• Trump Administration Unveils Sanctions To Curb North Korea's Weapons Program
Trump Administration Unveils Sanctions To Curb North Korea's Weapons Program

The sanctions are part of a broader USA effort to disrupt the flow of cash financing North Korean weapon's programs and target companies that have dealt in natural resources such as coal and minerals or engaged in financial transactions for North Korean interests.

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  • Donald Trump Dividing Americans, Posing Greater Threat To Country
Donald Trump Dividing Americans, Posing Greater Threat To Country

Incredibly, only 3 percent think Trump's behavior has acted to "discourage" white supremacy groups. When it comes to Trump voters, though, 45 percent said Jefferson Davis, with 35 percent saying they weren't sure and a mere 20 percent saying Barack Obama.

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  • DOJ and DreamHost Headed to Court Over Data from Anti-Trump Website
DOJ and DreamHost Headed to Court Over Data from Anti-Trump Website

In a Tuesday filing, the DoJ clarified that it didn't realize DreamHost collected so much visitor data and that it is exclusively focused on finding those who planned and took part in a January 20 "premeditated riot" to protest Donald Trump's inauguration.

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  • Sea search suspended for sailors from USS McCain
Sea search suspended for sailors from USS McCain

A pre-dawn collision between a guided-missile destroyer and a merchant vessel east of Singapore and Malaysia on Monday was the fourth major incident in the US Pacific Fleet this year. "Additionally, the Malaysian Navy has reported that they have found potential remains", Scott stated, adding that Malaysia is yet to provide further details.

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  • Here's how a Chinese accountant send nuclear weapon components to North Korea
Here's how a Chinese accountant send nuclear weapon components to North Korea

An FBI investigation into the company found that Dandong Chengtai is one of the largest importers of North Korean coal in China. And Kim usually put to use 95 percent of foreign currency earned from the coal trade into various military and weapons program.

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  • Disgruntled Employee Shoots 1, Holding Hostages in Downtown Charleston
Disgruntled Employee Shoots 1, Holding Hostages in Downtown Charleston

Police say the shooting happened at Virginia's on King Street during lunchtime. Police placed streets around the restaurant on lockdown and evacuated a nearby CVS . Police say around 12:17 p.m., the suspect shot an employee, and that victim was taken to the hospital. Charleston Police sent SWAT teams and a bomb disposal unit to the area.

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  • 'Lying to Congress': Trump lashes out at former spymaster over CNN comments
'Lying to Congress': Trump lashes out at former spymaster over CNN comments

I think Trump, you know, because he doesn't have obligations, he doesn't owe anything to anybody, if he's - I think if he cares about history and he understands that history is his principal audience, that he could be an extraordinary president.

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  • Rock Concert In The Netherlands Cancelled Last Night Due To Terror Threat
Rock Concert In The Netherlands Cancelled Last Night Due To Terror Threat

In a statement, officials said that a search of the man's home "uncovered no link with the terror threat ... at the Maassilo ". But Rotterdam mayor Ahmed Aboutaleb told reporters that the information from Spain had led directly to the suspect's arrest.

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  • Ronaldo beats Messi, Buffon to win UEFA Best Player in Europe award
Ronaldo beats Messi, Buffon to win UEFA Best Player in Europe award

Three Real Madrid stars and one Juventus star won the awards for the best players of last season's UEFA Champions League . Barcelona's Messi scored 54 goals for his club, but they had only the Spanish Super Cup and the Copa del Rey to show for their efforts.

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  • McSally asking for preservation of national monuments in Arizona
McSally asking for preservation of national monuments in Arizona

How much are you giving away to the coal, oil, and gas industries, @SecretaryZinke ? Several are about the size of the state of DE, including Mojave Trails in California, Grand-Staircase Escalante in Utah and Bears Ears , which is on sacred tribal land.

