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Officials: Trade War ‘Certainly’ Hurting China Economy

China's economy is more vulnerable to the fallout in the current trade stand-off with Washington and already has been hurt by the dispute, US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Monday.

Can Trump Use ‘Emergency Powers’ To Build Border Wall?

Facing stiff resistance from Congress, President Donald Trump has said he might use his emergency powers to construct hundreds of miles of wall on the southern border to prevent migrants from crossing into the United States illegally from Mexico.

Washington Careens Toward Government Shutdown With No Deal In Sight

Lawmakers were scrambling Monday to avert a partial government shutdown, with Republican and Democratic leaders locked in a stalemate over President Donald Trump's demands for border wall funding.

Washington Sets Aside Divisions For George H.W. Bush State Funeral

A divided Washington led by the nation's five living presidents put on a show of unity Wednesday at the poignant state funeral of George H.W. Bush, as America bade farewell to its 41st president.

UK’s May Under Assault Over EU Exit Deal

British Prime Minister Theresa May faced parliamentary fury on Monday as she set off on the tricky task of convincing mutinous lawmakers to back her EU divorce deal.

Trump Swoops In To Rally For Embattled Senate Republican

President Donald Trump heads Monday to Mississippi in a bid to save the Senate campaign of a Republican whose racially insensitive comments sparked a backlash.

Pelosi Urges Trump To Delay State Of Union Until Gov’t Reopens

The top Democrat in Congress on Wednesday urged President Donald Trump to postpone his upcoming annual State of the Union address, citing security shortcomings due to the ongoing partial government shutdown.

On US-Mexico Border, Trump’s Wall Stirs Mixed Feelings

Mexico is just minutes away on foot, the time it takes to walk across one of the bridges that span the Rio Grande, intimately connecting Laredo, Texas to its Mexican sister Nuevo Laredo.

Trump To Declare ‘Crisis’ In National Address On US-Mexico Border

President Donald Trump will use his first prime-time Oval Office speech on Tuesday to tell Americans that the US-Mexico border is in "crisis" and that a wall must be built, despite the government shutdown triggered by his inability to get Democratic approval for the project.

Officials: Trade War ‘Certainly’ Hurting China Economy

China's economy is more vulnerable to the fallout in the current trade stand-off with Washington and already has been hurt by the dispute, US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Monday.

Can Trump Use ‘Emergency Powers’ To Build Border Wall?

Facing stiff resistance from Congress, President Donald Trump has said he might use his emergency powers to construct hundreds of miles of wall on the southern border to prevent migrants from crossing into the United States illegally from Mexico.

US Pullout: What Impact For Syria’s Main Players?

President Donald Trump's decision last week to pull troops out of Syria could have far-reaching repercussions for the multitude of parties involved in the conflict.

Germany Agrees To Compensation For Kindertransport Refugees

The German government said Monday it has agreed to an one-off payment to survivors of the Kindertransport programme, which brought Jewish children persecuted in Nazi Germany to safety in Britain.

Washington Careens Toward Government Shutdown With No Deal In Sight

Lawmakers were scrambling Monday to avert a partial government shutdown, with Republican and Democratic leaders locked in a stalemate over President Donald Trump's demands for border wall funding.

Washington Sets Aside Divisions For George H.W. Bush State Funeral

A divided Washington led by the nation's five living presidents put on a show of unity Wednesday at the poignant state funeral of George H.W. Bush, as America bade farewell to its 41st president.

CIA Chief to Brief Small Number of Lawmakers on Khashoggi

CIA director Gina Haspel has agreed to brief a "small group" of US lawmakers about the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, the chair of the Senate foreign relations committee said Monday.
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