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US Warns Again on Hacks It Blames on North Korea

US Warns Again on Hacks It Blames on North Korea

The U.S. government on Tuesday released an alert with technical details about a series of cyberattacks it blamed on the North Korean government that stretch back to at least 2009.The warning is the
Canadian Who Aided Yahoo Email Hackers Gets 5-Year Term

Canadian Who Aided Yahoo Email Hackers Gets 5-Year Term

A Canadian accused of helping Russian intelligence agents break into email accounts as part of a massive 2014 data breach at Yahoo was sentenced Tuesday to five years in prison and ordered to pay a
Missouri Governor Greitens to Resign Amid Scandals Investigation

Missouri Governor Greitens to Resign Amid Scandals Investigation

Missouri Governor Eric Greitens, a sometimes brash outsider whose unconventional resume as a Rhodes Scholar and Navy SEAL officer made him a rising star in Republican politics, abruptly announced his
Search Ends for Malaysian Flight Missing for 4 Years

Search Ends for Malaysian Flight Missing for 4 Years

The search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which mysteriously vanished more than four years ago, has ended in failure.Ocean Infinity, a private American exploration company based in Houston, said
With or Without Parents, Immigrant Children Missing

With or Without Parents, Immigrant Children Missing

The Trump administration is pushing back against news reports that it has lost track of almost 1,500 immigrant children who came to the United States as unaccompanied minors.“The Unaccompanied Alien
Despite China's Objections, US to Continue Freedom of Navigation Operations

Despite China's Objections, US to Continue Freedom of Navigation Operations

The U.S. military will continue sailing ships near disputed islands in the South China Sea, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis insisted Tuesday, despite Beijing's increased complaints about the
N. Korean Spy Chief Called 'Man Who Whispers in Kim Jong Un's Ear'

N. Korean Spy Chief Called 'Man Who Whispers in Kim Jong Un's Ear'

Like much of what goes on in North Korea, little is truly known about Kim Yong Chol — the former spy chief who plans to meet with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in New York this week.But
Starbucks Closes Stores, Asks Workers to Talk About Race

Starbucks Closes Stores, Asks Workers to Talk About Race

Starbucks, mocked three years ago for suggesting employees discuss racial issues with customers, asked workers Tuesday to talk about race with each other.It was part of the coffee chain's anti-bias
AP Sources: US to Impose Limits on Some Chinese Visas

AP Sources: US to Impose Limits on Some Chinese Visas

The Trump administration plans to shorten the length of validity for some visas issued to Chinese citizens, the State Department said Tuesday, as President Donald Trump works to counter alleged theft
Analysis: N. Korea Sees US Economic Handouts As Threat

Analysis: N. Korea Sees US Economic Handouts As Threat

The U.S.-North Korea summit appears to be back on track, but Pyongyang is showing increased impatience at comments coming out of Washington that what leader Kim Jong Un really wants, even more than
Starbucks Closes Stores For Anti-Bias Training

Starbucks Closes Stores For Anti-Bias Training

Starbucks closed 8,000 of its stores Tuesday to give 175,000 employees about four hours of anti-bias training.The sessions were part of the company's response to the April 12 arrests of two black men
The Valley of Names

The Valley of Names

For over seventy years, people have been driving out in their RVs to a remote desert area near the city of Yuma, in the US state of Arizona, to write their names and leave messages on the desert
Pompeo to Meet Top N. Korean Official in NY as Summit Preparations Progress

Pompeo to Meet Top N. Korean Official in NY as Summit Preparations Progress

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is set to meet with a top North Korean official in New York this week. The meeting comes as U.S. and North Korean officials discuss logistics for a possible Trump-Kim
Starbucks Shuts Down Thousands of US Stores for Anti-Bias Training

Starbucks Shuts Down Thousands of US Stores for Anti-Bias Training

Coffee giant Starbucks temporarily closed 8,000 stores around the United States Tuesday afternoon, so it could train its 175,000 employees on racial tolerance. The move comes after the arrest of two
Wonder who’s fighting Trump? Meet the #Resistance

Wonder who’s fighting Trump? Meet the #Resistance

Soon after the election of Donald Trump, a loose alliance began coalescing around the goal of resisting Trump's vision for America.
US Condemns Syria for Recognizing Georgia's Breakaway Regions

US Condemns Syria for Recognizing Georgia's Breakaway Regions

The United States on Wednesday condemned Syria's decision to recognize two breakaway regions in Georgia and create diplomatic ties, saying it fully backed Georgia's independence and reiterating its
Beijing Warns US Against Imposing Tariffs on Chinese Goods

Beijing Warns US Against Imposing Tariffs on Chinese Goods

China vows it will fight back if the United States goes through with plans to impose huge tariffs on Chinese goods.President Donald Trump's administration said in a statement Tuesday it planned to
Trump Says He Wishes He'd Picked Another Attorney General

Trump Says He Wishes He'd Picked Another Attorney General

U.S. President Donald Trump said Wednesday he wished he'd picked someone other than Jeff Sessions as his attorney general because Sessions quickly removed himself from oversight of the investigation
Ross: US-EU Trade Deal Could be Reached

Ross: US-EU Trade Deal Could be Reached

U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Wednesday a U.S.-European Union trade deal could still be reached even if the United States imposes tariffs on EU steel and aluminum imports.EU and U.S.
Judge Denies Meek Mill Request for Other Judge's Removal

Judge Denies Meek Mill Request for Other Judge's Removal

A judge in Philadelphia has denied Meek Mill's request for the removal of another judge from the rapper's case. President Judge Leon Tucker told Mill in a Wednesday hearing that he doesn't have