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Trump blames Federal Reserve for preventing economic growth

Trump blames Federal Reserve for preventing economic growth

President Trump returned to a reliable frustration — the Federal Reserve — during remarks Saturday in Tokyo. Lamenting the body’s decision to raise interest rates, Trump said the stock market ...

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5th migrant child dies after detention by US border agents

5th migrant child dies after detention by US border agents

A 16-year-old Guatemala migrant who died Monday in U.S. custody had been held by immigration authorities for six days — twice as long as federal law generally permits — then ...

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Citizenship and immigration services chief resigns

Citizenship and immigration services chief resigns

The Director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services resigned from his post Friday at President Donald Trump’s request, according to his resignation letter. Francis Cissna will be replaced by former ...

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Saudi warplanes, most made in America, still bomb civilians in Yemen

Saudi warplanes, most made in America, still bomb civilians in Yemen

After five days of treatment in a shabby Yemeni hospital, Luai Sabri died on Tuesday. The 20-year-old had a cracked skull, a ruptured spleen and a damaged liver, according to ...

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Saudi Arabia reportedly planning to execute 3 leading Muslim scholars

Saudi Arabia reportedly planning to execute 3 leading Muslim scholars

A news report citing a relative and unnamed Saudi officials says Salman al Odah, Awad al Qarni, and Ali al Omari, are set to be killed after Ramadan. Authorities in ...

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The big reveal of the anti-Ilhan Omar billboard was a fail

The big reveal of the anti-Ilhan Omar billboard was a fail

More than 100 people showed up for a rally in Times Square Monday night to witness the reveal of a billboard condemning Rep. Ilhan Omar and calling for her removal ...

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Russian oil sales to U.S. on steroids amid Venezuela sanctions

Russian oil sales to U.S. on steroids amid Venezuela sanctions

Petroleum exports from Russia to the U.S. are growing rapidly as the supplier takes advantage of lost deliveries from sanctions-hit Venezuela and supply cuts by OPEC members. In the first ...

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Supreme Court blocks gerrymandering rulings in Michigan and Ohio

Supreme Court blocks gerrymandering rulings in Michigan and Ohio

The Supreme Court on Friday set aside two lower court rulings tossing out congressional maps in Michigan and Ohio, putting the process of redrawing district lines on hold while it ...

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If sending more of America’s sons and daughters to the Middle East is the preferred option?

If sending more of America’s sons and daughters to the Middle East is the preferred option?

The United States might ratchet up tensions with Iran by sending thousands of troops to the Middle East — a sign that the Trump administration may be preparing for a ...

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Texas lawmakers pass bill criminalizing groping

Texas lawmakers pass bill criminalizing groping

The Texas legislature this week passed a bill criminalizing groping, sending the bill to Gov. Greg Abbott’s (R) desk. The Texas Senate on Friday agreed to changes unanimously approved by ...

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