Tag Archives: U.S.

Trump working on executive order for U.S. to abandon NAFTA

President Trump is preparing an executive order that would withdraw the U.S. from the North American Free Trade Agreement, according to reports. The edict, which is still being reviewed, would terminate the Clinton-era trade pact between the U.S., Canada and Mexico, Politico first reported Wednesday. The threat of withdrawal could be a ploy to spark renegotiations between the triumvirate, officials ...

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U.S. installs anti-missile defense system in South Korea

The United States on Wednesday relocated to set up a polarizing anti-missile defense system in South Korea– as the combative North flexed its military might in live-fire weapons drills. Without previous caution, the American military hauled in parts for the Terminal High Altitude Location Defense (THAAD)– an anti-ballistic system focused on shooting down missiles from North Korea– to a deployment ...

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Pol demands U.S. deport Nazi death camp guard living in Queens

There’s no room in Queens for a Nazi war criminal. Former Treblinka death camp guard Jakiw Palij, the last of his ilk still living in the U.S., must be deported as soon as possible, Rep. Joseph Crowley wrote in a Tuesday letter to federal officials. Palij, 92, who lives in Jackson Heights, dodged deportation 13 years ago when Germany, Poland ...

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Pol demands U.S. deport Nazi death camp guard living in Queens

There’s no room in Queens for a Nazi war criminal. Former Treblinka death camp guard Jakiw Palij, the last of his ilk still living in the United States, must be deported as quickly as possible, Rep. Joseph Crowley composed in a Tuesday letter to federal officials. Palij, 92, who lives in Jackson Heights, dodged deportation 13 years back when Germany, ...

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Pol demands U.S. deport Nazi death camp guard living in Queens

There’s no space in Queens for a Nazi war criminal. Previous Treblinka death camp guard Jakiw Palij, the last of his ilk still residing in the United States, need to be deported as soon as possible, Rep. Joseph Crowley wrote in a Tuesday letter to federal officials. Palij, 92, who resides in Jackson Heights, dodged deportation 13 years back when ...

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9 former U.S. ambassadors urge Congress not to cut UN funding

UNITED NATIONS — Nine former U.S. ambassadors to the United Nations are urging Congress to maintain America’s leadership at the world body by fully funding its operations. Their letter to congressional leaders released Tuesday was a response to the Trump administration’s proposal to cut funding for the U.N. and other international organizations as part of its plan to reduce the ...

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City schools dominate U.S. News & World Report annual ranking

New York City can claim bragging rights when it comes to the best high schools in the state, according to a new Top 10 list. The High School of American Studies at Lehman College was named best in the state for the fourth year in a row in the annual rankings U.S. News & World Report released Tuesday. Public schools ...

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White House to hold North Korea briefing for entire U.S. Senate

Trump administration officials will hold a rare rundown for the entire Senate at the White Home on North Korea as stress continue to install with the oppressive routine. White Home Press Secretary Sean Spicer said the rundown scheduled for Wednesday will be led by Secretary of State Tillerson, Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and ...

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If North Korea attacks military base U.S. will strike: Haley

United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley stated the U.S. will strike North Korea if it attacks a military base or tests a global ballistic missile– one day after it emerged the overbearing program had actually detained another U.S. citizen. Inquired about the threshold for military action in the middle of concerns totalitarian Kim Jong Un was on the brink of testing ...

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North Korea threatens to sink U.S. aircraft carrier

North Korea on Sunday threatened to sink a U.S. aircraft provider sailing toward the reclusive Asian nation “with a single strike”– simply days after Vice President Pence sternly alerted “the age of tactical perseverance is over” while visiting the Demilitarized Zone. “Our advanced forces are combat-ready to sink a U.S. nuclear-powered carrier with a single strike,” read a commentary in ...

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