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Most young Americans see Trump as illegitimate president: Poll
A majority of young Americans, particularly minorities, view Donald Trump as an illegitimate president and disapprove of how Trump is handling his job as president, a new poll suggests.
Most young Americans regard Trump as 'illegitimate president': Survey
A new survey study in the US reveals that a majority of young adults in the country – including three-quarters of African Americans and nearly half of whites - regard President Donald Trump as an “illegitimate president.”
Americans aren’t filing their taxes this year: IRS
Millions of Americans have not filed their income taxes with just one month left in the tax filing season, according to the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS), an issue that some experts blame on President Donald Trump’s political rhetoric.
African-Americans more likely to be wrongfully convicted
African-Americans are far more likely to be wrongfully convicted of crimes such as murder, assault and illegal drug activity than whites due to factors including racial bias and official misconduct, a study released on Tuesday said.
CBI: Americans can open bank accounts in Iran
Iran said it has been informed by Washington that US nationals can have bank accounts in the Islamic Republic.
Americans can now open bank accounts in Iran
Iran says it has been informed by Washington that US nationals can have bank accounts in the Islamic Republic.
7 in 10 Americans say US national identity fading away: Poll
The majority of American people think that the US is losing its national identity, a new poll has found, revealing a cultural division that runs deeper than just different political preferences.
Social media are driving Americans insane
If you pull out your phone to check Twitter while waiting for the light to change, or read e-mails while brushing your teeth, you might be what the American Psychological Association (APA) calls a ‘constant checker.’ And chances are, it’s hurting your mental health.
Iraqi parliament votes to urge govt. to enact reciprocal travel ban on Americans
Iraqi legislators have voted to call on the government to enact a reciprocity measure to block American citizens from entering the country if the US does not withdraw President Donald Trump’s visa ban against Iraqi travelers.
Study shows how many calories Americans add to coffee, tea
Researchers have found that people significantly increase their caloric intake by the sweeteners they add to their coffee or tea.
Iraqi parliament votes to urge govt. to enact reciprocal travel ban on Americans
Iraqi legislators have voted to call on the government to enact a reciprocity measure to block American citizens from entering the country if the US does not withdraw President Donald Trump’s visa ban against Iraqi travelers.
Iraqi parliament votes to urge govt. to enact reciprocal travel ban on Americans
Iraqi legislators have voted to call on the government to enact a reciprocity measure to block American citizens from entering the country if the US does not withdraw President Donald Trump’s visa ban against Iraqi travelers.
One in four Americans still use tobacco
Fifty-three years after the US Surgeon General's report on smoking launched countless anti-tobacco laws and campaigns, new challenges have emerged in the fight against nicotine use, according to a new study that tracks use of not just traditional cigarettes, but a dozen tobacco products.
Trump forced on Americans by two-party system: Activist
A large number of anti-Donald Trump protesters have staged rallies in Washington, DC, to denounce the US president-elect's proposed controversial policies hours before his inauguration. US police have used pepper spray to disperse the demonstrators.
Americans consider college in Canada after Trump's election
More US students are considering college in Canada after the surprise victory of billionaire businessman Donald Trump in the November 8 presidential election.

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