2017-12-07 (7 Days Old)Total Views: 23 | Last 7 Days: 0
LONDON (Reuters) - The dollar rose to its highest level in two weeks on Thursday over optimism the United States would successfully push through tax reforms, while world shares rebounded after two straight days of losses.
WashingtonPost: UN envoy calls for doubling funding for kids in emergencies
CNN: Rosenstein: No good cause to fire Mueller
CBS: 25 movies added to the National Film Registry
ABC: Can digital assistants answer questions about sex?
Daily Mail: Joe Jonas admits he'll 'probably butt heads' with Boy George
Daily Mail: Reconstruction technology reveals the face of 17th...
Daily Mail: Arkansas abortion facilities threatened with suspension
Daily Mail: GRAPHIC-Flat U.S. yield curve not signaling recession...
Daily Mail: The Latest: Sentencing delayed in lawmaker corruption case
Reuters: National Hockey League roundup
WashingtonPost: Trump plan to move U.S. embassy to Jerusalem angers Middle East Christians
CNN: How to say 'triple lutz' in Korean
Los Angeles Times: These are the 21st Century Fox assets that Disney wants to buy
USA Today: He's back: Packers QB Aaron Rodgers preps to play Panthers
USA Today: Steelers offense at full strength _ finally _ vs. Pats
USA Today: Blackhawks place D Franson on IR with upper-body injury
USA Today: December roundup: A look at the hottest hotel renovations
Daily Mail: Expecting dad stages his own pregnancy photo shoot
Daily Mail: Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino relishing Man City tie
Daily Mail: Firefighters on top of wildfire in LA's luxury Bel Air
Daily Mail: UK urged to accept EU laws during transition agreement
CTV News: New bylaw gives green light for ride-sharing to roll into Winnipeg
WashingtonPost: Omarosa Manigault Newman’s departure highlights lack of diversity in Trump White House