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The White House Is Misreading Iran, Stratfor’s Goujon Says

The White House Is Misreading Iran, Stratfor’s Goujon Says

Reva Goujon, vice president for global analysis at the strategic advisory firm Stratfor, talks about the prospects of a deal with Iran and the current state of relations between Iran and the U.S. She
FAA Will Propose Streamlining Supersonic Flight-Test Approvals

FAA Will Propose Streamlining Supersonic Flight-Test Approvals

Aviation regulators in the U.S. are streamlining the approval process for supersonic test flights as they try to speed development of a new generation of faster aircraft.
Harvard Pulls Parkland Grad's Admission Over Racist Comments

Harvard Pulls Parkland Grad's Admission Over Racist Comments

A Parkland school shooting survivor says Harvard University revoked his acceptance over racist comments he made online and in text messages about two years ago.
Iran Warns That It Will Breach Cap on Nuclear Stockpile

Iran Warns That It Will Breach Cap on Nuclear Stockpile

Iran warned European nations on Monday that it would breach in 10 days the landmark 2015 nuclear agreement unless they take action to alleviate the pressure of tightening U.S. sanctions in the coming
Booker Adds a Dash of Anti-Trump Anger to His Message of Love

Booker Adds a Dash of Anti-Trump Anger to His Message of Love

Cory Booker spent the first five months of his presidential bid dispensing a message of love and unity. But it hasn’t caught on with a Democratic electorate that is seething with anger toward
One Third of New Jersey Adults Can’t Name Their Governor

One Third of New Jersey Adults Can’t Name Their Governor

Almost 18 months after Democrat Phil Murphy took office, a third of New Jersey adults couldn’t identify him as their governor, according to a Fairleigh Dickinson University poll.
Merkel Seeks to Build Momentum for EU Climate Neutrality by 2050

Merkel Seeks to Build Momentum for EU Climate Neutrality by 2050

German Chancellor Angela Merkel is seeking to build momentum within the European Union about moving toward adopting a goal for zeroing out greenhouse gas emissions by the middle of the century.
New York Deploys 500 Officers to Deter Fare Beaters, Worker Assaults

New York Deploys 500 Officers to Deter Fare Beaters, Worker Assaults

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has ordered 500 police and other law enforcement officers to deal with increasing incidents of assaults on transit workers and fare evasion on the Metropolitan
Italy Aims to Be Trump's Best Friend in Europe, Salvini Says

Italy Aims to Be Trump's Best Friend in Europe, Salvini Says

Italy is positioning itself as U.S. President Donald Trump’s staunchest ally in continental Europe, Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini said.
Germans Must Ensure Jews Can Openly Wear Kippas, President Says

Germans Must Ensure Jews Can Openly Wear Kippas, President Says

Germans must have the courage to aggressively combat growing antisemitism and ensure Jews can wear kippas in public spaces without fear of attack, according to the the country’s president,
Mursi, Who Ruled Egypt Between Two Revolts, Dies in Court

Mursi, Who Ruled Egypt Between Two Revolts, Dies in Court

Mohamed Mursi, a bespectacled Muslim Brotherhood foot-soldier elevated from obscurity to become Egypt’s first freely elected civilian president, has died. He was 67.
China’s Reign as World’s Most Populous Country Could End Soon

China’s Reign as World’s Most Populous Country Could End Soon

Dynamic shifts in the world’s population are underway.
Trump Kicks Off 2020 Bid

Trump Kicks Off 2020 Bid

As Trump kicks off his 2020 presidential campaign, 52% of American voters say they'd feel "very uncomfortable" voting for him, according to an NBC-WSJ poll (Source: TicToc)
Argentina Isn't Ruling Out Cyberattack in Power Blackout

Argentina Isn't Ruling Out Cyberattack in Power Blackout

Argentina said it isn’t ruling out a cyberattack after what President Mauricio Macri called an “unprecedented” power blackout struck five South American countries on Sunday.
Trump Is Already a Headache for Tory Leadership Candidates

Trump Is Already a Headache for Tory Leadership Candidates

They’re still weeks away from winning the top job, but U.S. President Donald Trump is already causing problems for the Conservatives vying to succeed Theresa May as prime minister.
Ex-Slovak President Starts Party on Outrage Over Reporter Murder

Ex-Slovak President Starts Party on Outrage Over Reporter Murder

Slovakia’s former president launched a political party to capitalize on public discontent with the ruling leftists who are struggling to contain the fallout from a journalist's murder before the 2020
Supreme Court Rejects Bid to Expand Double-Jeopardy Protections

Supreme Court Rejects Bid to Expand Double-Jeopardy Protections

The U.S. Supreme Court reaffirmed that a state and the federal government can press separate prosecutions over the same conduct, ruling in a case that might have extended the impact of President
Virginia Uranium-Mining Ban Upheld by U.S. Supreme Court

Virginia Uranium-Mining Ban Upheld by U.S. Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court upheld a Virginia law that bans mining at the nation’s largest known uranium deposit, rejecting a challenge pressed by the owners of the property with help from the Trump
Supreme Court Orders New Look at Clash Over Gay-Wedding Cake

Supreme Court Orders New Look at Clash Over Gay-Wedding Cake

The U.S. Supreme Court ordered reconsideration of a $135,000 award against an Oregon bakery that refused to make a cake for a same-sex wedding in a case that revived a fractious debate over religious
Buttigieg Returns to South Bend After Black Man Killed by Police

Buttigieg Returns to South Bend After Black Man Killed by Police

A police officer fatally shot a black man in South Bend, Indiana, leading Mayor Pete Buttigieg to return home early from a presidential campaign trip to address the public and reach out to community