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Monthly Archives: August 2017

Trump pledges $1 million for hurricane relief, White House says

President Trump and first lady Melania Trump step off Air Force One after arriving in Corpus Christi, Tex., this week. (Charlie Blalock/EPA) President Trump is pledging to donate $1 million toward hurricane disaster relief in Texas and Louisiana, White House

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US orders Russia to close more diplomatic offices in escalating dispute

Responding to a Russian government demand to drastically slash American diplomatic staff in Russia, the Trump administration on Thursday ordered Moscow to close three of its consular offices in the United States. Russia will be required to close its consulate

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Texas city loses drinking water amid Harvey flooding, chemicals ignite at plant

CROSBY, Tex. — The remnants of Hurricane Harvey carried its wrath up the Mississippi Delta on Thursday, but not before hammering the Gulf Coast with more punishing cloudbursts and growing threats that included reports of “pops” and “chemical reactions” at a crippled

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Don’t be surprised by North Korea’s missiles. They’re doing what they said they would.

TOKYO — Armchair experts on North Korea – and a fair few who watch from their desks too – like to write off Kim Jong Un as unpredictable. Who knows what this nuclear-armed madman might do next, the refrain goes. U.S.

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Federal Judge Blocks Texas’ Ban on ‘Sanctuary Cities’

Judge Garcia appeared to block three provisions of the law, including one that stated that local government entities and officials may not “adopt, enforce or endorse” any policy limiting the enforcement of immigration laws. Lawyers for those suing the state

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Govs. John Kasich and John Hickenlooper detail plan to strengthen Obamacare, break health care stalemate

Ohio Gov. John Kasich, right, joined by Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, speaks during a news conference at the National Press Club in Washington on June 27, 2017, about Republican legislation overhauling Obamacare.(Photo: Carolyn Kaster, AP) WASHINGTON — A bipartisan pair

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Wells Fargo Boosts Fake-Account Estimate 67% to 3.5 Million

Wells Fargo Co. raised its estimate for how many bogus accounts employees may have created, a sign the bank is still struggling to move past a scandal that sparked record fines and congressional investigations. An outside review into more than

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Trump and Manafort get big reminder that pardon power does not extend to state crimes

Paul Manafort (C), then campaign adviser for Donald Trump, talks with supporters after a speech by the presidential candidate on the eve of his Indiana primary victory in New York on May 3, 2016. (EPA/Justin Lane) Politico reported Wednesday that New

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Irma Rapidly Intensifies into 100 mph Category 2 Atlantic Hurricane

Story Highlights Irma has rapidly intensified into a hurricane in the eastern Atlantic. Additional strengthening is expected as Irma moves westward the next several days. Irma may approach the Leeward Islands by the middle of next week, though it’s too

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‘Remember, we only kill black people,’ Georgia police officer told a woman — on camera

A Georgia police officer has been accused of making racist statements to a woman during a traffic stop, telling her that the police officers “only kill black people.” Dash-cam video shows the Cobb County officer, who has been identified by local news

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