Crisis talks to broker Brexit deal ‘have gone as far as they can’

Crisis talks to broker a Brexit deal between the government and Labour have collapsed, Jeremy Corbyn has announced. The Labour leader said the negotiations have “gone as far as they can” because “we have been unable to bridge important policy gaps between us”. He complained that as a leadership race kicks off in the Conservative Party, “the position of the […]

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Bait crisis could take the steam out of lobster this summer

Maine lobster fishing family business tradition continues for generations Members of the Beal family of Jonesport, Maine have been getting up before the sun for generations to catch lobsters. Fox News’ Carley Shimkus explores the hidden secrets behind the family business success. PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — The boom times for the U.S. lobster industry are imperiled this year because of […]

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Border crisis: When will Dems in Congress admit their hatred for Trump means more than US security?

With President Trump’s announcement Friday of his veto of the congressional resolution blocking the Border Emergency declaration, our president continues to stand strong on the United States’ border security crisis despite ongoing efforts from Democrats to halt the action. In the wake of this veto, many of his critics and members of the mainstream media continue to lose their minds over […]

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Venezuela crisis: Keys to a peaceful power transition and freedom of American detainees

Freed Venezuela prisoner Josh Holt: I was a trophy to them Utah native Josh Holt explains what it was like to be held captive in Venezuela and how he was released. American diplomats continue to target the Venezuelan state-run oil company PDVSA as part of the United States-led sanctions to cut off the financial assets of embattled President Nicolás Maduro's […]

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Border crisis: America, here's an abbreviated history of border walls

New border wall about to be built in south Texas Two border wall projects totaling 14 miles will start this month I was recently given the unique privilege of viewing a remote, yet extremely important tract of land that cuts the Korean Peninsula in half. It is known as the DMZ—the Demilitarized Zone—or by the infamous reference “The 38th Parallel.” In all, […]

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