Day: January 11, 2018

Ex-Sheriff Joe Arpaio says he’s running for the Senate in Arizona

Former Maricopa County, Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, pardoned by President Donald Trump in August after he was convicted of contempt of court, announced Tuesday that he is running for the U.S. Senate. “We cannot sit idly by while our nation faces unprecedented challenges. President Trump needs my help in the Senate,” an announcement on Arpaio’s […]

No long walks and cleanup required for Sony’s new robot dog

Man’s best friend has just become more bionic. Interested in Technology? Add Technology as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Technology news, video, and analysis from ABC News. Technology Add Interest Sony unveiled Monday the new “aibo” autonomous entertainment robot that “brings fun and joy to the entire family,” Sony President […]

NFL chief Mark Waller says the UK is ready for a franchise

NFL vice president Mark Waller says the fanbase shows that the UK are ready for their own NFL team The UK is ready for an NFL franchise, according to one of the league’s vice-presidents Mark Waller. It was announced on Thursday that London will host three NFL games next season and Waller believes it will […]

US Treasury to Impose New Sanctions on Iran

US Treasury to Impose New Sanctions on Iran © AP Photo/ Ronald ZakUS23:20 11.01.2018Get short URL101 WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – The Trump administration is expected to announce new sanctions against Iran soon, US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said during a White House briefing on Thursday. “I am expecting new sanctions on Iran, we continue to look at them,” Mnuchin […]

Democrats press HHS nominee Azar on ties to drug industry

Democrats pressed President Trump’s nominee to lead the Department of Health and Human Services, Alex Azar, on his ties to the pharmaceutical industry during a confirmation hearing Tuesday on Capitol Hill. HHS, which has a budget of over $1 trillion and over 80,000 employees, has been without a secretary since Tom Price resigned over his […]

Revised suit faults Google for asking hires about prior pay

A revised gender-pay lawsuit seeking class-action status against Google faults the search giant for asking new hires about their prior salary, a practice now banned in California. The suit, filed Wednesday, also adds a fourth complainant, a preschool teacher with a master’s degree. The four women allege they were underpaid by Google compared with their […]