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Macron seemed resigned to that prospect, noting Trump had not signed a recent G20 declaration on tackling global warming. "The toll on rural America from escalating trade disputes with critically important trade partners is mounting". Last June, the president confirmed that he would remove the us from the Paris climate agreement, fulfilling a campaign promise he had made to voters.
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    The Black Unemployment Rate Just Hit A Record Low

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    Still, Jason Furman , a Harvard Kennedy School professor who served on former president Barack Obama's Council of Economic Advisers as its chairman, called Trump out. Meanwhile, Kudlow said while he hoped Trump doesn't again comment on jobs numbers before they're released publicly, Trump's actions weren't improper.
  • Trump says he wouldn't mind replacing NAFTA with 2 deals

    Trump says he wouldn't mind replacing NAFTA with 2 deals

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    Morneau's comments came after an acrimonious three days of talks-with Mnuchin on the receiving end of much of the frustration-in which America's allies protested against President Donald J. " They're saying something that we believe is patently untrue". The G7 ministers urged US Treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin to deliver their message before leaders of the group's member countries meet next week in Quebec.
  • North Korea: Trump says summit with Kim is back on

    North Korea: Trump says summit with Kim is back on

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    Mr Trump suddenly withdrew from the meeting last week, only to announce a day later that it could still get back on track. The upcoming meeting between a sitting US president and a North Korean leader will be the first of its kind. He said the letter was " very nice " and "very interesting" - but then said he had not opened it yet. A top North Korean official has departed the White House after meeting with President Donald Trump amid negotiations over a high-stakes summit.
  • Trump’s summit with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un is now back on

    Trump’s summit with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un is now back on

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    South Korean media speculated that Pompeo could make a third trip to Pyongyang and that Kim Yong Chol was carrying a personal letter from Kim Jong Un and might push to travel to Washington to meet with Trump . The talks are being held at the 39th floor condo of the deputy head of the US mission to the United Nations, which features a commanding view of lower Manhattan.
  • Taliban officials 'in talks with Afghan government', United States says

    Taliban officials 'in talks with Afghan government', United States says

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    Twelve other people, including four police officers and eight civilians, were wounded in the attack, provincial police chief Mohmmad Abdali told RFE/RL. IS, which is trying to make inroads in Afghanistan, claimed responsibility for the attack via its Amaq propaganda service. Army Gen. John Nicholson insisted that the culling of the 70 jihadi leaders will seriously disrupt the various groups and their military capabilities.
  • Albertos flooding threatens dams in NC mountains

    Albertos flooding threatens dams in NC mountains

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    At 7:15 am, an update said that dam engineers will perform inspections during daylight hours to determine whether the evacuation order is still needed. Alberto, the first named storm of a hurricane season that won't officially start until Friday , made landfall Monday west of Panama City on Florida's Gulf Coast, delivering heavy rains, surging seas and winds of 45 miles per hour.
  • Texas 14-year-old wins Scripps National Spelling Bee

    Texas 14-year-old wins Scripps National Spelling Bee

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    Padhy, who was speller No. 290 in this year's national contest, on Thursday correctly spelled Guayaquil , which is a port city in Ecuador along the Guayas River. "I got lucky", he said, acknowledging that there were eight or nine words during the final rounds that he didn't know. Google Trends this week came out with a map that shows the top "how to spell" word searches for each state.
  • Here’s Why Dinesh D’Souza Needed a Pardon

    Here’s Why Dinesh D’Souza Needed a Pardon

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    Lewis "Scooter" Libby, former chief of staff for Vice President Cheney, convicted on perjury and obstruction of justice in Central Intelligence Agency leak case disclosing identity of Central Intelligence Agency officer Valerie Plame Wilson, was pardoned in April.
  • Duterte will 'go to war' if China crosses 'red lines'

    Duterte will 'go to war' if China crosses 'red lines'

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    Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Singapore, told VnExpress . "It is made to appear that the Duterte administration messed up the situation in the West Philippine Sea, South China Sea". "It's global waters, and a lot of nations want to see freedom of navigation, so we'll continue that", Mattis said. But he said it was unfair to single out China for its advanced militarization in the South China Sea.
  • Mexico president again tells Trump his country will 'never' pay for wall

    Mexico president again tells Trump his country will 'never' pay for wall

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    The U.S. president also takes advantage of the public platform to complain about the "spy" he says the Federal Bureau of Investigation planted in his 2016 campaign. In Tennessee, which went for Trump by 26 points in 2016, Blackburn is strongly emphasizing her support for Trump as she battles former Democratic governor Phil Bredesen to succeed Sen.
  • Former Diplomat Joel Wit On U.S.-North Korea Talks

