China agrees to make fentanyl a controlled substance

China has agreed to reclassify fentanyl as a "controlled substance," in what the White House is calling a "wonderful humanitarian gesture" after the much anticipated talks between US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Saturday.
Tags: News, White House, China, US, Xi Jinping, Stories, Donald Trump, Buenos Aires Argentina

China agrees to make fentanyl a controlled substance after talks with US at G20 summit

Those caught selling fentanyl to the US will be "subject to China's maximum penalty under the law," the White House said.
Tags: White House, China, US, G20, Cnn

White House: China has agreed to label fentanyl, tied to US opioid crisis, a controlled substance

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — White House: China has agreed to label fentanyl, tied to US opioid crisis, a controlled substance. [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, White House, China, US, Buenos Aires Argentina

White House: Trump and China's Xi reach 90-day ceasefire agreement on new tariffs to allow trade negotiations

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — White House: Trump and China's Xi reach 90-day ceasefire agreement on new tariffs to allow trade negotiations. [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, White House, China, Trump, Buenos Aires Argentina

How George H.W. Bush became Beijing's 'old friend' in the White House

Chinese President Xi Jinping has praised George H.W. Bush's role in helping to improve China-US relations, in a tribute to the former president of the United States who died on Saturday at the age of 94.
Tags: White House, Cnn, Beijing, United States, Xi Jinping, George H W Bush, China US

How George Bush Befriended Dana Carvey, the ‘S.N.L.’ Comedian Who Impersonated Him

In 1992, George Bush invited Dana Carvey to the White House for a surprise parody act. “I will miss my friend,” the comedian said on Saturday.
Tags: Television, News, White House, George Bush, Bush, George, Dana, United States Politics and Government, Dana Carvey, Carvey, Comedy and Humor, Impersonators and Impressionists (Entertainment

Analysis: As big changes were rocking the world, Bush kept his cool

When it came to the hardest moments of his presidency, George H.W. Bush prized stability and practiced caution. He was a pragmatist, not an ideologue.
Tags: News, World, Nation, Bush, George H W Bush, Nation & World, Nation & World Politics

Rep. Jayapal visits migrants in Tijuana as lawmakers prepare probe into border clashes with U.S. border patrol

Jayapal said she met with Honduran migrants who are trying to save their lives by escaping dangerous conditions in their country.
Tags: News, World, Nation, Local Politics, Tijuana, Nation & World, Nation & World Politics, Jayapal

Trump Agrees Not To Raise Tariff Levels on Chinese Goods; China Agrees To US Purchases. Two Sides To Start Broader Negotiations.

U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed Saturday to keep their trade war from escalating with a promise to temporarily halt the imposition of new tariffs [the link may be paywalled; alternative source], as the world's two largest economies negotiate a lasting agreement. China also agreed to further marketing opening, its foreign minister said. In a statement, White House said the U.S. had agreed not to increase tariffs on Chinese goods to 25% on Jan. 1. From a report:...
Tags: White House, China, US, Tech, Xi Jinping, Argentina, Donald Trump, Buenos Aires, Trump, Wang Yi, White House Press, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Chinese Foreign

Donald Trump and Xi Jinping declare trade truce at G20

US officials say president will wait 90 days before imposing 25% tariffs to allow negotiations Donald Trump has delayed for 90 days his threatened imposition of 25% tariffs on Chinese imports after a dinner meeting with Xi Jinping, to give time for negotiations on longstanding trade disputes between the two countries, the White House has said.Trump said their dinner after the G20 summit in Buenos Aires “was an amazing and productive meeting with unlimited possibilities for both the United States...
Tags: White House, China, US, G20, World news, United States, Xi Jinping, Donald Trump, Buenos Aires, Trump, Trump Administration

Trump met briefly with Putin at G20 meeting

President Donald Trump had an "informal" conversation with the Russian president, the White House said Saturday.            [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Putin, White House, G20, Usa Today, Donald Trump, Trump

Analysis: Seeking truth, Mueller exposes culture of lies around Trump

They lied to federal authorities even when they had lawyers advising them, even when the risk of getting caught was high and even when the consequences for them were dire.
Tags: News, Nation, Trump, Mueller, Nation & World, Nation & World Politics

