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Senator Who Freed Holt Urges Venezuela Dialogue

Senator Who Freed Holt Urges Venezuela Dialogue

The chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee is urging engagement with Venezuela's socialist government after he traveled to the South American nation to bring home a Utah man jailed for two
WTO Being ‘Asphyxiated’ Says Judge, in Veiled Rebuke to US

WTO Being ‘Asphyxiated’ Says Judge, in Veiled Rebuke to US

The World Trade Organization is being slowly strangled to death, a retiring trade judge whose replacement has been blocked by the United States said in his farewell speech, delivering a thinly-veiled
Massive Flooding Destroys Maryland City, Again

Massive Flooding Destroys Maryland City, Again

Flash floods ripped through a Maryland city Sunday, destroying cars and properties, and prompting emergency evacuations across the area. Authorities are still searching for Eddison Hermond, a National
Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un meeting moves closer as senior official heads to US

Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un meeting moves closer as senior official heads to US

The senior official - a former military intelligence chief in North Korea - was seen flying to the US from Beijing airport.
US, N. Korea Officials Negotiating on Possible Trump-Kim Summit

US, N. Korea Officials Negotiating on Possible Trump-Kim Summit

South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported Tuesday a top North Korean official traveled to Beijing, and planned to fly on to New York on Wednesday potentially for talks related to a planned summit
US Supreme Court Has Yet to Rule on Gay Rights, Travel Ban

US Supreme Court Has Yet to Rule on Gay Rights, Travel Ban

The U.S. Supreme Court is entering the last month of its 2017-2018 session. All the cases before the top U.S. court have been argued; only decisions remain to be handed down, including for major
Top N. Korean Official Heading to US for Talks on Summit

Top N. Korean Official Heading to US for Talks on Summit

U.S. President Donald Trump has confirmed a top North Korean official is to visit New York for talks related to a planned summit between Trump and North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un."Kim Young Chol, the
Trump Contends Prosecutors Will 'Meddle' in 2018 Elections

Trump Contends Prosecutors Will 'Meddle' in 2018 Elections

U.S. President Donald Trump contended Tuesday that prosecutors investigating his 2016 campaign's links to Russia "will be MEDDLING" in November's congressional elections.Trump offered no explanation
US Supreme Court Allows Arkansas to Enforce Abortion Restrictions

US Supreme Court Allows Arkansas to Enforce Abortion Restrictions

The Supreme Court is allowing Arkansas to put in effect restrictions on how abortion pills are administered. Critics of a challenged state law say it could effectively end medication abortions in the
Killed Negatives of The Great Depression

Killed Negatives of The Great Depression

During America’s Great Depression, the Information Division of the U.S. Farm Security Administration sent out an army of photographers to document the hard years, the poor and their poverty, their
Starbucks Anti-Bias Training Gets Underway

Starbucks Anti-Bias Training Gets Underway

Starbucks is closing its more than 8,000 U.S. stores for a few hours Tuesday for anti-bias training, weeks after police arrested two African-American men in one of the coffee chain’s locations in the
Pompeo to Meet with Top N. Korean Official in NY

Pompeo to Meet with Top N. Korean Official in NY

Kim Yong Chol, the vice chairman of the powerful Central Committee and North Korea’s former spy chief, departed Beijing on an Air China commercial flight Tuesday for John F. Kennedy International
Trump to Campaign in Tennessee to Thwart Dems' US Senate Bid

Trump to Campaign in Tennessee to Thwart Dems' US Senate Bid

Diving into the midterm elections, President Donald Trump is seeking to build a stable of Republicans who will help promote his agenda and serve as a check on Democrats aiming to win majorities in
Study: Hurricane Maria Fatalities in Puerto Rico Much Higher Than Reported

Study: Hurricane Maria Fatalities in Puerto Rico Much Higher Than Reported

Hurricane Maria claimed more than 4,600 lives in Puerto Rico last year, more than 70 times higher than the U.S. government's official death toll of 64, according to a study published Tuesday by the
US: Religious Freedom 'Under Assault' Across Globe

US: Religious Freedom 'Under Assault' Across Globe

An annual U.S. government report finds religious freedom “under assault” around the world, notably in what the State Department calls countries of concern — Russia, Iran, North Korea and Myanmar. U.S.
Misleading Tweets by Liberal Activists Fuel Trump

Misleading Tweets by Liberal Activists Fuel Trump

President Donald Trump on Tuesday seized on an error by liberal activists who tweeted photos of young-looking immigrants at the U.S.-Mexico border in steel cages and blamed the current administration
Chinese Delegation Observing US Drug Abuse Prevention Programs

Chinese Delegation Observing US Drug Abuse Prevention Programs

The U.S. said it is hosting a senior-level Chinese delegation to witness its drug prevention and treatment efforts, even as the United States continues to battle opioid abuse that is killing more than
US Consumer Confidence Rebounds, House Prices Increase

US Consumer Confidence Rebounds, House Prices Increase

Consumer confidence rebounded in May, but households were a bit pessimistic about their short-term income prospects even as they expected strong job growth to persist, which could restrain consumer
TV's 'Roseanne' axed over star's racist tweet

TV's 'Roseanne' axed over star's racist tweet

US television network ABC on Tuesday canceled the hit working class comedy "Roseanne," after its star Roseanne Barr aimed a racist tweet at a former advisor to Barack Obama.
UK's Inchcape Pays $20 Million to Settle Claim It Overbilled US Navy

UK's Inchcape Pays $20 Million to Settle Claim It Overbilled US Navy

A British-based maritime services company has agreed to pay $20 million to resolve allegations it overbilled the U.S. Navy for goods and services provided to American warships at ports around the