Spicer defends White House's lack of transparency

As Trump sends Pence out of the room, Bannon and Kushner stand in front of him, waiting for the president to announce who gets to remain as his adviser. "I am sensitive to the fact that they were sent there on trains", Spicer said. Obviously he has time to spend with family and he makes phone calls - we provide readouts of those calls.

United Airlines pledges to review passenger removal policies

United Airlines pledges to review passenger removal policies

The United Airlines passenger who was videotaped being bloodied and dragged off an overbooked plane by airport police signaled Wednesday he would fight back in court. US Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky, a Democrat from IL, announced that she was considering introducing legislation to protect passengers from be involuntary removed from airplanes.

Read the Wells Fargo sales practices report

Tolstedt and other bank leaders were "unwilling to change the sales model or recognize it as the root cause of the problem", the board found. Directors said Tolstedt and other execs "resisted and impeded scrutiny or oversight" and even "minimized the scale and nature of problems".

Dream Office Real Estate Investment Trst Announces Monthly Dividend of $0.13

The firm earned $51.20 million during the quarter, compared to analyst estimates of $51.95 million. "U.S. investors dialed back their total return expectations for real estate from 8.7 percent last year to 7.4 percent for this year". The survey also revealed US core properties and value-added properties would receive the majority of new real estate investment capital, 33 percent and 27 percent, respectively.

North Korea will 'test missiles weekly', senior official says

The airstrike was seen as an escalation in US involvement in Syria, as it was targeting the regime of Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, who is suspected to have committed the attack. The adviser spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the administration's initial understanding of the launch. "Our military is building and is rapidly becoming stronger than ever before", he tweeted.

April 4 is 'Equal Pay Day for Women'

Over fifty years after the passage of the Equal Pay Act, women continue to earn about eighty percent as much money as men. Jacquette M. Timmons, financial behaviorist and author of "Financial Intimacy" says Black women need to speak up to get what they want.