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U.S. Military Starts Flying Aid for Venezuela to Colombia

Supported by U.S. Military Starts Flying Aid for Venezuela to Colombia Image The border crossing with Venezuela, as seen from Cúcuta, Colombia.CreditCreditRaul Arboleda/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images By Ernesto Londoño Feb. 16, 2019 The United States military began flying humanitarian aid to a Colombian city close to the Venezuelan border ...

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Trump Says U.S. May Delay China Trade Deal Deadline

Supported by Trump Says U.S. May Delay China Trade Deal Deadline Video President Trump said trade discussions with China “are going well.” But steep challenges remain to striking an agreement that addresses the administration’s primary concerns.CreditCreditSarah Silbiger/The New York Times By Deborah B. Solomon Feb. 12, 2019 WASHINGTON — President ...

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Tech Is Splitting the U.S. Work Force in Two

Supported by Tech Is Splitting the U.S. Work Force in Two A small group of well-educated professionals enjoys rising wages, while most workers toil in low-wage jobs with few chances to advance. Image Taser assembly at Axon in Scottsdale, Ariz. While some jobs are changing or being eliminated because of ...

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U.S. Job Gains Show Employers Shrugged Off Government Shutdown

Supported by U.S. Job Gains Show Employers Shrugged Off Government Shutdown The economy added 304,000 jobs in January, the 100th consecutive month of payroll gains. Unemployment ticked up to 4 percent, possibly a shutdown-related anomaly. By Ben Casselman Jan. 31, 2019 Add the recent government shutdown to the list of ...

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U.S. and Taliban Agree in Principle to Peace Framework, Envoy Says

Supported by U.S. and Taliban Agree in Principle to Peace Framework, Envoy Says Image Afghan Army troops, left, and American soldiers attacking a Taliban firing position in 2013.CreditCreditBryan Denton for The New York Times By Mujib Mashal Jan. 28, 2019 KABUL, Afghanistan — American and Taliban officials have agreed in ...

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Venezuela’s Military Backs Maduro, as Russia Warns U.S. Not to Intervene

Supported by Venezuela’s Military Backs Maduro, as Russia Warns U.S. Not to Intervene Video Vladimir Padrino López, the head of Venezuela’s armed forces, reaffirmed his support for President Nicolás Maduro, saying Juan Guaidó proclaiming himself president was tantamount to a coup.CreditCreditLuis Robayo/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images By Ana Vanessa Herrero ...

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Maduro Cuts Ties with U.S. After Trump Recognizes New Leader in Venezuela

Supported by Maduro Cuts Ties with U.S. After Trump Recognizes New Leader in Venezuela Image Supporters of the Venezuelan opposition marching in Caracas on Wednesday, the anniversary of the 1958 uprising that overthrew the military dictatorship.CreditCreditAdriana Loureiro/Reuters By Ana Vanessa Herrero Jan. 23, 2019 Leer en español CARACAS, Venezuela — ...

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