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On Politics: A Pro-Israel Bill Also Aims to Divide Democrats

The United States starts monthlong trade talks with China this week, though self-inflicted mercantile wounds from President Trump’s trade policies could meant lost precedence in a negotiations.

The State of a Union has a new date: After a prolonged back-and-forth, Speaker Nancy Pelosi invited the boss to broach a residence on Feb 5.

The five-week sovereign supervision shutdown cost a United States economy $11 billion. While many of a mislaid expansion is approaching to be recovered, nearly $2.7 billion is henceforth lost.

Hundreds of thousands of sovereign employees returned to work but a pledge that they will be operative in 3 weeks, when a proxy refuge of appropriation expires.

The predestine of another shutdown is now in a hands of a bipartisan row that includes some of a many comparison members of Congress and, maybe some-more tellingly, lacks a many outspoken immigration hard-liners on Capitol Hill.

Article source: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/29/us/politics/senate-israel-bill-bds.html

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