• Trump warns it's 'possible' the USA will drop out of Nafta
Trump warns it's 'possible' the USA will drop out of Nafta

His primary goal was to protect USA workers, Trump said, noting Trudeau would also seek to protect Canadians. "And I certainly mentioned that this was a block to us purchasing any - making any military procurements from Boeing". The original free trade agreement signed between the United States and Canada in 1988 did not include Mexico. With a ...

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  • National Football League could require standing for anthem
National Football League could require standing for anthem

Vice President Mike Pence walked out of a Indianapolis Colts-San Francisco 49ers game on Sunday after several 49ers took a knee during the anthem. The NFL said on Wednesday that there is "no change" in policy regarding the national anthem - one day after the league's commissioner said "everyone" should stand during the ceremony .

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  • ' We're on the Right Path': Trump Responds to Senator Corker's WWIII Accusations
' We're on the Right Path': Trump Responds to Senator Corker's WWIII Accusations

Looking at the voting histories of Bannon's targets, some things stand out for sitting Republican senators to consider: It doesn't seem to matter much how conservative you were before Trump came to office if you are not fully pro-Trump today.

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  • Trump finds new ways to condemn reporting he doesn't like
Trump finds new ways to condemn reporting he doesn't like

He continued, "With all of the Fake News coming out of NBC and the Networks , at what point is it appropriate to challenge their License?" "Trump is continually tweeting , and I know what he's doing and I understand why he's doing it, and his motives are pure".

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  • United Nations bans 4 ships from all ports for North Korea ties
United Nations bans 4 ships from all ports for North Korea ties

It also described Petrel 8 as flying under the flag of Comoros, while Jie Shun is under Cambodia and Hao Fan 6 under Saint Christopher and Nevis. In September, textile products were also banned, work permits for North Korean citizens overseas and, in part, imports of petroleum products.

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  • North Korea hackers steal South Korea war plans
North Korea hackers steal South Korea war plans

This positive process is worth a try", said an editorial in the state mouthpiece Global Times, following yesterday's military exercises."War would be a nightmare for the Korean Peninsula and surrounding regions. Some military experts believe that power supply problems make it hard for North Korea to turn on its air defense radars for 24 hours a d...

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  • Trump Won't Get Royal Welcome During UK Visit
Trump Won't Get Royal Welcome During UK Visit

The US President was originally invited on a full-blown state visit, which would include staying with the Queen in Buckingham Palace. The invitation was contested by some lawmakers, and House of Commons Speaker John Bercow declared he wouldn't get the opportunity to address parliament.

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  • Impeach Trump? House Dem offers resolution and withdraws it
Impeach Trump? House Dem offers resolution and withdraws it

Green rattled off a list of what he believes are impeachment-worth offenses: demeaning women with "stealthy sexism", disrespecting Puerto Ricans' needs in the wake of Hurricane Maria, blaming "both sides" for the fatal White Supremacist rally in Charlottesville, singling out Muslim Americans with a travel ban, attacking transgender members of the m...

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  • Virginia Magistrate Seeks Arrest of Man Beaten During White Supremacist Rally
Virginia Magistrate Seeks Arrest of Man Beaten During White Supremacist Rally

A black man who was caught on video being beaten by Charlottesville protesters in August is now facing felony charges. A local magistrate issued an arrest warrant on Monday for DeAndre Harris , 20, who is being charged with one count of malicious wounding , according to local reports.

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  • United Nations starts cholera vaccinations in Bangladesh among Rohingya
United Nations starts cholera vaccinations in Bangladesh among Rohingya

Almost 520,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled Myanmar for Bangladesh since August 25, the day since crisis erupted after Rohingya militants raided Myanmar police posts, leading to a brutal military backlash. The influx has also put Bangladesh under vast strain, with the South Asian country already hosting at least 300,000 Rohingya refugees in squalid c...

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  • Behavior Of Las Vegas Shooter Stephen Paddock Detailed In 2013 Testimony
Behavior Of Las Vegas Shooter Stephen Paddock Detailed In 2013 Testimony

Paddock sprayed an outdoor concert with bursts of gunfire from high above in a Las Vegas hotel window on October 1, killing 58 and wounding hundreds more, before shooting himself. Unlike many other mass killers who have unleashed bloodshed in America's churches, colleges, nightclubs, workplaces, college towns, or public spaces, Paddock left n...

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  • Court orders gov't, Tepco to pay 500 mil. yen over Fukushima crisis
Court orders gov't, Tepco to pay 500 mil. yen over Fukushima crisis

Nuclear Regulation Authority spokesman Kazuhiro Okuma told reporters that the authority plans to discuss whether to appeal the ruling with other government agencies. The assessment, made by the government's natural disaster research promotion unit, predicted a 20 percent chance of a magnitude-8 level tsunami-triggering quake occurring along the Jap...

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  • Trump to Tillerson: Let's have an IQ contest
Trump to Tillerson: Let's have an IQ contest

Kelly skipped a planned trip with the president to Las Vegas, ostensibly to huddle with other top administration officials on how to control the Tillerson fallout. A State Department spokeswoman later said Tillerson doesn't use that kind of language. "I don't think the 25th Amendment was designed for this situation", she said.

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  • Accountability court grants bail to Sharif's daughter
Accountability court grants bail to Sharif's daughter

The judge however rejected the plea and granted bail to the couple against a surety bond of Rs 5 million ($47,000) each. Asked whether her brothers would return to Pakistan to face the NAB references against them, she said, "Hassan and Hussain would themselves tell you about their decision".

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  • Boris Johnson sends Whatsapp message telling 'friends' to stop attacking Theresa May
Boris Johnson sends Whatsapp message telling 'friends' to stop attacking Theresa May

The Prime Minister raised the prospect of a major revamp of her top team over the weekend, as she tries to reassert her authority after the Tory conference horrorshow. 'Whoever they are they do not speak for me'. "She should create the opportunity for the party to choose not just a different singer, but a different song".

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  • Brush Fire in Anaheim Hills Threatens 1000 Homes
Brush Fire in Anaheim Hills Threatens 1000 Homes

Units from the Long Beach Fire Department have been assembled and are on their way to Anaheim where a brush fire erupted this morning, forcing mandatory evacuations . Governor Jerry Brown has declared a state of emergency for the northern and southern California counties impacted by the fires. The fire front east of Los Angeles is presen...

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  • Duterte's public support falls amid killings in drug war
Duterte's public support falls amid killings in drug war

Meanwhile, the same survey also found 73 percent of Filipinos with "much trust" and 12 percent with little trust in the president, while 15 percent said they are undecided, a change from the 82 percent "much trust", 7 percent "little trust", and 11 percent undecided in June.

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  • Bombardier takes second hit from US
Bombardier takes second hit from US

The 80 per cent duty comes on top of duties of almost 220 per cent Commerce announced last month. Clark also pointed out that Boeing did not manufacture a competing aircraft in the CSeries category, and establishing any detriment to Boeing was seemingly "impossible".

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  • I want border-wall funding, green-card reform for DACA
I want border-wall funding, green-card reform for DACA

Before the election and after winning the USA presidential vote Trump made a number of statements pledging to take a more hardline position as for undocumented migration to the United States and to proceed with the construction of a wall on the border with Mexico among other issues.

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  • Hamas leaders from W. Bank to join Egypt talks
Hamas leaders from W. Bank to join Egypt talks

The attack comes as a reconciliation deal between the Fatah party of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and the terrorist group Hamas which controls the Gaza Strip has progressed. Majid al-Fitiani, Secretary General of Fatah Revolutionary Council told Xinhua that all the files and issues that will be discussed in the dialogue had been al...

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