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U.S.-Iran Tensions May Deescalate, Hormats Says

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U.S.-Iran Tensions May Deescalate, Hormats Says

Jan.07 — Robergt Hormats, vice chairman of Kissinger Associates and a former U.S. State Department undersecretary, talks about the tensions between the U.S. and Iran. Iran fired a series of missiles at two U.S.-Iraqi airbases early Wednesday morning Baghdad time, the Pentagon said. President Donald Trump said in a Twitter post "All is well!" Hormats speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."

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President Joe Biden has once again mentioned serious economic consequences if Russia goes through with what he says would be the "largest invasion since World...

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"If there were sanctions, of course the full energy market would have to be included," CDU/CSU Deputy Caucus Leader Johann Wadephul said on Wednesday morning....

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French far-right leader Marine Le Pen, who's a frontrunner in April's presidential election, says she opposes sanctions on Russia and warns the U.S. against a...

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A Texas newspaper has dropped their Henry Cuellar endorsement in support of progressive candidate, Jessica Cisneros. John Iadarola and Senator Nina Turner break it down...

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Rep. Matt Gaetz threatens a revenge tour in 2024. John Iadarola and Senator Nina Turner break it down on The Damage Report. Become a TDR...

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Super Bowl performers describe unpaid labor conditions. In addition, Alabama coal miners are continuing a 10-month over better wages as poor labor conditions in the...