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Volunteers ready US aid for Venezuela, Maduro vows to block it

Cucuta, Colombia – Volunteers in the Colombian border city of Cucuta began preparing US aid packets for Venezuelans, despite Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro vowing to not let in what he called on Friday “fake humanitarian” assistance. The aid, which arrived in Cucuta on Thursday, includes flour, lentils, rice and cooking Read more…


U.S. risks losing 2.2M jobs in China trade dispute

Feb. 8 (UPI) — Nearly a million American jobs are at risk in the U.S.-China trade dispute, and a million more could follow, new research said Friday. The study by the Trade Partnership Consultancy says the tariff battle could cost the United States one million jobs — with the figure Read more…


Tensions quickly spiral as Democrats ramp up investigations of Trump administration

Paul Ryan Played Dumb On Donald Trump All The Way To The End

President Trump and his adversaries in Congress plunged into a bitter fight over investigations of his administration Thursday — battling over subpoena threats as Democrats began beefing up committee staff and laying the groundwork for a contentious showdown over the president’s tax returns. Trump lashed out Thursday morning in a Read more…


On Trump Tax Returns Release, House Democrats May Go Head to Head with Mnuchin

The U.S. government would be in “uncharted territory” if Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin were to block a House request to release President Donald Trump’s tax returns, a law professor told a congressional panel on Thursday. The Democrats who now control the House Ways and Means Committee are eager to get Read more…


U.S. move to restrict immigrants’ healthcare access would hit California’s economy, study says

The rules would likely cost the California economy more than 17,000 jobs and $2.8 billion in lost economic output if just 35% of the Californians in immigrant families currently making use of these programs decide to not enroll, said the study, which was done by the UCLA Center for Health Read more…


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