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United Fresh Issues Statement On NAFTA Renegotiation

Canadian federal ministers have been travelling frequently to the U.S. in recent months to lobby America lawmakers whose states have strong trade ties with Canada on the importance of the cross-bord...

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Iran's Zarif scorns Trump after speech, arms deal

The speech focused on pushing the leaders to do their "fair share" and fulfill "their part of the burden" in the fight against extremists. Or human rights. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is yet to...

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A look at Fifth Amendment protections invoked by Flynn

A look at Fifth Amendment protections invoked by Flynn

In December 2015, Flynn sat beside Vladimir Putin at a Moscow gala for RT, a Kremlin-funded news network. Flynn also stated as part of the security clearance interview that he'd had "only insubsta...

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US protests 'unprofessional' intercept of Offutt-based plane by Chinese jets

US protests 'unprofessional' intercept of Offutt-based plane by Chinese jets

This undated photo provided by the U.S. Air Force shows the WC-135W Constant Phoenix aircraft during flight. The WC-135 crew characterised the intercept as unprofessional "due to the manoeuvres by t...

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'Dancing With The Stars' finals: Rashad, Normani, and David neck and neck

High stakes! Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles watched the final three couples perform from the audience during the Monday, May 22, episode of Dancing With the Stars . Kordei and Chmerkovskiy scor...

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Rouhani vows to continue ballistic missile program

Rouhani vows to continue ballistic missile program

On Monday, Rouhani, however, said that Iran will continue to test its missiles anytime if there is a "technical need", and it will not seek the permission of any other country to do so. "Stressing tha...

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Here's Why Democrats Are Not Storming The Gates, Demanding Impeachment

Here's Why Democrats Are Not Storming The Gates, Demanding Impeachment

Despite all the uncertainty surrounding the U.S.'s political future, some analysts say the panic in the markets has been overdone. Those new odds equate to a 55.6 percent probability that the Senate...

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Trump lashes out - abused by 'greatest witch-hunt'

Trump lashes out - abused by 'greatest witch-hunt'

In his remarks, Rosenstein said he learned of the president's desire to oust Comey on May 8. My memorandum is not a statement of reasons to justify a for-cause termination. At first, the White H...

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Texas Senate approves bill to give second chance on some crimes

Texas Senate approves bill to give second chance on some crimes

Texas was one of 16 states to consider legislation that would restrict bathroom usage for transgender people this year, after North Carolina in 2016 became the first state to enact a bathroom bill...

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Insurers seek stability as Trump delays health care decision

Insurers seek stability as Trump delays health care decision

The case is on appeal after a lower court ruled that the government lacks constitutional authority to make the payments because Congress failed to specifically approve them in the Obama-era health o...

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Trump seeks reconsideration of sanctuary cities ruling

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Monday that any move to withhold federal funding to "sanctuary cities" would be limited to federal grants controlled by the Justice and Homeland Security ...

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Chaffetz expects to talk with Comey tomorrow

Chaffetz expects to talk with Comey tomorrow

Mr Cummings's letter came the same day Mr Flynn declined to provide documents to the Senate Intelligence Committee, citing his Fifth Amendment protection from self-incrimination. "We're certainly purs...

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Bill Cosby's Sexual Assault Trial Started Today

Attorneys are expected to screen 100 jurors a day for the trial, which is expected to last approximately two weeks. "But on this case, you're going to see people that may lie to get on, and people who...

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Iowa Governor Branstad confirmed as US Ambassador to China

Iowa Governor Branstad confirmed as US Ambassador to China

Senators voted 82-13 by roll call to approve President Donald Trump's nomination of Branstad to the serve in a critical global role as America's representation in one of the world's most-powerful nati...

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Over 700000 foreigners overstayed their visas in 2016, says new DHS report

Over 700000 foreigners overstayed their visas in 2016, says new DHS report

As per available records, 1,561 Indian students and exchange visitors left the country after their visas expired, while 3,014 of them have overstayed in the country, the report said . The figure prov...

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White House clashes with ethics office

White House clashes with ethics office

Unlike Obama (who also issued waivers), Trump did not arrange it so that his waivers would automatically be made public. That pattern of behavior makes it even more vital that this Administration be t...

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Trump greeted with selfies and politics on arrival in Israel

Trump greeted with selfies and politics on arrival in Israel

The visit was preceded by some tension after a member of the Trump administration reportedly told Israeli officials that the Western Wall was located in the West Bank , rather than in Israel. ...

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Congressman Al Green calls for Trump impeachment

Congressman Al Green calls for Trump impeachment

We're talking about the Democratic Texas congressman who has called for President Trump's impeachment. Bill Clinton constitutes the second-ever impeached American president . "No one believed the...

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Texas lawmaker becomes first to call for President Trump's impeachment

Texas Congressman Al Green informed his constituents during a town hall meeting that he's received death threats for demanding the impeachment of President Donald Trump . Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C.,...

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Don't drink swimming pool water unless you want to get sick — CDC

Don't drink swimming pool water unless you want to get sick — CDC

Only a mouthful of swallowed water could make an otherwise healthy person sick for up to three weeks . The CDC says the number of cases have doubled in the past two years, but that could also be du...

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