Republican Controlled Border States Pledge Nearly 1,600 National Guard Troops To Protect Border

Republican Controlled Border States Pledge Nearly 1,600 National Guard Troops To Protect Border

Republican governors for the U.S. border states of Texas, New Mexico and Arizona pledged nearly 1,600 National Guard troops in total as of Monday evening to deploy to the U.S. border with Mexico in their respective states to assist with border security.

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North Korean Tells U.S. Directly It Is Willing To Discuss Denuclearization

North Korean Tells U.S. Directly It Is Willing To Discuss Denuclearization

North Korea told U.S. officials that it is willing to begin discussing denuclearization of the rogue nation in an upcoming summit planned between President Donald Trump and North Korea’s supreme leader Kim Jong Un.

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State Department Requests To Review Social Media History For Certain U.S. Visa Applicants

State Department Requests To Review Social Media History For Certain U.S. Visa Applicants

The U.S. Department of State filed a request on Friday proposing that the department be authorized to review detailed social media history of certain individuals applying for a visa to enter the United States, a measure that falls in line with President Donald Trump’s policy to increase vetting measures.

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Two Coalition Military Troops Killed By Roadside Bomb In Syria Including One America

Two Coalition Military Troops Killed By Roadside Bomb In Syria Including One America

An improvised explosive device (IED) that was ignited in an attack in Syria killed two coalition troops, including one American service member, and wounded five others late Thursday night, the U.S. military announced in a statement on Friday.

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ICE Arrest Several Criminal Illegal Aliens In Texas And Oklahoma During Three-Day Operation

ICE Arrest Several Criminal Illegal Aliens In Texas And Oklahoma During Three-Day Operation

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency announced that it arrested 89 “criminal aliens and immigration fugitives” in North Texas and Oklahoma during a three day operation that was conducted from March 20-22.

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President Trump Signs New Memorandum Banning Most Transgenders From Serving In The U.S. Military

President Trump Signs New Memorandum Banning Most Transgenders From Serving In The U.S. Military

President Donald Trump rescinded an August memorandum banning transgender individuals from joining and serving in the U.S. military and signed a new memorandum on Friday evening banning most transgender individuals from the U.S. military except in the case of “limited circumstances.”

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Justice Department Charges Nine Iranians For Global Cyber Attacks On Behalf Of Revolutionary Guard

Justice Department Charges Nine Iranians For Global Cyber Attacks On Behalf Of Revolutionary Guard

The U.S. Department of Justice announced charges against nine Iranian individuals and one Iranian company on Friday for carrying cyber-attacks on numerous entities in the U.S. and around the world to hack into their systems on behalf of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps in Iran.

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Mike Pompeo Says U.S. Will Continue To Put Pressure On North Korea Until Objectives Are Obtained

Mike Pompeo Says U.S. Will Continue To Put Pressure On North Korea Until Objectives Are Obtained

Central Intelligence Director Mike Pompeo said on Sunday during an interview with CBS’s “Face the Nation” that the U.S. will continue to put pressure on North Korea until the Trump administration gets the objectives it has set forth with the rogue regime with respect to the upcoming talks between President Donald Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un.

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North Korea Willing To Conduct Talks With The United States

North Korea Willing To Conduct Talks With The United States

A North Korean official told South Korea President Moon Jae-in on Sunday during a meeting in Pyeongchang, South Korea that the rogue regime was willing to hold talks with the U.S., South Korea’s new agency Yonhap reported.

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U.S. To Implement New Security Measures For Refugee Admittance Program

U.S. To Implement New Security Measures For Refugee Admittance Program

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced on Monday that it will be upgrading its security measures within it refugee admittance program to help prevent criminals and terrorist from entering the U.S. from “high risk” countries.

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U.S. Sanctions Six Individuals In Pakistan Linked To Taliban And Haqqani Terrorist Groups

U.S. Sanctions Six Individuals In Pakistan Linked To Taliban And Haqqani Terrorist Groups

The U.S. Department of Treasury on Thursday imposed sanctions against six men in Pakistan that are linked to the Afghan Taliban and the Haqqani terrorist groups.  Two of the men are Pakistani national and four are Afghani living in Pakistan.

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White House Unveils Proposal For New Immigration Bill Giving Pathway To Citizenship To Dreamers

White House Unveils Proposal For New Immigration Bill Giving Pathway To Citizenship To Dreamers

White House aide Stephen Miller unveiled the Trump administration’s immigration bill proposal on Thursday that provides a pathway to citizenship to up to 1.8 million dreamers and requests $25 billion in funding for a border security wall along the U.S. southern border with Mexico.

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U.S. Supreme Court Agrees To Hear And Rule On Trump’s Latest Travel Ban Version

U.S. Supreme Court Agrees To Hear And Rule On Trump’s Latest Travel Ban Version

The U.S. Supreme Court announced on Friday that it will hear an appeal to injunctions imposed by lower courts on President Donald Trump’s latest memorandum restricting travel into the U.S. from certain countries, which has become known popularly as the “travel ban.”

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Islamic State Affiliate Leader Claims Attack That Killed Four U.S. Special Forces Soldiers In Niger

Islamic State Affiliate Leader Claims Attack That Killed Four U.S. Special Forces Soldiers In Niger

The leader of the Islamic State’s affiliate group operating in the West Africa region claimed responsibility for the October attack that killed four U.S. Special Forces soldiers and four Niger soldiers, Nouakchott News Agency (ANI) reported on Saturday.

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China’s Imports From North Korea Drop To Lowest Level In December Since 2014

China’s Imports From North Korea Drop To Lowest Level In December Since 2014

China’s imports from North Korea in December drops to its lowest level in monetary terms since the beginning of 2014, according to Chines customs spokesman Huang Songping who provided the information on Friday at a briefing in Beijing, China.

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U.S. House Votes To Renew NSA Electronic Surveillance Program

U.S. House Votes To Renew NSA Electronic Surveillance Program

The U.S. House of Representatives voted 256-164 on Thursday to renew Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act for six years, in spite of some U.S. Representatives from both parties calling for a delay to the vote and proposing alternative legislation.

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Nikki Haley Says Trump’s Nuclear Button Tweet Is To Keep Kim Jong-Un ‘On His Toes’

Nikki Haley Says Trump’s Nuclear Button Tweet Is To Keep Kim Jong-Un ‘On His Toes’

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said on Sunday that President Donald Trump’s tweet about having a larger nuclear button than North Korea’s Kim Jong-un was intended to always keep Jong-un “on his toes.”

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