While Donald Trump plays with conjuring up an emergency on the US border with Mexico to divert funds for his wall, seasoned observers believe the nuclear powers of North Korea and Russia present a much more dangerous threat than a few illegal immigrants
On Tuesday, US president Donald Trump will deliver his second State of the Union Address to the American people. The prime-time address will be carried live by news networks, affiliates and cable channels.
Following her invitation, disinvitation and re-invitation after he came to heel, temporarily at least, by ending the government shutdown, Trump will deliver his address from what is now Democratic speaker Nancy Pelosi’s House. Pelosi, as befits her new status as speaker of...
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Neale Richmond: Irish producers must strive to replace British suppliers in Europe
We need to aggressively pursue one of the few opportunities Brexit presents by expanding our reach into the EU market
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With the government moving apace to legislate for people working remotely, employers and employees need assurances