• President Trump Looks To Withdraw From Trade Deal With South Korea

    President Trump Looks To Withdraw From Trade Deal With South Korea

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    Trump said at the time. "It is very much on my mind", President Trump said, answering to reporters when they asked President Trump whether or not questions of if he will discuss the matter starting this week. The United States, Canada and Mexico formally launched talks last month on renegotiating NAFTA, and are holding a second round this week in Mexico City.
  • Merkel challenger attacks her on migrants in TV debate

    Merkel challenger attacks her on migrants in TV debate

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    German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she wants to end European Union membership talks with Turkey, amid rising tensions between the two North Atlantic Treaty Organisation countries. Schulz said at the TV duel that if he becomes German Chancellor, he will stop accession talks with Turkey. But she cautioned against pulling the plug on Turkey's accession talks right now, adding such a step should be considered cautiously.
  • 'Artificial earthquake' strikes North Korea near known nuclear test site

    'Artificial earthquake' strikes North Korea near known nuclear test site

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    But a North Korea launched HEMP attack is far more of an issue for North Korea's neighbors, like Japan, or even Hawaii, than it is for the continental United States. cities. Russia's foreign ministry said North Korea's action "deserves the strongest condemnation". South Korea will hold a National Security Council meeting Sunday to discuss the incident, according to South Korea's Presidential office.
  • U.S. orders Russian Federation to close diplomatic offices

    U.S. orders Russian Federation to close diplomatic offices

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    President Trump had not promised to retaliate for the expulsion of USA diplomatic staff from the country, but instead thanked Russian President Vladimir Putin after the order came down from Moscow. The official declined to say which members of the USA mission in Russia were removed, but former diplomats have said they expected Russian local hires to be most affected by the cuts.
  • Nuclear-armed N. Korea a reality to be dealt with

    Nuclear-armed N. Korea a reality to be dealt with

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    April: North Korea conducts tests of its Hwasong-12 ballistic missile. A frustrated Trump took to Twitter to condemn Pyongyang , saying "the USA has been talking to North Korea, and paying them extortion money, for 25 years". Trump's plan to withdraw from South Korea trade deal could stoke tensions between the United States and South Korea at a time when the two countries are coordinating efforts to confront North Korea over its missile program.
  • N. Korea has developed H-bomb missile warhead: state media

    N. Korea has developed H-bomb missile warhead: state media

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    It says it detected a seismic wave from 12:34 p.m.to 12:36 p.m. around Punggyeri, North Korea. Past North Korean nuclear tests have resulted in earthquakes. It is nearly impossible to independently confirm North Korean statements about its highly secret weapons program. It is seeking to develop a nuclear weapon small enough to be mounted on an ICBM.
  • ISIS Leader, Baghdadi, probably still alive

    ISIS Leader, Baghdadi, probably still alive

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    Gen. Stephen Townsend, the United States commander of forces fighting IS in Iraq and Syria. "I don't think he's dead", Lieutenant General Stephen Townsend said. But added he could be hiding in the Middle Euphrates River Valley, stretching from the city of Deir el-Zour in eastern Syria to the town of Rawa in western Iraq.
  • Castaic Fire burns 25 acres, shuts down lanes of 5 freeway

    Castaic Fire burns 25 acres, shuts down lanes of 5 freeway

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    Within eight hours, it had spread to encompass 2,000 acres in the La Tuna Canyon Park area of the Verdugo Mountains, fanned by strong erratic winds pushing it in four different directions, the LAFD said in a statement. Firefighters are battling triple-digit heat and unpredictable winds for the second consecutive day. So far no injuries have been reported, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department .
  • Mueller Has Copy Of Original Letter Trump Drafted To Justify Comey Firing

    Mueller Has Copy Of Original Letter Trump Drafted To Justify Comey Firing

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    Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events But, you might wonder, isn't it already pretty clear why Trump fired Comey? The draft of the letter most likely doesn't say that Comey is being fired over the Russian Federation investigation, but the problematic elements of the letter directly go to Trump's motivation for wanting Comey gone.
  • USA may resume some visa work at Russian Federation outposts

    USA may resume some visa work at Russian Federation outposts

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    Air Force F-35 jets arrive at Hill Air Force Base in Utah, on September 2, 2015. The official added South Korea will faithfully implement the UNSC resolutions on the North and continue its efforts for complete denuclearization of the North and permanent peace on the Korean Peninsula.
  • Michigan Beats Florida 33-17 Despite Wilton Speight's Struggles at QB

    Michigan Beats Florida 33-17 Despite Wilton Speight's Struggles at QB

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    The entire game was a roller coaster that struck with questions at every turn. Check back here before game time for pre-game updates, news and notes, warm ups, more live from Dallas. But three straight MI drives in the second quarter went like this: pick-six, pick-six, blocked punt. Speight threw to Kekoa Crawford across the middle, but his throw was too high and Crawford tipped the ball into the air.
  • White House says Trump's DACA announcement coming Tuesday

    White House says Trump's DACA announcement coming Tuesday

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    Asked what he would say to young immigrants who are awaiting his move, scared about their fate, he replied: "I think the dreamers are terrific". The White House has offered several different timelines for the announcement. Those with DACA permits have to renew them every two years and almost 800,000 immigrants have benefited from the program. Trump "loves people" and wants to make sure the decision is made correctly.
  • United States shuts down Russia's Consulate in San Francisco

    United States shuts down Russia's Consulate in San Francisco

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    Russia has promised a "tough response" to a U.S. order to shut the Russian Consulate in San Francisco and offices in Washington and NY, in the latest round of a diplomatic tit-for-tat. diplomatic presence in Russia . While the US has ordered the closure of diplomatic facilities, the State Department is not seeking to expel any Russian diplomats at this time, according to the official.
  • Slowdown in GDP matter of concern: Arun Jaitley

    Slowdown in GDP matter of concern: Arun Jaitley

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    In the first quarter of the year 2017-18, the rate of gross domestic product (GDP) has dropped significantly. India now lags behind China in global growth rankings by a fair margin. The Finance Ministry rebutted the criticism saying the note ban had several positive impacts including a jump in enforcement actions and admission of undisclosed income.
  • Majority describe Trump as a 'bully' who 'says what he thinks'

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    In the Democracy Fund post-election survey, 63 percent of the president's strongest bloc of supporters expressed hostility to Wall Street. "Contemptible", "crazy", and "we all knew he was a nut" are the words a Pittsburg, Pennsylvania focus group used to describe President Donald Trump - including a few of his voters.