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Americans also cut spending on gasoline by $6 billion in the first quarter, a reflection of lower prices at the pump. An unusual warming trend, meanwhile, allowed households to dial back on fuel to heat their homes. February was the second hottest on U.S. record. The result: spending on housing and utilities declined by nearly $12 billion. The warmer weather also made it harder for retailers to sell off the last of their cool-weather inventory. Purchases of clothing and footwear slipped nearly $5 billion. Lower spending on these goods and services accounted for most of the decline in consumer outlays early in 2017. And thats largely why GDP looked so poorly. Economists were largely dismissive of the headline GDP number.

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FILE PHOTO - An aerial view shows the National Security Agency (NSA) headquarters in Ft. Meade, Maryland, U.S. on January 29, 2010.       REUTERS/Larry Downing/File Photo That type of collection sometimes resulted in surveillance of emails, texts and other communications that were wholly domestic. The NSA will continue to collect communications directly involving intelligence targets. Friday's announcement came as a surprise to privacy advocates who have long argued that "about" collection was overly broad and ran afoul of the U.S. Constitution's protections against unreasonable searches. Julian Sanchez, a privacy and surveillance expert with the Cato Institute, a libertarian think tank, called the decision "very significant" and among the top priorities of surveillance reform among civil liberties groups. เสื้อครอบครัว ราคาส่ง "Usually you identify a specific individual to scrutinize their content; this was scrutinizing everyone's content to find mentions of an individual," Sanchez said. Other privacy advocates seized on the change to advocate for additional reforms to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). The part of the law under which the banned surveillance occurred, known as Section 702, is due to expire at the end of the year unless Congress reauthorizes it. Democratic Senator Ron Wyden said in a statement he would introduce legislation "banning this kind of collection in the future." A U.S. government official familiar with the matter said the change was motivated in part to ensure that Section 702 is renewed before it sunsets on Dec. 31, 2017.

At least thats what it looks like in an Instagram she posted of herself with a group of promising female business leaders visiting the White House on Thursday. Eagle-eyed viewers matched the blue floral dress with one available from her clothing line at Macys. The dress for sale at Macys has a choker style, while the one the first daughter is wearing does not, but the print of coral flowers on a dark blue background appears identical. Excited for the opportunity to meet with this years Fortune/U.S. State Department mentees today, Trump wrote of the photo. The Fortune/U.S. State Department Global Womens Mentoring Partnership is a great example of public-private partnership between the U.S. Department of State and Fortune Most Powerful Women, providing women with the skills and experience to become leaders in their businesses, communities and countries. Trump has said she has no involvement with the company that bears her name since her father took office. Her brother- and sister-in-law are trustees of the company, while she and husband Jared Kushner serve as White House employees. But she continues to represent the brand on occasion, simply by wearing the items and being photographed everywhere she goes. It hasnt happened very often in the first 100 days of Trumps presidency, but every time it has been noted.

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