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President Trump on Tuesday announced plans to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal, saying it has failed to halt the country’s nuclear ambitions.
Speaking in the Diplomatic Room of the White House, Trump said: “I am announcing today the United States will withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal.”
He said, “The Iran deal is defective at its core.”
A source said that Trump’s announcement will start a 90-day countdown to the restoration of sanctions.
Once sanctions are re-imposed, the U.S. effectively would be out of the deal.
The federal government took in a record tax haul in April en route to its biggest-ever monthly budget surplus, the Congressional Budget Office said, as a surging economy left Americans with more money in their paychecks — and this more to pay to Uncle Sam.
All told the government collected $515 billion and spent $297 billion, for a total monthly surplus of $218 billion. That swamped the previous monthly record of $190 billion, set in 2001.
“After the former girlfriend ended the relationship” the New Yorker’s Ronan Farrow and Jane Mayer report, “she told several friends about the abuse. A number of them advised her to keep the story to herself, arguing that Schneiderman was too valuable a politician for the Democrats to lose.”
Hagan has faced fierce opposition from the pro-amnesty Chamber of Commerce and GOP establishment, with the corporate lobby and political elite spending more than one million dollars to stop her from getting to Congress, as Breitbart News reported.
During an interview on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Hagan spoke about her initiative to stop U.S. foreign aid to Mexico until the foreign country helps the Trump administration end the current southern border crisis and drug trafficking.
16th Congressional District Candidate talks about a vital issue in regards to her run for the US House of Representatives.
LONDON (AP) — Facebook announced Tuesday that it is banning foreign advertisements related to Ireland’s abortion referendum amid concerns that North American groups are trying to influence the campaign.
Irish voters will decide May 25 whether to repeal a constitutional ban on abortion, in a divisive referendum that has drawn international attention.
According to the Giles County Sheriff’s Department, the 18-wheeler was hauling two pallets of about 1300 vials of Octagam, a medication used by cancer patients with an estimated value of $965,000. The vehicle belonged to Arman Transport from Louisville, Kentucky
Surveillance video shows what is believed to be a Red Volvo semi truck and trailer following the driver into the truck stop lot. A person then got out of the Volvo and took the truck and trailer.
It’s the latest in a string of lawsuits by state, county and local governments accusing prescription opioid manufacturers of fraud and deceptive marketing. New Haven and Waterbury have filed similar suits.
Police in Florida are investigating after an aspiring 18-year-old model was found dead in a doctor’s home following a night of partying, sex, drugs and alcohol.
Olya Langille died of an accidental overdose on March 26, 2018, an autopsy stated. Fentanyl, cocaine, Xanax and ecstasy were discovered in her system, NBC Miami reported.
On April 21st, High Point firefighter Dustin Reid responded to a call he would never forget, describing it to WGHP as a “total nightmare.”
Investigators believe Gordon overdosed while driving a 2000 Chevrolet Silverado and merged onto Business 85, causing a wreck with a 2008 Jeep. Reid’s wife and two young children were inside the Jeep.
The video of the violent encounter shows the female customer screaming at Martinez and kicking over luggage he had with him, then apparently knocking his food out of his hands.
Other customers and at least two people dressed in security uniforms – one possibly a Los Angeles traffic officer – can be seen watching the woman and another young man beat the man, but none of them intervened, the video shows.
Digging resumed Tuesday in Macomb Township, about 30 miles (50 kilometers) from downtown Detroit. The search started Monday for the remains of Kimberly King, but Warren Police Commissioner Bill Dwyer told WJBK-TV that there could be others buried in the area.
“We have probable cause to believe that (Kimberly) is buried there,” Dwyer said. “We also believe that there’s maybe four to six other girls that have been reported missing that are buried there. We certainly are convinced we
At least one of the major players in Minnesota’s refugee industry has woken up and smelled the coffee—gobs of federal money is not going to flow to the resettlement of more refugees to Minnesota, especially Somalis, in the foreseeable future.
One of the first questions people ask me when they first hear about the UN/US Refugee Admissions Program and the imminent arrival of third world poverty to their home town/city is this:
Why are we doing this when we have so many poor and homeless people right here who need care?
It looks like at least Catholic Charities is getting the message, perhaps from many faithful Catholic parishioners…..
We knew this was happening, but this article at The Indypendent has some useful nuggets of information on the internal turmoil involving the UN/US Refugee Admissions Program which began in 1980 as a supposed public-private partnership, but has evolved in to an almost entirely publicly (taxpayer) funded industry.
I’m guessing that the average uninformed reader of this story is scratching his or her head and asking, how can the federal government ask non-profits to close their doors?
It is because the ‘non-profits’ are really fake charities and they can’t survive without the continuous infusion of federal dollars.
Tucker: The Mueller probe is a hit job on Trump. All liberals care about is power. But they don’t want to scare voters before the midterm election. So they don’t mention impeachment, and instead use unelected bureaucrats with guns to crush the presidency. The worst part is, it’s working.
As Trump’s legal team ponders how to handle a possible Meller subpoena, questions persist about the Russia special counsel’s motives.
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