Obama uses most of the article to tout the health-care law, also known as "Obamacare", saying that 20 million people had obtained coverage because of the law. For example, Pearson said, Obama ran for office opposing an individual mandate but "then added one into the ACA because it was necessary to bring insurers on board".
Meanwhile, Finland-based cyber security company F-secure said Pokemon Go privacy concerns are hyped and overblown. Forbes reports the game had more than 7.5 million downloads in less than a week. "Agencies have urged players to stay aware of their surroundings and be careful", USA Today reported. The augmented reality game is now available as a free download from the App Store and Google Play .
The new chancellor has ruled out an emergency Budget following the UK's decision to quit the European Union, but warned Britain would face challenges in managing the economy because of the "shock" of the Brexit vote. He said: "We've all got different styles and that's why we make a strong team, it would be ridiculous to have everybody as clones in the team". Mrs May has indicated the end to the austerity politics that came to define Mr Cameron's premiership and was the central plank of Mr ...
Following the huge success of Pokemon Go, it has been reported that Hollywood studios are scrambling to sign a deal for the Pokemon movie rights. It's very easy to find the basic items you need, eggs and Pokemon are abundant, and it isn't festooned with ads. Four people were arrested after they used the game to lure players to remote places and then rob them at gunpoint.
May has additionally noted that she wishes to lead the country in the direction of civil justice, that she will govern for the people instead of the "privileged few" and has stressed the need to "build a better Britain", during her speech on Wednesday.
The Dow soared 120.74 (+0.66 percent) to close at 18,347.67 for a record high. On Tuesday, the yield on the 10-year Treasury increased slightly to 1.53 percent, up from the 1.37 percent yield reached on Friday. That's not something you see at the same time.... Japanese stocks jumped again, leading gains in world markets Tuesday as investors remained hopeful about the prospects of more stimuli following a stronger-than-expected election victory by the country's ruling coalition.