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Republicans confident tax bill to become law this week

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Top U.S. Republicans said on Sunday they expected Congress to pass a tax code overhaul this week, with a Senate vote as early as Tuesday and President Donald Trump aiming to sign the bill by week's end.



Source: Republicans confident tax bill to become law this week
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U.S. taxpayers rush to claim deductions under threat from tax bill

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Financial advisers and accountants are working overtime as many U.S. taxpayers scramble to pay the rest of their 2017 taxes before Jan. 1 when the proposed Republican tax overhaul would sharply cut the amount they can deduct on federal tax bills.



Source: U.S. taxpayers rush to claim deductions under threat from tax bill
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Trump says not considering firing U.S. special counsel Mueller

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump, when asked on Sunday if he was considering firing U.S. special counsel Robert Mueller, told reporters, "No. I'm not."



Source: Trump says not considering firing U.S. special counsel Mueller
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Republican Senator John McCain leaves Washington before expected tax vote

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican U.S. Senator John McCain is expected to miss an upcoming vote on a tax code overhaul, after his office said he had returned to his home in Arizona following medical treatment.



Source: Republican Senator John McCain leaves Washington before expected tax vote
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Breaking News / Trump says not considering firing U.S. special counsel Mueller
« Last post by Nuddynews Mann on December 17, 2017, 07:28:46 PM »
Trump says not considering firing U.S. special counsel Mueller

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump, when asked on Sunday if he was considering firing U.S. special counsel Robert Mueller, told reporters, "No. I'm not."



Source: Trump says not considering firing U.S. special counsel Mueller
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Breaking News / Republicans confident tax bill to become law this week
« Last post by Nuddynews Mann on December 17, 2017, 07:28:46 PM »
Republicans confident tax bill to become law this week

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Top U.S. Republicans said on Sunday they expected Congress to pass a tax code overhaul this week, with a Senate vote as early as Tuesday and President Donald Trump aiming to sign the bill by week's end.



Source: Republicans confident tax bill to become law this week
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Breaking News / Senator-elect Jones not joining calls for Trump resignation
« Last post by Nuddynews Mann on December 17, 2017, 07:28:46 PM »
Senator-elect Jones not joining calls for Trump resignation

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democrat Doug Jones, who scored an upset victory last week in the U.S. Senate race in Alabama, said on Sunday he did not believe President Donald Trump needed to resign over sexual misconduct allegations against him.



Source: Senator-elect Jones not joining calls for Trump resignation
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Breaking News / Trump allies say Mueller unlawfully obtained thousands of emails
« Last post by Nuddynews Mann on December 17, 2017, 08:07:01 AM »
Trump allies say Mueller unlawfully obtained thousands of emails

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An organization established for U.S. President Donald Trump's transition to the White House said on Saturday the special counsel investigating allegations of Russian meddling in the 2016 election had obtained tens of thousands of emails unlawfully.



Source: Trump allies say Mueller unlawfully obtained thousands of emails
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Trump defends tax plan as 'great Christmas gifts' to middle class

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday defended a Republican tax-cut plan against Democratic charges that it favors the rich, saying it will be "one of the great Christmas gifts" for the middle class with just days to go before Congress votes.



Source: Trump defends tax plan as 'great Christmas gifts' to middle class
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Trump administration bans selected words at health agencies: paper

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration has told agencies within the Department of Health and Human Services to avoid using certain words or phrases in official documents being drafted for next year's budget, the Washington Post reported on Saturday.



Source: Trump administration bans selected words at health agencies: paper
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