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  • Trump heads to US-Mexico border after a week of confusing threats

    President Donald Trump is headed to the US-Mexico border on Friday, following a week of confusing comments over whether he'd shut it down.

    CNN
  • Trump heads to US-Mexico border

    President Donald Trump is headed to the US-Mexico border on Friday, following a week of confusing comments over whether he'd shut it down. The President will head to Calexico, California, Friday afternoon to tour replacement border fencing and participate in a border security roundtable. According to the Arizona Republic, the two-mile stretch replacement barrier he'll see was authorized prior to when he came into office, but a plaque on the bollards calls it "the first section of President...

    WPLG
  • Ex-DEA Head: US Border “Collapsing”

    Says gov running out of space to house illegal families

    www.infowars.com
  • Trump Heads to the Border After Backing Off His Threat to Close It

    The president’s visit to a border town in California is intended to highlight what the president and his aides say is an out-of-control immigration crisis.

    www.nytimes.com
  • North Korea names new nominal head of state

    North Korea named a new nominal head of state, state media said on Friday, at a session of its rubber-stamp legislature that took place on Thursday.

    IN
  • US arrests former marine over North Korea embassy raid

    The US authorities have made their first arrest in connection with the mysterious raid on North Korea’s Madrid embassy in February when a group of assailants allegedly tied up staff and stole sensitive information.

    The Telegraph
  • North Korea nuclear impasse looms over US-Japan talks

    WASHINGTON (AP) - Stalled negotiations over dismantling North Korea's nuclear program loomed over high-level talks between the U.S. and Japan on Friday. Just a day after North Korea called for Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to be removed as President Donald Trump's top negotiator, Pompeo and acting Defense Secretary Patrick

    The Washington Times