John Hickenlooper talks to Rolling Stone about marijuana, the 2020 presidential race and the future of The Denver Post – The Denver Post

WASHINGTON — Gov. John Hickenlooper spoke to Rolling Stone for a piece the magazine posted Monday as part of a four-day, cross-country tour and the two-term Democrat used the conversation to defend Colorado’s decision to legalize marijuana while addressing other issues such as immigration and the fate of The Denver …

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Deutsche Bank sacks British boss after losses

Deutsche Bank has sacked its British chief executive John Cryan after three years of financial losses. Mr Cryan will leave Germany’s biggest lender at the end of April. He took the job in July 2015, following the departures of co-CEOs Anshu Jain and Juergen Fitschen. Before that, he was president …

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Israel accused of deadly Syria airfield bombing

Israel has been blamed for an airstrike on a military airbase in Syria which has reportedly killed more than a dozen people. The T-4 airfield near the central city of Homs was hit with missiles in a pre-dawn raid. The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said most of the …

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‘Don’t mess with our elections’

The hackers behind a “cyber attack” which hit Iranian data centres have left a message with an American flag and the warning: “Don’t mess with our elections.” Iran’s IT minister, Mohammad Javad Azari-Jahromi, said on Friday: “Several Iranian data centres came under cyber attacks tonight. Some of the smaller routers …

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Russian stocks hit hard by US sanctions

Russian stocks slumped on Monday as new US sanctions targeting President Vladimir Putin’s allies rattled investors. The dollar-denominated RTS index fell more than 11% in Moscow and the Rouble dropped to its lowest level since last November, trading at 59.82 against the dollar. “Investors are punishing the Russian stocks on …

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