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Trump to sign executive orders on immigration

President Trump was expected to sign several executive orders likely to restrict access to the United States for refugees and some visa holders from Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen, according to congressional aides briefed on the matter.

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Lead levels fall below federal limits in Flint, Michigan: state

Lead levels in Flint, Michigan's drinking water, the focus of a public health crisis, have fallen below federal limits, state officials said on Tuesday, although they cautioned residents to keep using filtered water as the city's old lead pipes are replaced.

China foreign minister says wants to manage disputes with U.S.

BEIJING China wants dialogue with the new U.S. administration to manage disputes and promote bilateral relations, but only on the basis of respecting each other's core interests, like the "one China" principle, China's foreign minister said.

Republicans, Democrats bicker over infrastructure plans

WASHINGTON Republicans and Democrats argued over the best way to rebuild U.S. infrastructure - a high priority of President Donald Trump - with no agreement in sight following skirmishes on Tuesday between the two parties.

Crews seek source of Saskatchewan oil spill on aboriginal land

TORONTO An investigation into an oil spill on an aboriginal reserve in western Canada will include checks of leak-detection measures, Saskatchewan's energy minister said on Tuesday, as crews prepare to excavate the site to confirm the spill's source.



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