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American Ballet: What’s It's Like to Perform on a US Stage

American Ballet: What’s It's Like to Perform on a US Stage

The U.S. attracts the best and the brightest talents from around the world. For many, the path to success is easy and quick, for others – long and challenging. For two ballerinas who moved to the U.S.
US, China End Latest Trade Talks Without Settlement

US, China End Latest Trade Talks Without Settlement

China says its trade and business agreements with the United States will be void if U.S. President Donald Trump decides to impose tariff hikes and other restrictions on Chinese imports. The warning
Escalation of Sino-US Tension Hurts Southeast Asian Coastal States

Escalation of Sino-US Tension Hurts Southeast Asian Coastal States

A U.S. pledge to keep sailing navy vessels through the disputed South China Sea, which Beijing calls its own, could spark a military escalation that may hurt the interests of Southeast Asian states,
Can US- Seoul Alliance Survive a Nuclear Deal?

Can US- Seoul Alliance Survive a Nuclear Deal?

The U.S. and South Korea remain united in pursing a diplomatic solution to end the North Korean nuclear threat, but their national security priorities may differ over what would be the role of the
German Government Seeks Clarification From US Ambassador

German Government Seeks Clarification From US Ambassador

The German government is seeking clarification of a report in which the new U.S. ambassador was quoted as saying that he wants to “empower” conservative leaders throughout Europe. A spokesman for the
Trump Acclaims 500th Day in Office

Trump Acclaims 500th Day in Office

U.S. President Donald Trump acclaimed his 500th day in office Monday, declaring that "many believe" he has accomplished more than any other American president.Trump cited tax cuts enacted last year,
US Top Court Sides With Baker in Gay Wedding Cake Case

US Top Court Sides With Baker in Gay Wedding Cake Case

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday issued a limited ruling in favor of a Colorado baker who refused on religious grounds to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple in 2012.The justices voted 7-2 that
Facebook Under Scrutiny Over Data Sharing After NYT Report

Facebook Under Scrutiny Over Data Sharing After NYT Report

Facebook is pushing back against a media report saying that it provided extensive information about its users and their friends to third parties like phone makers. The New York Times reported Sunday
US High Court Throws out Immigrant Teen Abortion Ruling

US High Court Throws out Immigrant Teen Abortion Ruling

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday threw out a lower court ruling that let a pregnant illegal immigrant minor held in federal immigration custody to obtain an abortion last year at age 17 over the
'Beyond Disappointed': Injured Serena Withdraws From French Open

'Beyond Disappointed': Injured Serena Withdraws From French Open

Serena Williams announced her shock withdrawal from the French Open with injury on Monday just minutes before her scheduled fourth-round clash against long-time bitter rival and fellow Grand Slam icon
US President Declares His 'Absolute Right' to Pardon Himself

US President Declares His 'Absolute Right' to Pardon Himself

President Donald Trump on Monday declared he has an "absolute right" to pardon himself and then also tweeted his assertion that the federal government investigation into ties between his 2016 election
US Demands OAS Suspend Venezuela

US Demands OAS Suspend Venezuela

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo demanded Monday the Organization of American States suspend Venezuela from the group until it restores constitutional order in the aftermath of what the United
NASA Mathematician Katherine Johnson Being Honored In Bronze

NASA Mathematician Katherine Johnson Being Honored In Bronze

Katherine Johnson, the NASA mathematician whose calculations helped astronauts return to Earth, is being honored at her alma mater with a bronze statue and a scholarship in her name. West Virginia
UN Expert Calls US Income Inequality 'a Political Choice'

UN Expert Calls US Income Inequality 'a Political Choice'

A U.N.-supported human rights expert has blasted the yawning gap between rich and poor in the United States and says the world's richest country "is now moving full steam ahead to make itself even
Pompeo Meets with Turkish FM in Bid to Reduce Bilateral Tensions

Pompeo Meets with Turkish FM in Bid to Reduce Bilateral Tensions

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu reaffirmed their commitment to addressing common concerns, including terrorism, Monday during talks aimed at resolving
The Meteorite That Crashed Into A Car

The Meteorite That Crashed Into A Car

The Peekskill meteorite car sitting at a collector’s garage in Peekskill. Photo credit: Ryan Thompson/Flickr On October 9, 1992, a brilliant fireball flashed across the evening sky over eastern United
Family finds two-headed snake in their back garden and decide to keep it

Family finds two-headed snake in their back garden and decide to keep it

Apparently this two-headed reptile is completely harmless.
US Airstrike Kills 27 Terrorist Fighters in N. Somalia

US Airstrike Kills 27 Terrorist Fighters in N. Somalia

A U.S. airstrike in northern Somalia Saturday killed 27 al-Shabab militants, the U.S. Africa Command said.It posted a Twitter message Monday saying the strike near Bosaso, in semi-autonomous Puntland

Using Uber Could Be More Affordable Than Driving Your Own Car

A new study suggest Uber is a better option than car ownership in major U.S. cities. |

5 Years on, US Government Still Counting Snowden Leak Costs

National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden blew the lid off U.S. government surveillance methods five years ago, but intelligence chiefs complain that revelations from the trove of classified