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US President Donald Trump latest effort to reshape trade policies to support his “America First” agenda will focus over the next several months on three separate trade agreements with Japan, the UK and the EU, BBC News reported Wednesday. The negotiations come on the heels of the U.S. fighting a trade war with China, the world’s largest economy, the report said. "We will continue to expand U.S. trade and investment by negotiating trade agreements with Japan, the EU and the United Kingdom," US

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The caravan of migrants fleeing Honduras has grown to 4,000 as they traversed Guatemala as Mexican officials dispatched 500 federal police to its border in anticipation of their arrival on Wednesday, according to NBC News. The caravan had split into two groups as they moved north, with one now approaching the Mexico-Guatemala border with the intention to claim asylum once they arrive at the United States-Mexico border. U.S. Border Patrol agents apprehended more than 41,000 undocumented

Pastor Andy Mason concludes the "ENCOURAGE" sermon series at First Christian Church of Seminole with an excellent sermon on encouragement.

AEM Limited, a unit of AMETEK Aerospace & Defense, has signed an agreement with ASL Airlines Belgium (ASLB), the worldwide scheduled freighter operator, to supply landing gear overhaul and loan services.

For the first time in seven years, North Korea has released a South Korean man who crossed into the secretive state, The Daily Express reported. The as-yet unidentified 60-year-old man made the perilous journey into the Hermit Kingdom but was returned home via the border village of Panmunjom, the site most commonly used to host high-level diplomatic talks between the two nations, the report said. While North Korea says the man “illegally entered” the country last month, South Korean Unification

A CBS News report Wednesday says the U.S. Secret Service will review an incident in which an agent blocked CBS News correspondent Errol Barnett from trying to question White House Advisor and President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner about the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. In the video of the incident after a flight from Washington, D.C. to New York posted by Barnett to Twitter, it shows the Secret Service agent telling him "I don't give a damn who you are, there's a…

Just when you thought the “Despacito” craze was over... Luis Fonsi has received seven Guinness World Records titles thanks to the ...

Despite an attempt by the Florida legislature to take the wind out of its sails, the SHINE Mural Festival enjoyed perhaps its best cruise yet in 2018. The public art event, which wound down Sunday, was nearly capsized when the State cut its arts appropriation funding to zero dollars. Salt Palm Development became the Arts […]

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Angry crowds of Hindu devotees attacked women, including several journalists, in Kerala on Wednesday, preventing them from entering one of Hinduism's holiest temples despite a historic Supreme Court ruling which said they could enter, according to Al Jazeera. Several people, including two journalists and one elderly woman, were injured after the angry mob threw stones at vehicles and attacked police officers attempting to escort the women inside the Sabarimala temple. The temple had historically

The Chinese manufacturer of a rabies vaccine was fined 9.1 billion yuan ($1.3 billion) on Wednesday over falsifying production records after a scandal earlier this year ignited a crackdown across the industry in China, according to Deutsche Welle. China's National Drug Administration (CNDA) said Changchun Changsheng Biotechnology, a firm based in northeast Jilin province, was penalized via a fine and asset seizures. The firm's chairwoman and 14 other executives were arrested in July after

US President Donald Trump has often used his pulpit to cajole or bring about change around the world, using tactics such as name-calling and nicknames to get what he wants. Most recently, Trump has taken to calling adult film star Stormy Daniels “Horseface” and in the past he’s derisively called North Korean leader Kim Jong-un “Little Rocket Man.” But his harping against Democrat Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, calling her “Pocahontas,” has been used to make fun of her native American

MALE (Reuters) - The president of the Maldives, Abdulla Yameen, said on Wednesday he had no complaints or reservations about any of his decisions... ...

Seminole Campus will be hosting their annual Job Fair on October 23 from 12:00-3:00 pm in the Conference Center. 30+ employers are waiting to meet you!

Dr. Dani McVety, co-founder of Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice discussed mental fatigue among animal caregivers at a recent SPC lunch and learn event.

At the event you can speak to current students and graduates of the program, faculty, see student demonstrations, take a tour of the facility, and speak to an advisor to see how you can major in the field of veterinary nursing. You can even interact with our furry four-legged friends for adoption.

Nearly 12 million Yemenis could be facing the worst famine in 100 years in the Saudi-led coalition does not halt its airstrikes, according to the World Food Programme. CNN reported on Monday the number of people facing potential starvation in Yemen would rise if the conflict around the port city of Hodeidah continues, even though numerous organizations have called for a pause on the fighting since the city is a vital aid delivery port. The UN agency warned a collapsing currency and further