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VOA Interview: Leon Panetta

VOA Interview: Leon Panetta

Greta Van Susteren talks to Leon Panetta, who has served as (among other jobs) Secretary of Defense, Director of the CIA, and White House Chief of Staff. The two discuss a variety of topics from
Ukrainian Anti-Corruption Activists Hail Manafort's Conviction as 'Victory of Sorts'

Ukrainian Anti-Corruption Activists Hail Manafort's Conviction as 'Victory of Sorts'

Anti-corruption activists in Ukraine welcomed the conviction of Paul Manafort on charges of tax evasion and bank fraud, saying they hope his trial will give fresh impetus to Ukrainian probes into
Trump Supporters at Rally Indifferent to Manafort, Cohen Cases

Trump Supporters at Rally Indifferent to Manafort, Cohen Cases

Washington may be buzzing about presumed double legal blows to President Donald Trump, with the Paul Manafort verdict and Michael Cohen's guilty plea, but little of it appeared to matter to his
Trump Tries to Rally Voters With Illegal Immigration Issue

Trump Tries to Rally Voters With Illegal Immigration Issue

President Donald Trump has repeatedly used immigration as a means of rallying voters, both during his campaign and his presidency and is returning to it as a wedge issue for the November elections.At
Democrats Quick to Denounce Legal Woes of Trump's Former Aides

Democrats Quick to Denounce Legal Woes of Trump's Former Aides

U.S. President Donald Trump Wednesday criticized the integrity and legal skills of his former lawyer, Michael Cohen, saying on Twitter that anyone looking for a good lawyer should not retain the
Trump Posthumously Bestows Highest Honor on US Airman

Trump Posthumously Bestows Highest Honor on US Airman

President Donald Trump has posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor to U.S. Air Force Technical Sgt. John Chapman for "extraordinary heroism" in March 2002 during the Battle of Takur Ghar in
Trump Nominates New US Central Command Chief

Trump Nominates New US Central Command Chief

President Donald Trump has nominated Marine Corps Lt. Gen. Kenneth "Frank" McKenzie Jr. to be the next leader of U.S. Central Command, which oversees the counter-Islamic State fight and the war in
US Navy Moves Fleet as Hurricane Bears Down on Hawaii

US Navy Moves Fleet as Hurricane Bears Down on Hawaii

The U.S. Navy has begun moving its ship and submarines away from Hawaii as Hurricane Lane bears down on the state. Rear Adm. Brian Fort, commander of the Naval Surface Group Middle Pacific, said
Afghanistan War Commander: 'Strategy Working,' Despite No Battlefield Changes

Afghanistan War Commander: 'Strategy Working,' Despite No Battlefield Changes

The commander of U.S. and international forces in Afghanistan says the Trump administration's strategy for the war-torn country is yielding progress, despite no significant changes on the battlefield
Ohio State Suspends Coach for 3 Games for Mishandled Abuse Case

Ohio State Suspends Coach for 3 Games for Mishandled Abuse Case

Ohio State Wednesday night suspended head football coach Urban Meyer three games for mishandling domestic violence accusations, punishing one of the sport’s most prominent leaders for keeping an
Sessions Outlines Actions to Fight Opioid Epidemic

Sessions Outlines Actions to Fight Opioid Epidemic

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said the U.S. Justice Department is determined to break the opioid epidemic’s “grip of death and destruction” on the nation.During an appearance in Cleveland
Lawsuit: Verizon Slowed Firefighters’ Internet During Wildfire

Lawsuit: Verizon Slowed Firefighters’ Internet During Wildfire

A Northern California fire department said a telecommunications company slowed its internet communications at a crucial command center set up to help fight one of the state’s largest wildfires.KQED
Indicted California Congressman Still Likely to Win Re-Election

Indicted California Congressman Still Likely to Win Re-Election

The indictment of U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter and his wife that alleges they illegally converted his campaign account into a household checkbook reorders his re-election contest, giving Democrats a
Juror: One Holdout Kept Manafort From Conviction on All Counts

Juror: One Holdout Kept Manafort From Conviction on All Counts

The jury in the trial of Paul Manafort would have convicted the former Trump campaign chairman on all 18 criminal charges if not for one juror who had questions about the reasonable doubt standard of
Legal Blows From Cohen and Manafort Add to Trump's Political Woes

Legal Blows From Cohen and Manafort Add to Trump's Political Woes

The White House went on the defensive Wednesday, one day after two former close associates of President Donald Trump became convicted felons. Former Trump attorney Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to
An Airman Killed in Afghanistan Receives Medal of Honor For Bravery

An Airman Killed in Afghanistan Receives Medal of Honor For Bravery

A U.S. Airman has been honored posthumously for his extraordinary bravery that helped save the lives of his teammates while fighting al-Qaida terrorists in Afghanistan. U.S. President Donald Trump
US, China Exchange New Round of Tariffs in Trade War

US, China Exchange New Round of Tariffs in Trade War

A new set of tit-for-tat tariffs imposed by the United States and China on each other’s goods took effect Thursday.The U.S. announced earlier this month that it would impose 25 percent tariffs on $16
Hayden: Trump Revoking Ex-CIA Chief’s Security Clearance ‘Unacceptable’

Hayden: Trump Revoking Ex-CIA Chief’s Security Clearance ‘Unacceptable’

Former CIA Director Michael Hayden says U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to revoke the security clearance of another former CIA chief, John Brennan, was undemocratic and a threat to the “broad
As US Resettles Fewer Refugees, Pentagon Has Concerns

As US Resettles Fewer Refugees, Pentagon Has Concerns

U.S. military officials worry that sharp cuts to the number of refugees resettled in the country will hurt national security.In an exclusive report Monday, Reuters cited unnamed officials who said
US Leaker of Secret Report on Russian Hacking Faces Sentencing

US Leaker of Secret Report on Russian Hacking Faces Sentencing

A Georgia woman who leaked a secret report on Russian hacking of U.S. voting systems could get a tough sentence. Reality Winner was preparing to face a judge Thursday in Augusta, Georgia. Prosecutors