How Work Visas are Crashing the Economy and What Americans can do About It

Immigration can help the economy, but there are also many negative aspects to immigrant workers that do far more harm than good. When jobs that would go to unemployed Americans are being given over to immigrant workers entering the country via a work visa, the American economy suffers. Most such immigrant workers do not become citizens, and the money they take from the economy is returned to their origin country. It is important for Americans to know what they need to do keep their jobs and prevent the influx of immigrant workers.

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Sightings Warn of Terror Threat to Sydney Opera House

Sydney residents have been reporting suspicious activity near the world-famous Sydney Opera House. The attraction is situated in the popular tourist destination of Circular Quay, a district of Sydney which, according to Destination New South Wales, the government agency responsible for tourism to the state, handles upwards of three million unique tourists each year.

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Australia Suspending All Air Operations Amid Escalating Conflict

Russia issues a heated response after the United States shot down a Syrian air force jet late Sunday, prompting Australia to suspend all air operations.

Australia's announces Tuesday their move to suspend air combat missions over Syria. This statement comes following a warning from Moscow that coalition planes flown west of Euphrates may be possible targets. The Russian Ministry of Defence called the acts by the United States an act of military aggression and a cynical violation.

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Tech Companies Face Pressure to Combat Terrorism Online

In the wake of terrorist attacks perpetrated against the good people of England, Prime Minister Theresa May has chastised internet giants such as Facebook, Google and Twitter for not doing enough to prevent propaganda and communications between extremist groups.

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Terror Threat Level Critical after Manchester Attack in UK

The UK's terror threat has been raised to its highest state – critical – by Prime Minister Theresa May after Monday night's attack in Manchester. This threat level, which has only been implemented three times now – the last being a decade ago, indicates another attack is expected. A report from Financial Times says that this decision was made by the Joint Terrorism Analysis Committee after information was made available to them, giving them a reason to act. This information could have been the theory that the attack is connected to a network of terrorists planning to strike again.

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