Roughly 51 percent of state respondents said they are in favor of expanding the state's borders to include parts of rural, conservative Oregon.
"The consolidation of national defense and a strong military must be accelerated," Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Friday.
While operating a tractor on his land, a man got aggravated with a stone marker — and made Belgium a larger country.
Recent violence along the Chinese-Indian border highlights the ruthlessness of the Chinese Communist Party.
At least 346 Chinese nationals who travelled from Moscow through Suifenhe contracted the disease, turning the town into a point of strain for the "strategic partnership."
Viruses don't care about borders, national identities or weapons. The concept of "security" must be redefined.
The CBP officer's "questions had nothing to do with re-entry into the United States," journalist Ben Watson told Newsweek.
"Never before have U.S. journalists been subjected to so many death threats or turned so often to private security firms for protection," the report said.
Colleen Kammer and Cary Loren opened the store in 1982. Kammer credits their success to hard work, and Loren credits it to Kammer.
Americans see immigration as a problem in larger numbers than any other time in the history of the poll.
Alex Jones on the Manchester Arena attack that left 22 people dead: "A big bomb goes off at a pop star's rock concert bombing a bunch of liberal trendies."
Closing the border crossings chokes off key trading routes for landlocked Afghanistan.
Seeking refuge is what humans do, which is why the discussion on mobility needs to change.
The president made comments about refugees after the European Parliament voted to stop talks on Turkey's EU accession.
Trump trails Hillary Clinton by four percentage points in the most recent Reuters/Ipsos poll.
After a U.S. airstrike on a Kunduz hospital, payments for the wounded and dead are under attack.
Twin explosions in Brussels will test how the contenders would protect the U.S. as president.
Aid group says that up to 40 percent of the victims were women and children.
Turkey has taken in 2.5 million Syrians since the start of the conflict and says it cannot absorb any more.
The EC has urged the country to do more to protect the EU's external border.