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'Patriotism' vs. 'Free Speech' Debate Plays Out on White House Lawn

'Patriotism' vs. 'Free Speech' Debate Plays Out on White House Lawn

A debate over patriotism and the right of free expression is continuing in the United States with President Donald Trump extending his criticism of professional athletes who decline to stand for the
Media: White House Aide Who Mocked McCain Has Left Trump Administration

Media: White House Aide Who Mocked McCain Has Left Trump Administration

A White House aide who joked about U.S. Senator John McCain's battle with brain cancer no longer works in the Trump administration, a source with knowledge of the matter said Tuesday.During an
Lava Destroys Hundreds of Homes in Hawaii

Lava Destroys Hundreds of Homes in Hawaii

Lava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano destroyed hundreds of homes overnight, including one belonging to Hawaii County Mayor Harry Kim.No injuries were reported, as homeowners in those oceanfront
As Polls Close, California Holds Key on Big Night of Primary Elections

As Polls Close, California Holds Key on Big Night of Primary Elections

For all their talk of a "blue wave," Democrats needed a good day Tuesday in California to have much hope of seizing the House majority this fall.No state will play a more significant role in the fight
114 Suspected Undocumented Workers Arrested in Ohio

114 Suspected Undocumented Workers Arrested in Ohio

U.S. immigration agents raided two Ohio garden stores Tuesday and arrested 114 workers believed to be undocumented immigrants for alleged identity theft.It was the largest such sting by Homeland
Report: US, ZTE Sign Deal to Get Chinese Firm Operating Again

Report: US, ZTE Sign Deal to Get Chinese Firm Operating Again

Chinese telecommunications firm ZTE has signed a deal with the United States that lets the crippled company get back in business, Reuters reports.ZTE was almost totally shut down after the Trump
Fashion designer Kate Spade found dead at New York home

Fashion designer Kate Spade found dead at New York home

Kate Spade, the designer who built a fashion empire on the popularity of her signature handbags before selling the brand, was found dead in her New York City apartment on Tuesday morning in an
Colorado Wildfire Rages as Firefighters Make Gains in New Mexico, California

Colorado Wildfire Rages as Firefighters Make Gains in New Mexico, California

Crews in Colorado, New Mexico and California continue to fight wildfires as the National Interagency Fire Center warns that warmer and drier-than-normal conditions have put large portions of the
Living Under the Cloud of Deportation

Living Under the Cloud of Deportation

The administration of President Donald Trump has identified thousands of Vietnamese, it says, are eligible for deportation. While deportation may not be possible under a 2008 agreement between the
50 Years after RFK’s Assassination, Divisions Linger

50 Years after RFK’s Assassination, Divisions Linger

Moments after winning the California primary that many said cleared the path to winning his party’s nomination, U.S. presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy was shot and mortally wounded. His death,
Residents cheer lightning quick teenager who performs miracles escaping police

Residents cheer lightning quick teenager who performs miracles escaping police

Footage of the man jumping five fences and performing a back flip to evade police has had many calling for the man to compete in the 'hood Olympics'.

Police officer filmed repeatedly punching homeless man in the head

The officer has been taken off the beat while the incident is being investigated.
Giuliani: Mueller's Team Trying to Frame Trump

Giuliani: Mueller's Team Trying to Frame Trump

Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani says special counsel Robert Mueller's team is trying to frame President Trump.Giuliani, who has been serving as Trump's lawyer amid the Russia scandal, says
Facebook Acknowledges Data-Sharing Pact with Chinese Companies

Facebook Acknowledges Data-Sharing Pact with Chinese Companies

Facebook has admitted that it had a data sharing agreement with four Chinese technology companies, including one considered a national security threat by the U.S. intelligence community, raising new
France, Germany, UK Seek Exemption From US Iran Sanctions

France, Germany, UK Seek Exemption From US Iran Sanctions

Britain, France and Germany have joined forces to urge the United States to exempt European companies from any sanctions the U.S. will slap on Iran after pulling out of an international nuclear
Tiny Singapore Prepares for Trump-Kim Frenzy

Tiny Singapore Prepares for Trump-Kim Frenzy

Thousands of journalists are set to descend on the tiny city-state of Singapore over the next week, as preparations continue for the summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader
G-7 or G-6 Plus One?

G-7 or G-6 Plus One?

A year ago in Sicily at the G-7 summit of leading industrial nations, U.S. President Donald Trump was at loggerheads with his fellow summiteers primarily over climate change. At this year’s annual
China Blasts US for Flying B-52 Bombers Near Disputed Islands

China Blasts US for Flying B-52 Bombers Near Disputed Islands

China blasted the United States Tuesday for flying a pair of B-52 bombers near disputed islands in the South China Sea, further fueling tensions between the two countries.Foreign Ministry spokeswoman
European Union Set to Retaliate Against US-Imposed Tariffs

European Union Set to Retaliate Against US-Imposed Tariffs

The European Union says it will begin imposing a new set of tariffs against U.S. imports beginning in July, in response to new U.S. import duties on EU steel and aluminum.European Commission Vice

President's Most Senior Technology Advisor Says the White House is Quietly Pursuing an Aggressive AI Plan

Speaking at a conference held at MIT, Donald Trump's chief technology advisor, Michael Kratsios, said this week that the U.S. government would release any data that might help fuel AI research in the