U.S. State Department Has Denied Softening Its Stance on North Korea

The U.S. wants significant progress within a year. Despite being in the midst of starting a trade war with Canada , U.S. President Donald Trump still has time to continue cozying up to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un . Five US officials told NBC News that North Korea has increased its production of enriched uranium for nuclear weapons. Trump had referred to Kim as " little rocket man " as tensions mounted between the two nations late past year.

Trump at Montana rally: "Democrats want anarchy", mocks "Me Too" movement

While Tester opposed Trump's first Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch, and the Republican tax bill, he has also taken flak from the left for a bill easing the rules on banks. Ever the fan of Twitter nicknames, he's dubbed her "Pocahontas", referring to an accusation popularized by Warren's 2012 Senate race opponent Scott Brown, who said the senator of falsified claims of Native American heritage in order to gain a teaching job at Harvard.

Trump says "it's possible" North Korea nuclear agreement could collapse

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo should be prepared to welcome such steps, but not as a substitute for progress in achieving the complete, verifiable, irreversible disarmament of North Korea's illicit programs. That led to the North's participation in the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in February and two summits with South Korean President Moon Jae-in. The president made the remarks ahead of talks between U.S.

President Trump closes in on Supreme Court pick; 3 judges top list

Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. "Outside of war and peace, of course, the most important decision you make is the selection of a Supreme Court judge, if you get it", Trump said . Mueller could all be used against him , even if the special counsel declines to accuse the president of obstruction of justice. Claire McCaskill (D) is already one of the most vulnerable lawmakers up for re-election in November - President Trump won her state by ...

Cruise ship worker who fell overboard rescued almost a day later

A crew member for Norwegian Cruise Line probably does after he fell overboard near Cuba , then was rescued nearly a full day later by another cruise ship. "We're still searching", Coast Guard spokesman Jonathan Lally said Sunday just before 8 a.m. But on Sunday, another cruise ship - the Carnival Glory - spotted the man in the sea about 45kms north of Cuba .

Political star Ocasio-Cortez appears on TV's 'The View'

Ocasio-Cortez quickly fired back. "No person in American should be too poor to live", she said. "They made a choice in one district", Pelosi said. While the picture of the Yorktown Heights home is indeed the one Ocasio-Cortez grew up in, Cardillo incorrectly stated that she went to Brown University.

Trump admin overturns Obama policy to encourage racial diversity in schools, colleges

Anurima Bhargava , who headed civil rights enforcement in schools for the Justice Department under President Barack Obama and co-authored the Obama-era guidance, said that the policy withdrawal was timed for brief filings in the Harvard litigation, due at the end of the month.

Maryland police were unaware of hostile tweets by murder suspect

He had threatened and harassed a former high school classmate, sending emails containing vulgarities and telling her to kill herself, the Daily Mail of London reported . The account went silent from January 2016 until Thursday, just before the shooting at the newsroom.An archived version of a website under Ramos' name featured court documents as well as messages apparently signed by Ramos as recently as 2014.

Melania Trump makes second solo trip to border

The group of protesters hoisted their signs and jogged after them. "We've really prevented instances of human trafficking where someone show up claiming to be a family unit and then we find out that the children are in no way", he said , "not even a close relation to the adult in custody".

Trump hails Supreme Court's backing of travel ban on Muslim-majority countries

President Trump , reacting to the decision on Twitter , wrote: " SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS TRUMP TRAVEL BAN ". The White House issued a statement saying the ruling was "a tremendous victory for the American People and the Constitution".

Strong Irish economy vulnerable to Brexit

European Union leaders will insist on Friday on "the need for intensified efforts" to find a solution, without which the whole withdrawal agreement, or a deal on a transition period until the end of 2020, can not take shape. He became emotional during his address as he recalled his late friend and former EU Commissioner, Dubliner Peter Sutherland. The European Commission president argued that Dublin and Brussels must prepare for a no deal Brexit.

Trump scraps migrant family separation policy; No respite for already separated kids

After Trump's executive order , a host of unanswered questions remained, including what will happen to the children already separated from their parents and where the government will house all the newly detained migrants, with the system already bursting at the seams.

European Union tries to assuage German, Italian concerns on migration

Her interior minister, Horst Seehofer, has been calling for Germany to turn back migrants at the border who have previously applied for asylum or registered as asylum-seekers in other European countries. Mike Mohring, the CDU leader in the eastern state of Thuringia, told the daily Die Welt that he expects the CSU to give Merkel two weeks to find a European solution.

Taliban say ceasefire will not be extended, fighting to resume

ISLAMABAD (AP) - Pakistani caretaker Prime Minister Nasir-ul-Mulk has described the killing of Pakistani Taliban chief Mullah Fazlullah in a USA drone strike in Afghanistan as a "significant development in the fight against terrorism". The group has killed hundreds of people in multiple attacks across the country since it first emerged in the region in 2014. Observers say it is unlikely that the militant group will engage in any negotiations, as they now have the upper hand on the battleground.

Trump Supporters Draw False Equivalence Between Immigrant Families And Criminals

Attorney General Jeff Sessions defended the practice of separating children from their families at the border under certain conditions, arguing Monday the administration is "doing the right thing". Sessions' new zero tolerance policy on illegal immigration has stirred controversy in recent weeks, particularly for its separation of children from their parents.

Homeland Security chief defends separating families at border

In disseminating all of this nonsense, members of the administration have revealed their ultimate goal: they're tearing these families apart and holding children hostage to pressure Democrats into signing onto a draconian House immigration bill that may or may not come to the floor this week, and which Democrats say they won't support.

Trump imposes 25 per cent duties on $50bn worth of Chinese goods

US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said Friday the United States would begin collecting duties on 818 Chinese imports valued at $34 billion as of July 6. "We are assessing the impact these tariffs and any reciprocal action could have on our supply chain and commercial business", said Boeing spokesman Charles Bickers.

Hillary Clinton dubbed 'Queen of Shade' after her response to Comey news

When it comes to the topic of James Comey , Hillary Clinton seems to have few words. Elizabeth Preza is the Managing Editor of AlterNet. Trump has been eager for the report in hopes that it would vindicate his decision to fire Comey and undermine special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation .

Eid al-Fitr 2018: Dates, Images, Greetings, GIFs and Pictures

However, because Ramadan follows the lunar Islamic calendar , it changes every year. "We fast Ramadan because it's in the Islam religion". Thousands of people gathered in Vancouver to celebrate Eid al-Fitr. He said the government had an agreement with the Islamic Community which regulated their relations and under which Croatia financially supported Muslims' needs.

President Trump's ex-lawyer Michael Cohen willing to cooperate with prosecutors

Cohen worked with Trump for a decade and is the focus of a criminal investigation by NY federal prosecutors. "No, he's not my lawyer anymore, but I always liked Michael". Cohen and his boss Mr. Trump have routinely tried to "shut people up" and hide the truth through intimidation & threats". Brent H. Blakely, who filed the motion on Cohen's behalf, alleges that since Daniels filed suit, Avenatti has made more than 120 media appearances and issued at least 439 tweets relating to the ...