On the verge of becoming the largest US city to regulate recreational marijuana, Los Angeles city council president and two members are already bracing for potential problems in the bureaucratic system’s structure. On Wednesday, the city council voted 12-0 in favor of the marijuana-related regulations which legalized the licensed sale and cultivation of marijuana in the Southern California city of ...Read More »
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Sean Parker, the founding president of Facebook, says the company was designed to “consume as much of your time and conscious attention as possible” and warns the platform could affect developing minds in negative ways. At an Axios event Wednesday, Parker, 38, the billionaire co-founder of Napster and an early investor in Facebook, confessed that he has become “something of ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is delivering his first commencement address at Liberty University, the Christian school whose leader was among Trump’s earliest and most vocal supporters. Trump’s remarks Saturday on the Lynchburg, Virginia, campus will mark his first extended public appearance since he fired James Comey as FBI director this week. Trump has stayed largely out of public view ...Read More »
President Trump will be in Wisconsin Tuesday to sign an executive order about his “Buy American and Hire American” plan. Details of the plan were sketched out to senior administration officials during a Monday conference call. According to background details released by the Trump administration, the “Hire American” portion of the order will focus heavily on the H-1B visa program. ...Read More »
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said he would be willing to talk with Syrian President Bashar Assad to stem that nation’s violence. In an interview with CBS News, Kerry said the U.S. is pushing for Assad to seriously discuss a transition strategy to quell the Arab country’s four-year civil war. “We have to negotiate in the end,” Kerry said. ...Read More »