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White House: Adjusting Imports of Steel Into US

White House: Adjusting Imports of Steel Into US

THE WHITE HOUSEOffice of the Press SecretaryFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMarch 22, 2018 ADJUSTING IMPORTS OF STEEL INTO THE UNITED STATES - - - - - - - BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A
Senate, House Approve $1.3 Trillion Spending Bill

Senate, House Approve $1.3 Trillion Spending Bill

The U.S. Senate has approved a $1.3 trillion spending plan to fund the federal government through September 30.The 65-32 vote early Friday morning followed Thursday’s House of Representatives approval
Fearing Trade War, Some US Farmers Worry About Trump China Tariffs

Fearing Trade War, Some US Farmers Worry About Trump China Tariffs

U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday signed a memo paving the way for major tariffs on Chinese imports. It's part of Trump's plan to crack down on China's theft of intellectual property. But many
Trump Lawyer Resigns as Democrats Issue New Warning on Russia Probe

Trump Lawyer Resigns as Democrats Issue New Warning on Russia Probe

President Donald Trump's lead lawyer in the Russia probe, John Dowd, resigned Thursday, the latest twist in an investigation that continues to cast a shadow over the Trump White House. Trump has
Tillerson Urges Integrity, Good Deeds in Farewell Speech

Tillerson Urges Integrity, Good Deeds in Farewell Speech

Outgoing U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson gave a farewell speech to State Department staff Thursday, before his official March 31 departure. U.S. President Donald Trump announced in a March 13
US Lawmaker Says No Easing of Pressure on North Korea Ahead of Talks

US Lawmaker Says No Easing of Pressure on North Korea Ahead of Talks

As officials lay the ground work for proposed talks between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un, a U.S. lawmaker tells VOA's Korean Service, there will be no easing of
Not All US Students Support Tighter Gun Laws

Not All US Students Support Tighter Gun Laws

On Saturday, students from around the United States will hold rallies in support of tightening gun laws to prevent mass shootings like the recent rampage in a Florida high school. But not all students
Father of Shooting Victim Turns Tragedy into Call For Action

Father of Shooting Victim Turns Tragedy into Call For Action

The tragic shooting in Parkland Florida last month left a gaping hole in the lives of 17 families. But the tragedy has become a call to action for the father of one of the victims. Manuel Oliver wants
US Researchers Test Dyes That Make Cancer Glow During Surgery

US Researchers Test Dyes That Make Cancer Glow During Surgery

Researchers in the US are testing fluorescent dyes that can illuminate cancer cells during surgery. One specialist says using the new techniques and fluorescent dyes could change the way we treat
Asian Allies Refrain From Comment on Upheaval in Trump’s Security Team

Asian Allies Refrain From Comment on Upheaval in Trump’s Security Team

The announced appointment of John Bolton, who has advocated for preventive military strikes against North Korea, to become the U.S. national security adviser has drawn muted reaction from key American

Trump Announces $60 Billion Tariff on Chinese High-Tech and Other Goods

Following months of investigations by the U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, the Trump administration announced on Thursday at a White House briefing that the administration intends to place
Trump axes McMaster, names Bolton as national security adviser

Trump axes McMaster, names Bolton as national security adviser

US President Donald Trump named ultra hardline Fox News pundit and former UN ambassador John Bolton as his new national security advisor Thursday, ousting embattled army general HR McMaster.
Russia Eyes Restrictions on US Imports in Response to Tariffs

Russia Eyes Restrictions on US Imports in Response to Tariffs

Russia will likely prepare a list of restrictions on imported products from the United States in response to U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum, Moscow's trade ministry said on Friday, according to
China Warns US Actions Could Push Ties into Danger Zone

China Warns US Actions Could Push Ties into Danger Zone

China responded swiftly to President Donald Trump's announced plans to levy tariffs on up to $60 billion on Chinese goods, warning the proposed move risks pushing trade relations into the danger
Black Identity, Technology in US Celebrated at Afrotectopia Fest

Black Identity, Technology in US Celebrated at Afrotectopia Fest

Being black and working in the tech industry can be an isolating experience.New York nonprofit Ascend Leadership analyzed the hiring data of hundreds of San Francisco Bay-area tech companies from 2007
US Charges 9 Iranians With Massive Cyberattack

US Charges 9 Iranians With Massive Cyberattack

A federal grand jury in New York has indicted nine Iranians for carrying out a years-long campaign to steal research and other proprietary data from hundreds of American and foreign research
High School Student Hit in Maryland School Shooting Dies

High School Student Hit in Maryland School Shooting Dies

A 16-year-old girl shot by a fellow student at her southern Maryland high school has died after being taken off life support.The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office said Jaelynn Willey died late
Foreign Adoptions by US Families Drop by 12 Percent

Foreign Adoptions by US Families Drop by 12 Percent

The number of foreign children adopted by U.S. parents dropped more than 12 percent last year, accelerating a decline that's now continued for 13 years, according to new State Department figures.Sharp
Fearing Trade War, Some US Farmers Worry About Trump Tariffs

Fearing Trade War, Some US Farmers Worry About Trump Tariffs

Randy Poskin, a soybean farmer in rural Illinois, voted for Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election. But ask him now he feels about that decision, and you get a tepid response."I'm not sure,"