Posts Tagged ‘president’

Progress has been scant since Trump’s last summit with North Korean leader

In the eight months since President Trump and Kim Jong Un held a one-day summit in Singapore, North Korea has taken small, strategic steps aimed at demonstrating a willingness to partially denuclearize, but the progress has barely reach an embryonic stage. As the two leaders prepare for their second…

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Progress has been scant since Trump’s last summit with North Korean leader

In the eight months since President Trump and Kim Jong Un held a one-day summit in Singapore, North Korea has taken small, strategic steps aimed at demonstrating a willingness to partially denuclearize, but the progress has barely reach an embryonic stage. As the two leaders prepare for their second…

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California’s challenge to Trump’s border wall more likely to win on narrow grounds

When a lawsuit challenging President Trump’s plan to build a border wall goes before a federal judge in San Francisco, California and 15 other states will argue that the administration’s decision to bypass Congress violates the U.S. Constitution. But legal analysts generally agreed Tuesday that…

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California’s challenge to Trump’s border wall more likely to win on narrow grounds

When a lawsuit challenging President Trump’s plan to build a border wall goes before a federal judge in San Francisco, California and 15 other states will argue that the administration’s decision to bypass Congress violates the U.S. Constitution. But legal analysts generally agreed Tuesday that…

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Today: Off the Rails

The future of the California bullet train is further in doubt after the Trump administration goes after federal grants for the project. TOP STORIES Off the Rails Since new California Gov.

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Today: Off the Rails

The future of the California bullet train is further in doubt after the Trump administration goes after federal grants for the project.

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This L.A. couple has seen ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ 24 times: ‘It’s two hours of freedom’

Karin Dicker and Steven Sarott first saw “Bohemian Rhapsody” on Halloween night. When the credits rolled, Dicker turned to her husband of 22 years and said, “Let’s see it again.” They did just that the following Saturday, and they’ve returned to theaters once or twice a week — 24 times as of President’s…

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This L.A. couple has seen ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ 24 times: ‘It’s two hours of freedom’

Karin Dicker and Steven Sarott first saw “Bohemian Rhapsody” on Halloween night. When the credits rolled, Dicker turned to her husband of 22 years and said, “Let’s see it again.” They did just that the following Saturday, and they’ve returned to theaters once or twice a week — 24 times as of President’s…

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‘America first’ increasingly looks like America alone

The annual Munich Security Conference is usually a somnolent affair, a ritual renewal of vows between the United States and its European allies. This year was different.

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L.A. votes to file legal challenge to Trump’s emergency declaration

The Los Angeles City Council voted Tuesday to go to court to challenge President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency along the U.S.-Mexico border, either on its own or in conjunction with other government agencies. On a 13-0 vote, the council authorized City Atty. Mike Feuer to either join..

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