• Fri, 15 Feb 2019 01:00
    US Congress happy to fund Israel’s wall
    Below is a photo of Israel’s border wall. The wall was funded by American taxpayers thanks to Democrats and Republicans voting together to send over $3 billion per year to Israel.
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  • Mon, 04 Feb 2019 01:00
    US should have a referendum on that wall
    Voiceless between elections, Americans had to suffer through a costly and unnecessary government shutdown
  • Mon, 21 Jan 2019 20:30
    Four arrested for making off with beer cans from truck accident scene
    Legal action has been taken against four people who removed beer cans from the scene after a truck carrying boxes of beer overturned in Phuket on January 11.
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  • Sun, 13 Jan 2019 09:01
    Obama protege Julian Castro joins 2020 presidential race
    San Antonio - Julian Castro, the telegenic former mayor of San Antonio, Texas and Obama-era cabinet member, launched his bid to become the nation's first Hispanic president Saturday, emphasizing a message of hope and diversity at a time when Americans are locked in angry debate over immigration and border security.
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  • Fri, 11 Jan 2019 19:34
    ‘80,000 beer cans missing’ after truck accident
    The representative of a logistics company has filed a police complaint that more than 80,000 beer cans valued at more than Bt2 million had mysteriously vanished after a beer truck overturned in Rassada, in Phuket province, on Friday morning.
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  • Wed, 09 Jan 2019 16:30
    Five Africans arrested with fake visas
    Immigration Bureau chief Pol Lt-General Surachate Hakparn on Wednesday announced the successful arrest of five African men allegedly involved in visa-forging to stay in Thailand.
  • Wed, 09 Jan 2019 01:00
    Ugly American has been replaced on the world stage…
    In 1958, Americans William Lederer and Eugene Burdick wrote a thinly disguised novel about their country’s outrageous conduct – a dangerous mix of determined ignorance and blithe arrogance – in Southeast Asia.
  • Wed, 09 Jan 2019 01:00
    Why trade tensions are a blessing for Asia in 2019
    As usual, the Americans have overestimated their competence in managing economic and geopolitical issues. And as a result, trade tensions between Beijing and Washington will reap benefits throughout Asia this year – and particularly for those in Southeast Asia.
  • Sat, 22 Dec 2018 13:38
    US shoppers fight back against 'porch pirates'
    With the holidays in full swing, Americans are bracing themselves for the seasonal onslaught of a new kind of Grinch trying to steal Christmas: the so-called "porch pirate."
  • Fri, 21 Dec 2018 06:58
    Americans have grown fatter, shorter since 1999: US data
    Americans have grown fatter in the past two decades, adding girth to their bellies and in some cases, even growing shorter, according to federal health data released Thursday.
  • Tue, 18 Dec 2018 01:00
    US bubble is about to pop and give Americans a taste of austerity 
    Re: “What is happening with Wall Street?” Have Your Say, December 13.
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  • Mon, 10 Dec 2018 07:28
    Heavy screen time appears to impact childrens' brains: study
    Researchers have found "different patterns" in brain scans among children who record heavy smart device and video game use, according to initial data from a major ongoing US study.
  • Mon, 10 Dec 2018 07:25
    Top IMF economist predicts 'sharper' US slowdown in 2020
    Americans will begin feeling the effects next year of a marked slowing in world economic growth but should be spared a new recession, the chief economist of the International Monetary Fund said in remarks published Sunday.
  • Sun, 02 Dec 2018 17:25
     America mourns former president George H.W. Bush
    College Station, United States - Flags flew at half-staff across the United States on Saturday as Americans prepared for a week of solemn tributes to George H.W. Bush, in his home state of Texas and in the US Capitol, a day after the former president died at age 94.
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  • Sun, 02 Dec 2018 15:23
    With the jihadists gone, booze is back in Iraq's Mosul
    Rows of yellow-labelled whiskey bottles sit alongside imported French wines, while cans of Korean beer chill in the fridge: with Iraq's Mosul free of jihadists, the booze is back. 
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