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Coastal Cities Call on Nature for Protection

Coastal Cities Call on Nature for Protection

One year ago, news headlines were also focused on a monster storm battering the US East Coast: Irma, a Category 4 hurricane with top sustained winds of 209 kilometers per hour. As the Mid-Atlantic
Officials Urge Evacuation Before Unpredictable Hurricane

Officials Urge Evacuation Before Unpredictable Hurricane

Hurricane Florence slowed down Wednesday, giving residents in the Mid-Atlantic states more time to evacuate. Officials say the storm is unpredictable and warn that it could be of historical
Donald Trump invited people to pay $70,000 to have a photo with him

Donald Trump invited people to pay $70,000 to have a photo with him

And it cost $100,000 if you wanted to have a private dinner with the President at his own hotel in Washington DC.
Ten Years After the Financial Crisis: What Happened, What We've Learned

Ten Years After the Financial Crisis: What Happened, What We've Learned

It will be 10 years this week since the collapse of investment bank Lehman Brothers, one of the casualties of the U.S. subprime mortgage crisis. The ripple effects sent the global economy into a
Gunman Kills 5, Himself in Southern California

Gunman Kills 5, Himself in Southern California

A gunman killed five people, including his wife, before turning the gun on himself as a Kern County sheriff’s deputy closed in Wednesday, authorities said.There was no immediate word on what sparked
Hurricane Florence Begins Lashing N. Carolina

Hurricane Florence Begins Lashing N. Carolina

The outer bands of Hurricane Florence are beginning to lash the North Carolina coast as the storm edges closer to the eastern United States. The storm is expected to linger, dumping several
Trump and Obama Face Off in Midterm Battle

Trump and Obama Face Off in Midterm Battle

For former U.S. president Barack Obama, it must seem like old times. Obama has started to hit the campaign trail on behalf of Democrats ahead of the November midterm elections, setting up what amounts
US, Cuba to Meet on ‘Health Attacks’ on Diplomats

US, Cuba to Meet on ‘Health Attacks’ on Diplomats

U.S. and Cuban officials will meet Thursday in an effort to determine the method and motive behind mystery incidents in Havana that have injured American diplomats.The meeting comes amid widespread
Like a Girl Aims to Level Playing Field for Girls’ Soccer

Like a Girl Aims to Level Playing Field for Girls’ Soccer

When Kyle Johnson attended a Minnesota state high school tournament banquet, he noticed something about the top teams.“On the girls’ side, there was zero diversity at all. There’s no diversity,”
Survey: US Tariffs Hurting American Businesses in China

Survey: US Tariffs Hurting American Businesses in China

Even before U.S.-China trade tensions began escalating dramatically, foreign businesses who operate in China were warning about the impact tariffs could have. And now, according to a newly released
Trump Rejects Puerto Rico Hurricane Death Toll Report

Trump Rejects Puerto Rico Hurricane Death Toll Report

U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday rejected a scholarly study that concluded nearly 3,000 people were killed last year by Hurricane Maria on the island territory of Puerto Rico. Instead, he
In Moscow, US Energy Chief Slams New Russia-Germany Pipeline

In Moscow, US Energy Chief Slams New Russia-Germany Pipeline

U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry has restated the United States' opposition to a new Russia-Germany gas pipeline during talks in Moscow.Speaking at a meeting with Russian Energy Minister Alexander
US Imposes Sanctions on N. Korean IT Firms

US Imposes Sanctions on N. Korean IT Firms

The United States has imposed sanctions on two North Korean-controlled information technology companies based in China and Russia, accusing them of moving illicit funds to North Korea.“These actions
Separated Migrant Families to Get New Shot at Asylum

Separated Migrant Families to Get New Shot at Asylum

Immigrant families separated at the U.S border may soon get a second chance to claim asylum if an agreement reached by the Department of Justice and immigration advocates is approved by a federal
The Math of Jeff Bezos' Astounding Greed

The Math of Jeff Bezos' Astounding Greed

Trinket magnate Jeff Bezos, America’s richest man, has made a very public charity donation of a $2 billion. The number sounds big, doesn’t it? In fact, it is a disgrace. Let us demonstrate: Read
Olivia Is Now a Tropical Depression, More Rain for Hawaii

Olivia Is Now a Tropical Depression, More Rain for Hawaii

Heavy rain and winds from a tropical storm downed trees, knocked out power and prompted evacuations of several homes on Hawaii's Maui island but spared the state widespread damage before it headed to
Poll: Most Americans Back NFL Players' Right to Kneel During Anthem

Poll: Most Americans Back NFL Players' Right to Kneel During Anthem

Most Americans support the right of National Football League players to take a knee during the national anthem, but are split on whether they approve of the protests, according to a poll released by
The Latest: Cuomo, Nixon Vote in NY Primary Election

The Latest: Cuomo, Nixon Vote in NY Primary Election

The Latest on New York's Democratic primary (all times local):12:45 p.m.Gov. Andrew Cuomo and activist actress Cynthia Nixon have cast their votes in New York's Democratic primary election.Nixon posed
Federal Court Rules Against DeVos in for-Profit Fraud Case

Federal Court Rules Against DeVos in for-Profit Fraud Case

A federal court has ruled that it was “arbitrary and capricious” for Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to delay an Obama-era rule meant to protect students swindled by for-profit colleges. The decision
Trump Tariffs Put Missouri Senate Candidate Hawley in a Bind

Trump Tariffs Put Missouri Senate Candidate Hawley in a Bind

The fate of a Missouri nail manufacturer suffering under President Donald Trump's steel tariffs has put Republican Senate candidate Josh Hawley in a bind between his support for the president's trade