While it's hard to peg an increase in the president's approval rating to any specific event, some news items over the last few months may have helped boost Mr. Trump.
57 percent disapprove of Trump's foreign policy efforts; 37 percent approve. Most Republican voters, 53 percent, also disapprove of how the Federal Bureau of Investigation is handling its job -- though voters overall disagree on this point, too.
47 percent disapprove of the way he has handled taxes; 45 percent approve. (The most recent Gallup and CNN polls also show Trump at 40%, while recent polling from Fox News and Monmouth has also shown Trump's scores on the rise.) And for the first time, voters say Trump, rather than former President Barack Obama, is primarily responsible for the state of the economy, 48% for Trump vs. 41% for Obama. But ask GOP voters, and it's the polar opposite.
40 percent of American voters approve of the job Trump is doing - the highest since a poll taken June 29, 2017.
Iowa welcomes surging Ohio State team
Ohio State made eight of its final 10 shots to end the half, which included four 3s to take a 42-32 lead into the break. It also would help restore some mojo for a team whose chances to win-out look good with games left at Wisconsin, vs.
Waiting times at major A&E departments at worst ever level
Emergency Departments only managed to treat 77% of patients within four hours, significantly short of the 95% target. . This is from figures on NHS A&E waiting times , for January 2018, which were published on the NHS website today.
Over the objections of the FBI, which cited national security concerns, the Republicans released their highly controversial "bombshell" memo that was suppose to blow holes in the Robert Mueller investigation and all but exonerate President Trump. In a separate probe, 56 percent said the probe is fair and only 28 percent disagreed.
Today, according to the same aggregator, Mr. Trump's average approval rating is 42.4 percent, and his average disapproval rating is 53.8 percent - a net negative of just 11.4 percent. Yes, the Mueller investigation must be allowed to proceed unimpeded, and the scurrilous attacks against the FBI and Department of Justice must end.
The Economist/YouGov poll surveyed 1,320 registered voters between February 4 and February 6, and it has a margin of error of plus or minus 2.8 percent.
85 percent of Republicans say he is not a racist, while 84 percent of Democrats say he is.
Two police officers responding to a potential case of domestic violence have been fatally shot in Westerville, Ohio . He called them "true American heroes". "They knew how to do policing the right way, both of them", Morbitzer said.
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He pleaded guilty in 1990 to six felonies and agreed to pay $600 million in penalties to settle a massive Wall Street fraud case. Mr Milken, who is a prostate cancer survivor, and his family have given hundreds of millions of dollars away in recent decades.
Banning exports of oil or refined oil products to Venezuela was also on the table, Tillerson added. "They are supporting the Assad regime, they are providing the air cover for the regime", Tillerson said.
CBS Boston has learned detectives are also checking security video at the home to see if it captured images of the thieves. The State Police crime scene unit spent several hours at the home looking for fingerprints, shoe prints or tire tracks.
The question is whether their eventual slowdowns will be as noticeable as on older iPhone models at the crux of this whole fiasco. After almost two years, the iOS 11 .3 beta 2 has finally introduced a Battery Health feature for battery-challenged iPhone users.
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Limited stock acknowledged attractive focus from Investors and it has been trading on front line. The company reported $0.93 earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter, topping analysts' consensus estimates of $0.76 by $0.17.
Prof June Purvis of the University of Portsmouth has collected many postcards printed with anti-suffrage messages and imagery. Until it catches up, our democracy remains just one sphere in which they must still fight to truly have their voices heard.
How Apple's HomePod compares to the competition
But getting the right answers matters to consumers - and at the moment it looks like Siri doesn't even understand the questions. Time: "With the HomePod, the company will have to prove that it can compete in a game for which somebody else wrote the rules".
Venezuela: Presidential elections date set, dialogue stalls
Ruling socialists had previously said a vote would be held before the end of April, with President Nicolas Maduro running. Opposition leaders said the early date will benefit incumbent President Nicolás Maduro - who is the only candidate so far.
President Jacob Zuma 'agrees to go'
In fixed income, the yield for the benchmark government bond due in 2026 was up 3.5 basis points to 8.435 percent. At 0645 GMT, the rand traded at 12.0450 per dollar, not far off its NY close of 12.0650 on Wednesday.