House Democrats have unveiled a revised version of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement. During a press conference Tuesday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi touted the new proposal.
OAN Newsroom UPDATED 1:50 PM PT — Tuesday, December 10, 2019 House Republicans are accusing House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff of carrying out a…
According to the National Infrastructure Advisory Council, the country isn’t prepared to handle a major cyber attack from a foreign rival. Their warning came in a draft report to President Trump this week in which it asks the administration to act quickly and take bold action.
While reports have called it a “Grinch like” move, the Trump administration’s proposed changes to reform the SNAP program is a plan that would save taxpayers dollars and help the economy. One America’s Caitlin Sinclair spoke to former policy maker Curtis Ellis to break it down.
Thousands of protesters in Haiti have taken to the streets to call for the resignation of President Jovenel Moise. Reports said protesters marched towards the U.S. Embassy on Friday, demanding the Trump administration stop supporting Haiti’s leader.
The Trump administration is considering raising the standards on who qualifies for food stamps. Reports said the proposal would tighten food stamp qualifications by requiring recipients to work or be enrolled in a vocational training program. The new rule would also make it harder for states to opt-out of these new proposals.
The White House is moving to restart peace talks with the Taliban after hitting a snag earlier this year. On Wednesday, the State Department announced U.S. envoy to Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad has already departed to the region to lead negotiations. He will meet with Afghan government representatives and others leaders to discuss getting all sides back to the negotiating table.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is attending a United Nations summit on so-called climate change in Spain as the Democrat-led impeachment inquiry continues on Capitol Hill.
Violence in Tijuana, Mexico continues as rival cartels intensify their turf war. The city has now surpassed 2,000 homicides this year alone. That’s just 500 shy of last year’s record.