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President Trump's Approval Rating Is Back Up to 42%

President Trump's Approval Rating Is Back Up to 42%

Americans disapprove of the president's foreign policy overall 56-40, though he gets positive marks (45-42) for his handling of North Korea and 49 percent approval of his handling of Syria. In a Reuters/Ipsos survey of Americans released the same day, Mr. Trump's approval rating stood at 43 percent, with a disapproval rating of 52 percent - a net disapproval of nine percent.


Agency says deported man had no special status

Agency says deported man had no special status

Montes was twice granted deportation protections under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA ) program created by President Barack Obama and left intact by President Trump. Attorney General Jeff Sessions defended the Trump administration's immigration policies Wednesday in response to criticism over the deportation of a 23-year old " DREAMer " who was brought to the country illegally when he was 9.



Trump likely to loom in 6th district runoff

Ossoff earned 48.1 percent in Tuesday's election. He garnered 48.1 per cent of the vote. Democrats are on the precipice of turning a former GOP stronghold into their first major victory of the Donald Trump era, a win that would deliver a huge morale boost to the party when it needed it most .


Trump welcomes Patriots - even without Brady - to the White House

Trump welcomes Patriots - even without Brady - to the White House

Here's a list of the 34 players who did not show up, via NESN's Doug Kyed. Brady cited "some personal family matters " as a reason he could not travel to Washington . Later, 24-year-old receiver Malcolm Mitchell said he was "almost brought to tears" by having the president mention his name. At the time, Brady said that he has known Trump since 2002 when Brady judged one of Trump's beauty pageants.



The woman who broke marathon's gender barrier

Sanchez finished the grueling race in five hours, 21 minutes and 56 seconds. Others have even more motivation that they run for, like Katie Rose from Concord, North Carolina. "That event changed my life and, as a effect, the lives of millions of women around the world.", she writes in an essay in The New York Times . In 1967, Kathrine Switzer became the first woman to officially run the Boston Marathon by using her initials, K.V.


Trump 'optimistic' at Neil Gorsuch's swearing-in after weeks of tumult

Trump 'optimistic' at Neil Gorsuch's swearing-in after weeks of tumult

Gorsuch becomes the first justice to serve alongside a former boss. Gorsuch fills a vacancy left on the bench by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia in February 2016. Former President Barack Obama nominated Merrick Garland to succeed Scalia before his tenure ended, but the Republican-controlled Congress refused to consider the proposal, drawing anger from Democrats.