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  • This is What Donald Trump’s USA Looks Like

    This is What Donald Trump’s USA Looks Like

    November 8 was a good day for Donald Trump. As the day drew to a close, the realization dawned on America and the world that the Republican candidate was all set to takeover as the next President of the world’s most powerful nation. Hillary Clinton didn’t like it and neither did her supporters who came
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  • Flying out of these airports this Thanksgiving? Here’s what you need to know

    Flying out of these airports this Thanksgiving? Here’s what you need to know

    It really gets a bit messy on Thanksgiving Day with people flying from all over the US to meet up with their family and friends or on vacation to some other destination. Overcrowded airports, excited people hurrying to catch their flight and even delayed flights become a common sight on the days leading up to
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  • Trump pulls out of TPP Trade Pact

    Trump pulls out of TPP Trade Pact

    It seems the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) may not become a reality as the US President-elect Donald Trump has promised that he would abandon it upon assuming office. TPP comprises 12 member states, which include the North American countries of US and Canada; South American countries of Mexico, Chile and Peru; the Asian countries of Japan,
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  • Top Ten US States where Immigrants Were Naturalized in 2015

    Top Ten US States where Immigrants Were Naturalized in 2015

    The state of California rates high on the list of immigrants who have made the United States their home. In 2015, a total of 730,259 immigrants were naturalized in the US. Of these, California accounted for the largest number at 155,979 or 21.4 percent of the naturalized population. New York, which is known for its
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  • People from Around the World Naturalized in the US in 2015

    People from Around the World Naturalized in the US in 2015

    The United States has through the decades witnessed a steady flow of immigrants from around the world. In 2015, there were 730,259 immigrants who were naturalized in the US and the majority of these were from Mexico. Though the US has received immigrants from the entire world but the largest number were from Mexico. Of
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