Carlos Gomez’s blast vs. Nationals puts Mets in unfamiliar territory – New York Post

Call them the smoke and mirror Mets. Down five projected starters, a few days removed from their manager’s job being believed to be in serious jeopardy, the Mets have put together their first four-game winning streak of the season after beating Max Scherzer and Stephen Strasburg on consecutive days. Or,…Call them the smoke and mirrorLanjutkan membaca

Banker Accused of Arranging $16 Million in Loans to Manafort to Gain High-Level Trump Post – The New York Times

[What you need to know to start the day: Get New York Today in your inbox .] [1] The chairman of a Chicago bank has been indicted in Manhattan on a charge that he issued millions of dollars in loans to President Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, in an…[What you need to know toLanjutkan membaca

Pressure over Brexit vote may force Theresa May to step down – New York Post

British Prime Minister Theresa May may step down as soon as Friday amid a mutiny among her cabinet members and her inability to get Parliament to sign off on a deal to exit the European Union [1] , according to a report. House of Commons leader Andrea Leadsom resigned on…British Prime Minister Theresa May mayLanjutkan membaca

Pressure over Brexit vote may force Theresa May to step down – New York Post

British Prime Minister Theresa May may step down as soon as Friday amid a mutiny among her cabinet members and her inability to get Parliament to sign off on a deal to exit the European Union [1] , according to a report. House of Commons leader Andrea Leadsom resigned on…British Prime Minister Theresa May mayLanjutkan membaca

Mysterious spike of ozone-destroying chemical is traced to northeast China – The Washington Post

Brady Dennis [1] Reporter focusing on environmental policy and public health issues May 22 at 1:00 PM Two provinces in China are a source of a troubling spike in emissions of a globally banned chemical that damages the Earth’s protective ozone layer, according to a study published Wednesday that has… Brady Dennis[1]Reporter focusing on environmentalLanjutkan membaca

Self-driving truck startup to run tests for post office to and from Phoenix – KTAR.com

(TuSimple Photo) PHOENIX – A self-driving truck startup based in Arizona has landed a trial run delivering mail for the U.S. Postal Service between Phoenix and Dallas, Texas. TuSimple, which has headquarters in Tucson and San Diego, California, will make five round trips during the two-week testing, the company announced…(TuSimple Photo)PHOENIX – A self-driving truckLanjutkan membaca

Self-driving truck startup to run tests for post office to and from Phoenix – KTAR.com

(TuSimple Photo) PHOENIX – A self-driving truck startup based in Arizona has landed a trial run delivering mail for the U.S. Postal Service between Phoenix and Dallas, Texas. TuSimple, which has headquarters in Tucson and San Diego, California, will make five round trips during the two-week testing, the company announced…(TuSimple Photo)PHOENIX – A self-driving truckLanjutkan membaca

Self-driving truck startup to run tests for post office to and from Phoenix – KTAR.com

(TuSimple Photo) PHOENIX – A self-driving truck startup based in Arizona has landed a trial run delivering mail for the U.S. Postal Service between Phoenix and Dallas, Texas. TuSimple, which has headquarters in Tucson and San Diego, California, will make five round trips during the two-week testing, the company announced…(TuSimple Photo)PHOENIX – A self-driving truckLanjutkan membaca

Confidential draft IRS memo says tax returns must be given to Congress unless president invokes executive privilege – The Washington Post

A confidential Internal Revenue Service legal memo says tax returns must be given to Congress unless the president takes the rare step of asserting executive privilege, according to a copy of the memo obtained by The Washington Post. The memo contradicts the Trump administration’s justification for denying lawmakers’ request for…A confidential Internal Revenue Service legalLanjutkan membaca

Theresa May offers Parliament a vote on a second Brexit referendum – The Washington Post

Karla Adam [1] London correspondent covering the United Kingdom May 21 at 2:39 PM LONDON — British Prime Minister Theresa May urged British lawmakers on Tuesday to back her “new” Brexit deal, which would include a binding vote by Parliament on whether to hold a second Brexit referendum. In a … Karla Adam[1]London correspondent coveringLanjutkan membaca