Russian journalist seen 'behaving suspiciously' at UK military base

London-based Timur Siraziev was reportedly filming at 77th Brigade’s Berkshire barracksA Russian journalist was monitored for “suspicious behaviour” close to a British military base, the Ministry of Defence has said.Timur Siraziev was seen repeatedly passing the 77th Brigade’s barracks in Hermitage, Berkshire, the Mail on Sunday reported. The newspaper said he had been recorded by the base’s security cameras and had been seen filming close to the perimeter fence. Continue reading...
Tags: Politics, UK, London, Russia, Conservatives, UK News, Military, Ministry Of Defence, Berkshire, Gavin Williamson, Timur Siraziev, 77th Brigade, Hermitage Berkshire

General Motors a lesson in government overreach

The thing to remember about General Motors, which just announced plans to close three plants in Ohio, Michigan and Ontario, cutting about 14,000 jobs, is that the company doesn’t operate under capitalism. Its statements have to be analyzed politically, not financially. In capitalism, the government’s role is limited to setting the rules of the road so innocent people aren’t killed in somebody else’s crashes. But in the system in which General Motors operates, the government’s role is to create a...
Tags: Congress, Opinion, Washington, Barack Obama, General Motors, Sport, Soccer, United States, House, Mary Barra, Gm, Cbs, Ohio, Michigan, Nancy Pelosi, Detroit

When a Therapist and Journalist Comes Clean About Her Self-Doubt

As a career therapist since 1979 who decided to traverse a professional writing path beginning a bit less than a decade later, I have blended two of my passions; guiding people on their own journeys and communicating the thoughts that insist on being documented for posterity. Lofty pursuits? Perhaps. Fraught with challenges and responsibility for integrity? Absolutely. Thus, this article. A week ago, Psych Central published a piece called, “ How the President’s Communication Style Is Like...
Tags: Psychology, Google, Facebook, Politics, Aging, Vulnerability, Personal, Trauma, Self-doubt, Stigma, Authenticity, Brown, Oval Office, DSM, Brené, Minding the Media

The Oak Ridge Boys Found A Friend And A Fan In President George H.W. Bush

President Bush invited the band The Oak Ridge Boys to perform at the White House and even took them on Air Force One. NPR's Michel Martin talks with band member Joe Bonsall about his memories of Bush.
Tags: News, White House, Npr, Bush, George H W Bush, Michel Martin, Joe Bonsall

President George H.W. Bush mourned by both parties in Southern California as kind, tough man of service

In 1988, California’s politics were different than they are now, and the right Republican candidate could win a majority here. Republican George Bush carried California in that election — the last time a GOP presidential nominee won the state — defeating Democrat Michael Dukakis in every Southern California county except Los Angeles. The region’s affection for Bush was partly attributable to the fact he was vice president under former California Gov. Ronald Reagan. But it was largely a tribute t...
Tags: Texas, California, White House, Defense, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Gop, United States, Ronald Reagan, Connecticut, Bill Clinton, George Bush, Little League, Cia, Republican

Genius Ryan Zinke Calls Congressman Who Will Likely Be Future Oversight Chair a Drunk

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke—a man who wears ranger hats backwards and spreads conspiracy theories about “radical environmentalists” are responsible for wildfires when he’s not destroying public land protections and calling for more drilling—just accused a sitting congressman of alcoholism in retaliation for writing…Read more...
Tags: Politics, Science, Environment, Ethics, Conservation, Interior Department, Interior, Ryan Zinke, House Natural Resources Committee, Raúl Grijalva, 4 Dimensional Chess

Here’s where President George H.W. Bush’s presidency ranks in history

George Herbert Walker Bush, 1924-2018, was a combat pilot and a successful businessman who dedicated his life to public service. He became the 41st president. “The American Dream means giving it your all, trying your hardest, accomplishing something. And then I’d add to that, giving something back. No definition of a successful life can do anything but include serving others.” — George H. W. Bush Ranking the presidents The 2014 Brookings Institution survey scored presidents on a scale of...
Tags: Politics, News, California News, Infographic, Sport, World news, Soccer, University Of Houston, American Dream, Brookings Institution, George H W Bush, George Herbert Walker Bush, Boise State University, National News, Brandon Rottinghaus, Top Stories LADN

Putin says briefed Trump on Ukraine, wants fuller talks

Russian President Vladimir Putin said Saturday he had explained his position in the Ukraine crisis to US leader Donald Trump at a G20 summit, and remained open to proper talks. Trump had cancelled a scheduled bilateral meeting with Putin in Argentina, but White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said the two did have an "informal" conversation when they crossed paths at a summit dinner Friday. Putin, briefing reporters after the summit concluded, characterised the encounter as more significant.
Tags: News, Putin, Vladimir Putin, White House, US, Ukraine, Argentina, Donald Trump, Trump, Sarah Sanders

