Donald Trump Sues Niece Mary Trump and New York Times Over 'Insidious Plot' to Obtain His Confidential Tax Records

Donald Trump Sues Niece Mary Trump and New York Times Over 'Insidious Plot' to Obtain His Confidential Tax Records

Former President Donald Trump has filed a lawsuit against his niece Mary Trump and The New York Times over their reporting on his tax affairs.
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Trump Denies Report on Tax Returns: 'It's Totally Fake News'

President Donald Trump on Sunday evening denied a report by The New York Times regarding his tax returns, claiming it was "fake news."
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New York Times Sued for Age and Gender Discrimination

A suit filed against the New York Times and its chief revenue officer Meredith Levien alleges that when Levien started to downsize employees in 2013 she did so by targeting older and minority employees for dismissal.
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Impact of Latino Vote in 'Competitive' US Midterm Election Races Defended by Latino, Voter Registration Organizations

Reports indicating the Latino vote will not play a vital role among the "competitive" congressional elections have national Latino and voter registration organizations talking and defending the impact of the voting population.

American Middle Class No Longer the Richest in the World

Recent reports have shown that the American middle class has been bested, and they are no longer the wealthiest among their global peers. The report documents the plummet of the American middle class, large pay disparities, and unbalanced distribution of wealth. The after-tax middle class income in Canada is higher than American wages. In addition, European low-income residents earn more than American low-income residents.
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Latina Journalist Opens Up About NYT Plagiarism Scandal in PBS Documentary

Latina reporter Macarena Hernandez is interviewed in the PBS documentary Fragile Trust, revisiting her role in the Jayson Blair plagiarism scandal.

Ultra-Fast Google Fiber Internet Service Set to Launch in 34 More Cities

America may be at the forefront of innovation in some areas, but it lags behind a a bunch of Asian and European countries when it comes to internet speeds.

Five Latin American Nations Named in New York Times Must Visit in 2014

The New York Times compiled their annual list of 52 Places for jetsetters to visit for the optimum amount of beauty, experience and exploration; and Latin American counties appeared throughout the list for 2014. Ecuador, Brazil, Belize, Uruguay, and the Dominican Republic were named some of the premier destination spots in the world, though Cape Town, South Africa topped the list.
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