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US Energy Secretary Praises Mexico's Energy Independence Goal

US Energy Secretary Praises Mexico's Energy Independence Goal

U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry says he supports the plans of Mexican President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador to increase the country's energy independence, even if it could mean fewer purchases
Top US Trade Official Hopes for NAFTA 'Breakthrough' in Days

Top US Trade Official Hopes for NAFTA 'Breakthrough' in Days

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer on Thursday said he hopes there will be a breakthrough in NAFTA trade talks in the next few days, as the U.S. bilateral discussions were under way with
As US Media Environment Blurs, Confusion Often Reigns

As US Media Environment Blurs, Confusion Often Reigns

A generation ago, the likes of Walter Cronkite, Peter Jennings and Diane Sawyer were the heroes of television news. Now the biggest stars are arguably Sean Hannity and Rachel Maddow.Notice the
Trump's Military Parade Could Cost More Than $90 Million

Trump's Military Parade Could Cost More Than $90 Million

A military parade requested by U.S. President Donald Trump could cost more than $90 million, a U.S. official said, citing provisional planning figures.The official, speaking on the condition of
Kudlow: China Sending Team to Washington to Talk Trade

Kudlow: China Sending Team to Washington to Talk Trade

The United States and China are resuming trade talks, raising hopes for a way out of an intensifying dispute between the world's two largest economies.White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow told
US Senate Adopts Resolution Backing Free Press After Trump Attacks

US Senate Adopts Resolution Backing Free Press After Trump Attacks

The U.S. Senate on Thursday unanimously adopted a resolution affirming support for a free press and declaring that "the press is not the enemy of the people."The nonbinding resolution approved by
Manafort Trial Jury Asks About 'Reasonable Doubt' at End of First Day of Deliberations

Manafort Trial Jury Asks About 'Reasonable Doubt' at End of First Day of Deliberations

A jury in Virginia completed its first day of deliberations on Thursday in the bank and tax fraud trial of Paul Manafort, U.S. President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, after asking the judge
News Outlets Denounce Trump's 'Dirty War' on Media

News Outlets Denounce Trump's 'Dirty War' on Media

Nearly 350 U.S. news organizations published editorials Thursday defending freedom of the press and pushing back against President Donald Trump's attacks on the media. White House Correspondent Patsy
‘Bourne’ Universe TV Series ‘Treadstone’ Ordered Straight-to-Series at USA Network

‘Bourne’ Universe TV Series ‘Treadstone’ Ordered Straight-to-Series at USA Network

The mysteries of the Bourne universe are coming to cable. USA Network has ordered the ‘Bourne’ spinoff drama Treadstone straight to series. Heroes creator Tim Kring will write and executive produce
US Charges 22 Chinese Importers with Smuggling Counterfeit Goods into US

US Charges 22 Chinese Importers with Smuggling Counterfeit Goods into US

A federal court in New York has charged 22 Chinese importers with smuggling nearly half-a-billion dollars in counterfeit goods into the United States from China.The fake products include such popular
Measles Outbreak Hits 21 US States, CDC Says

Measles Outbreak Hits 21 US States, CDC Says

More than 100 cases of measles have been diagnosed this year in 21 U.S. states and the District of Columbia, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Thursday.As of July 14, 107
Trump's military parade postponed amid reports of soaring costs

Trump's military parade postponed amid reports of soaring costs

A military parade ordered by US President Donald Trump for later this year has been postponed until at least 2019, a defense official said Thursday, following reports the cost had soared to over $90
US, ACLU Agree on Plan to Reunite Separated Immigrant Families

US, ACLU Agree on Plan to Reunite Separated Immigrant Families

The U.S. government has largely reached an agreement with immigrant rights advocates on a revised plan for reuniting hundreds more families separated by border officials after they crossed into the
Aretha Franklin Leaves a Powerful Civil Rights Legacy

Aretha Franklin Leaves a Powerful Civil Rights Legacy

Aretha Franklin, who was born and rose to fame during the segregation era and went on to sing at the inauguration of the first black president, often used her talent, fortune and platform to inspire
New York University Offers Free Medical School Tuition

New York University Offers Free Medical School Tuition

Students considering careers as doctors have just been given extra incentive to pursue medical degrees.The New York University School of Medicine announced Thursday that it would now be tuition-free
More US States Deploy Technology to Track Election Hacking Attempts

More US States Deploy Technology to Track Election Hacking Attempts

A majority of U.S. states has adopted technology that allows the federal government to see inside state computer systems managing voter data or voting devices in order to root out hackers.Two years
Pentagon Says China Military ‘Likely Training for Strikes' on US Targets

Pentagon Says China Military ‘Likely Training for Strikes' on US Targets

China's military has expanded its bomber operations in recent years while "likely training for strikes" against the United States and its allies, a Pentagon report released on Thursday said.The
US Senators: Trump Won’t Claw Back Aid Without a Fight

US Senators: Trump Won’t Claw Back Aid Without a Fight

Leaders from both parties on a powerful Senate committee vowed Thursday to push back if President Donald Trump moves ahead with plans to bypass Congress and roll back billions of dollars from the U.S.
Former Intelligence Officials Critical of Pulled Security Clearance

Former Intelligence Officials Critical of Pulled Security Clearance

Twelve former senior intelligence officials have issued a statement on what they call “the ill-considered and unprecedented remarks and actions by the White House regarding the removal of John
Attorney General Sessions’ Order to Speed Immigration Cases

Attorney General Sessions’ Order to Speed Immigration Cases

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued an order Thursday seeking to speed up the handling of deportation cases, telling immigration judges they should only issue continuances in immigrant removal