Day: January 18, 2020

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National Archives Apologizes And Removes Edited Women’s March Photo

The National Archives has officially apologized for displaying an altered photo taken during the 2017 Women’s March that was blurred to censor signs critical of President Donald Trump. In a statement, federal museum officials admitted they had made a mistake and added that they had removed the photo from the display and would replace it […]

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UN Libya mission ‘concerned’ over threats to block oil exports | News

The United Nations mission in Libya has express deep concern over efforts to disrupt oil production in the war-torn country and urged all sides to exercise restraint. “This move would have devastating consequences first and foremost for the Libyan people who depend on the free flow of oil for their well-being,” the mission said in […]

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Politics

Bloomberg gets 45-day extension on financial disclosures from FEC

The former mayor won’t have to reveal details until after Super Tuesday. January 18, 2020, 1:36 AM 3 min read The Federal Election Commission on Friday granted Mike Bloomberg’s campaign an additional 45 days to file his mandatory personal financial disclosure form. That extended deadline, March 20, means the multibillionaire former mayor of New York […]

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