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President Donald Trump and his allies continue to defend his decision to launch an air strike against top Iranian military official, Qasem Soleimani, citing the hundreds of Americans who died at Soleimani's hands.

Trump launched the strike in retaliation to the death of an American military translator and protestors storming the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad.

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Anne Sacoolas, the wife of a U.S. intelligence officer who killed 19-year-old motorcyclist Harry Dunn this August when driving down the wrong side of an English road, fled back to the United States claiming diplomatic immunity.

Last week, President Donald Trump was asked if he would waive Sacoolas's diplomatic immunity so she could be held accountable with British law enforcement for the teen's death. Many found his response lacking in tact:

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Brazillian President Jair Bolsonaro refused to accept $22 million worth of aid from G7 countries to extinguish the fires raging through the Amazon rainforest, which supplies a wealth of the world's most vital resources.

Bolsonaro then signaled that he would consider accepting the aid when French President Emmanuel Macron apologizes.

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A USA Today report has determined that the United States has become the "most dangerous place to give birth in the developed world."

More than 700 women in the United States die from complications directly related to childbirth each year. In addition, more than 50,000 American women are severely injured as a result of childbirth on an annual basis. The report indicates that these injuries and deaths are the direct result of hospitals not following long-standard medical procedure.

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Back on June 2, President Donald Trump tweeted how the United States cannot lose a trade war, stating,

When you’re almost 800 Billion Dollars a year down on Trade, you can’t lose a Trade War! The U.S. has been ripped off by other countries for years on Trade, time to get smart!"

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The somewhat surprise announcement of hawkish John Bolton as the new National Security Advisor to U.S. President Donald J. Trump sent a shiver up the collective spines of world politics and defense watchers. The reason: there’s very real fear that Bolton’s worldview – that the United Nations and international law are meaningless, the 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq was a good idea, and China and Russia are not to be trusted – could push countries around the world to ramp up their military forces.

The biggest concern is an escalating arms race in the development of long-range missiles. The United States, United Kingdom, Russia, China and France are the only countries capable of striking any spot on Earth with a missile. For now.

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Clocks move forward one hour on Sunday, March 11, 2018, making everybody "lose" one hour of sleep. But what time do the clocks "spring" forward for Daylight Saving Time (DST) in the Eastern standard time, Central standard time, Mountain standard time, and Pacific standard time?

Daylight saving time, sometimes mispronounced as "daylight savings time," has a tumultuous history in the U.S. and is often debated. In theory, daylight saving time is the practice of moving clocks forward during summer months so that evening daylight remains longer while normal sunrise times are sacrificed.

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