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US poised to withdraw remaining troops from northeastern Syria: Pentagon
The Pentagon has announced that the United States is set to withdraw the rest of its troops from northeastern Syria amid an ongoing Turkish offensive in the region.
US hostility with IRGC has amplified force’s dignity: Leader
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said US hostility toward the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has merely added to the force’s dignity.
US supports Turkey's incursion into Syria: Analyst
The United States is really supporting the Turkish incursion into northern Syria by refusing to take any policy action against, according to an American writer and political commentator.
US-China trade war remain unresolved despite partial truce
US President Donald Trump has touted his partial, unsigned trade deal with China as a major achievement and the best deal US farmers have ever secured, but the grievances that led Washington and Beijing to impose massive tariffs on each other’s goods remain largely unresolved.
Al-Houthi calls on US to ‘learn from Vietnam’ as US announces deployment in Saudi Arabia
Head of Yemen's Supreme Revolutionary Committee has called on the US to "learn from Vietnam" after Washington announced plans to deploy about 2,000 additional troops to Saudi Arabia.
US troop deployment to Saudi Arabia highlights regime’s weakness: Analyst
The new US troop deployment to Saudi Arabia to boost the country’s defenses after attacks on its oil installations underscores the regime’s weakness and its influence in Washington, says an American political analyst.
US-China issues of dispute remain vast despite trade truce
The US President Donald Trump’s administration and China declared a temporary truce in their 15-month trade war. Yet the grievances that led them to impose tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars of each other's goods remain largely unresolved.
Judges in US block green card denials for immigrants on public aid
Federal judges in three US states temporarily blocked Donald Trump’s policy to deny green cards to many immigrants who use Medicaid, food stamps and other government benefits, dealing a setback to one of the president’s most aggressive moves yet to cut legal immigration and make it more based on employment skills than family ties.
Wasted health care spending in US tops annual defense budget, study finds
The administrative tasks required of doctors, nurses and other medical professionals are so complex and time-consuming that they squander hundreds of billions of dollars each year, according to a new analysis of health care spending in the US.
US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross slams China's trade practices
US Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross has slammed China's trade practices amid the festering trade war with Beijing, saying US tariffs are forcing Beijing to pay attention to US concerns.
US migrant policy sends thousands of babies, toddlers back to Mexico
Since January, the US government has ordered 13,000 migrants under 18, including more than 400 infants, to wait with their families in Mexico for US immigration court hearings, a Reuters analysis of government data found.
US counter-terror analyst arrested for leaking classified information
A counter-terrorism analyst at the US Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) has been arrested for allegedly leaking top secret information to two journalists, according to the US Justice Department.
STD cases in US rose to record high in 2018: CDC
The number of Americans who were diagnosed with a sexually transmitted disease (STD) last year rose to a record high, U.S. health officials said on Tuesday, partly because funding for local health departments has dropped.
Most Democrats willing to risk 2020 US election to impeach Trump: Poll
Most Democrats want to impeach US President Donald Trump, even if it increases the prospect for the re-election the Republican president in the 2020 US presidential election, according to a new poll.
US sanctions impeding treatment of Iranian victims of Saddam’s chemical attacks: OPCW envoy
Iran’s ambassador and permanent representative to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) says unilateral US sanctions have prevented the country’s access to medical and health services required to treat victims of chemical attacks carried out by former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein in 1980s.

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