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Breaking with tradition, Obama delivers scorching critique of his successor

Breaking with tradition, Obama delivers scorching critique of his successor

Former President Barack Obama issued a scorching critique of his successor Friday, blasting President Donald Trump's policies and his pattern of pressuring the Justice Department.
'Just Do It:' Nike’s Latest Ad Campaign Gets Political

'Just Do It:' Nike’s Latest Ad Campaign Gets Political

On the 30th anniversary of Nike’s 'Just Do It' slogan, the apparel and footwear company announced a new endorsement deal and ad starring former NFL player Colin Kaepernick. Kaepernick’s decision to
Kidnapped teen tells of nine-month rape ordeal held inside shipping container

Kidnapped teen tells of nine-month rape ordeal held inside shipping container

Abby Hernandez was 15 when she was kidnapped by Nathaniel Kibby in Conway, New Hampshire.
US rapper Mac Miller dies at 26 after long struggle with substance abuse

US rapper Mac Miller dies at 26 after long struggle with substance abuse

Rapper Mac Miller, who found fame early with his raucous, retro hip-hop but struggled with substance abuse and a painfully public breakup with pop star Ariana Grande, died Friday, officials said. He
China's August Trade Surplus With US Hits Record $31 Billion

China's August Trade Surplus With US Hits Record $31 Billion

China's trade surplus with the United States reached a record $31 billion in August, despite hefty tariffs recently imposed on Chinese goods. The news of the surplus came just hours after U.S.
Trump Says US, Japan Have Begun Talks on Trade

Trump Says US, Japan Have Begun Talks on Trade

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday the United States and Japan have begun discussion over trade, saying that Tokyo "knows it's a big problem" if an agreement cannot be reached, and that India
Officials: 2 Health Scares at US Airports Tied to Mecca Pilgrims

Officials: 2 Health Scares at US Airports Tied to Mecca Pilgrims

Two major health scares at U.S. airports involving inbound flights are related to pilgrims returning from the Hajj, the Muslim pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia, which ended in late
Tropical Storm Florence Expected to Reintensify, Could Hit US

Tropical Storm Florence Expected to Reintensify, Could Hit US

The U.S. National Weather Service said Saturday there was an increasing risk that Tropical Storm Florence would make a "direct impact" on the U.S. East Coast as a major hurricane.National Hurricane
N. Carolina Elections Board to Fight Federal Subpoenas

N. Carolina Elections Board to Fight Federal Subpoenas

North Carolina's elections board agreed Friday to fight federal subpoenas seeking millions of voting documents and ballots, even after prosecutors delayed a quick deadline to fulfill their demands
'Just Do It:' Nike's Latest Ad Campaign Gets Political

'Just Do It:' Nike's Latest Ad Campaign Gets Political

On the 30th anniversary of Nike's "Just Do It" slogan, the apparel and footwear company announced a new endorsement deal and ad starring former NFL player Colin Kaepernick. Kaepernick's decision to
Pompeo Has Received North Korean Letter Trump Was Expecting

Pompeo Has Received North Korean Letter Trump Was Expecting

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has received the letter that President Donald Trump has said he was expecting from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.A State Department official is confirming that Pompeo
Trump Cuts $25M in Aid for Palestinians in East Jerusalem Hospitals

Trump Cuts $25M in Aid for Palestinians in East Jerusalem Hospitals

U.S. President Donald Trump has ordered that $25 million earmarked for the care of Palestinians in East Jerusalem hospitals be directed elsewhere as part of a review of aid, a State Department
Crews Fight to Outflank Raging Northern California Wildfire

Crews Fight to Outflank Raging Northern California Wildfire

Firefighters battled Saturday to outflank a wildfire that has forced the closure of an interstate highway in Northern California as the blaze swept through explosively dry mountain timber in the
Report: US Officials Met Venezuela Officers to Discuss Coup Bid

Report: US Officials Met Venezuela Officers to Discuss Coup Bid

Officials from President Donald Trump's administration met secretly with Venezuelan military officers to discuss plans to oust President Nicolas Maduro but eventually decided not to help, The New York
New California Bridge Designed to Provide Earthquake Data

New California Bridge Designed to Provide Earthquake Data

A replacement bridge being built near a busy U.S. port is being fitted with seismic sensors that will measure earthquake activity in one of the country’s most earthquake-prone regions. The new span is
Can Controversy Fill Swimsuit Void at Miss America Pageant?

Can Controversy Fill Swimsuit Void at Miss America Pageant?

The swimsuits are gone, but there has been plenty of controversy surrounding this year's Miss America competition that could keep viewers tuning in. The next Miss America will be crowned around 11
Pence: Anonymous Critic Resisting Trump Should Quit

Pence: Anonymous Critic Resisting Trump Should Quit

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence called Sunday for the anonymous senior official carrying out inside resistance to the Trump administration to "do the honorable thing and resign."Pence told Fox News
Forecasters: Florence to Take Aim at US East Coast as a Major Hurricane

Forecasters: Florence to Take Aim at US East Coast as a Major Hurricane

Forecasters say Hurricane Florence will strengthen into a major hurricane by Monday as it takes aim at the U.S. East Coast.Florence had weakened into a tropical storm, but grew back to hurricane
Serena Williams Fined $17,000 For Violations During US Open Final

Serena Williams Fined $17,000 For Violations During US Open Final

The U.S. Tennis Association fined 2018 U.S. Open runner-up Serena Williams $17,000 Sunday for violations during the women's final the day before.Williams will pay for three violations made during the
US Senators Digest Kavanaugh Testimony

US Senators Digest Kavanaugh Testimony

U.S. senators are reflecting on President Donald Trump's Supreme Court pick, appellate judge Brett Kavanaugh, after the nominee gave days of often-contentious testimony before the Senate Judiciary