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Venezuela: Trump administration calls for quick, peaceful conclusion to unrest

The Trump administration is monitoring Venezuelan instability, and believes there is a strong need to bring weeks of anti-government protests in the country’s capital Caracas to a quick and peaceful conclusion. H.R. McMaster, U.S. President Donald Trump’s national security adviser, met on Friday with Julio Borges, the president of Venezuela’s opposition-led National Assembly, about the

North Korea threat: Top admiral calls on more missile interceptors in Hawaii

A top U.S. commander in the Pacific on Wednesday said he believes Hawaii needs more missile interceptors in response to the growing threat on North Korea and Pyongyang’s capability to launch a rocket. Adm. Harry Harris told the House Armed Services Committee that Hawaii’s defenses were sufficient for now, but could one day be overwhelmed

University Of Arkansas To Students: Calling Millennials ‘Lazy’ Is ‘Biased’

Peter Van Voorhis, The University of Arkansas has recently published a “tip sheet” on inclusive writing encouraging students to avoid describing millennials as “lazy” because it “shows bias by insulting an entire demographic rather than seeking to understand that demographic.” According to school administrators, my generation just has “a different idea of the value of work than

Huma Abedin ‘Working Hard’ to Save Marriage with Anthony Weiner

Ben Kew, Former Hillary Clinton operative Huma Abedin is reportedly “working hard” to save her marriage with former Democratic congressman Anthony Weiner, just months after the pair separated as a result of his multiple sexting scandals. Sources close to the Abedin family told the New York Post that “Huma has been working hard on her relationship with Anthony. He has

Democrats Shouldn’t Dismiss Nunes’ Spying Claims So Quickly

David Harsanyi, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes told reporters yesterday that members of Donald Trump’s presidential transition team — and possibly Trump himself — may have been caught up in surveillance during the last days of the Obama administration. Nunes says the surveillance, by both the FBI and NSA, looked to be legal “incidental

Tillerson calls for ‘new approach’ to North Korea threat

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Thursday that the escalating threat from North Korea’s nuclear program showed a clear need for a “new approach,” although he stopped short of detailing what steps the Trump administration will pursue. Tillerson was speaking at a news conference following talks with Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida in

Schumer Threatens Government Shutdown Over Border Wall

Matthew Vadum, Democrats flip sides on legislative tactics. After Democratic lawmakers’ years of shrieking and televised temper tantrums over how shutting down the federal government somehow approximates treason, Democrats have suddenly embraced the tactic in their quest to keep the nation’s borders wide open for Muslim terrorists and illegal aliens. Democrats are threatening to force

Assad: Trump shows nothing ‘concrete’ in ISIS effort; calls foreign troops ‘invaders’

Syrian President Bashar Assad says President Trump has so far failed to show “anything concrete” toward his pledge to defeat the Islamic State terror group and calls U.S. forces inside his country “invaders.” “We haven’t seen anything concrete yet regarding this rhetoric,” Assad said in an interview published Saturday. “We have hopes that this administration…