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Trump signs order undoing Obama ...

President Donald Trump has signed an executive order rolling back Obama-era rules aimed at curbing climate change.

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In Maine, A Common Language Conn...

In Lewiston, Maine, more people than ever are showing up at the Franco Center for La Rencontre, a monthly luncheon that encourages French conversation.
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FACT CHECK: Trump Says Obamacare...

President Trump is doing his best to put a good face on defeat in his party's attempt to replace the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.

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Is public speaking fear limiting...

Your fear of public speaking may be holding you back at work. Here’s what you can do about it.

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Nobody Wants To Drop Food From A...

A plane flies over a field in South Sudan. Out of the sky drops a cascade of pallets, sacks or boxes filled with emergency food supplies that, once they reach the ground, can make the difference between sustenance and starvation.

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Too Much Experience To Be Hired?...

Most baby boomers say that they plan to keep working past conventional retirement age. But to do that, they have to get hired first. New research shows that can be harder when you're older.

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US Schools Try New Bilingual Edu...

アメリカのバイリンガル教育の新メソッドの紹介。

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Trump Travel Ban Forces Somalis ...

Thousands of Somali refugees headed for the U.S. face an uncertain future after President Trump's travel ban began. For decades, many have lived in the world's largest refugee camp in northeast Kenya.

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Federal Judge Stays Trump Travel...

A federal judge in Seattle has issued a nationwide temporary stay against President Trump's executive order that prevented citizens of seven mostly Muslim countries from entering the United States. Judge James Robart acted to stop implementation of the order while a case brought by the states of Washington and Minnesota is heard.

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United States Observes Black His...

2月はアメリカでは"Black History Month"であり,「奴隷解放宣言」後の黒人たちの生活について振り返っている。

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Trump's Immigration Freeze Omits...

President Trump's freeze on immigration from seven mostly Muslim countries cites the potential threat of terrorism. But here's the twist — it doesn't include any countries from which radicalized Muslims have actually killed Americans in the U.S. since Sept. 11, 2001.

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5 Questions About The Law And Tr...

President Trump's executive order on immigration late Friday ignited nationwide protests — and a slew of legal challenges.

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Of Courts And Confusion: Here's ...

By the time the sun rose on Sunday in the U.S., the chaotic weekend set in motion by Trump's executive order on immigration was beginning to give way to greater clarity — in some respects, at least.

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Obama Says Goodbye This Week, Bu...

President Barack Obama delivers remarks at the groundbreaking of a road project funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, Friday, June 18, 2010, in Columbus, Ohio.

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Full text of Abe’s address at Pe...

2016年12月27日に安倍首相が真珠湾を訪問した際の安倍首相のスピーチ全文。

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Full text of President Obama’s s...

2016年12月27日に安倍首相が真珠湾を訪問した際のオバマ大統領のスピーチ全文。

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103-year-old Pearl Harbor Surviv...

Retired Navy Lt. Jim Downing remembers the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941.

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Trump And Company Prepare Inaugu...

President-elect Trump is busy these days with victory tours, Cabinet-making and foreign policy tweets. But he's also finding time to think about his inauguration. He huddled this week with presidential historian Douglas Brinkley, who later told CNN they had discussed the inaugural addresses of previous presidents.

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Teachers Are Stressed, And That ...

アメリカの教員の約46%が日々ストレスを感じている現状について。

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Obama, Abe Memorialize The Dead ...

President Obama and Japan's prime minister visited Pearl Harbor and laid wreaths at the USS Arizona memorial. Both pledged the 2 countries will remain the strongest of allies — despite a painful past.
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