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Britain Seeks Ways to Continue Trading with Iran

Britain Seeks Ways to Continue Trading with Iran

British officials have been turning to Japan for tips on how to dodge American sanctions on Iran, according to local media.Britain is already seeking from Washington exemptions from some U.S.
Rights Groups Urge no Censored Google Search for China

Rights Groups Urge no Censored Google Search for China

More than a dozen human rights groups have sent a letter to Google urging the company not to offer censored internet search in China, amid reports it is planning to again provide the service in the
UN Rights Chief: Vowed US Cuts Wouldn't be 'Fatal' to Office

UN Rights Chief: Vowed US Cuts Wouldn't be 'Fatal' to Office

The U.N. human rights chief says threatened U.S. funding cuts wouldn't be "fatal" for his office, but says he hopes other countries won't follow suit.Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein insisted "the office will
China Denies Trump's Claim it Hacked Clinton's Emails

China Denies Trump's Claim it Hacked Clinton's Emails

China has denied an accusation by U.S. President Donald Trump that it hacked the emails of Hillary Clinton, his Democratic opponent in the 2016 election.“We are firmly opposed to all forms of
News Media Hesitate to Use 'Lie' for Trump's Misstatements

News Media Hesitate to Use 'Lie' for Trump's Misstatements

President Donald Trump has been accused of dishonesty, spreading falsehoods, misrepresenting facts, distorting news, passing on inaccuracies and being loose with the truth. But does he lie?It's a
Poll: Many Indifferent to Kavanaugh Supreme Court Nomination

Poll: Many Indifferent to Kavanaugh Supreme Court Nomination

Does Brett Kavanaugh belong on the Supreme Court? It's a question that may be consuming Washington, but one that elicits a shrug from many Americans. And there's also no nationwide consensus on
California Is First State in US to End Cash Bails for Suspects

California Is First State in US to End Cash Bails for Suspects

California, the largest U.S. state, will be the first in the country to abolish cash bails for suspects awaiting trials on criminal charges.Governor Jerry Brown signed bail reform legislation Tuesday
Florida Governor's Race Pits Liberal Dem vs Trump Republican

Florida Governor's Race Pits Liberal Dem vs Trump Republican

A liberal Florida Democrat pulled off an upset victory Tuesday in the state's primary for governor while President Donald Trump's favored candidate cruised to victory for the GOP, setting up a fierce
'Mr. Robot' to end run after upcoming fourth season

'Mr. Robot' to end run after upcoming fourth season

Mr. Robot's fourth season on USA will be its last, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The final season will feature an extended run of 12 episodes instead of eight before bowing out.The striking
White House Counsel Don McGahn to Depart

White House Counsel Don McGahn to Depart

White House counsel Don McGahn, criticized by allies of President Donald Trump for extensively cooperating with the special counsel, will soon leave his job after months of speculation that he was on
US Economy Grows a Bit Faster Than First Thought

US Economy Grows a Bit Faster Than First Thought

The U.S. economy expanded at a 4.2 percent annual rate in April, May and June. The second-quarter growth figure is one-tenth of a percent higher than initial estimates."The economy is in good shape,"
Archaeologists Dig Native American Fort Found in Connecticut

Archaeologists Dig Native American Fort Found in Connecticut

A 1600's Native American fort uncovered as part of a rail bridge replacement project in Connecticut is shining some light on a tribe's first dealings with Europeans, archeologists said Tuesday during
Carrie Coon on ‘The Sinner’ Season 2 and the Challenge of ‘Avengers: Infinity War’

Carrie Coon on ‘The Sinner’ Season 2 and the Challenge of ‘Avengers: Infinity War’

From show creator Derek Simonds and executive producer Jessica Biel, the second installment of the drama series The Sinner sees Detective Harry Ambrose (Bill Pullman) back in his hometown in rural New
U.S. Soccer Legend Clint Dempsey Retires

U.S. Soccer Legend Clint Dempsey Retires

Clint Dempsey announced his retirement Wednesday. He played in three World Cup tournaments with Team USA and is tied with Landon Donovan for most goals for the U.S. Men's National Team with 57.
Mattis: No Decision on Fate of Korean Peninsula Exercises

Mattis: No Decision on Fate of Korean Peninsula Exercises

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on Wednesday clarified his previous statements on the fate of additional large-scale exercises on the Korean Peninsula, leaving open the possibility of future
UN Urges Facebook to ‘Proactively’ Fight Hate Speech

UN Urges Facebook to ‘Proactively’ Fight Hate Speech

The UN human rights chief urged Facebook Wednesday to more proactively address hate speech but warned against excessive regulation, after US President Donald Trump accused tech giants’ platforms of
Trump-Backed Candidate's 'Monkey' Comment Draws Fire in Florida Race

Trump-Backed Candidate's 'Monkey' Comment Draws Fire in Florida Race

Republican U.S. Congressman Ron DeSantis came under fire on Wednesday when the President Trump-backed Florida gubernatorial candidate said his state should not "monkey this up" by electing Democratic
US Requests More Time to Decide on Retrial for 10 Manafort Charges

US Requests More Time to Decide on Retrial for 10 Manafort Charges

U.S. prosecutors on Wednesday asked for more time to decide whether to retry former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort on 10 criminal charges that a Virginia jury deadlocked on last week.Special
Mayor: Trump Administration Killed Puerto Ricans With ‘Neglect’

Mayor: Trump Administration Killed Puerto Ricans With ‘Neglect’

President Donald Trump’s administration killed Puerto Ricans through “neglect,” the mayor of the island’s capital said Wednesday, a day after the official death toll for Hurricane Maria was raised to
US Lawmakers Urge China Sanctions Over Xinjiang Abuses

US Lawmakers Urge China Sanctions Over Xinjiang Abuses

A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers called Wednesday for the United States to impose sanctions on Chinese officials responsible for human rightsabuses against minority Muslims in China's Xinjiang