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Police officer carries girl, 3, to safety after she had been locked in hot car all night

Police officer carries girl, 3, to safety after she had been locked in hot car all night

The heroic police officer saved the toddler's life after spotting struggling with the heat strapped into her seat.
Maryland Summer Camp Encourages Young Girls to Pursue STEM Careers

Maryland Summer Camp Encourages Young Girls to Pursue STEM Careers

Women still lag far behind men when it comes to careers in the fastest growing technology fields. Recent studies show fewer than 20 percent of women will pursue careers in Science, Technology,
Girl who lost face in suicide attempt meets donor’s grandmother in emotional video

Girl who lost face in suicide attempt meets donor’s grandmother in emotional video

Doctors initially thought Katie Stubblefield would not survive after she shot herself under the chin when she was just 18.
Trump Lashes Out at NY Times Story on White House Counsel and Russia Probe

Trump Lashes Out at NY Times Story on White House Counsel and Russia Probe

President Donald Trump is lashing out at The New York Times for Sunday's story reporting that White House lawyer Don McGahn has cooperated extensively with the special investigation into Russian
National Security Adviser Says 4 Foreign Adversaries May Try to Interfere in US Elections

National Security Adviser Says 4 Foreign Adversaries May Try to Interfere in US Elections

President Donald Trump's national security adviser says he is concerned that four foreign adversaries may be trying to interfere in upcoming U.S. elections. VOA's Marcus Harton has more.
The Latest: The New Alternative Facts: ‘Truth Isn’t Truth’

The Latest: The New Alternative Facts: ‘Truth Isn’t Truth’

11:50 a.m. Move over, alternative facts. Now, truth isn’t truth. President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani used the line Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press” with Chuck Todd.Giuliani was
Women win primaries in record numbers, look to November

Women win primaries in record numbers, look to November

Women are not just running for office in record numbers this year — they are winning.More women than ever before have won major party primaries for governor, U.S. Senate and House this year — setting
Brennan Threatens to Sue Trump to Stop Revoking Security Clearances

Brennan Threatens to Sue Trump to Stop Revoking Security Clearances

Former CIA Director John Brennan is threatening to sue President Donald Trump to stop him from stripping security clearances from other officials who criticize him."If my clearances -- and my

'Americans Own Less Stuff, and That's Reason To Be Nervous'

Bloomberg's Tyler Cowen writes about "the erosion of personal ownership and what that will mean for our loyalties to traditional American concepts of capitalism and private property." An anonymous

China Aims To Narrow Cyberwarfare Gap With US

According to the Department of Defense, China is looking to narrow the gap with the U.S. in terms of cyberwarfare capabilities. "The Pentagon report said that in recent years the Chinese army has
Catholics Consider Withholding Donations Amid Scandals

Catholics Consider Withholding Donations Amid Scandals

For decades, Michael Drweiga has opened his wallet whenever the donation basket comes around at church, but the latest revelations of priests sexually abusing children brought him to the conclusion
Aretha Franklin Celebrated at Sunday Service at Father's Baptist Church

Aretha Franklin Celebrated at Sunday Service at Father's Baptist Church

Fans and worshippers celebrated the life of Aretha Franklin at her father's Baptist church in Detroit on Sunday, with her powerful voice again ringing out within its walls in tribute to her
Science Says: Hotter Weather Turbocharges US West Wildfires

Science Says: Hotter Weather Turbocharges US West Wildfires

The years with the most acres burned by wildfires have some of the hottest temperatures, an Associated Press analysis of fire and weather data found. As human-caused climate change has warmed the
Bolton in Israel: Iran Nuclear Program at 'Top of List' in Talks With Netanyahu

Bolton in Israel: Iran Nuclear Program at 'Top of List' in Talks With Netanyahu

Iran's nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programs are at "the top of the list," U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton said Sunday after arriving in Israel, where he plans to holds talks with
Summer Culture Camp: Fun and All Things Korean

Summer Culture Camp: Fun and All Things Korean

For many children in the U.S., summer is the time to go to camp. Kids have fun but also learn new skills like swimming, boating, theater and horseback riding. One camp in St. Paul, Minnesota, mixes
From Beer to the Bakery: How One Entrepreneur Recycles Spent Grains into Flour

From Beer to the Bakery: How One Entrepreneur Recycles Spent Grains into Flour

Americans drink a lot of beer, according to the Beer Institute, almost 100 liters for every drinking age American each year. That's a lot of malted barley, the main ingredient that gives beer its
Girl, 3, makes ‘miracle’ recovery from brain tumour after kiss from the Pope

Girl, 3, makes ‘miracle’ recovery from brain tumour after kiss from the Pope

The parents of Gianna Maciantonio were planning her funeral before she met Pope Francis.
Manafort Jury Deliberations Reach Third Day

Manafort Jury Deliberations Reach Third Day

Jurors deciding the tax and bank fraud trial of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort deliberate the case for a third day Monday.The six-man, six-woman panel has been discussing the case behind
US Reliance on Private Prisons Sparks Controversy

US Reliance on Private Prisons Sparks Controversy

Alex Friedmann was once in favor of private prisons. He spent six years in a freshly built one in Tennessee from 1992 to 1998. He was serving time for armed robberies committed between the ages of 18