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Nevertheless, Trump's warnings have Mexico preparing for something hard to imagine even a few months ago - life without the agreement that boosted trilateral trade to around $1 trillion (£772 billion) annually from $290 billion in 1993. "Neither Canada nor Mexico will announce their departure (from NAFTA) because we want to keep being regulated by NAFTA", Guajardo added after a meeting with lawmakers.
  • Ellsworth airmen show force after latest North Korean missile launch

    Ellsworth airmen show force after latest North Korean missile launch

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    It was thought to be another show of force by the country's leader Kim Jong-un and his men as it was the first time in eight years that a North Korean missile flew over Japan . The key components of America's missile defense arsenal include ground based interceptors created to defend the United States, ship-based Aegis interceptors and the THAAD or Terminal High Altitude Air Defense System.
  • United Nations condemns N.Korea missile launch, Pyongyang says more to come

    United Nations condemns N.Korea missile launch, Pyongyang says more to come

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    Ms McGovern, a supporter of Open Britain's campaign for a soft Brexit , said: " Theresa May and Liam Fox tell us that they are going to Japan to discuss a new trade deal". The North finds the US exercises in its neighborhood particularly galling, perceiving them as preparations for an invasion, and has long chafed against them and timed its tests and other military moves to pointedly express that displeasure.
  • Theresa May: UK public wants government to get on with the job

    Theresa May: UK public wants government to get on with the job

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    Mattis replied when asked later that the United States is "never out of diplomatic solutions". "We think Japan should honestly explain its true intentions to the global community", she told a regular press briefing. US Defense Secretary affirms support for diplomacy in meeting with SK Defense Minister Song Young-mooUS Secretary of Defense James Mattis stressed on August 30 that the US is "never out of diplomatic solutions" on the North Korea issue.
  • Abe, May to discuss next steps on N

    Abe, May to discuss next steps on N

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    Ms May toured Japan's flagship Izumo helicopter carrier for a military briefing with minister of defence Itsunori Onodera before attending the national security meeting. "We don't think that is an appropriate attitude of a responsible country", Hua said. Speaking on a business trip to Japan created to reassure investors that the British economy will flourish after Brexit , May indicated that the first step in recasting Britain as a world leader in free trade would be to copy European Union ...
  • Woman pulls gun during school supply shopping dispute at Walmart

    Woman pulls gun during school supply shopping dispute at Walmart

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    Things took a turn when two of the women reached for the shelf's lone notebook at the same time. "She pulled out her firearm and tells them to stop attacking her daughter while pointing the gun at them", Baeten said. The gun was loaded, but police are not specifying the type of firearm used. Novi Police Detective Sergeant Scott Baetans told Fox2Detroit that "one girl was going to buy a notebook".
  • Spain expels N Korean diplomat over missile tests

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    North Korea is close to launching Intercontinental missiles, said the foreign Ministry of France . The UN Security Council denounced Pyongyang's latest missile test, unanimously demanding a halt to its program. Washington negotiated with China, Pyongyang's ally and main trading partner, for a month to reach agreement on the latest sanctions banning exports of coal, iron, lead and seafood.
  • The risks of texting while driving

    The risks of texting while driving

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    One will impact how you can use your cellphone while you drive, and another will allow you to openly carry your sword in public. The signed bill will prohibit drivers from texting while driving-including reading, sending or writing a text message-unless the driver is stopped.
  • Controlled Reservoir Release Impacts Already Flooded Neighborhoods

    Controlled Reservoir Release Impacts Already Flooded Neighborhoods

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    After getting trapped in high water, the officer tried to get out but was unable to. A Harris County Flood Control District meteorologist said the overflow from the reservoirs would eventually flow into downtown Houston . The western side of Houston has been one of the hardest-hit areas. However, Lindner tweeted at 12:21 a.m. CT that the water release had started. According to city officials, voluntary evacuations are expected to be issued for residents near these reservoirs.
  • Labor Day Bridge Walk text updates available this year

    Labor Day Bridge Walk text updates available this year

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    Unlike in prior years, only buses used to transport walkers to the starting point for the walk and emergency service vehicles will be allowed on the bridge during the event. Friday and ending around 6 a.m. Tuesday morning. -Anyone still walking at 11:30 a.m. will be picked up by bus. Addressing general concerns stemming from recent terror-related attacks, the Mackinac Bridge Authority voted on May 16 to restrict traffic on the bridge this year during the walk.
  • Wildfires sweep through California, US

