Pentagon Uninvites China From Major US Military Exercise
The Spratly archipelago is disputed from six countries: Vietnam, China, Taiwan, Malaysia, Philippines and Brunei. Since 1972, the USA has recognized China as the sole legitimate government, but has offered arms to Taiwan.
FDA Approves First Nonopioid Treatment for Opioid Withdrawal Symptoms
The guidelines were not well received by patients, who said the guidelines led to less doctors prescribing opioids for their pain. In two randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trials, 866 adult patients demonstrated the benefits and safety of the drug.
Danica Patrick crashes out of final race at Indianapolis 500
Will Power has won the Indianapolis 500 , giving the 37-year-old Australian his biggest victory on IndyCar's grandest stage. Power led for 59 of the 200 laps while stomping out his main racing demon.
Texas, Austin Suburbs Lead The Nation In Population Growth (Again)
Jacksonville was No. 13 on the list, gaining 11,169 residents between 2016 and 2017 for a total population of 892,062. In every year since the last census count, the bureau has estimated at least some incremental growth for the state.
Cavs 109-99 Celtics: LeBron dazzles in dominant 46-point effort
The Cleveland Cavaliers face elimination against the Boston Celtics on Friday night in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals . Celtics coach Brad Steven was asked if the challenge of defending James over 46 dominant minutes ever enters his mind.
Senate bill would unify all United States volcano monitoring activity
Scientists said the molten rock there could start moving faster if fresher, hotter magma emerges from the ground. Officials have said they did not expect the explosion to be deadly as long as people remained out of the park.
CO2 lowers rice quality, study says
But so far, there has been little research on the impact of climate change on the nutritional qualities of each staple. Some varieties of rice may not experience as severe of a nutrient loss as carbon dioxide levels go up.
Pompeo threatens Iran with the 'strongest sanctions in history'
President Hassan Rouhani said that the United States can not make decisions for Iran or other independent countries in the world. The Iran deal has drawn some of the starkest lines yet between the United States and its allies.
Irish citizens prepare to vote on abortion laws
On Friday, Irish voters will cast their ballots in a referendum which could end the country's ban on abortions . She said her vote would be one for solidarity and compassion, "a vote to say, I don't send you away anymore".
China Plans Tariff Cut on Wide Range of Consumer Goods
To be sure, the United States has long pursued a unilateralist foreign policy, exemplified by George W. Soybean futures reacted positively to news of a possible truce in the trade war with China.