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Mexico's President-elect to Meet with Pompeo, Kushner

Mexico's President-elect to Meet with Pompeo, Kushner

Leftist President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is enjoying a bit of a honeymoon with U.S. President Donald Trump, and he was effusive Tuesday in praising the U.S. leader's restraint in not

Currency War, Then Trade War — Is Shooting War Next?

This post Currency War, Then Trade War — Is Shooting War Next? appeared first on Daily Reckoning. When currency wars fail, nations turn to trade wars — which also fail... “Let’s hope that history does
Roger Babson: The Man Who Tried To Fight Gravity

Roger Babson: The Man Who Tried To Fight Gravity

Throughout history humans have learnt to live with gravity despite its innumerable inconveniences, accepting it as a physical fact of the universe. But not Roger Babson. A successful American
Her Kids Play, Learn in Utah Church as Mom Fights for Asylum

Her Kids Play, Learn in Utah Church as Mom Fights for Asylum

A playground surrounded by a large shade tree stands right outside the First Unitarian Church in Salt Lake City, where Vicky Chavez and her two young daughters have been taking sanctuary for the past
Stuck in Trade War, US and China Face Uncertain Path to Deal

Stuck in Trade War, US and China Face Uncertain Path to Deal

As the trade war between the world's two largest economies nears the end of its first week, its most unsettling fact may be this: No one seems to foresee any clear path to peace. The United States
At NATO, Trump Slams Germany as Being 'Captive' to Russia

At NATO, Trump Slams Germany as Being 'Captive' to Russia

A meeting of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization began on a confrontational note on Wednesday with U.S. President Trump singling out Germany for criticism, accusing the largest and wealthiest
China Rebuffs Trump’s Blame in North Korea Denuclearization Fallout

China Rebuffs Trump’s Blame in North Korea Denuclearization Fallout

China refused to take the blame for a setback in North Korea’s path toward denuclearization as bilateral talks between Washington and Pyongyang went sour during U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s
Trump's Steel Tariff Squeezes US Can Manufacturer

Trump's Steel Tariff Squeezes US Can Manufacturer

Outside Baltimore, Maryland, sheets of tinplated steel transform into colorful cans and containers for Zippo lighter fluid, Starbucks cookies, Nestle chocolates, and premium brands of peanuts and
China Sounds Alarm as US-Taiwan Relations Test New Highs

China Sounds Alarm as US-Taiwan Relations Test New Highs

China’s protests this month over a surge in relations between its rival Taiwan and the United States may prompt eventual retaliation by nervous officials in Beijing, analysts say. The head of the
'We Know Who We Are' - The Complex Issue of Métis Identity

'We Know Who We Are' - The Complex Issue of Métis Identity

A debate over identity is playing out over a people most Americans have never even heard about.The Métis, French for “mixed,” are the descendants of unions between 17th century French fur trappers and
Facebook Faces First Fine in Data Scandal Involving Cambridge Analytica

Facebook Faces First Fine in Data Scandal Involving Cambridge Analytica

Facebook will be facing its first fine in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, in which the social media platform allowed the data mining firm to access the private information of millions of
NATO Summit Overshadowed by Defense Spending Spat

NATO Summit Overshadowed by Defense Spending Spat

Sharp divisions over who should pay for Europe's defense have overshadowed the opening of the NATO summit in Brussels, after U.S. President Donald Trump accused European allies of taking advantage of
NATO Members Agree to Boost Contributions for Defense

NATO Members Agree to Boost Contributions for Defense

NATO leaders said Wednesday they have agreed to contribute more money to their defense budget."We are committed to improving the balance of sharing the costs and responsibilities of alliance
Deportees Arrive in Guatemala, Including Reunited Families

Deportees Arrive in Guatemala, Including Reunited Families

More than 100 people deported from the U.S. arrived in Guatemala Tuesday, the latest group of deportees to be sent back to the Central American nation. Eleven of them were reunited families. VOA’s
US Soon to Leapfrog Saudis, Russia as Top Oil Producer

US Soon to Leapfrog Saudis, Russia as Top Oil Producer

The U.S. is on pace to leapfrog both Saudi Arabia and Russia to become the world's biggest oil producer.The latest data released by the Energy Information Administration shows U.S. output growing
Partisan Divide Deepens Over Trump’s Supreme Court Pick

Partisan Divide Deepens Over Trump’s Supreme Court Pick

A partisan divide over U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh deepened Wednesday, with Republican senators extolling his judicial record while Democrats demanded time to thoroughly vet his
Asylum Seekers Bring Evidence to Show Dangers of Home

Asylum Seekers Bring Evidence to Show Dangers of Home

An MS-13 gang member left eight voicemails on Brenda Mendez's cellphone demanding that she turn over her teenage boy. If she refused, he said, the gang would dismember both her sons."I'm going to send
No Shove, but Trump Body Language Speaks to Frosty Relations

No Shove, but Trump Body Language Speaks to Frosty Relations

He didn't shove anyone this time, but President Donald Trump's body language during NATO events Wednesday suggested his relationships with key U.S. allies aren't exactly buddy-buddy.Trump started the
US First Lady Welcomed in Belgium with Music, Fashion

US First Lady Welcomed in Belgium with Music, Fashion

U.S. first lady Melania Trump returned to the international stage Wednesday as she mingled with the spouses of America’s closest allies over classical music, fashion and chocolate.As President Donald
As Planet Heats Up, Conflicts Do Too

As Planet Heats Up, Conflicts Do Too

As the planet heats up from the effects of climate change, so, too, can conflicts.At the U.N. Security Council on Wednesday, diplomats discussed the importance of recognizing global warming as a risk