At a May 2016 campaign rally in Charleston, West Virginia, Donald Trump, the presumed GOP nominee for president, told the faithful: “If I win, we’re going to bring those miners back. You’re going to be so proud of your president. For those miners, get ready, because you’re going to be working your asses off.”
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The Trump administration intends to slap a 5 percent tariff on every medium-sized car, avocado and other Mexican import beginning June 10, affecting nearly $1 billion worth of goods that crosses the border into the U.S. each day on average.
(RNN) - Doomsday Clock is now set to two minutes to midnight, 30 seconds closer than last year.
The U.S. plans to accept a maximum of 45,000 refugees in the coming fiscal year, according to a report obtained by the Washington Post, a figure which represents the lowest cap in decades and one that human rights groups quickly condemned.
She arrived in the United States from Peru with her undocumented parents as a child, fleeing economic collapse at home. Five years ago, when she was vulnerable to deportation, the Obama administration acted to assure her -- and thousands of other co-called Dreamers -- they could apply to stay, go to college and obtain work permits.
A new deal between the U.S. and Mexico on sugar exports may have averted a costly trade war. But it's also sparked a fierce battle between the Trump administration and some of America's largest food companies, who claim Tuesday's agreement will harm their businesses and ratchet up food costs for consumers.
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate agreement on Thursday could make it difficult, if not impossible, for the world to stay on track to reach an internationally agreed goal of limiting dangerous global warming, scientists said.