Together again? Trump, Pelosi, Schumer tackle infrastructure

WASHINGTON (AP) – The last time President Donald Trump sat down with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, the president walked out in a huff and dismissed their government shutdown talks as a “total waste of … Read More

Blood-sucking ‘kissing bug’ found in Delaware

The insect can cause Chagas disease in humans, which can be fatal. A man undergoes a medical examination to prevent Chagas disease in the Argentine province of Corrientes in this picture taken September 16, 2008. . (photo credit: GERMAN POMAR … Read More

Proposed CA Law Would Force Public Universities to Provide ‘Free’ Chemical Abortions to Students

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Abortion Pills The California Senate Health Committee recently voted 7-2 to force all taxpayer-funded universities in the Golden State to appropriate the funding needed to provide “free” chemical abortions to students on campus by 2023. The legislation, SB 24, was introduced … Read More

Venezuela uprising turns violent after military armored vehicle plows into crowd of opposition supporters

Emboldened supporters of opposition leader Juan Guaido brutally clashed with Venezuelan security forces as dramatic footage from Caracas showed a military armored vehicle plowing into the crowd. In a video broadcast live on telecasts across the world, the armored vehicle can be seen driving over … Read More

Germany Halts Granting Asylum to Syrians En Masse – Reports

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AP Photo/ Raad Adayleh Decisions concerning asylum applications have allegedly been postponed for several weeks as German authorities are set to reassess the security situation in Syria, according to media reports. Last year, Germany’s interior minister decided to extend a … Read More

It doesn’t matter who Trump runs with: he’ll still win in 2020

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Donald Trump claps as he leaves after speaking during a Make America Great Again rally in Green Bay At this point, we can relegate the admonitions and advisories to the small print reserved for the disclaimers about possible side effects … Read More

Schumer says Trump agreed to $2T infrastructure package at White House meeting

Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer said Tuesday that President Trump agreed to support a $2 trillion infrastructure spending package after meeting with him and other Democrats at the White House, though the details are not yet clear. The president – a real estate developer … Read More

Kremlin: Russia is ready to negotiate nuclear disarmament

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Russian Presidential Aide responsible for international affairs, Yuri Ushakov, commented on the United States President Donald Trump’s statements, who urged Moscow and Beijing to abandon nuclear weapons, and noted that, the U.S. themselves would like to reach such agreement. “First … Read More

Germany goes it alone without respect for its partners

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The international community was dismayed when German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier earlier this year sent a congratulatory letter to the government of Iran on the 40th anniversary of the Iranian Revolution, an event that spread terror around the globe. This is … Read More

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