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  • President Trump confirmed on Friday that he would support stricter firearms regulations, including a proposal to strengthen the federal background check system and raising the minimum age for buying a semi-automatic weapon to 21 - something the powerful National Rifle Association has said it opposes.Trump also reiterated his support for training members of school staffs to carry concealed weapons:“A teacher would have shot the hell out of him before he knew what happened,”But, as Bloomberg reports, The White House is considering the idea of using restraining orders to take firearms...
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  • In its latest annual letter, released at 8am on Saturday, Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway said Q4 profit hit an all time high, rising more than five time, as net income soared to a record $32.44 billion, or $19.790 a share, from $6.29 billion, or $3.823 the prior year, while operating EPS fell 24% to $3,338, hurt by losses in the company's insurance operations, however it was enough to beat the $2,617 consensus estimate.For the full year, Berkshire earned $44.940 billion, up 87% last year's $24.1 billion, despite "only" an 8%...
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  • Nigel Farage, the former leader of the UK Independence Party and current MEP for Southeast England, shared some jokes about his purported "Russia connections" with the crowd at CPAC on Friday - confessing that, though rumors of his involvement as a go-between for Vladimir Putin, Donald Trump and Julian Assange are overblown - he has been known to enjoy a swig of Russian vodka from time to time. Farage, a notoriously heavy drinker, said he's never been to Russia or Moscow, and has never - to his knowledge, we presume...
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    Ex-Trump aide Gates pleads guilty, cooperating in Mueller probe

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  • Malcolm Turnbull has told the governors of more than 40 US states that America's leadership in the world is in the interest of both nations....
    US must continue to be a leader: Turnbull
    Australia leader urges US to maintain global leadership...

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    US must continue to be a leader, says Malcolm Turnbull
    Australia leader urges US to maintain global leadership...

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    US must continue to be a leader, says Malcolm Turnbull
    US must continue to be a leader: Turnbull

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