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Ford’s “Vote of Confidence” In Trump Reversed – Company Will Send Jobs To China By
MICHIGAN– Following his election last November, President Trump – while still president-elect – sent “strong hints” to U.S.-based car companies via Twitter in an attempt to convince them to stop sending U.S. auto manufacturing...
Despite Climate Of Fear, America Is Not Beset By Grave Threats By
WithDonald Trump in the White House, political divisiveness has reached new heights. Yet virtually everyone in Washington still agrees about at least one thing: The United States is beset by grave threats. Americans are constantly bombarded with exaggerated claims...
S. Korea’s President Orders Probe Over Increasingly Unpopular US Missile Launchers By
Calling it a “very shocking” incident, South Korea’s new president on Tuesday demanded an investigation into why his office wasn’t told by defense officials about the arrival of several additional launchers for a contentious U.S. missile defense...
Philippine President Duterte Fears CIA Assassination, Blames U.S. for ISIS Presence By
  MANILA– The Philippines has become the first nation in Asia to have one of its cities fall to the international terror group Daesh (ISIS). Clashes between militants and Filipino security forces began Monday night in the southern city of Marawi, as the government...
China Suspends Majority Of New Coal Power Permits By
The Chinese government has ordered the vast majority of its provinces to stop permitting new coal power projects. According to a statement from the National Energy Administration (NEA), 28 of China’s 31 mainland provinces do not currently have the right financial or...
Trump Warns New South Korea President Against Dialogue With North Korea By
New South Korean President Moon Jae-in has made clear he wants to get reconciliation talks going with North Korea, and took a bit of a shot at US sanctions pushes in comments yesterday, saying he thinks sanctions should only be considered as a tool to get North Korea to...
Physics Professor Sues FBI Agent Over Now Debunked Espionage Charges By
PHILADELPHIA  – His life turned upside down by now-withdrawn espionage charges, a Temple University physics professor lobbed a federal complaint against the FBI agent he says fabricated the entire controversy. When a team of agents stormed his Pennsylvania home at dawn...
“Corruption, Plain And Simple”: Kushner ‘Golden Visa’ Scandal Snowballs By
The latest White House scandal over the president’s son-in-law and senior advisor Jared Kushner benefiting from the recent extension of the so-called “golden visa” program continues to dog the administration, despite its best efforts to brush it aside. The...
China To Test New Weapons, Stage Live Fire Drills In Retaliation For US THAAD Deployment By
Two days after the US military began to move the controversial THAAD anti-missile system into its deployment site in a South Korean golf course (over the protests of hundreds of locals who were promptly quieted when the police showed up), despite vocal protests from China...
U.S. Moves Naval Assets To Korean Peninsula, North Korea Warns Against “Dangerous Act” By
MINNEAPOLIS — Soon after the Trump administration took unilateral action against Syria, the focus of U.S. foreign policy quickly shifted thousands of miles away to the isolated, authoritarian government of North Korea – drumming up fears that more U.S. unilateral...