    Wildfires sweep through California, US

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    Thousands of people have been driven from their homes in OR and hundreds in California, where a blaze burned 10 homes and threatened 500 more near a hard-hit community and another kept a popular road to Yosemite National Park closed. "A campfire should never be left unattended and must be extinguished completely before everyone leaves". The company says the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection exercised a call-when-needed contract Wednesday to fight a fire in Butte County ...
  • Trump's Lawyers Told Mueller the President Didn't Commit Obstruction of Justice

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    The new letter, which was first reported by The New York Times , could provide additional context on Trump's thinking and motive as he prepared to oust Comey. Rosenstein. While it remains unclear to what degree the Russian Federation investigation influenced Trump's decision, top aides claim the president was unhappy with Comey's refusal to publicly exonerate him, despite private assurances that he was not personally under investigation.
  • Speaker Paul Ryan Slams Arpaio Pardon

    Speaker Paul Ryan Slams Arpaio Pardon

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    President Trump recognized that Sheriff Arpaio was doing his job, following the law, and protecting the people of Maricopa County - which includes Phoenix - by punishing criminals to the fullest extent, under the laws on the books. Trump issued the pardon seven months after taking office, though it's not unprecedented for a president to issue a pardon in their first year in office.
  • Slavery can't be edited out of US history

    Slavery can't be edited out of US history

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    The man who commissioned the statue, Paul Goodloe McIntire, invited Confederate veterans, sons of Confederate veterans and the United Daughters of the Confederacy to the unveiling. DeSalle said she thinks Confederate statues around the country should stay up, because it is a reminder of the country's history, and in her mind "you learn from your history or you're doomed to repeat it".
  • Republicans Divided in Views of Trump's Conduct; Democrats Are Broadly Critical

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    Setting issues aside, a majority (58%) say they do not like the way Trump conducts himself as president, while 25% have mixed feelings about his conduct. And an astounding 70 percent thinks he hates the media more than he hates white supremacists. About four-in-ten (43%) say explicitly they like nothing about Trump's performance and another 16% respond to this question by volunteering things they don't like about him.
  • Tropical Storm Lidia Causes Havoc in Mexico Resort

    Tropical Storm Lidia Causes Havoc in Mexico Resort

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    The Navy had deployed sailors and vehicles to the peninsula to carry out evacuations, while authorities in the state of Baja California Sur shut down its three worldwide airports. Rains could cause flash floods, the NHC warned. Authorities also warned residents to prepare for a possible unsafe storm surge. CBS Dallas / Fort Worth's meteorologist Jeff Jamison says computer models for Irma differ on where the storm makes landfall.
  • Terrorists attack police convoy in Jammu & Kashmir

    Terrorists attack police convoy in Jammu & Kashmir

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    The attack took place around 8 pm when the bus was going from Bemina to Zewan. A condition of heightened security has been announced and a massive manhunt has begun. The slain cop, as per unconfirmed reports, was identified as Krishan Lal, a head constable. The area, which is barely a kilometre away from the strategic 15-Corps headquarters, has witnessed a number of militant attacks since past year.
  • How Analysts Rated Pioneer Natural Resources (NYSE:PXD) Last Week?

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    Post Hldgs Inc now has $5.69B valuation. Blackrock Grp Limited reported 1.98 million shares. About 655,959 shares traded. Citizens Financial Group Inc (NYSE:CFG) has risen 50.96% since September 1, 2016 and is uptrending. Since March 7, 2017, it had 0 insider buys, and 5 sales for $3.29 million activity. DOVE TIMOTHY L also sold $566,180 worth of Pioneer Natural Resources (NYSE:PXD) on Friday, May 12.
  • Obama Will Be Most Costly Former President

    Obama Will Be Most Costly Former President

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    Each ex-president receives a basic pension of $205,700 annually, but could also with the approval of Congress address additional expenses, such as staff salaries, office allowances, travel and Secret Service protection. Bush 41's office in Houston costs $286,000 and Bush 43's in Dallas is $497,000. Carter's Atlanta office costs just $115,000. In comparison, Clinton's is $231,000 and George W.