The president also proposed a joint U.S.-Russia cybersecurity unit that was roundly panned by critics.
On Sunday shows, Cruz and others pitch different ways out of impasse
Washington weighs in on President Trump’s visit to theGroup of 20 summit in Hamburg, and whether he believes that Russia meddled in the 2016 presidential election.
As the liberal Virginia city attempts to ‘tell the truth about race in our history’, the Ku Klux Klan, counter-protesters and Confederate loyalists clash over what that means to them
When roughly 50 members of the Ku Klux Klan rallied in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday, they were met with roaring crowd of more than 1,000 counter-protesters who shouted “Shame! Shame!” and “Black lives matter!”
The counter-protesters beat drums and waved posters with slogans, such as “KKK Sashay Away”, “Y’all SUKKK!” and “Stop Pretending that Your Racism is Patriotism”. About 500 protesters, led by a coalition of local clergy-members, marched through town singing “We Shall Overcome”. Other protesters wore Ghostbusters stickers and referred to the Klan members as sad phantoms from the past who needed to be exorcised.
In West Virginia, the people of McDowell County can’t get jobs, and recently lost their biggest employer – the local Walmart store. They describe the devastating loss of jobs, community and access to fresh food
When Walmart left town, it didn’t linger over the goodbyes. It slashed the prices on all its products, stripped the shelves bare, and vanished, leaving behind only the ghostly shadow of its famous brand name and gold star logo on the front wall of a deserted shell.
The departure was so quick that telltale signs remain of the getaway, like smoldering ashes in the fireplaces of an evacuated town. Notices still taped to the glass entranceway record with tombstone-like precision the exact moment that the supercenter was shuttered: “Store closed at 7pm, Thursday 28 January 2016.”
This busts the myth that feds can’t be fired.
Coco Loko, an inhalable powder marketed as ‘raw cacao snuff’, contains caffeine, which the Food and Drug Administration should look into, Chuck Schumer said
Chuck Schumer, the top Democrat in the Senate is urging federal regulators to look into a “snortable chocolate” powder, saying he is worried that it could prove harmful and is being marketed like a drug.
In a letter Saturday, the New York Democrat asked the Food and Drug Administration to investigate the use of caffeine in inhalable food products, such as so-called Coco Loko. It’s gotten buzz in recent weeks.
Thousands of people have been evacuated as wildfires threaten homes in Santa Barbara county in the south of California and Butte county in the north
US president says Vladimir Putin ‘vehemently denied’ interfering in 2016 US presidential election during G20 meeting, adding: ‘I’ve already given my opinion’
Donald Trump said on Sunday that it was “time to move forward in working constructively with Russia” after his meeting at the G20 with Vladimir Putin.
After returning from the summit of the world’s leading economies in Germany on Saturday night, Trump began Sunday with a series of tweets defending himself against criticism that he had been too soft on the Russian leader at their first face-to-face meeting.