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Schumer: 'A Good Number Of Disagreements. Discussions Will Continue' After WH Meeting

WorldNews.com 2018-01-19
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, who made the short trip down Pennsylvania Avenue Friday afternoon hours before an impending government shutdown to meet with President Donald Trump to find a way...
BREAKING NEWS: Schumer going to White House at Donald Trump's Request
BREAKING NEWS: Schumer going to White House at Donald Trump's Request

US Supreme Court Will Decide on Trump's Travel Ban

WorldNews.com 2018-01-19
The Supreme Court announced on Friday that it would review whether or not President Donald Trump has the authority to ban travelers from specific countries in the name of national security, according...
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U.S. Supreme Court approves Trump's full travel ban
U.S. Supreme Court approves Trump's full travel ban

Influenza Outbreaks On The Rise Across United States With More Than 30 Children Dead

WorldNews.com 2018-01-19
The current flu season in the United States is already ranking as one of the most severe in recent years as it's widespread across 49 states, aside from Hawaii, according to CNN. By the week ending...
photo: US Navy / Sean P. Gallagher
Flu outbreak could worsen as classes resume
Flu outbreak could worsen as classes resume

New Poll Says More Americans Blame Trump, Republicans For Potential Gov. Shutdown

WorldNews.com 2018-01-19
A new Washington Post-ABC News poll said that more Americans are blaming President Donald Trump and Republicans more than Democrats by more than a 20-point margin for a looming potential government...
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Congress seeks to avoid shutdown amid immigration debate
Congress seeks to avoid shutdown amid immigration debate

Venezuelans Increasingly Migrating To Colombia Amid Economic Decline

WorldNews.com 2018-01-19
The number of Venezuelans that live in Colombia increased by 62 percent in the last half of 2017, bringing their total to more than 550,000 as Venezuela's economic downtown continues to cause chaos...
photo: AP / Fernando Llano
Desperate Venezuelans set sights on Colombia
Desperate Venezuelans set sights on Colombia

North Korea accuses US of attempting to provoke war

Suryaa 2018-01-19
Pyongyang, Jan 19 : North Korea has accused the US of plotting to provoke another Korean War by convening a foreign ministers' meeting in Vancouver, Canada. "The US, in collusion with Canada, created...
photo: AP / Ahn Young-joon
NORTH KOREA NUCLEAR WARNING! RUSSIA: ‘TRUMP PROVOKING NORTH KOREA INTO NUCLEAR WAR’
NORTH KOREA NUCLEAR WARNING! RUSSIA: ‘TRUMP PROVOKING NORTH KOREA INTO NUCLEAR WAR’

Pakistan Zainab murder: DNA suggests suspect in other case was 'innocent'

BBC News 2018-01-19
Iman Fatima had been playing outside in the street with her five-year-old cousin Adeel. Sitting next to his father, Adeel told the BBC, "The kidnapper made me stand against the wall and took Iman...
photo: AP / K.M. Chaudary
The murderer of innocent Zainab could not be arrested in Kasur
The murderer of innocent Zainab could not be arrested in Kasur

A bridge too far? UK's Boris Johnson suggests span to France

This is Money 2018-01-19
LONDON (AP) - British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has suggested that Britain and France should build a bridge across the English Channel to bolster links between the two nations after Brexit. At a...
photo: AP / Alastair Grant
Boris Broaches Building Bridge Between Britain And France
Boris Broaches Building Bridge Between Britain And France

Korea’s Bilateral Talks And Moon-Putin Pact Could Threaten U.S. Global Domination

WorldNews.com 2018-01-19
Article by WN.Com Correspondent Dallas Darling. The world just breathed a sigh of relief as bilateral talks between North and South Korea proved an age-old axiom: Blood is thicker than water....
photo: AP / South Korean Unification Ministry
'Diplomatic breakthrough' in North-South Korea talks 🇰🇵 🇰🇷
'Diplomatic breakthrough' in North-South Korea talks 🇰🇵 🇰🇷

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