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'Game of Thrones' Takes Top Prize at Surprising Emmys

'Game of Thrones' Takes Top Prize at Surprising Emmys

HBO's record-breaking fantasy epic "Game of Thrones" stormed back onto the Emmys stage on Monday, winning the coveted best drama series prize on a night full of surprises, including an on-air marriage
Trump Accuses China of Trying to 'Change' US Election

Trump Accuses China of Trying to 'Change' US Election

U.S. President Donald Trump accused China Tuesday of "actively trying to impact and change" the U.S. election and threatened "great and fast economic retaliation" if it retaliates with measures that
US General Eyes Laser Defense to Boost Air Tanker Security

US General Eyes Laser Defense to Boost Air Tanker Security

Lasers might soon be the newest line of defense for vulnerable aircraft that are key to keeping other military planes in battle. Air tankers are getting an upgrade next month with the introduction of
Florence Soaks Northeast as Southeastern US Struggles to Recover

Florence Soaks Northeast as Southeastern US Struggles to Recover

Residents in the eastern U.S. coastal states of North and South Carolina struggled to recover from Hurricane Florence Tuesday as the remnants of the storm moved up the eastern seaboard, dumping heavy
Senate Hearing on Accusations Against Kavanaugh in Doubt

Senate Hearing on Accusations Against Kavanaugh in Doubt

A Senate panel's scheduled public hearing next week into allegations U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh assaulted a teenage girl when they were both in high school was thrown into doubt
Pompeo Pledges to Deepen Diplomatic Bench at US State Department

Pompeo Pledges to Deepen Diplomatic Bench at US State Department

"Gutted"…."Empty"— words critics for months have used to characterize the U.S. State Department as a place where many vacancies for senior positions were left unfilled and morale was badly
US Officials Express Doubts on Future of Nuke Pact with Russia

US Officials Express Doubts on Future of Nuke Pact with Russia

Russian arms control violations and other malign activities are eroding the confidence and trust required to extend a critical nuclear agreement between Washington and Moscow that expires in 2021,
UN Refugee Agency Gives Trump's Latest Cuts a Weary Shrug

UN Refugee Agency Gives Trump's Latest Cuts a Weary Shrug

The U.N. refugee agency UNHCR declined to criticize U.S. President Donald Trump's cut in refugee resettlement places on Tuesday, saying it was up to the United States to decide on its policy.Secretary
Volunteers Converge on Raleigh State Capital to Support Pet Rescue Efforts

Volunteers Converge on Raleigh State Capital to Support Pet Rescue Efforts

In the days following the destruction of Hurricane Florence, many coastal North Carolinians remained away from their homes. Authorities ordered mandatory evacuations across the southern state, making
NC Community Comes Together for Hurricane Traumatized Animals

NC Community Comes Together for Hurricane Traumatized Animals

Trish Witek pauses in the middle of the cavernous North Carolina Fairgrounds pavilion, echoing with barks from rows of caged dogs. Around her, a steady stream of volunteers rush through the overheated
[Update: Plus 15 more] Google Pay adds support for 47 banks in the US

[Update: Plus 15 more] Google Pay adds support for 47 banks in the US

Update 1: 2018/09/10 12:11pm PDT Seven more US banks added Update 2: 2018/09/13 2:03pm PDT Ten more banks added to the list Update 3: 2018/09/18 11:34am PDT Fifteen new additions to the
Trump Hints of More Declassifications in Russia Probe

Trump Hints of More Declassifications in Russia Probe

U.S. President Donald Trump is raising the possibility he could order the declassification of more documents related to the investigation into Russia's election meddling."We're going to see," Trump
Trump Says US Considering Permanent Military Presence in Poland

Trump Says US Considering Permanent Military Presence in Poland

President Donald Trump said on Tuesday the United States is considering a request from Poland for a permanent U.S. military presence in the fellow NATO country, acknowledging that he shares Poland's
College Golf Star Killed in Iowa

College Golf Star Killed in Iowa

A college golf star was attacked and killed by a stranger while playing on a course near Iowa State University on Monday morning, police said Tuesday.Celia Barquin Arozamena of Puente San Miguel,
Trump to Visit Hurricane-Damaged North Carolina

Trump to Visit Hurricane-Damaged North Carolina

President Donald Trump plans to visit North Carolina on Wednesday to see the destruction left behind by Hurricane Florence, as well as the difficult relief efforts.Trump tweeted Tuesday, "Everybody is
Trump Rolls Back Pollution Rules for Drilling on US Lands

Trump Rolls Back Pollution Rules for Drilling on US Lands

The Trump administration rolled back an Obama-era rule meant to curb climate-changing pollution on Tuesday, easing restrictions on energy companies that allow huge volumes of natural gas to escape
US Unveils New Biodefense Strategy

US Unveils New Biodefense Strategy

U.S. President Donald Trump introduced the new national strategy for combating disease outbreaks and bioterrorism Tuesday, on the anniversary of the 2001 anthrax attacks on the United States that left
Congress Still Has a Say on Low US Refugee Cap

Congress Still Has a Say on Low US Refugee Cap

The Trump administration announced this week that it intends to limit the number of refugee arrivals in the coming year to a record-low figure, but refugee advocates and lawmakers say Congress still
Oregon Using Facebook to Remind Inactive Voters to Register

Oregon Using Facebook to Remind Inactive Voters to Register

In this era of manipulators using social media to interfere in elections, Oregon officials moved Tuesday to use Facebook to bolster participation by reminding as many as hundreds of thousands of
Brooklyn Diocese to Pay $27.5 Million to Settle 4 Sex Abuse Claims

Brooklyn Diocese to Pay $27.5 Million to Settle 4 Sex Abuse Claims

Four men who said they were sexually abused as boys by a teacher at a Catholic church have reached a $27.5 million settlement with the Diocese of Brooklyn.The New York Times reports Tuesday that the