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New CCTV shows gunman entering Pulse nightclub ahead of massacre

New CCTV shows gunman entering Pulse nightclub ahead of massacre

Omar Mateen shot and killed 49 people in the terror attack in June 2016.
Miami bridge collapse death toll rises to 9

Miami bridge collapse death toll rises to 9

The pedestrian bridge collapsed on Thursday.
Chicago dyes entire river green for St Patrick’s Day
Trump Signs Taiwan Travel Act

Trump Signs Taiwan Travel Act

U.S. President Donald Trump has signed legislation that encourages U.S. officials to travel to Taiwan to meet their counterparts and vice versa, a move that has angered China.The president signed the
Analysts Predict Tougher Stance on Iran, North Korea Under Pompeo

Analysts Predict Tougher Stance on Iran, North Korea Under Pompeo

With Rex Tillerson’s abrupt firing as U.S. secretary of state Tuesday, the focus is now on President Donald Trump’s choice to take his place, CIA Director Mike Pompeo, and what this change would mean
US Senators Pledge Help to Iranian Group Seeking End to Iran's Islamist Rule

US Senators Pledge Help to Iranian Group Seeking End to Iran's Islamist Rule

Two U.S. senators - one Republican and one Democrat - have pledged greater support for a U.S.-based Iranian-American group that calls for replacing Iran’s Islamist leadership with a democratic,
Fired FBI Official McCabe Kept Memos on Dealings With Trump

Fired FBI Official McCabe Kept Memos on Dealings With Trump

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, who had been criticized publicly for months by President Donald Trump and was fired late Friday by the attorney general, has kept detailed memos of his
Workers 'Chipping Away' to Extract Cars From Debris of Florida Bridge

Workers 'Chipping Away' to Extract Cars From Debris of Florida Bridge

Florida officials say two cars and three victims have been removed from the wreckage of a pedestrian bridge that collapsed Thursday over a busy highway, killing at least six people and flattening at
US Congress, Egyptian-Americans Share Concerns About Egypt's Election

US Congress, Egyptian-Americans Share Concerns About Egypt's Election

Egyptians living abroad were in the middle of three days of voting Saturday in the country's presidential election.Incumbent Abdel Fattah el-Sissi is expected to beat his only challenger, Moussa
Congress Reaches Sticky Points in $1.3 Trillion Spending Bill Talks

Congress Reaches Sticky Points in $1.3 Trillion Spending Bill Talks

Top-level congressional talks on a $1.3 trillion catchall spending bill are reaching a critical stage as negotiators confront immigration, abortion-related issues and a battle over a massive rail
Lawmakers, Former Officials Weigh in on Firing of FBI’s McCabe

Lawmakers, Former Officials Weigh in on Firing of FBI’s McCabe

Lawmakers and former federal officials weighed in Saturday on the firing of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe late Friday by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.Former U.S. Attorney General Eric
US Negotiating 'Supplement' to Iran Nuclear Deal With European Allies

US Negotiating 'Supplement' to Iran Nuclear Deal With European Allies

The United States and European powers are negotiating over a possible "supplemental" agreement to the Iran nuclear deal that would address Iran's ballistic-missile development and involvement in
Cambodia Joins China for Military Drills as US Relations Cool

Cambodia Joins China for Military Drills as US Relations Cool

Hundreds of Cambodian and Chinese soldiers began a 15-day joint military exercise in central Cambodia this week, involving live-fire rocket launches from helicopters, mock tank battles, and
AP Fact Check: Trump Wrong on Russia Collusion Question, McCabe Timeline

AP Fact Check: Trump Wrong on Russia Collusion Question, McCabe Timeline

In a series of blistering tweets, President Donald Trump falsely asserted that the House Intelligence Committee has concluded there was no collusion between his presidential campaign and Russia.Trump
Engineers, State, University Cleared Bridge Hours Before Collapse

Engineers, State, University Cleared Bridge Hours Before Collapse

Engineers and state and university officials met hours before a new pedestrian bridge collapsed in southern Florida, killing six people, but concluded a crack in the structure was not a safety
Analysts: Iraq War Legacy Marked by Failure, Some Success

Analysts: Iraq War Legacy Marked by Failure, Some Success

March 20 marks the 15th anniversary of U.S. President George W. Bush announcing the start of Operation Iraqi Freedom, with air strikes and ground troops deployed to target long-time dictator Saddam
Trump campaign consultants exploited millions of Facebook users’ data

Trump campaign consultants exploited millions of Facebook users’ data

A data analysis firm used by President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign tapped the Facebook profiles of more than 50 million users without their permission, allowing it to capitalize on their private

VW To Launch New Small ‘People’s-SUV’ In US and China, But Not Europe

The 'Volks-SUV' will be smaller than the Tiguan but bigger than the T-Roc. |
Trump Assails Special Counsel Mueller as Politically Biased in Russia Probe

Trump Assails Special Counsel Mueller as Politically Biased in Russia Probe

U.S. President Donald Trump is assailing special counsel Robert Mueller, accusing him of political bias in his investigation of Trump's 2016 election campaign links to Russia and whether the president