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Israel and Evangelicals: New U.S. Embassy Signals a Growing Alliance

Israel and Evangelicals: New U.S. Embassy Signals a Growing Alliance Image Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, left, and David M. Friedman, the American ambassador to Israel, at the dedication of the American Embassy in Jerusalem. “You’re running a country, you need friends,” Mr. Friedman said.CreditRonen Zvulun/Reuters By David D. ...

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U.S. Takes a Risk: Old Iraqi Enemies Are Now Allies

MOSUL, Iraq — Iraq’s interior minister, Qassim al-Araji, has a troubled history with the United States. He was detained twice by the Americans at the notorious Camp Bucca prison during the Iraq war and held for 23 months, accused of smuggling Iranian-made bombs that had become effective killers of American ...

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Trump Withdraws U.S. From ‘One-Sided’ Iran Nuclear Deal

Trump Withdraws U.S. From ‘One-Sided’ Iran Nuclear Deal Video President Trump said pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal sends a message that “the United States no longer makes empty threats.”Published OnMay 8, 2018CreditImage by Doug Mills/The New York Times WASHINGTON — President Trump declared on Tuesday that he was ...

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Migrant Caravan of Asylum Seekers Reaches U.S. Border

TIJUANA, Mexico — A long, grueling journey gave way to what could be a long, uncertain asylum process Sunday as a caravan of immigrants finally reached the border between the United States and Mexico, setting up a dramatic moment and a test of President Trump’s anti-immigrant politics. More than 150 ...

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‘Mexico First’ Campaign Could End Welcome for U.S. Oil Giants

A Petróleos Mexicanos refinery in Tula, north of Mexico City. The leading presidential candidate has proposed building two refineries to process crude oil for domestic consumption, a move that would reduce imports of American gasoline. Alejandro Cegarra/Bloomberg HOUSTON — As President Trump moves to recast trade and border relations with ...

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U.S. Moves to Block Sales by Chinese Telecom Equipment Makers

The United States undercut China’s technology ambitions on Tuesday, advancing a new rule that would limit the ability of Chinese telecommunications companies to sell their products in this country. The Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously to move forward with a plan that would prevent federally subsidized telecommunications carriers from using ...

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Germs with unusual antibiotic resistance widespread in U.S.

Health departments working with CDC’s Antibiotic Resistance (AR) Lab Network found more than 220 instances of germs with “unusual” antibiotic resistance genes in the United States last year, according to a CDC Vital Signs report released today. Germs with unusual resistance include those that cannot be killed by all or ...

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