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PepsiCo sees growth from "guilt-free" items like Baked Lay's
PepsiCo says "guilt-free" products such as baked potato chips and diet sodas are accounting for nearly half its revenue
House Oversight Committee Asks for Review of Conway's Endorsement of Ivanka Trump Brand
Congressmen have chimed in as the fallout of Kellyanne Conway's public pitch to "go buy Ivanka's stuff" continues, with the House Oversight Committee chairman calling the remarks "over the line" and asking for a review by the Office of Government Ethics. Conway, a counselor to the president, made
Jeff Sessions: Everything You Need to Know About the New Attorney General
Jeff Sessions was sworn in today at the White House as the next U.S. attorney general. The upper chamber approved President Donald Trump's nominee Wednesday by a largely party-line vote of 52-47. One Democrat, Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia, joined Republicans in confirming Sessions. Sessions'
How Russia Used Trolls, Cyberattacks and Propaganda to Try to Influence Election
A declassified report on Russian hacking activity pertaining to the recent U.S. presidential election details how intelligence officials believe Moscow and its supporters attempted to put their stamp on the political process. The report, which comes after an investigation ordered by President
NY Attorney General Hinders Trump Plan to Shutter Foundation
Donald Trump's plan to dissolve his eponymous foundation is already running into a roadblock from the New York Attorney General 's office, which says the organization can't close while its probe is ongoing. Trump announced this weekend that the move to close the Donald J. Trump Foundation comes "to
Trump Team Distances Family From Conservation Fundraiser
President-elect Donald Trump ’s transition team is distancing the Trump family from a fundraiser scheduled for Inauguration Weekend organized by a nonprofit appearing to offer access to the president in exchange for donations. The Jan. 21 conservation fundraiser, of which Eric and Donald Trump Jr.
Where Trump Critics See Conflicts, Partners See Golden Opportunities
For President-elect Donald Trump’s global business partners, the deals that some have called a conflict of interest are looking a lot like money in the bank. “His brand has become stronger, more global,” said Hussain Sajwani, the chairman of a Dubai company that is preparing early next year to open
Betsy DeVos: Everything You Need to Know
Betsy DeVos, a Michigan education activist and major GOP donor, has been tapped by President-elect Donald Trump to be his pick for education secretary. She is an advocate for school choice and charter schools and has drawn criticism in conservative circles for being associated with groups that
Trump Foundation Took Donations From Controversial Ukrainian Clinton Donor
A Ukrainian steel magnate, Victor Pinchuk, paid $150,000 to Donald Trump’s charity to book the then-presidential candidate to speak via satellite at a conference held in Kiev in the early days of the presidential campaign. “Victor is a very, very special man. A special entrepreneur,” Trump told the
Trump Seems to Soften on Campaign Promises
President-elect Donald Trump appears to be rethinking some of his campaign promises and policy positions. In an interview with reporters and editors at The New York Times on Tuesday, Trump seemed to back away from campaign pledges concerning Hillary Clinton , climate change and waterboarding.