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México envió fuerzas federales a su frontera sur para intentar detener una caravana de inmigrantes hondureños que se dirige a Estados Unidos, luego de que el presidente Trump hizo un llamado a varias naciones latinoamericanas a detener la caravana constituida principalmente, por inmigrantes...

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Escalating his criticism of California’s fire management strategy, President Trump threatened Wednesday to withhold unspecified funding from the state. The comments at a Cabinet meeting were vague on details — but they nonetheless sent federal forest managers across the state scrambling to...

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President Trump complained yet again Wednesday about the media — “Everything’s a fake,” he said — and defended his frequent tweeting as his “only form of communicating.” Yet it was a media outlet that aired those remarks. Fox Business Network, in its second interview of Trump in as...

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The first black female Republican in Congress is facing a tough challenge from a well-known Democratic mayor in a largely suburban Utah district where many say they are wary of President Trump. U.S. Rep. Mia Love has sought to create some distance from the president while challenger Ben McAdams...

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To the editor: Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) said: “If we get more people to turn out and vote, we win. This is all about giving people a reason to turn out, a reason to get in the fight, a reason to knock on doors, a reason to run for office, a reason to drag your friends and your family and...

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President Trump has been slamming the Federal Reserve for raising interest rates, but the central bank's officials appear to be tuning him out. There was no mention of Trump or his unusual public criticism at the Fed's Sept. 25-26 monetary policy meeting, according to an official account released...

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Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo, echoed later by President Trump, expressed confidence Wednesday that the Saudi government could be trusted to investigate the disappearance and suspected murder of a U.S.-based Saudi journalist in Turkey — despite the likelihood that senior Saudi officials...

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President Trump has criticized the global condemnation of Saudi Arabia over the case of a missing journalist. TOP STORIES On Saudi Arabia, ‘Here We Go Again’? President Trump has warned of a rush to judgment as suspicions grow that Virginia-based Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed on...

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The Trump administration on Monday unveiled its latest proposal for reining in the cost of pharmaceuticals: requiring television advertisements for prescription drugs to display the price tag of the medication being promoted. For the 10 drugs seen most often on TV, the administration says, those...

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These are grim days in Moscow. Sanctions imposed by the Trump administration continue to tighten the vice on the Russian economy. Foreign capital is fleeing the country, increasing its economic isolation. But there remains a major source of funding upon which the Kremlin can still reliably...

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