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Pompeo Certifies Saudi-led Coalition Taking Steps to Reduce Deaths in Yemen

Pompeo Certifies Saudi-led Coalition Taking Steps to Reduce Deaths in Yemen

The United States says it has determined that Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are taking sufficient steps to prevent civilian destruction in Yemen, where Saudi coalition airstrikes have
FDA Considering Ban on Flavored E-Cigarettes

FDA Considering Ban on Flavored E-Cigarettes

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is considering a ban on flavorede-cigarettes in response to an "epidemic" of young people using e-cigarettes, the agency's leader said on Wednesday. In a speech
US Drug Company Chief: 'Moral Requirement' for Big Price Hike

US Drug Company Chief: 'Moral Requirement' for Big Price Hike

A U.S. pharmaceutical executive is defending his price boost of a key antibiotic by 400 percent to almost $2,400 a bottle as a "moral requirement," a claim that drew an immediate rebuke from the
Poll: Democrat Advantage Grows as GOP Frets Ahead of Midterms

Poll: Democrat Advantage Grows as GOP Frets Ahead of Midterms

U.S. Democrats' chances at regaining majorities in Congress are rising, a new poll showed Wednesday, as President Donald Trump's approval rating suffers a fresh hit and Republicans issue dire warnings
US Median Household Income Reaches Record High

US Median Household Income Reaches Record High

The median U.S. household income reached $61,372 last year — its highest level ever, the U.S. Census reported Wednesday.The new median figure, meaning that half of U.S. families earned more money and
What the Hell Is Going on With the ISS Drill Hole Story?

What the Hell Is Going on With the ISS Drill Hole Story?

A tiny hole in a Soyuz spacecraft attached to the International Space Station has turned into a strange game of international telephone.Read more...
US Senator: Nearly $10M Diverted to Immigrant Detention

US Senator: Nearly $10M Diverted to Immigrant Detention

U.S. Homeland Security officials are downplaying the transfer of nearly $10 million from the U.S. disaster response agency to immigration enforcement efforts, first brought to national attention in a
Trump Authorizes Additional Action Against Election Interference

Trump Authorizes Additional Action Against Election Interference

U.S. President Donald Trump has authorized additional sanctions against countries or individuals who interfere in upcoming U.S. elections.The executive order allows the president to impose sanctions
Trump signs order allowing sanctions for foreign election interference

Trump signs order allowing sanctions for foreign election interference

US President Donald Trump signed an order to allow sanctions to be levied on foreigners who interfere in US elections through hacking or spreading disinformation but reserved the final say in how to
Report: US Unlikely to Meet Paris Climate Pledge

Report: US Unlikely to Meet Paris Climate Pledge

The United States will fall well short of its 2025 greenhouse gas reduction target unless major additional steps are taken, according to a new report.While U.S. states, cities and companies have
'Disaster at the doorstep' as Hurricane Florence evacuations expand

'Disaster at the doorstep' as Hurricane Florence evacuations expand

Hurricane Florence, growing in size despite its weakening winds, churned ever closer to the US East Coast on Wednesday as evacuations expanded south from the Carolinas into Georgia to counter the
Syrian-American Spreads Peace Through Music, Art

Syrian-American Spreads Peace Through Music, Art

Dozens of colorful pianos are available for the public to play and enjoy this month in several parks in Atlanta, Georgia, during the second annual festival of Pianos for Peace festival, which runs
Surge of Families, Arrests at US-Mexico Border in August

Surge of Families, Arrests at US-Mexico Border in August

The Border Patrol arrested dramatically more immigrant families at the U.S.-Mexico border in August compared with previous months in a spike that a Trump administration official said Wednesday was the
Cyclist Who Flipped Off Trump's Motorcade Runs for Office

Cyclist Who Flipped Off Trump's Motorcade Runs for Office

The cyclist who flashed her middle finger at President Donald Trump's motorcade says she'll file paperwork to run for office in northern Virginia. Juli Briskman tells The Washington Post this week
Planned Parenthood Picks Physician, Immigrant as New President

Planned Parenthood Picks Physician, Immigrant as New President

Planned Parenthood has picked a first-generation Chinese immigrant and, for the first time in some 50 years, a physician to lead the beleaguered organization. Leana Wen was an emergency room doctor
Renoir Stolen by Nazis Returned to Jewish Family

Renoir Stolen by Nazis Returned to Jewish Family

A Renoir masterpiece stolen by the Nazis in World War II is back in the hands of the Jewish family who owned it.Sylvie Sulitzer, granddaughter of the original owner, received the painting, “Two Women
Canada’s Freeland Won’t Rejoin NAFTA Talks Yet

Canada’s Freeland Won’t Rejoin NAFTA Talks Yet

Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland on Wednesday said officials needed to do more work before she could hold fresh talks with the United States on renewing NAFTA as time runs out to reach a
Trump: ‘We’re Ready’ as Hurricane Heads for US Coast

Trump: ‘We’re Ready’ as Hurricane Heads for US Coast

President Donald Trump says protecting lives is his “absolute highest priority” as Hurricane Florence, now a Category 2 storm, sets its 40-kilometers-wide eye on the southeastern U.S. coast.“We’ll
US House Moves to Save Fido, Fluffy From Dinner Plates

US House Moves to Save Fido, Fluffy From Dinner Plates

Republican and Democratic lawmakers, who these days get along about as well as dogs and cats, have joined forces for a common cause: A ban on the slaughter and sale of America's beloved pets for food.
Afghanistan Peace Talks Stick on Bases: US Wants 2, Taliban None

Afghanistan Peace Talks Stick on Bases: US Wants 2, Taliban None

Negotiations between the United States and the Afghan Taliban for a political settlement to end the protracted war in Afghanistan are stuck over the issue of maintenance of U.S. military bases in the