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Macron says Brexit Cannot Divide EU, Criticizes Trump's Isolationism

Macron says Brexit Cannot Divide EU, Criticizes Trump's Isolationism

President Emmanuel Macron on Monday said preserving European Union unity was more important than forging a close relationship with post-Brexit Britain, and hit out at what he called U.S. President
Competitor: No One Deserves to Die Over Playing a Videogame

Competitor: No One Deserves to Die Over Playing a Videogame

Marquis Williams and Taylor Poindexter at first thought they heard a balloon popping. When the loud bangs kept coming, the Chicago couple and fellow video gamers attending a weekend tournament
Inner City Gangs in America Battle Rivals, Police

Inner City Gangs in America Battle Rivals, Police

The inner city is a battleground between rival street gangs who fight for turf and prey on residents. U.S. officials say gangs are responsible for half of the murders in Chicago and Los Angeles and 13
Tell Us Your Minneapolis-St. Paul Travel Tips

Tell Us Your Minneapolis-St. Paul Travel Tips

You get a two-for-one deal this week, because we’re looking for travel tips for Minnesota’s twin cities, Minneapolis and St. Paul. I’ve never been, but I noticed that nine out of 11 articles on one
Trump: NAFTA Trade Agreement With Mexico 'Looking Good'

Trump: NAFTA Trade Agreement With Mexico 'Looking Good'

President Donald Trump says the prospects are "looking good" for an agreement with Mexico that could set the stage for an overhaul of the North American Free Trade Agreement."A big deal looking good
Senator John McCain Mourned, Praised Overseas

Senator John McCain Mourned, Praised Overseas

While condolences and remembrances pour in for the late Senator John McCain in the United States, he is also being remembered overseas, including in the nation where he was a prisoner of war for five
New US Sanctions on Russia Come Into Effect

New US Sanctions on Russia Come Into Effect

New U.S. sanctions against Russia over a nerve agent attack in Britain come into effect Monday.The Kremlin said it would review the sanctions in full before considering a possible response, but it
Flags at White House Back at Full Staff After McCain's Death

Flags at White House Back at Full Staff After McCain's Death

The flags at the White House, which were lowered over the weekend to mark the death of Sen. John McCain, are back at full-staff. The flags at the U.S. Capitol, meanwhile, remained at half-staff on
Tributes Pour in for Senator John McCain, But Not From Trump

Tributes Pour in for Senator John McCain, But Not From Trump

Tributes and remembrances of the life of Senator John McCain continue to pour in as the U.S. prepares for a week of commemorations in three cities.The 81-year-old McCain, who died Saturday after a
Confederate Markers Removed From New Mexico Rest Areas

Confederate Markers Removed From New Mexico Rest Areas

The last remaining memorials to Confederate President Jefferson Davis have been removed from New Mexico rest areas along Interstate 10, the main east-west route across the state, New Mexico officials
Gun Control School 'Fashion Show' Features Bulletproof Vests

Gun Control School 'Fashion Show' Features Bulletproof Vests

Gun control activists in Boston are staging a "back-to-school" fashion show featuring bulletproof vests, helmets and other safety gear.The Monday morning event at Boston City Hall plaza is meant to
US, Mexico Reach New Trade Agreement

US, Mexico Reach New Trade Agreement

The United States and Mexico have reached a trade agreement, leaving Canada as the odd man out in efforts to revise or replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), according to U.S.
Iran Asks UN's Highest Court to Suspend US Sanctions

Iran Asks UN's Highest Court to Suspend US Sanctions

Iran warned Monday that reimposed U.S. sanctions would cripple its economy and plunge the volatile Middle East deeper into crisis as it urged the United Nations' highest court to suspend the Trump
Calls Arise to Name Hanoi Street for John McCain

Calls Arise to Name Hanoi Street for John McCain

U.S. Senator John McCain's career-long impact on U.S. foreign affairs was recognized Monday in tributes from across Asia and the Middle East, including tributes from national leaders and calls for a
US Blocks WTO Judge Reappointment as Dispute Settlement Crisis Looms

US Blocks WTO Judge Reappointment as Dispute Settlement Crisis Looms

The United States told the World Trade Organization on Monday it would block the reappointment of one of the WTO's four remaining appeals judges next month, confirming trade experts' fears of a crisis
US Judge Extends Ban of Online 3D-Printed Gun Blueprints

US Judge Extends Ban of Online 3D-Printed Gun Blueprints

A U.S. federal judge on Monday extended a ban on the online distribution of 3D-printed gun blueprints, a win for a group of mainly Democratic-led states that said such a publication would violate
Text of Farewell Statement From Sen. McCain Before His Death

Text of Farewell Statement From Sen. McCain Before His Death

Rick Davis, Sen. John McCain's former presidential campaign manager and a family spokesman, read the following farewell statement from the senator at a news conference at the Arizona State Capitol in
Qatar to Expand Air Base Hosting Major US Military Facility

Qatar to Expand Air Base Hosting Major US Military Facility

Qatar will expand two air bases including Udeid, which hosts the largest U.S. military facility in the Middle East, a senior military official said on Monday amid a year-long dispute between the tiny
What Does it Mean to Lie in State?

What Does it Mean to Lie in State?

U.S. Senator John McCain, who died Saturday after a lengthy battle with brain cancer, will lie in state in the Capitol rotunda in Washington this week, a rare honor given to few statesmen.What does it
Florida Video Game Contest Shooting Reignites Gun Rights Debate

Florida Video Game Contest Shooting Reignites Gun Rights Debate

The slaying of two competitors at a Florida video game tournament on Sunday has stirred the long-simmering gun rights debate in the state on the eve of its hotly contested state and federal primary