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Social media information is required for most US visa applicants

Social media information is required for most US visa applicants

The Trump administration will implement a new policy Friday asking most applicants for U.S. visas to provide information on their use of social media, a U.S. Department of State official ...

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Nadler: You can’t impeach president if voters won’t support it

Nadler: You can’t impeach president if voters won’t support it

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) said Friday there is justification to begin impeachment proceedings against President Trump but added that public support must be behind the move before hearings begin. “Impeachment is a ...

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The US is no longer the world’s most competitive economy

The US is no longer the world’s most competitive economy

The United States no longer has the most competitive economy Opens a New Window. in the world, according to annual rankings compiled by the Switzerland-based business school IMD. For the first time in ...

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Republican official who called Michelle Obama an ‘ape In heels,’ sentenced to prison for FEMA fraud

Republican official who called Michelle Obama an ‘ape In heels,’ sentenced to prison for FEMA fraud

A former West Virginia official who lost her job in 2016 after she referred to then-first lady Michelle Obama as an “ape in heels” has been sentenced to 10 months in ...

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Trump’s ‘nasty’ slam at Meghan Markle proves her point

Trump’s ‘nasty’ slam at Meghan Markle proves her point

In 2016, Meghan Markle told late night TV host Larry Wilmore that then-candidate Donald Trump was “misogynistic…and SO vocal about it.” In an interview with the British tabloid The Sun, ...

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The number of children getting health coverage fell by more than 800,000 last year

The number of children getting health coverage fell by more than 800,000 last year

The number of children getting health coverage through two large government programs fell by more than 800,000 last year, according to a new report from Georgetown University. The enrollment decline could ...

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Maryland Gov. Hogan won’t challenge Trump for Republican nomination

Maryland Gov. Hogan won’t challenge Trump for Republican nomination

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan will not challenge Donald Trump in a 2020 GOP primary, leaving the president’s Republican critics with few options to prevent his re-nomination. Hogan’s decision, first reported ...

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Jeremy Corbyn: Trump supporting of Johnson is interference in Britain’s affairs

Jeremy Corbyn: Trump supporting of Johnson is interference in Britain’s affairs

UK Labour opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Saturday U.S. President Donald Trump’s comments endorsing Conservative front-runner Boris Johnson as the next prime minister were an “unacceptable interference” in Britain’s ...

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Trump: Britain should walk away if EU does not give what it wants in Brexit

Trump: Britain should walk away if EU does not give what it wants in Brexit

U.S. President Donald Trump said Britain should refuse to pay its 39 billion pound EU divorce bill and “walk away” from Brexit talks if Brussels does not give the UK ...

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More than 10,000 police officers are ready to protect Trump during his UK visit

More than 10,000 police officers are ready to protect Trump during his UK visit

Over 10,000 police officers will reportedly be on hand during President Trump’s state visit to the United Kingdom next week as thousands of protesters are expected to demonstrate against his three-day stay. The ...

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