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US Arrests Executive Charged With Bribing Venezuelan State Oil Company Official

US Arrests Executive Charged With Bribing Venezuelan State Oil Company Official

A business executive who controlled multiple energy companies that supplied equipment to Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA has been arrested in the latest case to spill out of a broad U.S. bribery
Infowars Host Not at Hearing in Sandy Hook Lawsuit

Infowars Host Not at Hearing in Sandy Hook Lawsuit

Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones wasn’t in court Wednesday as his attorneys argued that the Infowars host who has called the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting a hoax didn’t defame one victim’s
Intensity of Fires in US West Threatens to Push Firefighters to the Brink

Intensity of Fires in US West Threatens to Push Firefighters to the Brink

California fire captain Robert Veverka and his crew arrived in Redding, California, last Thursday night as gale-force winds whipped the Carr Fire into a flaming tornado. They spent the next 30 hours
Alarms on Russian Meddling Sounded on Capitol Hill

Alarms on Russian Meddling Sounded on Capitol Hill

One day after Facebook shut down 32 fake social media accounts that spewed politically divisive messages, U.S. lawmakers were warned that Russian efforts to confuse and polarize the American people
Small LA Theater Amplifies Voice of Hispanic Community

Small LA Theater Amplifies Voice of Hispanic Community

A small theater in the heart of a Latino neighborhood in Los Angeles is giving voice to the immigrant community there. The place has provided a stage for new artists at risk of social exclusion. Some
US-Turkey Relations Further Sour Over Detention of American Pastor

US-Turkey Relations Further Sour Over Detention of American Pastor

President Donald Trump has authorized sanctions for two top Turkish officials in connection with Ankara’s refusal to release an American pastor detained in Turkey. Turkish authorities have arrested
Conservation Detection Dogs Sniff out Threatened Species

Conservation Detection Dogs Sniff out Threatened Species

Canines have served as working dogs for thousands of years. They guard our homes, help in search and rescue missions and assist people with disabilities. But now scientists are training a special
Ohio State’s Meyer Put on Leave, Inquiry Opened

Ohio State’s Meyer Put on Leave, Inquiry Opened

Urban Meyer’s job appears to be in jeopardy.Ohio State placed Meyer, one of the most successful coaches in college football history, on paid administrative leave Wednesday while it investigates claims
State Lawmakers Surviving Allegations in #MeToo Age

State Lawmakers Surviving Allegations in #MeToo Age

When the #MeToo movement swept across the country, triggering a national reckoning about sexual misconduct, some politicians lost their positions and power amid such allegations. Many others did not.
AP Fact Check: Trump’s Grocery ID Statement Unfounded

AP Fact Check: Trump’s Grocery ID Statement Unfounded

President Donald Trump is justifying his call for voter ID cards by saying photo identification is a universal requirement in the marketplace. As anyone who frequents a grocery store knows, it’s not.A

Study Suggests Tariffs Would Result In Scores Of People Putting Off New Car Purchases

In a recent survey, 15% of respondents said they wouldn't buy a new car until the tariffs were over. |
US Farmers Want 'Trade Not Aid'

US Farmers Want 'Trade Not Aid'

Since May, the price per bushel of soybeans has dropped almost 20 percent in the wake of an escalating trade war between the United States and China. As VOA’s Kane Farabaugh reports, despite plans for
US Farmers Want ‘Trade Not Aid’

US Farmers Want ‘Trade Not Aid’

The rolling fields of green soybean plants growing on Fred Grieder’s Illinois farm would be a welcome sign most years … an indicator of a promising harvest in the fall.But this isn’t most
China Urges US to 'Calm Down' in Trade Dispute

China Urges US to 'Calm Down' in Trade Dispute

China on Thursday urged the United States to "calm down" and return to reason after the Trump administration sought to ratchet up pressure for trade concessions by proposing a higher 25-percent tariff
Mount Sunflower: The Tallest Peak With The Easiest Climb

Mount Sunflower: The Tallest Peak With The Easiest Climb

Situated at a formidable height of 4,039 feet above sea level, the lofty summit of Mount Sunflower is the highest point in the state of Kansas, the United States. Yet, it’s barely noticeable and
Report: US News Media Part of the Problem in Misunderstanding Native Americans

Report: US News Media Part of the Problem in Misunderstanding Native Americans

A recent report confirms what Native Americans have always known: Most Americans know little, if anything, about American Indians, and what they do know is based on flawed narratives for which the
Pompeo in Malaysia for Talks on Free Trade, North Korea

Pompeo in Malaysia for Talks on Free Trade, North Korea

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is in Malaysia, the first stop of an Asia tour expected to focus on promoting free trade and pressuring North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons.During his visit
Ivanka Trump Says News Media Not 'Enemy of the People'

Ivanka Trump Says News Media Not 'Enemy of the People'

Ivanka Trump says she does not agree that the news media are "the enemy of the people," breaking with one of President Donald Trump's frequent attacks on the press.At an event sponsored by Axios, the
Trump Receives Letter from North Korea's Kim

Trump Receives Letter from North Korea's Kim

The White House says President Donald Trump has received a letter from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, following up on the two leaders' June summit in Singapore."A letter to President Trump from
Uganda's Ailing Health Sector Gets Booster Shot from US

Uganda's Ailing Health Sector Gets Booster Shot from US

The U.S. Mission in Uganda has added more than $100 million in aid to the East African country with about half being injected into health, a sector analysts say is receiving little attention from the