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Nearly 1,800 Families Separated at US-Mexico Border in 17 Months Through February

Nearly 1,800 Families Separated at US-Mexico Border in 17 Months Through February

Nearly 1,800 immigrant families were separated at the U.S.-Mexico border from October 2016 through February of this year, according to a senior government official, as President Donald Trump
Former CIA Officer Convicted of Spying for China

Former CIA Officer Convicted of Spying for China

A U.S. jury outside Washington has convicted a former CIA officer on charges that he spied for China. The jury in Alexandria, Virginia, found Kevin Mallory, 61, guilty of espionage for giving
Muhammad Ali Attorney Calls Trump Pardon 'Unnecessary'

Muhammad Ali Attorney Calls Trump Pardon 'Unnecessary'

President Donald Trump said Friday he is considering a pardon for the late heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali, who died in 2016 — despite the fact that Ali's conviction for refusal of military
Trump Loses Bid for Total Secrecy for Cohen Probe Documents

Trump Loses Bid for Total Secrecy for Cohen Probe Documents

A federal judge said U.S. President Donald Trump should publicly file his objections to findings of a court-appointed special master reviewing documents seized in a probe of the business dealings of

China Hacked a Navy Contractor and Secured a Trove of Highly Sensitive Data on Submarine Warfare

Ellen Nakashima and Paul Sonne, reporting for The Washington Post: Chinese government hackers have compromised the computers of a Navy contractor, stealing massive amounts of highly sensitive data
Keane: US Will Insist on N. Korean Denuclearization at Summit

Keane: US Will Insist on N. Korean Denuclearization at Summit

Retired U.S. General Jack Keane, a former Army vice chief of staff with close ties to the Trump administration, spoke with VOA's Korean service this week. Keane, 75, began his military career as a
Probe Finds Power Lines Sparked Deadly 2017 California Wildfires

Probe Finds Power Lines Sparked Deadly 2017 California Wildfires

A dozen of the wind-driven blazes that swept northern California's wine country last fall, killing 46 people in the deadliest firestorm in state history, were sparked by PG&E-owned power lines,
Environmentalists Slam US Interior Chief Over Yellowstone Chief's Ouster

Environmentalists Slam US Interior Chief Over Yellowstone Chief's Ouster

Environmentalists on Friday accused the Trump administration of political interference and retaliation in the ouster of Yellowstone National Park's chief after his disputes with U.S. Interior
California Group Funds Candidates It, Trump Supporters Like

California Group Funds Candidates It, Trump Supporters Like

Sipping California zinfandel, eating deviled eggs and fretting about President Donald Trump, the guests attending a political fundraiser at a Silicon Valley executive’s home were the usual assortment
Peace? Sure, But Singaporeans Hope for Summit Tourism Bump

Peace? Sure, But Singaporeans Hope for Summit Tourism Bump

From summit-themed burgers and online scalpers peddling “World Peace” medallions and “Peace Out from Lion City” T-shirts, Singaporeans are cashing in on a historic meeting between U.S. President
Taliban Announces Limited Cease-Fire

Taliban Announces Limited Cease-Fire

The Taliban announced Saturday it will halt offensive operations against government security forces across Afghanistan during three-day festivities of Eid al Fitr, which marks the end of the Muslim
Golden State Warriors Sweep Cleveland Cavaliers for 2nd Straight NBA Title

Golden State Warriors Sweep Cleveland Cavaliers for 2nd Straight NBA Title

Golden State. Golden still.Stephen Curry scored 37 points, NBA Finals MVP Kevin Durant added 20 and a triple-double and the Warriors stamped themselves a dynasty after winning their second straight
Kremlin: Vienna Possible Spot for Trump-Putin Summit

Kremlin: Vienna Possible Spot for Trump-Putin Summit

A Kremlin spokesman says Vienna could be a site for a possible summit between Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Donald Trump. Dmitry Peskov said Saturday the two leaders had talked
Trump Rails at Trudeau, Says US Won't Sign G-7 Communique

Trump Rails at Trudeau, Says US Won't Sign G-7 Communique

U.S. President Donald Trump said Saturday that he had instructed his representatives not to sign a communique by all seven leaders attending the G-7 summit in Canada, citing statements by Canada's
Trump: Meeting with Kim 'One-Time Shot' for North Korea

Trump: Meeting with Kim 'One-Time Shot' for North Korea

U.S. President Donald Trump warned Saturday that his meeting with North Korea's Kim Jong Un in Singapore on June 12 is a "one-time shot" for the reclusive leader.Before leaving the international Group
Trump demands 'no tariffs' while defending steel, aluminum tariffs on US imports at G7

Trump demands 'no tariffs' while defending steel, aluminum tariffs on US imports at G7

President Donald Trump said Saturday his talks with fellow G7 leaders on trade had been "extremely productive" and that he would prefer a tariff-free world if other countries would only treat the

Hyundai Accuses Trump Of Targeting International Manufacturers

President Donald Trump has said he is considering slapping a 25 per cent tariff on imported cars. |
Eritrean ICE Detainee Commits Suicide in Transit in Egypt

Eritrean ICE Detainee Commits Suicide in Transit in Egypt

Egyptian airport officials say an Eritrean detainee of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has died in a holding area, apparently having committed suicide.The officials said Saturday that
Marines Weigh Wooing Older Members for New Cyber Force

Marines Weigh Wooing Older Members for New Cyber Force

The Marine Corps is considering offering bonuses and other perks to entice older, more experienced Marines to re-enlist as it builds up its cyber operations to defend the nation, especially against
Scientists to Resume Testing for Fecal Bacteria Off Kenai

Scientists to Resume Testing for Fecal Bacteria Off Kenai

Scientists will resume testing the waters off Kenai beaches to see whether efforts aimed at reducing fecal bacteria have been working.Fecal coliform and enterococci, which grow in the intestines of