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Friday Morning Briefing

Sources say Trump questioned taking immigrants from 'shithole countries', JPMorgan reported a higher-than-expected quarterly profit and a loophole in the new U.S. tax law could allow firms to avoid paying billions of dollars.

Democrats vow to force vote on net neutrality

U.S. Senate Democrats said on Tuesday they will force a vote later this year on the U.S. Federal Communications Commission's reversal of landmark Obama administration net neutrality rules and will try to make it a key issue in the 2018 congressional elections.

Wednesday Morning Briefing

Wednesday Morning Briefing: U.S. announces sanctions on prominent North Korea official, Apple faces lawsuits after saying it slowed down aging iphones and Russia accuses U.S. of training former Islamic State fighters.

Obamacare enrollment down only slightly after late surge in demand

Slightly fewer Americans have enrolled for insurance through the federal Obamacare marketplace compared to a year ago, the government said on Thursday, but the number was higher than expected in light of steps taken by President Donald Trump and Congress to undermine the 2010 law.


Ex-Trump chief strategist Bannon to meet with House panel on Russia

WASHINGTON President Donald Trump's former chief strategist Steve Bannon will meet behind closed doors on Tuesday with a U.S. House of Representatives committee that is probing whether Russia meddled in the 2016 presidential election.