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US Job Growth Forecast: Solid Pace in May

US Job Growth Forecast: Solid Pace in May

U.S. employers are thought to have hired at a solid pace in May and helped extend the economy’s nearly nine-year expansion, the second-longest on record, despite uncertainty caused by trade
In Texas, Trump Meets With School Shooting Families

In Texas, Trump Meets With School Shooting Families

Seeking to comfort grieving families and shaken survivors, President Donald Trump spent more than an hour privately Thursday with some of those touched by a Texas mass school shooting that killed 10
Outcry Prompts Developers to Cancel School Shooting Video Game

Outcry Prompts Developers to Cancel School Shooting Video Game

After strong criticism from students who survived the February shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and their parents, a video game called "Active Shooter" will not be released on June 6
Pompeo: 'Real Progress' Made in Meeting with North Korea's Top Deputy on Potential Summit

Pompeo: 'Real Progress' Made in Meeting with North Korea's Top Deputy on Potential Summit

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said "real progress" had been made in negotiations Thursday with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's top deputy in New York about the potential summit between Kim and
Photography Frames Cancer in a Different Light for Young Patients

Photography Frames Cancer in a Different Light for Young Patients

Cancer is not just an illness of the body, it also takes a toll on a patient's emotional well-being. To fight feelings of isolation and depression, an organization called the Pablove Foundation
Photography Frames Cancer in Different Light for Young Patients

Photography Frames Cancer in Different Light for Young Patients

Student photographer Madeline Morales takes her camera everywhere she goes. She is always looking for something interesting to shoot. “I try to look at things with a lot of light; a lot of what draws
Former Refugee Opens Lao Restaurant in Washington

Former Refugee Opens Lao Restaurant in Washington

From Italian to Chinese and Afghan to Ethiopian, there are many diverse ethnic restaurants in Washington. Yet, opening a new one with an unfamiliar cuisine can be risky. Seng Luangrath, a former
From Refugee Camp to Best US Chef Contender

From Refugee Camp to Best US Chef Contender

Seng Luangrath may have been born to cook. She started when she was a 7-year-old girl in Laos, learning from her grandmother.“My mom was too busy working,” she told VOA in the kitchen of her
US Gains 223K Jobs; Unemployment at 18-year Low

US Gains 223K Jobs; Unemployment at 18-year Low

U.S. employers extended a streak of solid hiring in May, adding 223,000 jobs and helping lower the unemployment rate to an 18-year low of 3.8 percent. The Labor Department says average hourly pay rose
Trump's Climate Accord Pullout Galvanizes Holdouts

Trump's Climate Accord Pullout Galvanizes Holdouts

After President Donald Trump said the United States was getting out of the Paris climate agreement because it put the U.S. at a "big economic disadvantage," the last two holdouts said they were
Pennsylvania to Bury Remaining Wreckage of Flight 93 at Memorial

Pennsylvania to Bury Remaining Wreckage of Flight 93 at Memorial

Officials say the remaining wreckage of United Flight 93 will be returned later this year to the Pennsylvania memorial marking where it crashed in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.Flight 93 National
Puerto Rico Institute Sues Health Department to Obtain Data

Puerto Rico Institute Sues Health Department to Obtain Data

Puerto Rico's Institute of Statistics is suing the island's health department and demographic registry to obtain data on the number of deaths following Hurricane Maria as a growing number of critics
Trump: America Is Safe Because Coast Guard Is 'Strong'

Trump: America Is Safe Because Coast Guard Is 'Strong'

President Donald Trump says America is safe because the U.S. Coast Guard is "strong."Trump calls the Coast Guard the "elite force" that defends borders, patrols the waters, protects U.S. cities and

Average New Car Loan Soars To Record Level At $523 A Month In The United States

The average car loan in America hit $31,455 and requires a $523 monthly payment. |
Turkish FM, US Secretary of State to Meet Amid Souring Relations

Turkish FM, US Secretary of State to Meet Amid Souring Relations

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu is scheduled to meet with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Washington on Monday amid souring relations between the NATO allies and trading partners over
(Im)migration News Recap, May 27-June 2

(Im)migration News Recap, May 27-June 2

Editor's note: With four people working on (im)migration stories every day, we still struggle to keep up with all of the relevant news. So, we wanted a way to keep you updated with the top
Reports: US to Change Visa Policy for Chinese Students

Reports: US to Change Visa Policy for Chinese Students

U.S. news reports said Friday that the State Department was expected to change its policy later this month for some visas issued to Chinese students.The Associated Press reported this week that under
Incarceration Prolongs Gang Careers, Researchers Say

Incarceration Prolongs Gang Careers, Researchers Say

"Blood In, Blood Out."So goes a common saying about the inescapability of gang life, a reference to a 1993 movie that chronicled the bloody lives of three gangsters in East Los Angeles.In fact,
A Look at Trump’s Meeting With Korea’s Kim Ying-chol

A Look at Trump’s Meeting With Korea’s Kim Ying-chol

U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday met for 80 minutes in the Oval Office with a general he described as the second most powerful man in North Korea. Afterward, Trump told reporters on the White
Lawsuit Makes New Rape Allegation Against Harvey Weinstein

Lawsuit Makes New Rape Allegation Against Harvey Weinstein

Harvey Weinstein was facing a new rape allegation on Friday, including claims that a woman captured video of Weinstein assaulting her, as part of a lawsuit alleging that he had help covering up his