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Naval Academy Grads Cheer Trump: 'America is back'

Naval Academy Grads Cheer Trump: 'America is back'

We are respected again. "A growing number used their platforms to. weaken America's pride". Asked if North Korea is playing games - the North Koreans failed to meet an advance team from the U.S.in Singapore, and weren't picking up the phone recently - Mr.


NFL sparks new questions over anthem; Trump lauds league

NFL sparks new questions over anthem; Trump lauds league

Several players, majority black, have kneeled for the anthem since Colin Kaepernick declined to stand for it in 2016 as a way to protest police brutality and racism. DeMaurice Smith, executive director of the National Football League players' union, tweeted that owners had "chosen to quash the same freedom of speech that protects someone who wants to salute the flag in an effort to prevent someone who does not wish to do so".


Trump Considering New Tariffs on Imported Cars and Trucks

Trump Considering New Tariffs on Imported Cars and Trucks

The Trump administration is considering a plan that would impose new tariffs on imported vehicles on national-security grounds, according to industry officials briefed on broad outlines of the plan. Trump has been a frequent critic of vehicle imports, blasting Ford and other automakers for building vehicles in Mexico and shipping them into the U.S.


The reason why Mikel Arteta WON'T be the new Arsenal manager revealed

The reason why Mikel Arteta WON'T be the new Arsenal manager revealed

At Paris St Germain he would win one Ligue 1 championship and four domestic trophies across a two-year span, but there were also a pair of last-16 Champions League exits. Other candidates included Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri and former Chelsea and Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti, as well as former Arsenal players Arteta, Thierry Henry and Patrick Vieira.


Stock Gains Shrink; China Markets Rise On Easing Tensions With US

Stock Gains Shrink; China Markets Rise On Easing Tensions With US

Mnuchin said the agreement had put on hold a "trade war" and the threat of tariffs on a $150 billion worth of Chinese goods. Over the weekend, negotiators from both countries said they would continue discussing measures in which China would import more commodities from the US.