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N. Korea's Kim Asks Trump for Another Meeting in New Letter

N. Korea's Kim Asks Trump for Another Meeting in New Letter

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un sent a letter requesting a second meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump, the White House said Monday.The letter was “very warm, very positive,” White House Press
US Judge Orders Accused Russian Agent Butina Kept in Jail

US Judge Orders Accused Russian Agent Butina Kept in Jail

A U.S. judge on Monday firmly rejected a bid by accused Russian agent Maria Butina to be released from jail pending trial, calling her a "very real" flight risk, and granted a prosecution request for
Survey: Number of Americans Getting News on Social Media Slows

Survey: Number of Americans Getting News on Social Media Slows

About two-thirds of American adults say they occasionally get their news from social media, according to a survey released Monday by the Pew Research Center.The number is 1 percent more than last
ICE's Demand for Millions of NC Voting Records Explained

ICE's Demand for Millions of NC Voting Records Explained

U.S. federal prosecutors have subpoenaed millions of pages of voter records for the eastern half of North Carolina. And North Carolina’s board of elections is unanimous in its decision to fight the
US Relationship With International Court Crashes Under Trump

US Relationship With International Court Crashes Under Trump

America's long-running reluctant relationship with the International Criminal Court came to a crashing halt on Monday as decades of U.S. suspicions about the tribunal and its global jurisdiction
Official Defends Trump Plan to Revamp Endangered Species Act

Official Defends Trump Plan to Revamp Endangered Species Act

A top Trump administration official on Monday defended a plan to revamp the Endangered Species Act, saying the proposed changes would result in more effective, quicker decisions on species protection.
Nielsen: Election Security Among Biggest Security Threats

Nielsen: Election Security Among Biggest Security Threats

U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen says risks to election security are now among the "principal security threats" facing the country. Nielsen spoke Monday at a summit on election
DOE: US, Saudi Energy Ministers Meet in Washington

DOE: US, Saudi Energy Ministers Meet in Washington

U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry met with Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih on Monday in Washington, the U.S. Energy Department said, as the Trump administration encourages big oil-producing
House Republicans Seek Permanent Tax Cuts as Elections Loom

House Republicans Seek Permanent Tax Cuts as Elections Loom

House Republican leaders have unveiled their proposal to expand the massive tax law they hustled through Congress last year. They're aiming to make permanent the individual tax cuts and small-business
California signs law to end use of fossil fuels for electricity by 2045

California signs law to end use of fossil fuels for electricity by 2045

California Governor Jerry Brown signed landmark legislation Monday committing his state to a 100 percent clean electricity grid by 2045.
Probst Leaves Complex Legacy After 10 Years as USOC Chairman

Probst Leaves Complex Legacy After 10 Years as USOC Chairman

Larry Probst will step down as chairman of the U.S. Olympic Committee, exiting with a complicated legacy that includes restoring the federation's international reputation while leaving it saddled with
Study: US Teens Prefer Remote Chats to Face-to-Face Meetings

Study: US Teens Prefer Remote Chats to Face-to-Face Meetings

American teenagers are starting to prefer communicating via text instead of meeting face-to-face, according to a study published Monday by the independent organization Common Sense Media.Some 35
Canadian Man Imprisoned in Massive Telemarketing Scheme

Canadian Man Imprisoned in Massive Telemarketing Scheme

A Canadian man was sentenced to more than 11 years in prison Monday by a California judge for running a telemarketing operation that defrauded at least 60,000 people, most of them elderly, out of more
Bolton Warns ICC Against Prosecuting Americans Over Actions in Afghanistan

Bolton Warns ICC Against Prosecuting Americans Over Actions in Afghanistan

U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton has warned the International Criminal Court against prosecuting any Americans over their actions in Afghanistan. Bolton told the Federalist Society in
US Marks Anniversary of 9/11 Terror Attacks

US Marks Anniversary of 9/11 Terror Attacks

Americans on Tuesday are marking the 17th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks that killed almost 3,000 people in New York, Virginia and Pennsylvania..President Donald Trump is
S. Korea's Moon Calls for 'Bold Decisions' by US and N. Korea

S. Korea's Moon Calls for 'Bold Decisions' by US and N. Korea

South Korean President Moon Jae-in is calling for the United States and North Korea to "make bold decisions" to achieve the goal of "complete denuclearization" of the Korean peninsula.During a meeting
Mum lets son, 8, shoot wild animals because it’s great for ‘family bonding’

Mum lets son, 8, shoot wild animals because it’s great for ‘family bonding’

Ashley Murphy is proud her young son Bryson is not relying on computers and social media for entertainment.
13-Year-Old Kurdish-American Boy Becomes Entrepreneur

13-Year-Old Kurdish-American Boy Becomes Entrepreneur

United States is a land of opportunity. We have all heard this saying, but what does it mean and how does it happen? A Kurdish-American family in the state of Virginia is seeing how their 13-year-old
Trump Renews Attack on Critical Book

Trump Renews Attack on Critical Book

A new best-selling book about U.S. President Donald Trump, his decision-making and his administration went on sale to the public Tuesday.Investigative journalist Bob Woodward's Fear: Trump in the