Oil and Protests: Putin's Double Trouble Hours after his release on May 24 from 15 days in jail, opposition leader Alexei Navalny was mobbed as he toured a Moscow protest camp that for days had resisted police attempts to clear it away. “You can’t frighten us with iron beds and prison porridge. 12/31/1969 - 7:00 pm | View Link
Russia is planning for low oil prices for years President Vladimir Putin's government has just set a draft budget for the next ... In 2015, the Russian government originally based its budget on an average price of $100, double what it actually was. The slump in oil prices forced the government to ... 12/31/1969 - 7:00 pm | View Link
Cheap oil roils ruble, but Russia bears the pain Wags were quick to note that it will soon meet Vladimir Putin's stratospheric public approval ratings ... and other basic necessities – while business investment has virtually stalled amid double-digit interest rates. Yet well over a year into Russia's ... 12/31/1969 - 7:00 pm | View Link
The NATO Afghanistan War and US-Russian Relations: Drugs, Oil, and War The conference speakers bitterly opposed Putin’s endorsement, as recently as April 11 of this year ... at least since the failure of massive protests to prevent the Iraq War. We have seen much critical examination of why America fought in Vietnam ... 12/31/1969 - 7:00 pm | View Link
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Putin is Defeating More than ISIS in Syria | New Eastern ... Russia and its President, Vladimir Putin, a little more than a year ago, in July 2014 were the focus of attention in Europe and North America, accused, without a ... 03/21/2017 - 1:38 pm | View Website
Second Chechen War The Second Chechen War was an invasion launched by the Russian Federation, starting 26 August 1999, in response to the Invasion of Dagestan by the Islamic ... 03/20/2017 - 2:30 pm | View Website
Thomson ReutersHUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. (Reuters) - Supporters of President Donald Trump holding a rally on a popular southern California beach clashed with counter-protesters on Saturday.
Multiple fights broke out and, according to local media, at least one Trump supporter was doused with pepper spray when pro-Trump demonstrators marching along Bolsa Chica State Beach encountered a small group opposed to the Republican president who had gathered to denounce the rally.
The fights appeared to start in the early afternoon when a dozen anti-Trump protesters dressed in all black refused to move from a bike path to allow a larger group of pro-Trump supporters taking part in the Make America Great Again rally to pass.
Travel credit cards have increased in popularity as card issuers increasingly sweeten the deal in an effort to draw customers. Many companies offer impressive travel credit card sign-up bonuses and other valuable perks. In the following video segment, Motley Fool analysts Michael Douglass and Nathan Hamilton cover two travel credit card bonus tips that cardholders should know before applying for a new card.
Applying for travel credit card sign-up bonuses can be a smart move for cardholders who want to take a cheap vacation -- and can pay off balances regularly to avoid interest charges. But before applying, it pays to know a few essentials that could help cardholders find the right travel card.
I've written before about tax-related scams, as criminals have been successful in stealing millions of dollars from unsuspecting taxpayers over the phone and through the internet. Unfortunately, this is the time of year where scams tend to heat up. In fact, the IRS is warning taxpayers of some sophisticated last-minute tax scams to watch out for.
The Latest on Congress and the health overhaul (all times local):
Vice President Mike Pence has told a group at a small business in West Virginia that "we will end the Obamacare nightmare and give the American people the world-class health care that they deserve.