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United States tells North Korea to cease 'destabilizing actions and rhetoric'

United States tells North Korea to cease 'destabilizing actions and rhetoric'

In this April 15, 2017, photo, missiles are paraded across Kim Il Sung Square during a military parade to celebrate the 105th birth anniversary of Kim Il Sung in Pyongyang, North Korea. A source familiar with North Korean affairs said that Kim was involved in a project to help North Korean children in mountainous areas of the country's northeastern provinces bordering China.


Le Pen Posts Strong Showing, Pro-Europe Eyes Turn to Macron

Le Pen Posts Strong Showing, Pro-Europe Eyes Turn to Macron

Macron was projected to win between 23 and 24 percent in Sunday's first round, slightly ahead of National Front (FN) leader Le Pen with between 21.6 and 23 percent , according to estimates on public television. "Either we continue on the path of complete deregulation, with no borders and no protection. mass immigration and free movement of terrorists. or you choose France", she added.


Ontario to launch basic income test this spring

Ontario to launch basic income test this spring

Ontario's basic income plan has been in the works for some time; it really gained momentum when the Liberal Canadian government commissioned a report on the potential of basic income from the Honourable Hugh Segal, a Conservative Canadian political strategist.


2 killed in apparent robbery at California marijuana house

2 killed in apparent robbery at California marijuana house

Officers responded to a call of shots fired just after 4 a.m.in the 5900 block of 68th Street in Sacramento. "That's scary that someone got killed and it probably happened down the street from where I was sleeping", said neighbor Susana Avalos.


Pence finds time to visit Australian zoo

Pence finds time to visit Australian zoo

Pence, who is in Australia as part of a 10-day Asia-Pacific tour. Australia is one of Washington's staunchest allies and has sent troops to fight alongside the US military in conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. The President reportedly blasted Mr Turnbull in a testy phone exchange for cutting the deal with a lame-duck president and expecting him to honour it.


Donald Trump 'would STILL BEAT Hillary Clinton despite historically low approval ratings'

Donald Trump 'would STILL BEAT Hillary Clinton despite historically low approval ratings'

This is surely the "very positive info" Trump speaks of, but what Trump does not say is that at this same point in time, 77 percent saw President Obama as a strong leader. The margin of error is 3.5 percent. But during his campaign he referenced the point himself and promised to fight for a sweeping package of legislation as part of his 100-day plan in his " Contract with the American Voter ".