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Judge insists timeline be met to reunite children at border

Judge insists timeline be met to reunite children at border

A judge insisted on Friday the Trump administration stick to a deadline to reunite children separated from their parents at the border, instead acknowledging that more time may be justified ...

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US senator: sanctions against Russia not working

US senator: sanctions against Russia not working

The economic sanctions, imposed on Russia by the United States, are not working, said US Senator Ron Johnson, who visited Russia with a delegation of US congressmen on June 30 ...

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Bernie Sanders :we need to invest in good-paying jobs, not in incarcerating people

Bernie sanders :We need to invest in good-paying jobs, not in incarcerating people

Bernie sanders wrote on Instagram: From 1994: All the jails in the world will not fix our society. We need to educate our people and invest in good-paying jobs—not  in  ...

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Trump’s special representative for Ukraine: US not to recognize Crimea’s annexation

Trump’s special representative for Ukraine: US not to recognize Crimea’s annexation

The U.S. will not recognize Crimea’s annexation and the mass media rushed to conclusions spreading such information, as Kurt Volker, the U.S. Special Representative for Ukraine, said it in the interview for Ost West. ...

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NK: U.S. is making gangster-like demands on denuclearization

NK: U.S. is making gangster-like demands on denuclearization

North Korea has accused the US of using “gangster-like” tactics to push it towards nuclear disarmament after a fresh round of high-level talks. It branded the US attitude at the ...

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Trump wants to ‘Make America Great Again’ with Chinese-made flags

As the US-Chinese trade war gets into full swing, one Chinese businessman claims to have secured his own stake in the US free-market economy making American flags for President Trump’s ...

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Pompeo: North Korea sanctions remain until final denuclearization

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says sanctions will remain in place on North Korea “until final, fully verified denuclearization as agreed to by Chairman Kim (Jong Un) occurs.” Speaking ...

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Trump lawyers called Comey Machiavellian in memo to Russia probe

Donald Trump’s legal team reportedly launched a withering attack on former FBI Director James Comey in a letter to thespecial counsel probing Russian interference in the election, calling him “Machiavellian” and “dishonest”. In a memo provides ...

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People in Chicago protest gun violence rates and close major interstate near downtown

Demonstrators marched Saturday on all five northbound lanes of Chicago’s Dan Ryan Expressway, bringing the interstate to a standstill after police officials who’d planned to keep the stretch partially open ...

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Former NBA player found dead after police shootout

A former coach and family friend says onetime Sacramento Kings and UCLA basketball player Tyler Honeycutt was found dead after a standoff with Los Angeles police. Bort Escoto, who coached Honeycutt at ...

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