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Toyota's announcement comes just days after Mercedes-Benz and Volvo both committed to expanding their production plants in Alabama and SC, respectively. In January, Toyota pledged to expand production and invest $10 billion in the U.S. The latest round of investments brings Toyota almost halfway, or $4.1 billion, toward that commitment.
  • US Commerce Secretary Ross says tone

    US Commerce Secretary Ross says tone "pretty good" with China

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    Ross will return to China with "a senior level trade mission.to reduce the trade deficit through increased exports of high-value USA goods and services to China and improved market access for U.S. Beijing is Mr Ross' first stop on a trip to Asia from Sunday to Friday that also includes visits to Hong Kong, Bangkok and Vientiane, Laos. Trump called Xi a "friend" for whom he has "great respect" after they met at the USA leader's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida in April.
  • Trump's New Travel Restrictions Add North Korea, Chad & Venezuela To The List

    Trump's New Travel Restrictions Add North Korea, Chad & Venezuela To The List

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    A new ban on travel to the U.S. now includes citizens of North Korea and Chad , as well as Venezuelan senior government officials and their immediate families. However North Korea , Venezuela and Chad have been added. The officials of the Senior administration said that a review of Sudan's cooperation with the USA government on national security and information-sharing showed that it was appropriate to remove it from the list, according to Washington Post .
  • Mass. pols speak out against new travel bans

    Mass. pols speak out against new travel bans

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    While the conditions applied to Libya , Syria and Yemen remain unaltered, restrictions against Somalia will be relaxed for non-immigrant visitors , while restrictions against Iran will be altered to help students and other exchange visitors.
  • Twitter explains why they won't delete Trump tweet threatening NK

    Twitter explains why they won't delete Trump tweet threatening NK

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    Last month, Kal Penn, the actor and former aide to Barack Obama, urged Twitter to take stronger measures after Trump warned North Korea that the us military was "locked and loaded". Twitter has taken the rare step of publicly commenting on one of President Trump's tweets - only to declare, to the chagrin of many users, that its policy against tweets containing violent threats isn't so cut-and-dried when the threats in question come from the president of the United States.
  • Trump vs NFL and First Amendment: Darcy cartoon

    Trump vs NFL and First Amendment: Darcy cartoon

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    He also commented on the level of booing being the loudest he's "ever heard" during Monday night's matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and the Arizona Cardinals , saying there was "great anger" at the game . Pavlich said President Trump is on the right side of the issue, as well as the side of most Americans. He also urged the NFL to create a rule that would "not allow people" to kneel during the playing of the national anthem.
  • IRS shares information with Mueller's special counsel probe

    IRS shares information with Mueller's special counsel probe

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    A former high-level Justice Department official told the network that the IRS information shared most likely included real estate and banking records - "anything tax-related". The special counsel's office made a decision to proceed with the search on Manafort's home with only Federal Bureau of Investigation agents carrying it out, the sources said.
  • Venezuelan Foreign Minister Dismisses US Travel Ban

    Venezuelan Foreign Minister Dismisses US Travel Ban

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    Venezuela's government fired back Monday after the Trump administration included the South American country in its latest travel ban. "We have to stop the madness and the irrationality", he said. On Sunday, President Donald Trump signed a proclamation that extends the existing travel restrictions on citizens from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen.
  • Maria downgrades to tropical storm

    Maria downgrades to tropical storm

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    Since Maria will be moving over waters churned up and cooled by Jose in recent days, its strength may be capped near Category 3 hurricane status. Maria is a large hurricane. The chance for severe weather is greatest late Tuesday into Wednesday, and rip currents and beach erosion could continue through Thursday. Maria has slowed down and is moving into conditions no longer favorable for development.
  • U.S. slaps sanctions on 8 North Korean banks

    U.S. slaps sanctions on 8 North Korean banks

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    Foreign Minister Ri told reporters Monday North Korea would shoot down any USA bombers which flew near the Korean Peninsula, even if they didn't enter North Korea's airspace. Despite musings from U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis about a military option that does not entail catastrophic losses in South Korea and Japan, I know of no credible expert who believes there is any such option.
  • Didn't want to shift for just 10 months: Justice Patel

    Didn't want to shift for just 10 months: Justice Patel

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    Justice Patel has sought to be relieved from duty following his impending transfer to Allahabad high court. "The association expresses its strongest possible objection and disapproval against the decision of the collegium of the Supreme Court to transfer Justice Patel", it said.