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United States ready for secondary sanctions, more punishments against NK

United States ready for secondary sanctions, more punishments against NK

The US is ready to ramp up pressure against North Korea through additional penalties, secondary sanctions and a tighter implementation of United Nations resolutions, Secretary of State Rex Tillerso...

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Will Donald Trump's administration order 95% funding cut to anti-drugs office?

Will Donald Trump's administration order 95% funding cut to anti-drugs office?

The draft budget plan comes as the nation is struggling with an escalating opioid epidemic. The eliminations involve the high-intensity drug-trafficking area program, which just received - under a c...

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Browns can control 2018 draft with 5 of first 64 picks

Browns can control 2018 draft with 5 of first 64 picks

All 32 teams have done their homework, and we will find out how well those assignments have been executed. He missed most of the 2015 season with a torn ACL, and I'm assuming he checked out medicall...

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Rivers start to drop, but flood crisis isn't over yet

Rivers start to drop, but flood crisis isn't over yet

MoDOT Area Engineer Karen Yeomans told St. Louis Public Radio it will probably remain closed at least until Friday. Health officials also warned residents that raw sewage, chemicals and other risk...

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Texas police change story in brutal murder of 15yo honor roll student

The Texas cop who shot and killed an unarmed 15-year-old boy leaving a party Saturday night, then lied by claiming the boy was in a vehicle driving in an " aggressive manner " towards police, has been...

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Thousands rally on Workers' Day against USA president's immigration policies

Three days later, a meeting that began peacefully at Haymarket Square in Chicago became violent when a bomb was set off, killing police officers who were monitoring the demonstration. Thousands of peo...

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Mexican-Americans torn about Cinco de Mayo in Trump era

Mexican-Americans torn about Cinco de Mayo in Trump era

When celebrating Cinco de Mayo this year, remember that the holiday is in remembrance of the country's glorious battle win against France and not a moment to mock the culture. You don't have to look f...

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Small town views Trump visit with mostly shrugs

Small town views Trump visit with mostly shrugs

During the transition period between his election on Nov 8 and inauguration on Jan 20, he hunkered down in his Trump Tower, paralysing traffic as several streets in the heart of Manhattan had to be bl...

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No federal charges against officers in Alton Sterling death

Na'Quincy Pierson, son of Alton Sterling, smiles as he stands with Darin Fontenette, left, his football coach, outside the Triple S Food Mart, where Sterling was killed previous year, in Baton Rouge,...

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Clinton: FBI director's letter, Russian hackers cost me presidency

Sending the letter to Congress about the Clinton probe less than two weeks before the elections was "one of the world's most painful experiences", Comey told USA lawmakers, saying he was facing a ha...

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Some rivers receding, but Mississippi River remains high

In Arkansas, a Black River levee was breached Wednesday morning near Pocahontas, a town of 6,400 residents about 125 miles northeast of Little Rock. After a couple of days of calm weather, forecasters...

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Netflix to add content warning to '13 Reasons Why'

Netflix to add content warning to '13 Reasons Why'

But with popularity comes controversy, one that has only gotten fiercer as 13 Reasons Why racks up tweets, shares , and online think pieces to go with its growing audience. When the character of Ha...

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United States needs September 'shutdown' to fix Senate 'mess'

United States needs September 'shutdown' to fix Senate 'mess'

But the call was beset by technical troubles, and Mr. Mulvaney was able to offer few assurances to temper Mr. Trump's threat of a shutdown, which could leave Republican House and Senate candidates v...

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Don't Be A Victim Of This Sophisticated Google Phising Scam

Don't Be A Victim Of This Sophisticated Google Phising Scam

To avoid the possibility of a phishing attack affecting you, you can set up a security key or two step authentication to increase your Google account's security. If you click the link, it'll take ...

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Interior releases list of national monuments to be reviewed

Interior releases list of national monuments to be reviewed

Trump signed an executive order last month that reviews presidential power to designate lands as national monuments, setting into motion a process that could see Trump roll back the protection of la...

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Comey 'Mildly Nauseous' to Think Clinton Decision May Have Impacted Election

Comey 'Mildly Nauseous' to Think Clinton Decision May Have Impacted Election

Elijah Cummings, D-Md., who's been investigating former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn's contacts with Russian Federation and Turkey. "[I was] on the way to winning until a combination of...

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Comey defends Clinton choice; says he had limited options

Comey's testimony comes the day after Clinton, in comments before an global women's conference in NY, put part of the blame for her loss on his shoulders. The FBI began that counterintelligence invest...

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Washington considering new sanctions on N. Korea if needed: Tillerson

Washington considering new sanctions on N. Korea if needed: Tillerson

The letter ends with an indirect warning, ostensibly to Tillerson, that if the Trump administration does not make human rights a central pillar of his worldwide approach and if future nominees to th...

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Casey Appeals to Trump on Twitter to Halt Deportation

Casey Appeals to Trump on Twitter to Halt Deportation

His comments came after Fany Manzanares Hernandez and her little boy were sent to Honduras after spending more than a year in family detention center in the USA including one in Berks County, Pa., as ...

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Trump signs executive order to ease restrictions on religious participation in politics

Trump signs executive order to ease restrictions on religious participation in politics

Since he can not repeal the law without congressional legislation, Mr Trump is directing the IRS to "exercise maximum enforcement discretion to alleviate the burden of the Johnson Amendment ". It's n...

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