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      The Wall

      One of the first things President Trump did in office was to sign an executive order on January 25 to begin building the wall, but there is no funding yet. Many people in Laredo,the site of the busiest commercial land port in the US, claim the Rio Grande i

      Gary Cohn

      The next big initiative for the Trump administration is tax reform. After the failure to rollback Obamacare, they need a win. This week I sat down with one of the key architects of tax reform, Gary Cohn, the director of the National Economic Council and t

      The New Wave

      A year ago, screaming headlines spoke of an immigration crisis in Europe, caused by refugees fleeing the Middle East. You may not have heard much lately, about what was called the refugee crisis of 2016. Here’s a new headline: it hasn’t gone away. In fa

      Gadolinium Update

      A stark new warning this week, from the FDA about a danger we highlighted in a recent cover story: The dye used in MRIs. An FDA panel just recommended new warnings and new research.Our story told of Chuck Norris and his wife Gena. She became deathly ill af

      Korean Conflict

      The latest aggression from North Korea this week builds upon years of mounting tension, and is now rising to a threat of war. The fact is, the war never ended. We recently visited South Korea to hear from those who have lived under North Korea's threat for

      Korean War

      Major fighting between North and South Korea ended in 1953, when an armistice was signed. The agreement created the Korean demilitarized zone but there was no official peace treaty. Which means the Korean War never ended. For 64 years, the two countries ha