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  • President Trump's candid conversation with a room full of Republican donors has enough controversial material to fill the Trump news cycle for at least a few days. Because, in addition to criticizing George W Bush for impulsively pushing the US into war, the president offered what is so far his only direct commentary on Chinese President Xi Jinping's push to remove term limits from the Chinese constitution.In the recording, Trump can be heard praising Xi - with whom he has shared a publicly warm but privately antagonistic relationship since taking...
    President Trump slammed former President George W. Bush over the 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq - referring to it as "the single worst decision ever made," and that it was comparable to "throwing a big fat brick into a hornet's nest."  Speaking to a group of GOP donors at a Mar-a-Lago closed door lunch and fundraiser, Trump also mocked Bush's intellect: "Here we are, like the dummies of the world, because we had bad politicians running our country for a long time," reported CNN - which obtained leaked audio from the event. "That was...
    CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — About 1,400 union members at Frontier Communications have gone on strike in West Virginia and parts of Virginia after a contract extension expired. The Communications Workers of America says its members in District 2-13 went on strike early Sunday. Negotiations between the union and company have been ongoing since last May […]...
    AIPAC has finessed Israel's occupation for too long, and refuses to push back against Trump and the GOP's 'America First' nativism. That's why for many on the American Jewish left, AIPAC is now the enemy...
    Notes on the tragic country trashed by our big fat president.I arrived in El Salvador to attend a family wedding last week, just days before President Trump tweeted about this "shithole country," depicting it as a danger to and a drain on American society.  MS-13 gang members are being removed by our Great ICE and Border Patrol Agents by the thousands, but these killers come back in from El Salvador, and through Mexico, like water. El Salvador just takes our money, and Mexico must help MORE with this problem. We need The...
    At 65, the phenomenally creative David Byrne is still rock’s renaissance man. As he launches his first solo album in 14 years, he reveals why he’s started collecting reasons to be cheerfulThe first time David Byrne came to the Roundhouse in Camden was in 1977, when his band, Talking Heads, supported the Ramones. Both bands were deluged with phlegm, because that’s what punks thought they were meant to do then. Forty-one years later, the man, the venue and the fans have all changed. Tonight, Byrne is treating a small, respectful...
    Demand from Chinese workers raises demand for skin and body parts of endangered speciesConservationists who have uncovered a growing illegal trade in jaguar fangs in South America are linking it to Chinese construction projects that could be threatening wildlife globally.Experts say major Chinese power plant, road and rail works in developing nations are key stimulants of illicit trade in the skins, bones and horns of endangered animals. Continue reading......
    Niles Niami specialises in homes for the super-rich. All he needs is a billionaire to snap up his LA hilltop mansion called The OneNiles Niami stands on the rooftop of the most expensive house in America, the latest property he has built for billionaires, and considers the best way to describe his design aesthetic. “Badass,” he grins. “Yeah. Badass.”Sweeping in every direction is a panoramic view of Los Angeles and the Pacific Ocean. Beneath him is a gargantuan glass and marble residence with moats, four swimming pools, 20 bedrooms, a...
    As the MLS embarks on the 2018 season, here’s a look at the top storylines and which teams will be competing for league-wide supremacy. South America on the rise Last season, MLS started its shift when aiming for star power to attract fans. Instead of aging European stars, teams like Atlanta United and others opted......
    After a prolific half-century in music that has earned him the unofficial title of America's foremost living composer, Philip Glass could be forgiven if he......

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