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Republican Senators Spar over Trump Nominees to Head State Department, CIA

Republican Senators Spar over Trump Nominees to Head State Department, CIA

Two U.S. Republican senators sparred Sunday over President Donald Trump's nomination of Mike Pompeo, director of the Central Intelligence Agency, as his new secretary of state, and deputy CIA chief
Lawmakers warn of 'red line' as Trump attacks Russia probe

Lawmakers warn of 'red line' as Trump attacks Russia probe

President Donald Trump Sunday intensified his attacks on Robert Mueller's Russia investigation as biased against him, but stopped just short of targeting the special counsel - whose ouster lawmakers
Woman killed by Uber driverless car

Woman killed by Uber driverless car

A woman was killed by an Uber self-driving sport utility vehicle in Arizona, police said on Monday, and the ride hailing company said it had suspended its autonomous vehicle program across the United
US Supreme Court Takes Up New Immigration Detention Dispute

US Supreme Court Takes Up New Immigration Detention Dispute

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday took up a new dispute over the detention of immigrants in a case involving whether people convicted of criminal offenses who are subject to deportation can remain free
Saudi Crown Prince to Visit White House Tuesday

Saudi Crown Prince to Visit White House Tuesday

Saudi Arabia's crown prince Mohammed bin Salman is visiting Washington this week, as Saudi Arabia's rivalry with Iran heats up. Mohammed bin Salman comes to the U.S. touting a vision for a new Saudi
Trump Seeks Death Penalty for Drug Traffickers to Curb US Opioid Abuse

Trump Seeks Death Penalty for Drug Traffickers to Curb US Opioid Abuse

U.S. President Donald Trump is in New Hampshire to unveil his long-awaited plan to combat the nation's opioid addiction crisis.Trump vowed to help create "a generation of drug-free children,'' saying
Trump Fumes Over Special Counsel Mueller's Probe

Trump Fumes Over Special Counsel Mueller's Probe

Intrigue and uproar has spiked yet again in Washington regarding the Russia probe, with renewed questions arising about the future of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation. VOA's Michael
Nicholson: US Planning Religious, Diplomatic, Military and Social Pressure on Taliban

Nicholson: US Planning Religious, Diplomatic, Military and Social Pressure on Taliban

The top U.S. military commander in Afghanistan said a combination of religious, social, diplomatic and military pressure will be applied to the Taliban this year to force them to start negotiating for
Judge My Actions, Says Trump Candidate for UN Migration Agency

Judge My Actions, Says Trump Candidate for UN Migration Agency

President Donald Trump's nominee to head the U.N. migration agency acknowledges a controversy over his social media posts on topics like climate change and Muslims, but insists that "retweets are not

Shaken, Not Stirred: A ’61 E-Type Race Car

When I think of an E-Type, I think of a stuffy old man with a sweater wrapped around his neck, leaning against an impractical and expensive masterpiece of British design. It’s pristine, with chrome
Trump calls for death penalty for drug dealers to beat opioid crisis

Trump calls for death penalty for drug dealers to beat opioid crisis

US President Donald Trump on Monday made a controversial call for drug traffickers to face the death penalty, as part of his plan to combat America's opioid epidemic - a move that appears to be as

Entrepreneur Andrew Yang, a Big Supporter Of Universal Basic Income, is Running For President

In a recently published podcast, Andrew Yang, tech entrepreneur and founder of Venture for America, said he is vying for the Democratic party nomination to run for President of the United States. From
Former GM, Microsoft CFO Named Senior White House Policy Official

Former GM, Microsoft CFO Named Senior White House Policy Official

Former General Motors and Microsoft Chief Financial Officer Christopher Liddell was named White House deputy chief of staff for policy coordination, officials said on Monday.Liddell, who has been a
Dunford Visits Afghanistan to Review US Military Campaign

Dunford Visits Afghanistan to Review US Military Campaign

The top U.S. military officer visited Afghanistan on Monday to evaluate the military campaign and ensure new American advisory teams and an upgraded Afghan Air Force are on target as the next fighting
AP FACT CHECK: Trump Tests Reality in Blasting Russia Probe

AP FACT CHECK: Trump Tests Reality in Blasting Russia Probe

President Donald Trump's latest barrage of tweets attacking investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 election stretched the bounds of credulity, from false claims that "no crime" had been
White House: Trump Not Scheduled to Congratulate Putin on Re-election

White House: Trump Not Scheduled to Congratulate Putin on Re-election

Hours after Russian President Vladimir Putin won re-election, White House officials said his victory was no surprise, and they have no plans for President Trump to call Putin to congratulate him on
White House Denies Trump Planning to Fire Special Counsel

White House Denies Trump Planning to Fire Special Counsel

Despite intensifying criticism from the president, the White House is denying Donald Trump intends to fire special counsel Robert Mueller, who is conducting a criminal investigation of Trump’s 2016
US Supreme Court Rejects Republican Challenge to Pennsylvania Congressional Map

US Supreme Court Rejects Republican Challenge to Pennsylvania Congressional Map

The Democrats’ chances of winning back the U.S. House got a boost Monday when the Supreme Court and a separate panel of federal judges rejected Republican efforts to block newly re-drawn congressional
Four More Sentenced in US Multi-State Dog Fighting Ring

Four More Sentenced in US Multi-State Dog Fighting Ring

Four more defendants were sentenced to prison Monday as part of the Justice Department’s nationwide crackdown on dog fighting.The four men received prison terms ranging from one to five years. A fifth
New York Councilman Investigating Kushner Real Estate Company

New York Councilman Investigating Kushner Real Estate Company

A New York City councilman and a tenants' rights group said they will investigate allegations that the real estate company formerly controlled by Jared Kushner, a presidential adviser and President