Opponents, Allies Fearing Next Swing of Trump's Sanctions Hammer
(AP)
Since taking office in January 2017, President Donald Trump has used an array of new and existing sanctions against Iran, North Korea and others. His Treasury Department, which oversees economic sanctions, has targeted thousands of entities with asset freezes and business bans. At the same time, the administration is trying to reduce greatly the amount of U.S. foreign assistance, notably cutting money to Latin America and the Palestinians. [Full Story]
Over 1 Million Hong Kongers Join Anti-Government Rally
Sunday's turnout showed that the movement still has broad-based support despite the ugly scenes witnessed during the past week when protesters occupied the Chinese-ruled city's airport, for which some activists apologized.... [Full Story]
Reports: Russia Working With Iran on Nuclear Sub Bases
Russia is expanding its navy in the Middle East, working with Tehran [Full Story]
Democrats Start to Doubt Whether Biden Can Beat Trump
Democratic pundits and the media have begun to openly question [Full Story] |
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Satellite Images Suggest Iran Satellite Launch Looms
Iran appears to be preparing another satellite launch after twice [Full Story]
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How To: Boost Telomeres at Home
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NBC Poll: Americans' Free Trade Support Hits All-Time High
American adult support for free trade has reached as all-time high as [Full Story]
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Sanders' Criminal Justice Plan Aims to Cut Prison Population
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is proposing a [Full Story]
Lewandowski on NH Senate Bid: 'I'm Going to Win' If I Run
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski stopped short of [Full Story]
WSJ: North Korea Missile Testing Losing Its Impact
If North Korea test fires a short-range missile and the United States [Full Story]
Russia Says No Plans to Install New Missiles Unless US Deploys Them
Russia will not deploy new missiles as long as the United States [Full Story]
US-Mexico Tomato Trade War Faces Crucial Deadline on Monday
A key deadline is set to lapse Monday that could lead to permanent [Full Story]
Autopsy Finds Epstein Death Was Suicide By Hanging
An autopsy has concluded that financier Jeffrey Epstein, who was [Full Story]
French Police Suicide Rate Climbs, French Govt Is Flummoxed
Three riot police officers, a police commander, a police academy [Full Story]
Afghan Wedding Suicide Blast Kills 63, Wounds 182
A suicide bomber killed 63 people and wounded 182 in an attack on a [Full Story]
Rallies Call for Gun Control in Wake of Mass Shootings
Advocates for gun control have demanded reforms at a gathering in [Full Story]
AOC Laughs Off Trump's Suggestion She's Jealous
Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez responded by "crying with [Full Story]
Warren, Sanders Get Personal With Young, Black Christians
Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren framed their Democratic [Full Story]
Right-Wing Rally, Antifa Face Off in Portland
Right-wing groups and counterprotesters gathered in downtown [Full Story]
Iranian Tanker to Leave Gibraltar Despite US Pressure
The shipping agent for an Iranian supertanker caught in a diplomatic [Full Story]
Alaska Records Its Warmest Month Ever; Future Records Likely
July was Alaska's warmest month ever, according to the National [Full Story]
Catsimatidis Backs Trump Wall to Stem Border Flows
Catsimatidis, who immigrated from Greece to the U.S. with his family [Full Story]
Pond Algae Dangerous for Dogs
When the weather is hot and there's been little rain, stagnant water conditions near the shore of ponds and lakes can prompt the algae to start pumping out toxins that can kill dogs. [Full Story]
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