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In a nearly 40 minute speech to the United Nations General Assembly Tuesday, Trump made misleading claims about the U.S. economy before launching into a tirade against North Korea, threatening to destroy the country of more than 25-million people.
Cobb reportedly brought up the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting — between Donald Trump Jr., Jared Kushner and former campaign chairman Paul Manafort who met Russian operatives.
China has moved to limit North Korea's oil supply and will stop buying textiles from the politically isolated nation, it said on Saturday.
North Korea produces coal, some $1.2bn of which was exported to China in 2016, but China had already strictly limited its imports of North Korean coal earlier this year. North Korea's foreign minister is expected to speak at the United Nations General Assembly later on Saturday, amid an escalating war of words between Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, in an extraordinary and direct rebuke, called President Donald Trump "deranged" and said he will "pay dearly" for his threats, a possible indication of more powerful weapons tests on the horizon. Hours later, North Korea’s foreign minister reportedly said that his country may be planning to test a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean to fulfill Kim’s vow to take the "highest-level" action against the United States.
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It has seven staff attorneys, 14 Department of Justice-accredited legal specialists, political organizers, and many others who are devoted to preserving the rights of thousands of young adult immigrants who achieved legal status under Obama, only to watch it ripped away earlier this month for reasons that are certainly political.
President Trump traveled to Alabama on Friday night to help out a Republican senator threatened by an insurgent GOP challenger.
Aides warned trump not to attack North Korea’s leader personally before his fiery U.N. address. Sen. John McCain delivers a potentially fatal blow to GOP effort to repeal Obamacare
Senior aides to President Trump repeatedly warned him not to deliver a personal attack on North Korea’s leader at the United Nations this week, saying insulting the young despot in such a prominent venue could irreparably escalate tensions and shut off any chance for negotiations to defuse the nuclear crisis.
Trump’s derisive description of Kim Jong Un as “Rocket Man on a suicide mission” and his threat to “totally destroy” North Korea were not in a speech draft that several senior officials reviewed and vetted Monday, the day before Trump gave his first address to the U.N. General Assembly, two U.S. officials said.
Senator John McCain has said he cannot support his fellow Republicans' latest effort to repeal Obamacare, dealing it a potentially fatal blow.
Republicans have long deplored Obamacare, known formally as the Affordable Care Act, as government overreach into the US healthcare system.
Sen. John McCain declared his opposition Friday to the GOP’s last-ditch effort to repeal and replace “Obamacare,” dealing a likely death blow to the legislation and, perhaps, to the Republican Party’s years of vows to kill the program. “I cannot in good conscience vote for the Graham-Cassidy proposal,” McCain said in a statement, referring to the bill by Sens. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Bill Cassidy of Louisiana.
Seeking to prevent superbug outbreaks, federal health officials said they have approved the first gastrointestinal medical scope with a disposable cap for use in the U.S.. The Food and Drug Administration said that the design of the new duodenoscope by Japanese device maker Pentax should make it easier to remove dangerous bacteria that can become trapped inside these reusable instruments.
“We believe the new disposable distal cap represents a major step toward lowering the risk of future infections associated with these devices,” Dr. William Maisel, the acting director of the FDA’s Office of Device Evaluation, said in a statement Wednesday. “We encourage companies to continue to pursue innovations that will help reduce the risk to patients.”
Canada has sanctioned 40 Venezuelans, including President Nicolas Maduro, over what it calls attacks on “fundamental democratic rights.” The new regulations announced Friday include asset freezes and prohibitions against dealing with the 40 individuals “in any property … or providing financial or related services to them.”
Last month, U.S. President Donald Trump signed an executive order for sanctions that included barring American financial institutions from providing new money to the Maduro government or its state oil company.
The recent ad from rival Experian highlights a more troublesome aspect of credit agencies — their use of questionable methods to spook people into buying services they may not need and, in so doing, giving the companies permission to share data with marketers and business partners.
“One of the biggest problems with credit reporting agencies is that their real customers are the banks and landlords who pay for credit reports,” said Peter Swire, a professor of law and ethics at Georgia Tech. “Ordinary consumers are not their main market, except when the company can talk us into paying for something about our own credit history,” he said.
Anyone who wants to know why Angela Merkel has remained Germany's undisputed leader for so long need only listen to what those outside her own party say about her.
As federal chancellor she has considerable political scope, even though the chancellor technically ranks number three among the leaders of the state, after the president of the Bundestag and the head of state, the German president. The New York Times elected her the "last powerful defender of Europe" – an obligation.
Donald Trump has attacked the escalating investigations into some 3,000 adverts purchased on Facebook by Russians in the 2016 US presidential, using Twitter early Friday to say the “Russia hoax continues, now it’s ads on Facebook”. He repeated his attacks on the “biased and dishonest” media coverage that he said favored his rival Hillary Clinton.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg broke his silence on the issue in a Facebook live video on Thursday, saying that the company would provide the controversial ads to government officials to support ongoing investigations in the US and as part of its renewed efforts to protect the “integrity” of elections around the world.
Abortion opponents believe they’ve built an impenetrable firewall between taxpayer dollars and abortion coverage in the latest Obamacare overhaul plan known as Cassidy-Graham.
Of course, if the Hyde language somehow stays in Cassidy-Graham and the whole bill becomes law, insurers would face an immediate, pressing question: What to do about dozens of health plans that cover abortions? The prohibition would go into effect immediately, applying to 2018 plans that are up for sale starting in just a few weeks, on Nov. 1.
Donald Trump gave one of his signature stream of consciousness speeches in Hunstville on Friday night as he tried to get out the vote for embattled Alabama Republican senator Luther Strange.
During an address inside the Wernher Von Braun Center that lasted an hour and 20 minutes, the president called North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un “Little Rocket Man”, said NFL owners should cut players who kneel for the national anthem and returned to familiar targets like John McCain and Hillary Clinton.