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US Army Head: Poland May Not Be Ready for 'Fort Trump'

US Army Head: Poland May Not Be Ready for 'Fort Trump'

Poland might not yet be ready for a permanent US military base, the head of the US Army said Wednesday, the day after Polish President Andrzej Duda offered to host "Fort Trump."Duda went to the White
US Official: Islamic State, Al-Qaida Determined and Adaptable

US Official: Islamic State, Al-Qaida Determined and Adaptable

U.S. counterterrorism officials say despite major strides in combating and regaining territory from terror groups like Islamic State and al-Qaida, the terror landscape has grown more complex."ISIS,
China's Alibaba Scraps Plan to Create 1M US Jobs

China's Alibaba Scraps Plan to Create 1M US Jobs

Alibaba Chairman Jack Ma said Wednesday that the Chinese e-commerce giant had canceled plans to create 1 million jobs in the U.S., blaming the ongoing trade war for the decision, according to Chinese
Dallas Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban Donates $10M After Workplace Probe

Dallas Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban Donates $10M After Workplace Probe

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban announced Wednesday he will contribute $10 million to help further the cause of women in sports and raise awareness about domestic violence after an investigation
Celebrity Chef in Hot Water for Hosting Venezuela's Maduro

Celebrity Chef in Hot Water for Hosting Venezuela's Maduro

A Turkish celebrity chef with restaurants all over the world is coming under attack after he posted videos on social media of Venezuelan President Nicola Maduro feasting at his Istanbul restaurant
Report: Extreme Poverty Declining Worldwide

Report: Extreme Poverty Declining Worldwide

The world is making progress in its efforts to lift people out of extreme poverty, but the global aspiration of eliminating such poverty by 2030 is unattainable, a new report found.A World Bank report
Sentencing for Ex-National Security Adviser Set

Sentencing for Ex-National Security Adviser Set

Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn has a sentencing date.A judge Wednesday scheduled Flynn’s sentencing for Dec. 18, more than a year after he pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI.The move
Senator Pushes Woman Accusing Kavanaugh of Assault to Testify

Senator Pushes Woman Accusing Kavanaugh of Assault to Testify

The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee wrote a letter Wednesday to the lawyers for the woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of assault when they were teenagers, informing them
US Catholic Church Plans Hotline for Complaints of Abuse by Bishops

US Catholic Church Plans Hotline for Complaints of Abuse by Bishops

Catholic bishops in the United States plan to set up a hotline to field complaints about bishops who have sexually abused or harassed children or adults, in response to a growing sexual misconduct
Trump's Trade Spat With China Gets Limited Support from Lawmakers

Trump's Trade Spat With China Gets Limited Support from Lawmakers

The Trump administration's latest tariffs on Chinese imports have been welcomed by some in Washington who have advocated a tougher stance on China's trade practices. But as VOA's Bill Gallo reports,
Fate of Supreme Court Nominee Rests With a Divided Senate

Fate of Supreme Court Nominee Rests With a Divided Senate

The U.S. Senate remains divided over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Kavanaugh has denied an allegation by Christine Blasey Ford that he sexually assaulted her when they were teenagers in the
NC Residents Wait for Water to Recede as Trump Pays Visit

NC Residents Wait for Water to Recede as Trump Pays Visit

Evacuees up and down the coast remained stranded by significant flooding in the wake of Hurricane Florence Wednesday, as President Donald Trump traveled to the region to survey the damage. VOA's
A Year After Hurricane Maria Devastation, Puerto Ricans Working to Move On

A Year After Hurricane Maria Devastation, Puerto Ricans Working to Move On

One year after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, killing nearly 3,000 people according to one independent study, many are still working to move on from the disaster. Among them are the residents
Republicans Want Decision on Whether Kavanaugh Accuser Will Testify

Republicans Want Decision on Whether Kavanaugh Accuser Will Testify

The head of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee says the woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her has until Friday morning to indicate she plans to testify
Inter-Korea Progress Has US Ready to Resume North Korea Talks

Inter-Korea Progress Has US Ready to Resume North Korea Talks

The leaders of North and South Korea Wednesday hailed a series of agreements they said were aimed at turning the Koreas into a “land of peace without nuclear weapons and nuclear threats.” North Korean
‘The Sinner’ Season 2 Finale Highlights the Beauty of a Quiet, Satisfying Conclusion

‘The Sinner’ Season 2 Finale Highlights the Beauty of a Quiet, Satisfying Conclusion

Warning: Spoilers for the Season 2 finale of The Sinner below. In a sea of crime shows, what makes The Sinner something different is that its focus is never really on who, but why. We know who within
Scrounge for Workers Sees US Jobless Claims Hit 48-Year Low

Scrounge for Workers Sees US Jobless Claims Hit 48-Year Low

New U.S. claims for jobless benefits fell for the third week in a row, hitting their lowest level in nearly 49 years for the third straight week, the Labor Department reported Thursday.The new figures
Iran FM Tweets US Offer to Reach Treaty Only Mocks Call for Peace

Iran FM Tweets US Offer to Reach Treaty Only Mocks Call for Peace

Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Thursday the United States cannot seek to negotiate a new treaty with Tehran while it has violated its treaty obligations by withdrawing from a
Trump Blasts Spending Bill With No Border Wall Funding

Trump Blasts Spending Bill With No Border Wall Funding

President Donald Trump accused Democratic lawmakers Thursday of blocking money for his proposed border wall in a spending bill and suggested his fellow Republicans were to blame for letting it happen.
Trump Chips Away at Liberal US Appeals Court Majorities

Trump Chips Away at Liberal US Appeals Court Majorities

Aided by fellow Republicans in the Senate, President Donald Trump is rapidly filling vacancies on U.S. appeals courts, moving some that had liberal majorities closer to conservative control in an