    Former Diplomat Joel Wit On U.S.-North Korea Talks

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    Over the weekend, a team of United States diplomats met with North Korean officials in the Demilitarised Zone and White House logistics experts have been talking with North Koreans in Singapore about arrangements for the leaders' meeting there.
  • GOP's Gowdy rejects Trump's 'spy' claim, defends FBI probe

    GOP's Gowdy rejects Trump's 'spy' claim, defends FBI probe

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    The fact that the FBI source spoke with "people on the periphery of the campaign", he said , "is standard operating procedure in intelligence gathering and in criminal investigations". Gowdy said in his interviews that Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray have made clear to him that Trump was never a target of the FBI's investigation.
  • Top North Korean official arrives in New York for talks on summit

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    As Kim and Pompeo were meeting in NY, other USA teams were meeting with North Korean officials in Singapore and in the heavily fortified Korean Demilitarized Zone. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and US President Donald Trump . He invited Clinton to North Korea, but the visit never happened. North Korea and the United States are still technically at war and have no diplomatic ties because the 1950-53 Korean War ended with an armistice, not a peace treaty.
  • Trump says talks with North Korea going 'very well'

    Trump says talks with North Korea going 'very well'

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    Kim Yong Chol , center, former North Korean military intelligence chief and one of Kim Jong Un's closest aides, arrives to have dinner with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo , May 30, 2018, in NY. North Korean envoy Kim Yong Chol (C), departs from a meeting with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in NY, U.S., May 30, 2018. Thursday also saw Lavrov and Ri discuss trilateral economic cooperation, Lavrov said.
  • Hamas announces cease-fire between Israel, Gaza groups

    Hamas announces cease-fire between Israel, Gaza groups

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    There has been widespread speculation in Israel and Gaza of discussions on a wider peace agreement between the two sides, as tensions have soared in the region over the past few months. Hamas is attempting to "turn the border into an active combat zone", Conricus told reporters. "The resistance factions will abide by it as long as the Occupation does the same", Hayya said in a statement , using militant groups' term for Israel.
  • White House to Impose Tariffs on $50 Billion of Chinese Goods

    White House to Impose Tariffs on $50 Billion of Chinese Goods

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    In a brief statement, the White House said President Donald Trump is planning "multiple steps" to protect domestic technology and intellectual property from certain "discriminatory and burdensome trade practices by China ". Following trade talks in Washington , U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced the world's two biggest economic powers have agreed to back away from imposing tough new tariffs on each other's exports.
  • DPRK, US officials hold talks on Kim-Trump summit at Panmunjom

    DPRK, US officials hold talks on Kim-Trump summit at Panmunjom

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    The talks, which Moon said Kim Jong Un requested, capped a whirlwind 24 hours of diplomatic back and forth. While Pompeo is based in Washington , the North Korean diplomats accredited to the United Nations are based in NY and are not allowed to travel outside the city without special dispensation, making it the easiest place for meetings to be held.
  • Indiana Teacher Who Tackled Shooter Released From Hospital

    Indiana Teacher Who Tackled Shooter Released From Hospital

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    Seaman started running at him, he's a teacher, a science teacher- he tackled him to the ground , we were all hiding in the back of a classroom behind some desks, then he was yelling to call 911 to get out of the building as fast as we could, so we ran down the stairs and just ran down here, we ran down the sidewalk into Prairie Crossing", the student said.
  • Trump welcomes freed American after 'ordeal'

    Trump welcomes freed American after 'ordeal'

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    He was commenting after Holt, 26, and his wife Thamara Caleno, landed in Washington after Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro ordered their release after two years. Senator Orrin Hatch , a Republican from Utah who is retiring, gave all the credit to Trump . Following the vote, Maduro expelled US charge d'affaires Todd Robinson and his deputy for allegedly conspiring to sabotage the vote by pressuring opposition parties to boycott the election, which had the lowest voter turnout in decades.
  • Powerful cyclone lashes Oman and Yemen, leaving at least 6 people dead

    Powerful cyclone lashes Oman and Yemen, leaving at least 6 people dead

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    Underpasses have been flooded as the cyclone drenched the city in water. The Arabian Sea churned Saturday morning, sending mounds of sea foam into the air. Civil defence officials said a man and a 12-year-old girl were killed, while three Asian nations were missing after the cyclone hit Oman's Dhofar and AlWusta provinces.