records, washing out roads and whipping up enormous waves over the weekend.
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McDonald's earnings edge down; says turnaround on track
McDonald's reported slightly lower fourth-quarter earnings Monday as strong sales in Britain, Japan, China offset a drop in the United States. The fast-food giant, which modified its menu in its home market after a lengthy slump, and restructured its international business, said its turnaround remained on track. Comparable sales fell 1.3 percent in the latest quarter.
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2nd victim linked to suspect in German freezer killingBERLIN (AP) ? Berlin police say a man suspected of killing an elderly man and collecting his pension for a decade, before police found his body in a freezer, may have had a second victim.
Liberia: Charles Taylor's ex-wife named as VP candidateMONROVIA, Liberia (AP) ? Liberia's international soccer star turned presidential candidate has named the ex-wife of former President Charles Taylor as his running mate.
French lingerie show says knickers to Victoria's Secret
It wasn't exactly brassieres at dawn, but the French lingerie industry was not going to take a provocation from Victoria's Secret lying down. The brash US lingerie label flew a jet full of supermodels into Paris in November for its annual Las Vegas-style fashion show, seeking to build a bridgehead into the lucrative European market. The French resistance snapped into action with a rival show called "Lingerie, Mon Amour" (Lingerie, My Love) late on Sunday as Paris haute couture week began.