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  • Netanyahu denounces Iran 'threat' in Putin talks
Netanyahu denounces Iran 'threat' in Putin talks

Netanyahu also said that " Iran is already well on its way to controlling Iraq, Yemen and to a large extent is already in practice in control of Lebanon ". "Iran makes huge efforts to cement its presence in Syria". " It is not an exaggeration to think that within a certain period of time, the Islamic State will lose its territorial footholds in S...

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  • (NASDAQ:TIF) To Report Earnings
(NASDAQ:TIF) To Report Earnings

In taking a look at technical levels, shares are trading -1.23% away from the 50 day simple moving average and 3.95% away from the 200 day simple moving average. WARNING: This piece of content was originally reported by StockNewsTimes and is the sole property of of StockNewsTimes. The ex-dividend date of this dividend is Tuesday, September 19th.

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  • Video of Denver cheerleaders being forced into splits launches police investigation
Video of Denver cheerleaders being forced into splits launches police investigation

Disturbing footage has emerged of a USA high school cheerleading coach forcing a 13-year-old student to perform the splits despite repeated pleas from the girl for him to stop. "This is how Ally injured her leg", the email reads. "I don't know how you could justify that". Disturbing videos have come to light that show cheerleaders forced into spl...

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  • Ryan: We Will Fund Border Wall
Ryan: We Will Fund Border Wall

In theory, Trump could veto a spending bill if it doesn't appropriate the funds for the structure. Ryan went on to note that the House has already passed $1.6 billion in border wall funding. Lawmakers will only have 12 legislative days to do both those things. Ryan said that would be the wrong move. And Trump has given few indications that he's...

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  • Tensions Between US, North Korea Slowly Easing
Tensions Between US, North Korea Slowly Easing

Now that they've done so, even President Trump says "something positive" might come about, though he added "probably not ". "He instructed the institute to produce more solid-fuel rocket engines and rocket warhead tips by further expanding engine production process and the production capacity of rocket warhead tips and engine jets by carbon/carb...

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  • Standoff with Congress likely over Donald Trump's shutdown threat
Standoff with Congress likely over Donald Trump's shutdown threat

Lawmakers will have no shortage of work upon their return from August recess, as deadlines to keep the government funded and raise the debt ceiling are quickly approaching. Trump "will purposefully hurt American communities to force American taxpayers to fund an immoral, ineffective and expensive border wall", she wrote in a statement .

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  • President Macron says EU rule on temporary workers 'betray European spirit'
President Macron says EU rule on temporary workers 'betray European spirit'

This allowing employers to hire them for less than in Western countries where welfare costs are higher. As reported by the Reuters news agency, Macron's visit to Greece will come after a three-day tour of central and eastern Europe this week as well as a meeting with the leaders of Germany, Italy and Spain next week.

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  • Ukraine: Two people injured in explosion near government's headquarters in Kiev
Ukraine: Two people injured in explosion near government's headquarters in Kiev

In an address during the parade, Poroshenko praised the Ukrainian army, saying it is now "in better shape than ever", while pledging to do his utmost to resolve conflicts through diplomatic means. On August 24, 1991, Ukraine formally achieved independence from the USSR. The East European country held its first Independence Day parade in 1994, and m...

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  • Switzerland landslide: Eight missing in Val Bondasca region
Switzerland landslide: Eight missing in Val Bondasca region

This story is developing. Six of them were reported missing by relatives. Villages on the Italian border were struck by a landslide that destroyed several buildings on Wednesday. The landslide happened on the Piz Cengalo, producing a wave of rubble and mud that travelled down the Bondasca valley. The landslide's force registered a magni...

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  • Brexodus quickens: Migration to the United Kingdom hits lowest level for three years
Brexodus quickens: Migration to the United Kingdom hits lowest level for three years

More than half the change was due to a decline of 51,000 in net migration from the EU. Long-term immigration to study fell for all nationalities and most worldwide students were non-EU citizens. It said it was "encouraged" by the figures, but "not complacent". The figures were the first to be released since the British general election in June.

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