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  • NEW YORK, March 16- As success stories go, chef Marcus Samuelssons is as geographically varied and fascinating as they come. Born in Ethiopia and separated from his family a few years later during the Ethiopian civil war, Samuelsson was then adopted and raised by a Swedish couple, who taught him his earliest lessons about money and work ethic.

  • NEW YORK, March 16- As success stories go, chef Marcus Samuelssons is as geographically varied and fascinating as they come. Born in Ethiopia and separated from his family a few years later during the Ethiopian civil war, Samuelsson was then adopted and raised by a Swedish couple, who taught him his earliest lessons about money and work ethic.

  • NEW YORK, March 16- As success stories go, chef Marcus Samuelssons is as geographically varied and fascinating as they come. Born in Ethiopia and separated from his family a few years later during the Ethiopian civil war, Samuelsson was then adopted and raised by a Swedish couple, who taught him his earliest lessons about money and work ethic.

  • NEW YORK, March 16- As success stories go, chef Marcus Samuelssons is as geographically varied and fascinating as they come. Born in Ethiopia and separated from his family a few years later during the Ethiopian civil war, Samuelsson was then adopted and raised by a Swedish couple, who taught him his earliest lessons about money and work ethic.

  • NEW YORK, March 16- As success stories go, chef Marcus Samuelssons is as geographically varied and fascinating as they come. Born in Ethiopia and separated from his family a few years later during the Ethiopian civil war, Samuelsson was then adopted and raised by a Swedish couple, who taught him his earliest lessons about money and work ethic.

  • NEW YORK, March 16- As success stories go, chef Marcus Samuelssons is as geographically varied and fascinating as they come. Born in Ethiopia and separated from his family a few years later during the Ethiopian civil war, Samuelsson was then adopted and raised by a Swedish couple, who taught him his earliest lessons about money and work ethic.

  • WASHINGTON, March 16- It's not unusual for a newly minted White House to present what's known as a "skinny budget," a wish list of spending requests for Congress and some basic economic projections. President George H.W. Bush's first take was 193 pages, and President George W. Bush's was around the same length, at 207 pages. It makes no assumptions about "mandatory"...

  • WASHINGTON, March 16- It's not unusual for a newly minted White House to present what's known as a "skinny budget," a wish list of spending requests for Congress and some basic economic projections. President George H.W. Bush's first take was 193 pages, and President George W. Bush's was around the same length, at 207 pages. It makes no assumptions about "mandatory"...

  • Copies of President Donald Trump's overview of budget priorities for FY2018, titled 'America First: A Budget Blueprint to Make America Great Again.' on display at the Government Publishing Office (GPO) and the Office of Management and Budget, on March 16, 2017 in Washington, DC.

    President Donald Trump's first crack at the budget, released on Thursday, took "skinny" to a new, anemic level.

  • President Donald Trump and House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan. The AHCA will jack up premiums for older low- to middle-income users of the commercial insurance exchanges, and roll back Medicaid coverage for very low income households, according to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office. Just as important, the AHCA proposes massive Medicaid...

  • WASHINGTON, March 16- It's not unusual for a newly minted White House to present what's known as a "skinny budget," a wish-list of spending requests for Congress and some basic economic projections. President George H.W. Bush's first take was 193 pages, and President George W. Bush's was around the same length, at 207 pages. It makes no assumptions about "mandatory"...

  • TRUMP BUDGET PROPOSES TO SHIFT OVERSIGHT OF U.S.

  • WASHINGTON, March 16- President Donald Trump is proposing to shift oversight of the U.S. air traffic control from the federal government to an independent group, according to budget documents released on Thursday. Trump, who called the U.S. air traffic control system "obsolete" in a meeting with airline executives last month, is proposing $16.2 billion for the...

  • Speaking to reporters aboard presidential plane Air Force One after the rally, Trump expressed optimism about his plan's chances in Congress. Republicans control both Congress and the White House for the first time in a decade, but the overhaul still faces political battles to be fought by a president new to governing. White House spokesman Sean Spicer told...

  • March 15- President Donald Trump used his barnstorming strategy on Wednesday to try to build momentum for his first legislative initiative, a healthcare overhaul, by holding a massive rally in Nashville, Tennessee, reminiscent of his campaign events. Republicans control both Congress and the White House for the first time in a decade, but the overhaul still...

  • *Plan foresees 28 pct cut for State Department. Those programs have been targeted by Republican politicians before, but in many cases the proposed cuts have failed to make it through Congress. But it is ultimately up to Congress to decide how to allocate funds.

  • "We're obviously in talks with Speaker Ryan, the entire leadership team over there... to get the best outcome based on feedback from members," White House spokesman Sean Spicer told reporters during a briefing. Specifically, conservatives want Obamacare's expansion of the Medicaid program for the poor to end sooner than proposed by the Ryan plan, and want to...

  • President Donald Trump on Thursday includes deep cuts for the State Department and Environmental Protection Agency as his administration seeks to raise military spending, the New York Times said on Wednesday. The budget plan for fiscal 2018 will call for cuts of 28 percent for the State Department and 31 percent for the Environmental Protection Agency, the...

  • Republican lawmakers said on Wednesday they were close to embracing their party's healthcare overhaul plan after the White House signaled openness to ending an expansion of the government health insurance program for the poor even sooner than proposed. Vice President Mike Pence met behind closed doors with the Republican Study Committee, the biggest...

  • "They're really going to be cutting into bone," said Kenneth Baer, a former associate director at the Office of Management and Budget who helped draft President Barack Obama's first four budgets. New administrations typically submit to Congress what is known as a "skinny budget"- a broad outline of spending proposals- in their initial months in office, with lengthy...