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A Republican congressman from Florida made a special demonstration of his loyalty to President Trump last week by introducing an amendment to protect him from the Russia investigation led by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III.
Ryan Kendall knew that change wasn’t possible. But after his conservative parents discovered Kendall was gay when he was 14, he didn’t have a choice but to try.
A new project aims to build a database to acknowledge and honor Sino-US World War II combatants, as Dong Leshuo reports from Washington.
They are dying almost every day, and Ed Gor is trying to find them before they do.
"They" are the estimated 20,000 Chinese-Americans who fought in World War II. Nobody knows how many are still alive.
President Donald Trump won a victory, at least a temporary one, in the simmering crisis on the Korean Peninsula recently when North Korean leader Kim Jong Un backed down on his threats to launch missiles into waters near Guam. The president tweeted that Kim “made a very wise and well reasoned decision.
HANDS OFF OUR CYBER DIPLOMATS — Congress is still out on recess and lawmakers are still back in their districts, but we’re already seeing rumblings of the legislative cyber debates to come. On Wednesday, six House Democrats moved to block Secretary of State Rex Tillerson from closing the State Department office that coordinates government-wide cyber diplomacy. Rep.
Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) is claiming that Ivanka Trump has blocked him on Twitter.
On Sunday, Lieu tweeted out an image showing that Trump, who is the president's daughter and serving as an unpaid adviser in the White House, had blocked him on the social media site.
President Donald Trump has the authority to launch a strike against North Korea without congressional approval, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said Thursday.
Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) on Friday slammed President Trump's rhetoric toward North Korea as "reckless" and urged him to pursue a diplomatic solution to Washington's escalating tensions with Pyongyang.