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President Donald Trump dispensed with diplomacy at the United Nations, vowing in his maiden speech to the General Assembly that the United States "will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea" if it is forced to defend itself or its allies.

Republicans have lost control of the Whitehouse

Trump Crushed by Former Bodyguard’s Departure

21 facts about the explosive growth of poverty in America that will blow your mind

Hurricane Jose Is Spinning in the Atlantic, Could Threaten Bahamas, Florida UPDATED

Huge crane atop Miami high-rise collapses in Irma’s winds

Homeland Security Cancels Massive Roundups of Undocumented Immigrants

Senate Passes Disaster Relief Bill Despite GOP Misgivings Over Trump Deal

Richard Branson is "safe and well" after riding out Hurricane Irma on his private island in the British Virgin Islands.

Supreme Court says grandparents, relatives can enter US despite travel ban

Hurricane Irma skirts Puerto Rico leaving 1 million people without power

Cancer drug company faked cancer patients in order to sell drug

Trump to Congress: DACA is your problem now!

EXCLUSIVE: Read the Inaugeration day letter Obama left for Trump

Toxic waste sites flooded...

Risks of rebuilding...

Hurricane Irma on path to hit Houston is fake news

Grave new dangers emerge in Harvey’s wake

‘US and its allies must up activity in fight against terrorism; NATO amabassador‘

Even shelter floods!

Marines to Rescue With Tanks...

U.S. troops risk inflaming clan conflict after deadly Somalia raid. A raid involving U.S. troops in Somalia has caused a rift between the precarious U.S.-backed government and a powerful clan that says innocent farmers were massacred, months after President Donald Trump approved stepped-up operations there.

Streets turned into rivers in Houston


School chiefs in fat-cats pay and perks row. More than 100 academy school chiefs earn more than the prime minister, it has emerged, as budgets cutbacks have led to parents being asked to pay for basic teaching materials at state schools. Meanwhile, Theresa May is to approve the redeployment of the SAS to Afghanistan as part of Donald Trump’s planned military surge...

Hurricane Harvey rainfall will be ‘life threatening’, hurricane center says

School chiefs in fat-cats pay and perks row. More than 100 academy school chiefs earn more than the prime minister, it has emerged, as budgets cutbacks have led to parents being asked to pay for basic teaching materials at state schools. Meanwhile, Theresa May is to approve the redeployment of the SAS to Afghanistan as part of Donald Trump’s planned military surge...

Ross Levinsohn is named the new publisher and CEO of the L.A. Times as top editors are ousted

Opinion: Recent displays of white supremacy are not an anomaly. Displays of hate ebb and flow, but they rarely disappear

Steve Bannon readies his revenge. The war on Jared Kushner is about to go nuclear.

Storm That Flooded Puerto Rico Is Still a South Florida Threat This Week

Trump to skip Kennedy Center Honors amid boycott threats. Center is ‘grateful ’

Steve Bannon vows to go to war for Trump agenda

What does Barack Obama Really Think of Donald Trump; ‘He’s Nothing But a Bullsh–ter’

Breitbart editor: Conservatives will stick with Trump because of pence

1 in 10 New York City school students is homeless

‘Fundamentally failed’: U.S. vows major overhaul as NAFTA talks formally begin

Trump Lashes Out at ‘Alt-Left,’ Confederate Statues’ Removal
He’s not getting the message. The controversy over last weekend’s deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, isn’t abating, especially after President Donald Trump on Tuesday defended his initial remarks blaming “many sides” of the conflict. In a combative press conference, Trump claimed the “alt-left” played an equal role in stoking the violence and criticized the removal of Confederate statues, asking if George Washington was next. Nevertheless, many cities and states are accelerating efforts to do away with monuments glorifying the Old South and its legacy of racism. -- Sources: Washington Post,CNNAP

It was’t an unusual flare-up, Charlottesville really is America

.Car Plows Into Crowd During Violent Rally In Charlottesville, 1 Dead One person has died and 19 others have been injured after a car plowed into a crowd of people during a white supremacist rally Charlottesville, Virginia, where attendees clashed with anti-fascists and a state of emergency was declared.

Trump: ‘I’m not going to rule out a military option in Venezuela’

Why a threat to impeach the U.S. president might ultimately play as a Trump card. With midterm elections on the horizon, Trump has keen interest in holding on to Republican-controlled Congress

The Trump administration is ignoring Donald Trump. Recent presidential statements have been simply ignored, tuned out as meaningless noise by the federal apparatus Trump technically runs

Tillerson: US to respond to Russia’s ouster of diplomats

How Robert Mueller is closing in on Trump

US notifies UN of Paris climate deal pullout

The Miami area endured an absurd flooding event Tuesday afternoon

Gov. Larry Hogan sued by ACLU for deleting comments, blocking Facebook users

Monsoonal Moisture Brings Rain, Lightning and Thunderstorms to Southern California

Trump forced to declare national emergency over opioid crisis

White House officials tricked by email prankster

Buchanan: With DC war talk Trump might need those transgender troops

U.S. slaps sanctions on Venezuelan president Maduro


Trump Removes Anthony Scaramucci From Communications Director Role

Thousands evacuate North Carolina’s Outer Banks after power outage caused by construction

Trump again threatens to end health payments unless Obamacare is replaced

Trump tells police not to worry about injuring suspects during arrests

Senate Fails to Pass Health Care Bill

A vote to advance Senate Republican leadership’s plan to repeal and replace Obamacare failed late Tuesday -- the latest setback in their party’s effort to dismantle the 2010 health care law.

Trump ‘disappointed’ in Sessions, won’t say if he wants him out

Battle intensifies to contain Montana wildfire, largest in U.S.. The Lodgepole Complex fire was 20 percent contained after laying waste to 250,000 acres (101,171 hectares) of timber, brush and range land near the Missouri River, according to the National Interagency Coordination Center, which provides logistical support for wild land firefighting.

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Trump again threatens to end health payments unless Obamacare is replaced

Senate Fails to Pass Health Care Bill

A vote to advance Senate Republican leadership’s plan to repeal and replace Obamacare failed late Tuesday -- the latest setback in their party’s effort to dismantle the 2010 health care law.

Trump ‘disappointed’ in Sessions, won’t say if he wants him out

Economy needs workers but drug tests take toll

Trump Russia: US Congress reach deal on fresh sanctions


Severance packages for fired BC Liberals cost taxpayers millions. Vancouver Sun: Premier John Horgan’s government paid $11 million in severance packages to fire 133 Liberal appointees. CHAD HIPOLITO / THE CANADIAN …

CNN investigation finds Jared Kushner’s White House connection is still being used to lure Chinese investors.

Sean Spicer resigns as White House press secretary after objecting to Scaramucci hire.

Stories that fuel conversations - Friday, July 21 - Notable stories from the week not birthed out of Trump’s wild Oval Office chat

Sean Spicer resigns as White House press secretary after objecting to Scaramucci hire

8th Person in Trump Team Linked to Money Laundering Investation

The Right Way to Reform Health Care

McCain’s Surgery May Be More Serious Than Was Thought To Be, Experts Say

Even when bike shares are in diverse places, their users are often white.

Mark Zuckerberg: Government social services should ‘give people the dignity and confidence to be entrepreneurial’

5 things to watch as U.S. reveals its NAFTA objectives. Trade representative required to publish rationale for Congress 30 days before formal talks.

Link corrected: Trump: I get along ‘very well’ with Putin


 

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