News Headlines - 21 January 2017

White House press secretary attacks media for accurately reporting inauguration crowds

And Spicer said, "We know that 420,000 people used the D.C, Metro public transit yesterday, which actually compares to 317,000 for president Obama's last inaugural."
Spicer's number for ridership on Friday was actually low -- the correct number, according to Metro itself, was 570,557. But there were actually 782,000 trips taken for Obama's second inaugural in 2013.

Women's marches around the world – in pictures | The Guardian

Protests to show solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington have taken place around the world after Donald Trump’s inauguration

Trump nominee questions US funding of UN - CNNPolitics.com

South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, tapped by President-elect Donald Trump to be UN ambassador, questioned Wednesday at her Senate confirmation hearing whether the US's funding of the world body is worth it.

As nuclear loss grows, Toshiba needs chip investors, soon | Reuters

People with knowledge of the matter said Toshiba has begun preparations to sell a minority stake in its chip business. One person said non-disclosure agreement forms have been sent to some private equity funds.

Brazil's Judge Overseeing Lava Jato Case Dies in Plane Crash | The Rio Times

The death of Supreme Court Justice Teori Zavascki on Thursday (January 19th) has left Brazilians wondering what will happen to the largest corruption scandal investigations ever undertaken by federal prosecutors.








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