Government shutdown – live: Trump hits out at Democrats for rejecting offer of ‘compromise’ over Mexico border wall

Government shutdown – live: Trump hits out at Democrats for rejecting offer of ‘compromise’ over Mexico border wall | The Independent LiveUpdated Monday 21 January 2019 19:15 US president announces plan to end shutdown Close US president announces plan to end shutdown Donald Trump lashed out at the Democrats after they rejected his so-called “compromise” […]

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China approves trademarks for Ivanka Trump’s defunct company

China granted preliminary approval for first daughter and White House advisor Ivanka Trump’s now-obsolete company, for five trademarks in the Asian country.  The trademarks, which were approved on Sunday, for the Ivanka Trump brand is intended for child care centres, sunglasses and wedding dresses. The Associated Press also reported that another trademark for brokerage, charitable […]

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Vesti News | TENSE Situation: Russian Baltic Fleet Escorts Two US Destroyers Probing Baltic Sea

Subscribe to Vesti News Corvettes of the Baltic Fleet are escorting two US destroyers that entered the southern part of the Baltic Sea. The ships Gravely and Porter are both armed with missile systems. The actions of the US ships are being monitored by the corvettes Boiky and Soobrazitelny. [youtube_downloader_form placeholder=”Enter Video Key” button_label=”Download Video” […]

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Vesti News | Russian MoD Calls Out Israel’s Latest Outrage: Massive Bombing Raid Leaves 4 Syrians Dead

Subscribe to Vesti News The Russian Defence Ministry commented on Israel’s night-time attack on Syria. The Ministry noted that the Syrian missile defense system managed to destroy more than 30 cruise missiles and guided bombs. Four Syrian servicemen were reported dead. [youtube_downloader_form placeholder=”Enter Video Key” button_label=”Download Video” label=”eVDjUmF7GOU”]

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Government shutdown by the numbers: From food stamps to wages, how Trump’s crusade is damaging the US economy

One month in, the United States government shutdown is by far the longest funding impasse in modern American history — and there is little evidence to suggest that Donald Trump and congressional democrats will come together to solve the crisis any time soon. Over the past 31 days, Washington politicians have squabbled as the impacts of […]

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Why so many Yakima Valley farmers don’t support Trump’s wall: ‘America is supposed to be a nation of immigrants’

Like most small farmers, Dan Peplow earns the callouses on his hands. Early mornings, long days, and an ever shifting agricultural economy that guarantees nothing but uncertainty. With the government shutdown closing the Yakima office of the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), a federal agency that has been dealing with a disputed water charge, he […]

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Brexit Plan B: Corbyn vs May

BRUSSELS has been blamed for setting up Brexit to fail from the start today, as Theresa May got ready to beg them to fix the Northern Irish border. An EU insider and ex-Europe minister for Portugal said today that the talks were “badly designed from the start” because stubborn EU bosses “refused to discuss the […]

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Democrats reject Trump’s plan to end shutdown

Democrats have rejected President Trump’s plan to end the partial government shutdown. He proposed offering temporary protections to DACA recipients in exchange for border wall funding. Democrats aren’t budging as the shutdown enters day 31. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett joins CBSN to break down the latest. Subscribe to the CBS News Channel […]

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Trump and Pence visit MLK Memorial

President Trump and Vice President Pence paid a brief visit to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C. Monday, to commemorate the slain civil rights leader. They laid a wreath at the memorial but did not make remarks. [youtube_downloader_form placeholder=”Enter Video Key” button_label=”Download Video” label=”hqkHLylP0Mw”]

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Salisbury poisoning: Britain and EU impose sanctions on Russians suspected of being behind novichok attack

Britain and the European Union have imposed sanctions on Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, the two Russian military intelligence officers accused of carrying out the Salisbury Novichok poisoning, as well as the leadership of the service, the GRU. Igor Olegovich Kostyukov, the GRU chief, and his deputy, Vladimir Stepanovich Alexseyev, have also been placed on […]

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