Year: 2018

President Trump Noticeably Absent From Negotiations While Shutdown Continues

United States President Donald Trump is the first president to experience a shutdown of the federal government while his party controls both the House and the Senate. Despite this fact, President Trump is sure that the shutdown will result in victory for himself and the Republican party. The President, speaking by way of video to

President Trumps Calls Shutdown Politics a ‘Present’ from Democrats

President Trump seemed to relish the idea of a government shutdown, as he joked in a tweet about the Senate stalemate being a ‘present’ from the Democrats. Last night (Friday), the Senate reached an impasse after attempting to pass a bill that would keep funds flowing to government agencies. The bill failed to pass by

A US Government Funding bill To Sustain Operations Narrowly Passes Congress

A bill to fund the trump administration has narrowly passed in the House of Representatives of Congress to keep government operations from shutting down. On the night, not Thursday this week, the legislation was passed by a 230-197 majority which would see the US federal government operations funded till February 16 this year. The bill

The White House Set To Ask the US Supreme Court to Make a Ruling on DACA before Making Appeals

On Tuesday, the Trump administration gave out a statement to newsrooms that it would rush to the United States Supreme Court within the next week after skipping an appeals court for the federal government. The administration said that it would take the move hoping that the Supreme Court would take quick action and give a

Japan and the US Warn Pyongyang As They Play For Time

Talks between North Korea and South Korea are still pressing on where Pyongyang wants to send a delegation to the Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang early next month. However, the chief allies of both the United States and South Korea say that Kim Jong Un is using the talks to buy time, so he progress

Canada and the US Set Top Host the Meeting on North Korea

Canada and the United States will Host an international meeting of foreign relations ministers from 24 countries in Vancouver to discuss the nuclear threat posed by North Korea on Tuesday this week. The meeting is set to deliberate on imposing tighter economic sanctions that will starve the repressive regime in Pyongyang and force them to

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It’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that just because you don’t have any unusual symptoms of illness, you must be fine. However, it’s surprisingly easy to miss the signs that you may be on the verge of having a heart attack or stroke. Some people don’t show any strong symptoms before they

The Details of a Proposed Bipartisan DACA Compromise Immigration Bill Emerge

Last week the national news media devoted extensive coverage to President Trump’s language and demeanor when he met with a bipartisan group of Senators to discuss a proposal to save the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (popularly referred to as “DACA”). On Saturday, details of the plan began emerging. What did the proposed compromise