U.S. Rep. Tom O’Halleran, D-Ariz., (middle), listens as President Russell Begaye speaks during a uranium town hall meeting May 30 in Cameron.
PRESIDENT BEGAYE: NO URANIUM EXPLORATION, EXTRACTION OR TRANSPORTATION ON NAVAJO LANDS
By Navajo Nation President Begaye Press Office
WINDOW ROCK—President Russell Begaye is applauding the U.S. House of Representatives for
Financial disclosures reveal extensive external income earned while working for president, raising conflicts of interest concerns
Financial disclosure forms released on Monday revealed how much Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner have earned from outside income while working at the White House, resurrecting concerns over possible conflicts of interest.
The disclosures showed that the president’s daughter and son-in-law earned more than $82m in outside income in their first year serving as senior advisers to the president, the Washington Post first reported. Ivanka made $3.9m from her stake in the Trump International Hotel and reported more than $5m in earnings from her personal brand.
xenophobia an racism has huge health costs for Brits
Only one-third of requests by overseas medics accepted, despite NHS staff shortages
More than 2,300 visa applications by doctors looking to work in the UK have been refused in five months, official figures show.
There were 3,597 requests from doctors for tier 2 visas between 6 November and 5 April, but only 34% were successful.
buffoons and bullies don’t understand much except their own small feelings.
Trump’s comments dash hopes of resolving US-Canada trade row, and may lead to economic hardships on both sides
Donald Trump has doubled down on his criticism of Justin Trudeau, warning that his stance on trade discussions was a “mistake” that would cost Canada “a lot of money”.
At a news conference on Tuesday after his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Trump referred to the Canadian prime minister’s pledge to proceed with retaliatory measures in response to Trump’s move to impose tariffs on aluminum and steel.
We may laugh at how people in the past fell for phony remedies — but we can fall for the same tricks.
The United States made important concessions to North Korea, and got nothing tangible.
Officials, experts and allies warned that Mr. Trump’s promise to end military exercises on the Korean Peninsula could hurt combat readiness.
The biosphere will handle pretty much anything we throw at it. Where that leaves humans is a different question.
Senator Orrin G. Hatch of Utah, the Republican chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, said, “I thought he should’ve kept his big mouth shut.” And Marc Short, the White House director of legislative affairs, said that Mr. Navarro’s comments were not the words that he would have chosen to characterize the leader of Canada. “I think that the Judgment Day that separates us from Heaven and Hell is not dependent on whether you agree with the president,” Mr. Short told CNN.
The Trump-Kim meeting was initially greeted with relief in South Korea. Then Mr. Trump delivered a shocker: an end to joint military drills.