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VOA Exclusive: Pakistan Mulls Blocking US Supply Lines Into Afghanistan

VOA Exclusive: Pakistan Mulls Blocking US Supply Lines Into Afghanistan

Pakistan says it is reassessing strained ties with the United States, a move that could lead to halting supply lines into Afghanistan where American troops are fighting insurgents to stabilize the
US Slaps Tariffs on Steel, Aluminum from EU, Canada, Mexico

US Slaps Tariffs on Steel, Aluminum from EU, Canada, Mexico

The United States is escalating trans-Atlantic and North American trade tensions, imposing a 25 percent tariff on steel imports and a 10 percent tariff on aluminum imports from the European Union,
Trump Denies He Fired Comey Over Russia Probe

Trump Denies He Fired Comey Over Russia Probe

U.S. President Donald Trump said Thursday he did not fire Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey because of the Russia investigation, contradicting previous statements that the probe was
Puerto Rico Grid 'Teetering' Despite $3.8 Billion Repair Job

Puerto Rico Grid 'Teetering' Despite $3.8 Billion Repair Job

After months of darkness and stifling heat, Noe Pagan was overjoyed when power-line workers arrived to restore electricity to his home deep in the lush green mountains of western Puerto Rico. But to
Navajo Nation Marks 150th Anniversary of Bosque Redondo Treaty

Navajo Nation Marks 150th Anniversary of Bosque Redondo Treaty

Jonah Yellowman, like most Navajos, grew up hearing stories about the Long Walk.“Some of my ancestors on my father’s side, the Red House clan, they made the walk. They said the Army was trying to get
Zimbabwe: Trump Administration Turning 'Blind Eye' to Sanctions

Zimbabwe: Trump Administration Turning 'Blind Eye' to Sanctions

Zimbabwe's President says the Trump administration is easing enforcement of sanctions on the southern African country. The president spoke Thursday in Gweru town, about 350 kilometers south of Harare,
Trump Pardons Conservative Pundit in Campaign Finance Case

Trump Pardons Conservative Pundit in Campaign Finance Case

U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday pardoned conservative commentator and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza, who admitted he funded illegal campaign contributions in 2012 to help a Republican Senate
Europe Responds Swiftly to US Tariffs, Threatens Retaliation

Europe Responds Swiftly to US Tariffs, Threatens Retaliation

Reaction to U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to slap tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from American trading partners — including the European Union — came fast and furious, with threats of
$100 Android Go-powered Alcatel 1X goes on sale at Amazon US next week

$100 Android Go-powered Alcatel 1X goes on sale at Amazon US next week

Update 1: 2018/05/31 11:21am PDT TCL let us know that the 5"/5.3" display size confusion we noted in our coverage is meant to be just 5.3", so we've struck the bit that made reference to Alcatel and
National Security Division Focuses on Combating Cyberthreats

National Security Division Focuses on Combating Cyberthreats

The U.S. Justice Department's National Security Division, created in response to the September 11, 2001, terror attacks, is increasingly focused on an emergent menace: cyberthreats posed by foreign
US Boasts ‘Taking Down Small Islands’ Not a Problem

US Boasts ‘Taking Down Small Islands’ Not a Problem

China's militarization of man-made islands in the South China Sea will not scare off the United States, which is promising to continue carrying out so-called freedom-of-navigation exercises despite
UN Threatens South Sudan With Sanctions

UN Threatens South Sudan With Sanctions

The U.N. Security Council is giving South Sudan one month to stop fighting and sign a peace deal or face an arms embargo and sanctions.The council passed a U.S.-sponsored resolution Thursday with the
Facebook Shareholders Ask Company Leaders for More Accountability

Facebook Shareholders Ask Company Leaders for More Accountability

Facebook has faced backlash from customers, regulators and lawmakers over its handling of user data and its response to reports that foreign actors have used its service to upend elections. Now it's
Body of Woman Killed at US Border Returns to Guatemala

Body of Woman Killed at US Border Returns to Guatemala

The body of a young Guatemalan woman who was shot dead last week by a U.S. border agent near Laredo, Texas, arrived Thursday in her home country and was turned over to her grieving parents.Lidia and
Navajo Presidential Race Draws Crowded Field of Candidates

Navajo Presidential Race Draws Crowded Field of Candidates

The race to become president on the country's largest American Indian reservation has drawn a record number of candidates with 19 filing for the office.The field includes tribal President Russell
5 Suspects Charged with Smuggling Endangered Birds to Taiwan

5 Suspects Charged with Smuggling Endangered Birds to Taiwan

A federal court in New Orleans on Thursday indicted five men for allegedly conspiring to smuggle 90 endangered birds to Taiwan.They included parrots, macaws, cockatoos and corellas. The birds are
Comic Samantha Bee, TBS Apologize for Explicit Remark About Ivanka Trump

Comic Samantha Bee, TBS Apologize for Explicit Remark About Ivanka Trump

U.S. comedian Samantha Bee has apologized for comments directed at White House adviser Ivanka Trump that Bee now says were “inappropriate and inexcusable.”Bee hosts a late-night talk show on the U.S.
Allies in G-7 Vow to Fight US Tariffs, See Threat to Growth

Allies in G-7 Vow to Fight US Tariffs, See Threat to Growth

The United States' allies in the G-7 vowed Thursday to push back against Washington's decision to impose tariffs on their steel and aluminum exports, saying as they gathered for a meeting that the
14-Year-Old Texan Wins National Spelling Bee

14-Year-Old Texan Wins National Spelling Bee

Karthik Nemmani didn’t win his regional spelling bee. He didn’t even win his county spelling bee. But he was still good enough to win the Scripps National Spelling Bee.Throwing everything he had into