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  • Trump says U.S. is done being the world's 'piggy bank' and he'll BAIL OUT farmers in China standoff

    The president's nine tweets blasted China for walking away from what had been a nearly finished deal, just hours after telling an audience at the White House that extended talks would be 'very successful.'

    Mail Online
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: U.S. threatened every day

    How insulting to want the "best and brightest" immigrating to America. Doesn't America already have the "best and brightest" citizens living here? How about a general or presidential freeze on immigration instead of asking Congress for more billions to hasten the comfort of those crossing our borders? America soon will

    The Washington Times
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Hungary important U.S. ally

    Ambassador April H. Foley’s cogent op-ed (“Orban in Washington,” Web, May 12) sets forth with great clarity why positive re-engagement by the United States in Central and Eastern Europe — most recently manifested by President Trump’s invitation of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban to the White House this week — is welcome.

    The Washington Times
  • U.S. banking on experience in women's World Cup defence

    The United States will be counting on experience as they look to defend their women's World Cup crown in France with coach Jill Ellis announcing a squad on Thursday that features 12 members from the team that lifted the title in 2015.

    U.S.
  • U.S. banking on experience in women's World Cup defence

    The United States will be counting on experience as they look to defend their women's World Cup crown in France with coach Jill Ellis announcing a squad on Thursday that features 12 members from the team that lifted the title in 2015.

    in.reuters.com
  • U.S. banking on experience in women's World Cup defence

    The United States will be counting on experience as they look to defend their women's World Cup crown in France with coach Jill Ellis announcing a squad on Thursday that features 12 members from the team that lifted the title in 2015.

    IN
  • Soccer: U.S. banking on experience in women's World Cup defence

    The United States will be counting on experience as they look to defend their women's World Cup crown in France with coach Jill Ellis announcing a squad on Thursday that features 12 members from the team that lifted the title in 2015.

    IN