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A look back at Trump’s history of high-profile legal wranglings

A look back at Trump’s history of high-profile legal wranglings

Donald Trump’s divorce from his first wife Ivana had already devolved into a tabloid spectacle when, frustrated by the proceedings, the future President’s temper flared. “You’re full of s***!” he exclaimed to the judge in her chambers when she suggested terms he deemed overly favorable to his soon-to-be ex-wife, accrding to Trump’s lawyer at the…MORE

This US bond will hit markets for the first time in decades. Here’s why

This US bond will hit markets for the first time in decades. Here’s why

A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business’ Before the Bell newsletter. Not a subscriber? You can sign up right here. The US government is bringing back a bond it hasn’t issued since 1986 as America’s deficit continues to balloon. After looking at a range of long-dated options, the US Treasury has announced…MORE

Libya summit to call for sanctions if ceasefire violated, draft agreement says

Libya summit to call for sanctions if ceasefire violated, draft agreement says

A conference in Berlin that has gathered several world leaders to discuss the Libya conflict will call for sanctions against parties found in violation of a ceasefire, a draft communique obtained by CNN shows. The warring factions fighting for power over the Libyan capital, Tripoli, and their foreign backers were invited to the summit in…MORE

What we know and don’t know about the Senate impeachment trial

What we know and don’t know about the Senate impeachment trial

Chief Justice John Roberts swore in senators Thursday to officially begin the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. But, the trial starts in earnest Tuesday afternoon when Republicans and Democrats are expected to battle over a resolution setting the rules for the trial and shortly after start opening arguments. It’s possible senators will vote to…MORE

Martin Luther King Jr. Day: What’s open and what’s closed

Martin Luther King Jr. Day: What’s open and what’s closed

In 1983, President Ronald Reagan officially declared Martin Luther King Jr. Day a national holiday, but it wasn’t until 1986 that it was celebrated that way. Since then, the holiday has allowed many Americans the day off to remember the legacy of the prominent civil rights leader. But it also makes it confusing to know…MORE


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