Kavanaugh also reported liabilities that exceeded the value of his total assets, according to financial disclosures released by the White House. White House spokesman Raj Shah told The Washington Post that Kavanaugh built up the debt by buying season tickets to Washington Nationals games and playoff games for himself and his friends.
At present, Disney appears to have the upper hand in the contest for Fox, stirring speculation that Comcast will redirect its firepower into snatching away Sky as a standalone acquisition. Sky operates in Austria, Germany, Ireland and Italy as well as the U.K. It has 22.5 million customers, attracted by offerings such as English Premier League soccer and "Game of Thrones".
The office will hear public comments on the plan and will reach a decision after August 31, according to a senior administration official who briefed reporters on condition of anonymity. High-level talks between the two countries starting in May failed to deliver a breakthrough to head off a trade war. China immediately retaliated with duties on the same value of United States goods, including soybeans and cars.
Engineers and rescue teams equipped to aid the Thai government have been volunteering to help-a former Thai Navy SEAL died from lack of oxygen as he worked to save the boys-but so far have had no luck. "Prob need to enter tube, zip up & then transit". The cave system is some six miles long, and the main concern now is that the rising water levels are cutting short their oxygen supply.
Lu Kang, a Chinese foreign ministry spokesman, said: 'After the U.S. activated its tariff measures against China, China's measures against the United States took effect immediately'. The tariff comes as the U.S.is just starting to make inroads into China's grain-finished beef market after being banned for 13 years. Some have responded by hiking their own tariffs on USA goods.
Average hourly earnings rose 0.2% from the prior month - less than forecasts for the second straight 0.3% gain - while the jobless rate increased to 4% from 3.8%, the first rise in nearly a year. There were gains in professional and business services employment as well as leisure and hospitality. The retail industry's woes were also reflected in employment, as vendors cut 21,600 positions, the biggest drop since December.