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United States

Weirdest photos of Trump's year one, from the Saudi orb to a big truck's cab

On the anniversary of Donald Trump’s inauguration, we look back at some of the strangest photos from his first year as president Continue reading...

United States

With government shutdown, Republicans reap what they sow

It takes a special type of hypocrite to accuse your opponents of hypocrisy for following in your footstepsToday’s Republican party is built on principle. As a matter of principle, the GOP believes it is the only party that can shut down government

World

Hundreds of police in Thailand block anti-junta march

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Hundreds of police in Thailand on Saturday blocked protestors planning to march from Bangkok to Khon Kaen in the northeast of the country in a rare display of public discontent in the junta-ruled country.

Australia

Bushfire forces closure of Sydney's Royal national park

Emergency warning issued and firefighters are also battling a blaze in the Southern TablelandsFirefighters are battling several big bushfires in New South Wales – one is threatening homes in the Southern Tablelands, and the other has forced the clo

United States

US government faces shutdown after Senate rejects funding bill

Republicans fail to address Democrat concerns about Dreamers and federal agencies now face a repeat of the 2013 closure The United States is on the brink of its first government shutdown in nearly five years after senators failed to reach a deal to keep t

Politics

FBI opened inquiry into Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens

The FBI recently opened an inquiry into Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens, two US officials told CNN, as he fights an allegation of blackmail and faces calls to resign just a year into his job. 

United States

World trade rules too weak to stop China distorting market – US

Trump administration steps up its attack on rival, saying terms for Beijing’s membership of the WTO were too lenientThe United States mistakenly supported China’s membership of the World Trade Organisation in 2001 on terms that have failed t

Politics

Sen. Rand Paul's neighbor to plea guilty in federal assault case

The neighbor of Kentucky Senator Rand Paul signed a plea agreement Friday for the November attack that left the Republican lawmaker with six broken ribs.

Politics

Chuck Schumer's big moment

The high-stakes standoff over government funding has thrust Chuck Schumer into the brightest spotlight of his young tenure leading Senate Democrats. He faces intense pressure to resolve a thicket of policy issues while defending his party against potentia

Politics

Pence leaves for Middle East as government shutdown looms

Vice President Mike Pence went ahead with his delayed trip to the Middle East on Friday, despite the looming government shutdown.

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