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Fallen veterans honored on Memorial Day in Mancos

Fallen veterans honored on Memorial Day in Mancos

He told relatives of those killed in action, "While we can not know the extent of your pain, what we do know is that our gratitude for them and to you is boundless and undying". President Trump yesterday paid tribute to America's war dead, as well as three men who were attacked attempting to protect two women during an anti-Muslim tirade on a train in OR last week.


Explaining the CBO's vision of health-care catastrophe in the GOP plan

Explaining the CBO's vision of health-care catastrophe in the GOP plan

With polls showing that only about 1 in 5 five Americans support the House bill, Republicans have many issues to resolve. Brooks says that, according to the CBO , the American Health Care Act will lower average premiums in the individual market by 4 to 30 percent or more.


Renewable energy expected to continue growth, despite Trump

Renewable energy expected to continue growth, despite Trump

The agreement, which is not a binding treaty, calls on countries to make voluntary national pledges to reduce emissions and provide periodic updates on their progress. "Staying in would result in USA taxpayers and consumers paying hundreds of billions of dollars in higher taxes and higher energy costs exclusively for the benefit of crony capitalists in the "renewable" energy industry and Third World dictators".



Trump raises security alarm by asking leaders to call him directly

Trump is believed to have shared his cellphone number with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau , Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and French President Emmanuel Macron . Experts say Trump's move here is definitely unusual. Trudeau is purportedly the only one to have taken him up on the offer. Questions have been raised about back-channels used by Trump's son-in-law and senior advisor Jared Kushner between the United States and Moscow when discussing Syria.



Trump speaks to Afghan President on phone, condemns Kabul attack

An Afghan health official has raised the death toll from the massive suicide auto bombing in Kabul earlier in the day, saying the attack killed 80 people. A spokeswoman for the German foreign ministry said the bomber's target was unknown. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani condemned "this inhuman and cowardly attack".