That money will be used in part, Trump said, to grow the USA fleet closer to his goal of 355 ships, up from the current count of about 280. "In recent years, the problem grew worse". Trump said. His speech came a day after he kicked up fears of ratcheting tensions on the Korean peninsula for canceling a diplomatic summit with North Korea's leader scheduled for next month.
The NFL was lambasted by many in and around the league on Wednesday upon the passage of the new policies, as Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins expressed concern about the new policy among many others. Like the rest of the country, the only thing people can agree on is that they disagree. It surely was in Baldwin's mind Wednesday when he called Trump "an idiot, plain and simple," the quote that took on a life of its own.
A bidding war would further complicate a global game of M&A chess among media giants. It said any bid would be all-cash and at a premium to the value of the current $52.4bn all-share offer from Disney . The government is fighting that merger in court, and its outcome may determine the fate of Comcast's bid. Disney wouldn't get all that Fox has to offer, however, as Murdoch would still run the Fox News channel, the Fox broadcast network in the US, and the FS1 Sports network, as ...
Houston Texans star JJ Watt has visited survivors of the Santa Fe shooting in hospital following the massacre that left 10 people dead. Seventeen-year-old junior Shelby Aguilera said walking the empty halls Tuesday was "eerie", adding, "I didn't want to be there and I got sick to my stomach".
President Donald Trump in Singapore on June 12. "If it doesn't happen, maybe it will happen later". This would be with Kim Jong-un - something where he'd be there, he'd be in his country, he'd be running his country. The North is unhappy with the U.S. making it look weak and wants to make sure other issues such as human rights are not brought up during the summit, which could embarrass and undermine the North Korean regime, he said .
If Iran agrees to those demands, he said , the United States would lift sanctions, re-establish diplomatic relations with Tehran and provide it access to technology. The secretary said the administration ultimately wants a ratified treaty. The secretary appealed to Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, a hard-liner, to "summon the courage to do something historically beneficial" for his people.