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Joe Lieberman "No Longer Being Considered" For FBI Director: Report

Just days after it was reported that the frontrunner to replace James Comey as head of the FBI was career democrat Joe Lieberman, it now appears that Trump has gotten cold feet about installing a career democrat as head of the agency and according to CNN the team tasked by Trump with finding a new director for the FBI "is resetting its search" with Reuters reporting that according to CNN, Joe Lieberman is "no longer being considered for FBI director."

Here's Why You'll Pay Higher Gas Prices Whatever The Market

The average gasoline tax in the U.S. is 49.5 cents per gallon, according to data from the American Petroleum Institute. That’s not too bad as far as averages go, but it has been climbing over the last five years and it will continue rising as states lose hope that the federal government will chip in for infrastructure construction and maintenance, and transportation.

Republicans, Democrats Insist Trump Turn Over Any Comey Tapes

Even as the White House refused to comment on whether Trump had recorded any of his conversations with former FBI director James Comey, over the weekend, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle called on President Trump to turn over any tapes of conversations with Comey, setting up a potential showdown with the White House as Democrats considered a boycott of the vote on Comey's replacement.

4 Signs That Spell Doom For Traditional American Grocery Chains

The grocery business in the U.S. is, and always has been, a fairly miserable one.  In fact, from A&P to Grand Union, Dahl's, etc., bankruptcy courts have been littered with the industry's failures for decades.  Unfortunately, it's only going to get worse.

Which U.S. States Depend The Most On Foreign Trade?

From the chart, it is clear that the U.S. economy is at least partially reliant on foreign trade. This is especially true for states with major trade hubs and multinational corporations. At the same time, low population states without major trade hubs are not very reliant on international trade.

Goldman Warns 1-In-3 Chance Of Government Shutdown In May

Goldman's Jan Hatzius believes the odds of a government shutdown next week are fairly low, but rise to around one in three if the debate extends into May. A shutdown at the start of the next fiscal year, in October, is a greater risk in their view.

No Obamacare In Most Of Iowa, Tennessee - What Happens? Fallback Plans?

Trump could call up providers and bully them into offering coverage. But does that make any sense from a party that wants to Kill Obamacare? The system is set up to implode and there is no point to doing anything until it does. After an implosion, there will be bipartisan support to do something. Right now there is no bipartisan support to do anything.