• Sick hidden message on First Lady's coat
Sick hidden message on First Lady's coat

Wildfang , a female-founded clothing store that aims to empower people with its clothing, released a bomber jacket with the words, "I REALLY CARE, DON'T U?" on the back. -Mexico border that said "I don't care do u?" on the back. Herself an immigrant, Melania , who was born in Slovenia, had earlier this week urged President Trump that she "ha...

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  • GOP Rallies Support for Compromise Bill in Effort to Overhaul Immigration
GOP Rallies Support for Compromise Bill in Effort to Overhaul Immigration

Public backlash grew over a "zero-tolerance" policy that led to the separation of families at the southern border, and on Wednesday, Trump signed an Executive Order to end family separations by detaining children and parents together. "That's critical considering our goal is to improve our country's immigration laws", Curbelo said in a statement ...

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  • Sarah Huckabee Sanders Kicked Out of Restaurant on Moral Grounds
Sarah Huckabee Sanders Kicked Out of Restaurant on Moral Grounds

Since Sanders issued her response on Twitter, Red Hen's Yelp page has been overwhelmed with reviews . They had no idea what was going on until they read the news online: A restaurant by the same name almost 300 miles away in Virginia had asked Sarah Huckabee Sanders to leave.

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  • Memorial set at Florida arena for slain rapper XXXTentacion
Memorial set at Florida arena for slain rapper XXXTentacion

The girlfriend of XXXTentacion , who was shot and killed during an apparent robbery in Broward County in Florida in the U.S., is pregnant with the rapper's child, says the mother of the "Look at Me" singer. Police said surveillance camera footage showed two men climbing out of a dark SUV and following the rapper into Riva Motorsports in Deerf...

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  • U.S. Extends Sanctions Against North Korea, Citing 'Extraordinary Threat'
U.S. Extends Sanctions Against North Korea, Citing 'Extraordinary Threat'

These "continue to pose an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security, foreign policy, and economy of the United States ", he said in a notice to Congress. The U.S. -based North Korea monitoring group 38 North said in an analysis at the end of last week there had been no sign of any activity toward dismantling of any missile test ...

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  • House Republicans short of votes to pass immigration bill: lawmaker
House Republicans short of votes to pass immigration bill: lawmaker

First lady Melania Trump boarded a flight to a facility housing migrant children separated from their parents wearing a jacket that read "I really don't care, do u?" The children have been separated from their parents, while crossing into the U.S illegally.

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  • Was Melania Trump's wardrobe choice a good decision?
Was Melania Trump's wardrobe choice a good decision?

Now, let's dispense with the fact that it seems like a slogan which might come emblazoned on a pencilcase in 2005 alongside a picture of Emily the unusual, and consider the fact that she's wearing it en route to a place where children are being incarcerated.

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  • Sessions avoids blaming Democrats for detention policy, downplays Nazi parallels
Sessions avoids blaming Democrats for detention policy, downplays Nazi parallels

Some view the policy as disgusting and immoral, and comparisons to Nazi Germany have been raised. "We are taking care of these children; they are not being abused", Sessions added. "But if they go out in the desert, they cross a fence or barrier, our officers have to identify them", Sessions continued. They are violating the law, and they...

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  • South Korean president to begin his first state visit to Russian Federation
South Korean president to begin his first state visit to Russian Federation

The missile engine test site that President Donald Trump said North Korean leader Kim Jong Un had committed to destroy is a major facility in the western part of the country that has been used for testing engines for long-range missiles, according to a us official.

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  • Germany's Merkel seeks European solution to migrant dispute
Germany's Merkel seeks European solution to migrant dispute

The Bavarian governor said that he would welcome a "truly effective European regulation" but warned against delaying the matter with a superficial and non-binding resolution at the June EU summit. "The people of Germany are turning against their leadership as migration is rocking the already tenuous Berlin coalition". The topic of migration has b...

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  • Erdogan confirms Turkey-US patrols in Syria's Manbij
Erdogan confirms Turkey-US patrols in Syria's Manbij

An explanatory note for the Senate's version of the National Defense Authorization Act says that the ban on selling F-35 to Ankara comes due to the imprisonment of USA pastor Andrew Brunson in Turkey . Turkey considers the YPG a terrorist group. Earlier this month, Turkey and the United States endorsed a "road map" to overcome months of d...

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  • Recording captures cries of children separated from parents at United States border
Recording captures cries of children separated from parents at United States border

It is unclear what will happen to the families if there aren't available resources to provide for them. The controversy surrounding migrant families separated by USA border agents is ramping up. An adult man responds, apparently in jest: "We have an orchestra here". In the recording , children are asked about where they are from and their ...

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  • House leadership postpones vote on large-scale amnesty bill
House leadership postpones vote on large-scale amnesty bill

The legislation failed in a 193-231 vote Thursday, which shoots down the bill the president said he would support. An Ivanka Trump-branded store was scheduled to open in the lobby of Trump Tower in NY on Thursday, Dec. Rosen accused Republicans of playing "partisan games" instead of working with Democrats to find a bipartisan solution. It par...

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  • Anti-US souvenirs disappear from tourist shops in North Korea
Anti-US souvenirs disappear from tourist shops in North Korea

Pyongyang so far regarded its nuclear program as vital to its survival in the face of what it viewed as US hostility, but Kim has indicated he would be willing to shutter the program if his security was guaranteed. Japan, which hosts some 50,000 U.S. military personnel, including the biggest overseas concentration of U.S. Marines and a U.S. Navy c...

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  • Time Magazine Cover Features Trump And Migrant Toddler
Time Magazine Cover Features Trump And Migrant Toddler

Border Patrol in Texas. "As a father myself, it was very hard for me to see these families detained, knowing that they would soon be split up", Moore told Getty's blog Foto . "All I wanted to do was pick her up". According to Washington Post , Moore once spoke about how single people who crossed the river during the day and then ran or hid fr...

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  • Despite executive order, families may not be put back together
Despite executive order, families may not be put back together

The move has resulted in the USA government sending thousands of children to holding camps around the country, images of which have sparked global outrage, even from within Trump's own party . Trump said under current law , only two policy options are available: "Totally open borders, or criminal prosecution for law breaking". "The President do...

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  • New Zealand leader Jacinda Ardern in hospital for birth
New Zealand leader Jacinda Ardern in hospital for birth

The pregnant Prime Minister arrived at Auckland City Hospital accompanied by her partner Clarke Gayford on Thursday morning. In a statement, her office said: "The Prime Minister's Office can confirm that Jacinda Ardern has given birth to a healthy baby girl".

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  • Donald Trump dramatically backs down on family border separations
Donald Trump dramatically backs down on family border separations

In recent days, the Republican president had insisted his hands were tied by law on the issue of family separations and had sought to blame Democrats, although it was his administration that implemented the policy of strict adherence to immigration law.

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  • US Senate passes ZTE sanctions, bill now goes to committee
US Senate passes ZTE sanctions, bill now goes to committee

On Monday evening, the Senate put the kibosh on Trump's deal to throw the Chinese telecommunications company ZTE a lifeline. The Senate voted 85 to 10 in support of reinstating the ban . Cornyn told reporters that government procurement "is much more sensitive when it comes to national security". Lawmakers in Washington voted to reinstat...

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  • United States pulls out of UN Human Rights Council, cites bias against Israel
United States pulls out of UN Human Rights Council, cites bias against Israel

Although numerous officials have said repeatedly that 'America First does not mean America Alone , ' the administration has retreated from multiple multilateral accords and consensuses since it took office. She also threatened member states, on Twitter, who voted for a non-binding resolution asking President Trump to repeal his decision to mov...

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