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Thousands Rally to Demand Trump Release Tax Returns

Thousands Rally to Demand Trump Release Tax Returns

People march demanding President Donald Trump release his tax returns, in NY, U.S., April 15, 2017. Pressed Monday about whether Trump will follow recent presidential precedent and release his tax returns, press secretary Sean Spicer claimed the president can not do so because he is under audit by the IRS, the same explanation Trump has used since early a year ago.


The chemical brothers: Vladimir Putin and Bashar al-Assad

The chemical brothers: Vladimir Putin and Bashar al-Assad

The attack was the first direct US assault on Syria and the government of President Bashar al-Assad in the six-year war there. The US on April 6 unleashed 59 Tomahawk missiles at the Shairat airbase that played a key role in conducting the toxic gas attack.


U.S. considers restoring Pyongyang to terror sponsor list -Tillerson

U.S. considers restoring Pyongyang to terror sponsor list -Tillerson

The Trump administration is reviewing whether it should restore North Korea to the list of state sponsors of terrorism. Countries that appear on the list are those that the secretary of state has determined to have repeatedly provided support for acts of worldwide terrorism, the State Department says.



Golden State Warriors vs. Portland Trail Blazers

Durant got to rest and the Warriors got to roll. Portland's standout backcourt of Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum , which combined for 75 points on 28-for-54 shooting in Sunday's series opener, struggled to connect on just 9-of-34 in the rematch.



IMF revises up 2017 global economic forecast

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has raised its United Kingdom growth forecast for the second time this year, saying the economy held up in the wake of the Brexit vote. Commodity prices, particularly crude oil, which plummeted to historic lows in the first few months of 2016, seem to be on the rebound, according to the report.



Corbyn attacks May's plan for snap election despite Parly backing

Labour, which is the political party with the largest membership in Europe, has 50 days to campaign for a win. As Home Secretary she was responsible for a tightening of immigration rules, and her tenure as Prime Minister has seen her put immigration control - from both within and outside the European Union - at the heart of her agenda, despite warnings that it could damage efforts to secure trade deals, including one with India.