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Media executive David Pecker: Another Trump ally turns

Media executive David Pecker: Another Trump ally turns

Confidants of President Donald Trump have been falling to the justice system like dominos of late, and among those who have been caught up in the Mueller probe is media executive David Pecker. Who is
Google Pay adds support for 30 banks in the US

Google Pay adds support for 30 banks in the US

Google often adds support for more financial institutions on its mobile payments platform. In the US, the additions are very frequent and don't show any sign of slowing down. 111 banks joined last
Taliban Accuse US of Airstrikes Against Fighters Battling IS

Taliban Accuse US of Airstrikes Against Fighters Battling IS

The Taliban insurgency claimed Friday that U.S. airstrikes killed 16 of its fighters in eastern Afghanistan who were battling militants loyal to the rival Islamic State.A Taliban spokesman, Zabihullah
Trump Calls Off Pompeo's Planned Trip to North Korea

Trump Calls Off Pompeo's Planned Trip to North Korea

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday he had canceled Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's planned trip to North Korea because "we are not making sufficient progress" toward the goal of
Robin Leach of ‘Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous’ Dies

Robin Leach of ‘Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous’ Dies

Robin Leach, whose voice crystallized the opulent 1980s on TV's “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous,” died Friday. He was 76 Leach’s family said through a public relations firm that he died in Las
Former Head of US Health Agency Arrested on Sexual Abuse Charge

Former Head of US Health Agency Arrested on Sexual Abuse Charge

A former director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), who helped contain the 2014 Ebola outbreak in West Africa, was arrested in New York City on Friday after being accused

America’s Vehicle Fleet Is Getting Older As The Average Model Is Now 10.5 Years Old

Drivers are holding onto their vehicles longer, especially pickups. |
Eyeing China, US Scolds El Salvador, Warns Others on Cutting Taiwan Tie

Eyeing China, US Scolds El Salvador, Warns Others on Cutting Taiwan Tie

The Trump administration says it is re-examining relations with El Salvador after the Central American nation broke diplomatic ties with Taiwan in favor of China. In a statement, the White House
Ex-Pentagon Adviser: US-Taliban Talks an ‘Icebreaker’

Ex-Pentagon Adviser: US-Taliban Talks an ‘Icebreaker’

The United States and the Taliban are reported to be in the early stages of discussions for the first time since 2012. Retired U.S. Army Colonel Christopher Kolenda, who fought in Afghanistan and
After Throttling Firefighters’ Internet, Verizon Makes Changes

After Throttling Firefighters’ Internet, Verizon Makes Changes

Verizon rolled out changes Friday as state lawmakers said they were outraged to learn the telecommunications company had slowed firefighters’ internet service while they battled what became the
US Envoy: EU Aid to Iran Sends ‘Wrong Message’

US Envoy: EU Aid to Iran Sends ‘Wrong Message’

The top U.S. envoy on Iran criticized a European Union decision to give $20.7 million in aid to Tehran on Friday, saying it sent “the wrong message at the wrong time,” and he urged Brussels to help
Autos, Energy Issues Holding up NAFTA Talks

Autos, Energy Issues Holding up NAFTA Talks

The prospect of a quick deal between Mexico and the United States retreated Friday as disagreements over energy flared up and conflict over autos persisted in the renegotiation of the North American
Musk Says Investors Convinced Him Tesla Should Stay Public

Musk Says Investors Convinced Him Tesla Should Stay Public

Tesla Inc. CEO Elon Musk says investors have convinced him that he shouldn't take the company private, so the firm will remain on the public stock markets.The eccentric and sometimes erratic CEO said
US Blasts El Salvador for Cutting Ties with Taiwan in Favor of China

US Blasts El Salvador for Cutting Ties with Taiwan in Favor of China

The United States calls El Salvador's decision to ditch diplomatic ties with Taiwan in favor of China a "grave concern." Washington warned that China's economic inducements could come at a high price
Trump Organization's longtime finance chief given immunity by prosecutors

Trump Organization's longtime finance chief given immunity by prosecutors

Federal investigators granted Allen Weisselberg, the Trump Organization's longtime finance chief, immunity in the probe of Michael Cohen on Friday. He is the latest Trump ally – and perhaps the most
WWII Shipwreck Found off Alaska, Sunk After Only Battle on US Soil

WWII Shipwreck Found off Alaska, Sunk After Only Battle on US Soil

Scientists have used multibeam sonar and a remotely operated craft to locate the remains of the USS Abner Read, which was sunk nearly 75 years ago after hitting a Japanese mine off Alaska's Aleutian
Once-Powerful Hawaii Hurricane Now a Tropical Storm

Once-Powerful Hawaii Hurricane Now a Tropical Storm

A powerful hurricane that threatened Hawaii for a week rapidly disintegrated to become a tropical storm south of Honolulu. But meteorologists warned heavy rains could still wallop the islands with
US Navy Revives 2nd Fleet to Counter Russia in North Atlantic

US Navy Revives 2nd Fleet to Counter Russia in North Atlantic

The U.S. Navy Friday formally re-established its 2nd Fleet, intensifying its focus on the North Atlantic Ocean where the Russian military is operating at a pace not seen since the end of the Cold
When It Comes to Presidential Wrongdoing, Remedy Often Political

When It Comes to Presidential Wrongdoing, Remedy Often Political

In the United States, it is said no one is above the law. But what happens when a president is implicated in criminal wrongdoing? The question resonated this week after President Donald Trump's former
When It Comes to Presidential Wrongdoing, the Remedy Is Often Political

When It Comes to Presidential Wrongdoing, the Remedy Is Often Political

In the United States, it is often said that no one is above the law, even the president. But what happens when the president is implicated in criminal wrongdoing?The question took on new relevance