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Journalists killed in Maryland shooting had over 75 years experience between them

Journalists killed in Maryland shooting had over 75 years experience between them

Veteran staff among the dead as suspect is questioned by police.
Trade Dispute Hits China’s Yuan, Investors

Trade Dispute Hits China’s Yuan, Investors

After a sharp sell-off, China’s yuan and stock markets attempted a modest recovery Friday, yet investors were grappling with some of their worst losses in years as a bitter Sino-U.S. trade row
US Defense Secretary Meets With Japan Counterpart

US Defense Secretary Meets With Japan Counterpart

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis met with his Japanese counterpart Friday in Tokyo to ease Japan’s concerns about America’s commitment to the region amid the ongoing denuclearization negotiations
Myanmar Joins the Ranks of Worst Human Trafficking Countries

Myanmar Joins the Ranks of Worst Human Trafficking Countries

The U.S. State Department says Myanmar has joined the ranks of China, Russia, South Sudan, Syria, Iran, North Korea, Venezuela and others as the worst offenders in the world for human trafficking and
Myanmar Downgraded on US Trafficking Report

Myanmar Downgraded on US Trafficking Report

The United States on Thursday declared Myanmar as among the world’s worst offenders in human trafficking, placing it alongside Iran, North Korea and Syria — countries the U.S. has long disparaged.The
5 Killed in Maryland Newspaper Attack

5 Killed in Maryland Newspaper Attack

U.S. police are combing through the life of a gunman who possibly had a vendetta against an Annapolis, Maryland, newspaper when he opened fire killing five people and injuring two others at the office
EU, US Extend Sanctions Against Russia

EU, US Extend Sanctions Against Russia

European leaders have agreed to extend their sanctions against Russia for its 2014 annexation of Ukraine's Crimean peninsula. The EU leaders said in statement Friday the sanctions have been extended
Five booted from flight for ‘attitude’ after being asked to put phones in airplane mode

Five booted from flight for ‘attitude’ after being asked to put phones in airplane mode

Video captured before take-off on Saturday shows a flight attendant argue with a passenger over whether airplane mode had been turned on or not.
UN migration agency rejects Trump's nominee

UN migration agency rejects Trump's nominee

The International Organization for Migration (IOM), the UN's migration agency, has rejected the Trump administration's proposed candidate to lead it, marking only the second time the body won't be run
Suspect in Maryland newsroom rampage charged with murder

Suspect in Maryland newsroom rampage charged with murder

A Maryland man was charged with multiple counts of murder on Friday, a day after police say he rampaged through a newsroom in Annapolis with a shotgun and killed five people in one of the deadliest
Trump Candidate Loses Bid to Lead UN Migration Agency

Trump Candidate Loses Bid to Lead UN Migration Agency

In a defeat for the United States at a multilateral organization, the Trump administration's candidate to lead the U.N. migration agency lost his bid in Friday's election.The U.S. has led the
US Treasury Secretary Slams Report That Trump Wants to Exit WTO

US Treasury Secretary Slams Report That Trump Wants to Exit WTO

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said on Friday a report by the Axios news website, that cited sources as saying President Donald Trump wanted the United States to withdraw from the World Trade
US Consumer Spending Grew Just 0.2 Percent in May

US Consumer Spending Grew Just 0.2 Percent in May

U.S consumers increased their spending just 0.2 percent in May, a disappointing result after two months of much stronger gains. The weaker reading could raise questions about the extent of economic
Mexico: A Safe Destination for Central American Migrants?

Mexico: A Safe Destination for Central American Migrants?

Central American migrants explain their reasons for establishing themselves in Mexico, instead of risking another journey north.
Migrants Choose to Stay in Mexico, Despite Risks

Migrants Choose to Stay in Mexico, Despite Risks

Following a lunch of warm menudo (a traditional Mexican soup) and corn tortillas on a gated porch, some of the migrants in Mexicali, Mexico’s Mana Pastoral Center — a shelter for adult men — search
Will Trump-Putin Summit Be Chemistry Vs Substance?

Will Trump-Putin Summit Be Chemistry Vs Substance?

Summit meetings can change the world. Back in the 1970s, West German Chancellor Willy Brandt used to say that it was of the highest importance for leaders to "get a smell of each other." Chemistry
Canada Strikes Back at US over Tariffs, Unveils Aid Package

Canada Strikes Back at US over Tariffs, Unveils Aid Package

Canada struck back at U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs on Friday, vowing to impose punitive measures on C$16.6 billion ($12.63 billion) of American goods and unveiling a C$2 billion aid package for
The Young White Men Who Back Trump

The Young White Men Who Back Trump

As he drives along a rural Ohio road where cell phone service can be spotty, Rylee Cupp, 21, reflects on how he overcame reservations about Donald Trump to emerge as a strong supporter of the
Maryland Man Denied Bail in Newsroom Rampage That Killed 5

Maryland Man Denied Bail in Newsroom Rampage That Killed 5

A Maryland man charged with rampaging through a newsroom in Annapolis with a pump-action shotgun and killing five people was denied bail on Friday after one of the deadliest attacks on journalists in