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and IAEA inspectors, Nauert said Moon and Kim had talked about inspectors. South Korean President Moon Jae-in shakes hands with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un after signing the joint statement in Pyongyang, North Korea, September 19, 2018. Pyeongyang Press Corps/Pool via REUTERS “Having IAEA inspectors and United States inspectors be a part of anything is really just a shared understanding,” she said. “Any time you have a nuclear situation like this where there is a dismantlement, the expectation is that the IAEA would be part of that, so that would be just the normal course of doing business. We have that shared understanding with the countries.” Asked why this detail was not in the document signed by Moon and Kim, Nauert replied: “We have had conversations … with the government of North Korea and that is our mutual understanding; that is also the understanding between (South) Korea and North Korea. That was one of the things discussed, according to my understanding of it, over the past few days.” Nauert did not respond when asked if the United States was willing to take “corresponding measures,” except to say: “Nothing can happen in the absence of denuclearization; denuclearization has to come first.” The North Korean ambassador to the United Nations, Kim Song, did not reply when asked by reporters on Thursday if his foreign minister would meet Pompeo on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly next week. Kim pledged to work toward the “complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula” during two meetings with Moon and his encounter with Trump, but follow-up negotiations on how to implement the vague commitments have since faltered.
That it is too individualistic in its approach, holding individuals responsible for falling into the very traps set by the economic system they live under. I feel this most keenly when listening to hardworking callers to “The Dave Ramsey Show” who are in credit-card debt because of a lack of health care. And in many, many cases, callers speak of college debt from doing exactly what society told them they were supposed to do to get ahead. But with these limitations in mind, there is still much to admire about the cult of thrift, especially when the message is directed toward those with good incomes rather than unfairly applied to people living in poverty. There has long been potential for connection across the cultural and political spectrum on this issue — and the benefits of thrift go beyond the benefits to the individual. Our culture provides too few emotional payoffs for not spending money. All around us there are carefully designed messages telling us to spend. Letters arrive at our homes “inviting” us to apply for credit cards. Instagram offers us images of people with nicer vacations and trendier clothes and more photogenic food, which can make us dissatisfied with our own.
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Employee Kills Three, Then Herself, at Rite Aid Facility in Maryland, Officials Say Federal agents responded on Thursday to the scene of a shooting at a Rite Aid distribution center in Aberdeen, Md.CreditCreditScott Serio/EPA, via Shutterstock A 26-year-old woman opened fire at a Rite Aid distribution center in Aberdeen, Md., on Thursday morning, the authorities said, killing three people and wounding several others in what was the nation’s third shooting at a workplace in less than 24 hours. The assailant, Snochia Moseley, a temporary employee at the facility, shot herself and died at a hospital, Sheriff Jeffrey R. Gahler of Harford County, Md., said at a news briefing. Ms. Moseley, whose last known address was in Baltimore County, had reported for work as usual before carrying out the attack with a single weapon, a Glock 9-millimeter handgun. “We believe the shooting incident began outside and then moved into the front of the building,” Sheriff Gahler said, adding that the investigation was still preliminary. Two of the victims died at the scene, while another died at a hospital, he said. Three people were wounded and are expected to survive. Sheriff Gahler did not identify the victims. Rite Aid employs nearly 1,000 people at the distribution center, where products are received from manufacturers and vendors and processed for delivery to stores, according to Susan Henderson, a company spokeswoman.
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