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How will corporate taxation cuts in GOP check make U.S. some-more competitive?

December 12, 2017, 8:15 AM| EY CEO and global authority Mark Weinberger, who served as partner Treasury secretary on taxation policy under President George W. Bush and on the Social Security Advisory Board under President Bill Clinton, joins “CBS This Morning” to plead the Republican taxation remodel bill, how slicing corporate taxation rates will boost investment in the U.S., and …

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Paul Ryan says GOP still aiming to pass taxation renovate by Christmas

Rebecca Shabad Rebecca Shabad is a video contributor for CBS News Digital.

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Trump signs National Defense Authorization Act

President Trump signs the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) Tuesday at 12:00 p.m. ET. The House and the Senate upheld the $700 billion 2018 check in mid-November.  Once Mr. Trump signs the legislation, the NDAA will settle the spending levels and policies for the Department of Defense.   

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Grieving father urges Alabama electorate to reject Roy Moore

A father whose daughter took her own life since “she didn’t wish to be gay” stood outward GOP claimant Roy Moore’s election eve convene Monday night propelling Alabamians not to opinion for him and elect him to the Senate. Photos taken by domestic reporters in Midland City, Alabama showed Nathan Mathis station outward Moore’s convene holding a photo of his daughter, …

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Female lawmakers call for House review into Trump bungle — live stream

Members of the Democratic Women’s Working Group (DWWG) are holding a press discussion on Tuesday job for a congressional review into allegations of passionate bungle against President Trump.  Reps. Lois Frankel, D-Florida, Brenda Lawrence, D-Michigan, and Jackie Speier D-California will call for the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform to examine the allegations of bungle intended at Mr. Trump …

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Vehicle collision leaves U.S. infantryman passed in Afghanistan

KABUL, Afghanistan — The U.S. military says that an American infantryman has died as a outcome of injuries sustained during a car occurrence in eastern Afghanistan. A matter expelled by the U.S. forces on Tuesday says that two other American service members were harmed in the incident, which took place in eastern Nangarhar range on Monday. Mattis: More than 3,000 …

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Suspect’s homeland Bangladesh reacts to NYC attack

DHAKA, Bangladesh — Bangladesh’s supervision cursed an attack on New York City’s transport system, as it emerged that the suspect is an immigrant from the South Asian nation. “Bangladesh is committed to its announced policy of ‘Zero Tolerance’ against terrorism, and condemns terrorism and aroused extremism in all forms or manifestations anywhere in the world, including Monday morning’s occurrence in …

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Banker appeals judgment in torture, murder of sex workers

HONG KONG — A British landowner condemned to life in jail for the gruesome slayings of two Indonesian women seemed in a Hong Kong justice on Tuesday to interest his conviction. Lawyers for Rurik Jutting done their case in the semiautonomous Chinese city’s Court of Appeal, arguing that the hearing judge gave improper instructions to the jury on determining their …

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Charles Jenkins, U.S. Army craven to N. Korea, dies at 77

TOKYO — Charles Jenkins, a U.S Army craven to North Korea who married a Japanese abductee and lived in Japan after their release, has died. He was 77. Jenkins was found collapsed outward his home in Sado, northern Japan, on Monday and rushed to a hospital and after conspicuous dead, a organisation representing families of Japanese abductees to North Koreas …

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Macron "not ready" to renegotiate Paris Agreement

December 12, 2017, 7:16 AM| More than 50 universe leaders are entertainment currently in Paris for the One Planet Summit hosted by French President Emmanuel Macron. In his first and only U.S. network TV interview, Macron spoke to “CBS Evening News” anchor Jeff Glor about his differences with President Trump.

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