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Trump to nominate economic analyst Stephen Moore for Fed board as conservative watchdog over economy

By Frank Miles

President Donald Trump said Friday that he will nominate Stephen Moore, a conservative economic analyst and frequent critic of the Federal Reserve, to fill a vacancy on the Fed's seven-member board.

Trump team β€˜confident’ no collusion in Mueller report: β€˜This is a grand slam’

By Brooke Singman

President Trump’s legal team projected confidence Friday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller did not find collusion connected to the president, as he turned over the results of his exhaustive probe into Russian meddling during the 2016 presidential election.

Trump team β€˜confident’ no collusion in Mueller report: β€˜This is a grand slam’

By Brooke Singman

President Trump’s legal team projected confidence Friday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller did not find collusion connected to the president, as he turned over the results of his exhaustive probe into Russian meddling during the 2016 presidential election.

Pinterest, Ahead of I.P.O., Reveals Fast Growth and Losses

By ERIN GRIFFITH

The start-up, which lets people create virtual “pin boards,” officially joined the herd of tech companies stampeding to the public markets this year by unveiling its offering prospectus.

Macron slams the EPP compromise on OrbΓ‘n’s Fidesz party

By Georgi Gotev

French President Macron spoke in very critical terms on Friday (22 March) about the compromise reached by the European People’s Party to suspend, but not exclude Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s Fidesz party from the European centre-right family.

Russia angry at Poland over WWII anniversary snub

By admin

Russia expressed anger on Wednesday (20 March) that President Vladimir Putin has not been invited to ceremonies marking the 80th anniversary of the start of World War II in Poland later this year.

She Raps and Sweden Listens

By THOMAS ROGERS

Silvana Imam, the lesbian daughter of refugees, is winning fans and making enemies with her strident, unapologetically political songs.

EU institutions at loggerheads over online terrorist content

By Alexandra Brzozowski, Samuel Stolton

MEPs are seeking to "delay and time-out" the adoption of the regulation against online terrorist content, the EU's security chief Julian King said on Wednesday (21 March). His comments came as the Commission criticised online platforms for dragging their feet in removing graphic video footage following the Christchurch attacks.

Tweets of the Week: Bercow, Orban, and Vestager

By Amanda Lee, Evan Lamos, Jennifer Baker
Bercow’s bombshell is rather splendid, Orban’s not banned, but he is suspended, and Google and Vestager are definitely unfriended. This week we are supported by EPRA.

MEPs push to give EU prosecutor job to KΓΆvesi on 27 March

By Dan Alexe

Bucharest appears to be deliberately delaying the nomination of the EU's first-ever prosecutor general, fearing the Romanian candidate, Laura Codruta Kövesi, is well positioned to get the job, reports Dan Alexe, a blogger at EUelectionsRomania.com.

China’s new Silk Road gets bumpy as Xi visits Italy

By Georgi Gotev

Chinese President Xi Jinping kicks off a whistlestop European tour in Rome on Friday (22 March) amid growing Western unease over Italy joining the ever-expanding Asian giant's new Silk Road project.

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