H.W. Bush White House Once Ordered Drug Buy From Teen For Presidential TV Stunt

A black student was sentenced to 10 years in prison over the incident that has recirculated after the president's death.
Tags: News, White House, Bush

'Dear Bill': Clinton heralds letter from Bush as source of lasting friendship

The 42nd president, who received a celebrated Oval Office note from his predecessor, offers hope for more unified futureAfter the death of the man he beat for the White House, Bill Clinton remembered a famous letter left in the Oval Office and said: “I just loved him.” Related: George HW Bush, an American patriot with a deep sense of duty Continue reading...
Tags: White House, Barack Obama, US news, US politics, Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter, Donald Trump, Clinton, Bush, George Hw Bush, Oval Office, Dear Bill

Trump to send Air Force One to Texas to transport former President George H.W. Bush’s casket to Washington.

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Trump to send Air Force One to Texas to transport former President George H.W. Bush’s casket to Washington.
Tags: Texas, News, Washington, Trump, George H W Bush, Buenos Aires Argentina, Nation & World Politics

Trump opens trade dinner with Xi, hails their ‘special’ relationship, says hopeful for agreement at ‘some point’

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Trump opens trade dinner with Xi, hails their ‘special’ relationship, says hopeful for agreement at ‘some point’
Tags: News, Trump, Buenos Aires Argentina, Nation & World Politics

From Bush to Clinton, a grace note for the ages

WASHINGTON (AP) — It was a grace note for the ages. “Dear Bill,” George H.W. Bush scribbled Jan. 20, 1993, to the Democrat about to succeed him as president. “When I walked into this office just now I felt the same sense of wonder and respect that I felt four years ago. I know you […]
Tags: News, Washington, Ap, Clinton, Bush, Nation & World, Nation & World Politics, Dear Bill George H W Bush

Mattis cites Putin for ‘duplicitous’ actions on missile pact

WASHINGTON (AP) — Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on Saturday took aim at Russian President Vladimir Putin, accusing him of trying to “muck around” in the U.S. midterm elections, of duplicity in arms control and of acting irresponsibly in last weekend’s naval confrontation with Ukraine. In remarks at the Reagan National Defense Forum in Simi Valley, […]
Tags: News, Putin, Vladimir Putin, Washington, Defense, Ukraine, Ap, Simi Valley, Mattis, Reagan National Defense Forum, Nation & World, Nation & World Politics, Jim Mattis

Theresa May insists she will be the leader to take UK out of the EU

Prime minister hints that she won’t stand aside, but dodges questions on her legacyTheresa May has insisted she will be the prime minister who takes the UK out of the EU, hinting that she has no intention of standing aside if she loses the crucial vote on her deal in parliament.Speaking at the G20 summit in Argentina ahead of a treacherous nine days leading up to the meaningful vote on her Brexit deal, when up to 100 of her party’s MPs could vote against her, May said she believed there was a lo...
Tags: Politics, UK, Eu, G20, European Union, Conservatives, UK News, Theresa May, Foreign Policy, Argentina, Brexit

For Imran Khan, this is the time for introspection

MARCH 4, 2018: For Imran Khan, this is the time for introspection (Daily Times) After the Panama verdict in 2017 that ousted Nawaz Sharif as the Prime Minister, it was viewed by many as the boost for the fortunes of Imran Khan and his party Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI). Eight months later, it is unclear if... Read More The post For Imran Khan, this is the time for introspection appeared first on Jahane Rumi.
Tags: Politics, Religion, Imran Khan, Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, Panama, PTI, Daily Times, Pakistan Tehreek, Published in The Daily Times, Insaf PTI, PMLN

Congressional leaders announce Bush to lie in state in Capitol Rotunda from Monday evening through Wednesday morning

WASHINGTON (AP) — Congressional leaders announce Bush to lie in state in Capitol Rotunda from Monday evening through Wednesday morning.
Tags: News, Washington, Ap, Bush, Congressional, Capitol Rotunda, Nation & World, Nation & World Politics

Utah say goodbye to $1 million for parks during ’13 shutdown

WASHINGTON (AP) — Utah leaders are resigned to the fact that they are likely to never be repaid the nearly $1 million the state spent in 2013 to keep its popular national parks open during a government shutdown. It would take an act of Congress to get repaid, and Republican U.S. Rep. Rob Bishop acknowledges […]
Tags: Travel, Utah, News, Congress, Washington, Ap, Rob Bishop, Nation & World, Nation & World Politics

show more filters
November - 2018
December - 2018
January - 2019