Year: 2019

Lawmakers Scramble to Avert Government Shutdown with Deadline Looming

The clock is beginning to tick more loudly. With the new government shutdown deadline quickly approaching, lawmakers are scrambling to put together a deal that will be approved by both parties. The impending deadline is Friday, February 15. If an agreement is not reached by then, the government will again spiral into a partial shutdown.

Hussain Sajwani World Economic Forum Interview With CNBC

The founder and chairman of DAMAC Properties, Hussain Sajwani graduated from the University of Washington after starting from humble beginnings. Today, DAMAC Properties develops real estate across the globe, with a portfolio of over 40,000 units. DAMAC specializes in luxury real estate and has prestigious properties in cities such as Dubai, London, Abu Dhabi, and

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Renew Youth Explains How Boosting Nitric Oxide Helps Protect Men’s Health

Even though nitric oxide was declared “molecule of the year” by Science Magazine in 1992 and was the subject of Nobel prize-winning research in 1998, many people remain unaware of just how vital this little molecule is for men’s health. As a respected provider of anti-aging treatments for men for nearly 20 years, Renew Youth

State of the Union Might Address Wall Funding and New Summit with North Korea

As Americans all over the country wait for Tuesday night’s State of the Union, President Trump is providing reporters with hints about what he may be talking about during the annual speech. Late last week, President Trump promised bombshell reveals during the address, telling reporters to “listen closely.” Among the possible bombshell reveals media analysts

Senate to Vote on Thursday to Reopen Government, Although Not Likely to Pass

The Senate is all set to take two crucial votes on Thursday that could possibly determine the fate of the ongoing government shutdown. With the shutdown now sitting at over 30 days, lawmakers are getting desperate to show that they are attempting to resolve the ongoing crisis. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell backs a proposal

Chinese Telecom Company Huawei Allegedly Stole Intellectual Property from T-Mobile

Founded in 1987, Huawei has grown into manufacturing more smartphones than any other competitor outside of Samsung Electronics, the world’s largest manufacturer. Huawei has sold its electronics and services to customers in upwards of 175 countries. Further, 90 percent of the world’s largest telecom companies currently use either the products or services – if not