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Government May Gain New Power to Track, Shoot Down Drones

Government May Gain New Power to Track, Shoot Down Drones

An aviation bill Congress is rushing to approve contains a little-noticed section that would give authorities the power to track, intercept and destroy drones they consider a security threat, without
Palestinians Ask Court to Order US Embassy Out of Jerusalem

Palestinians Ask Court to Order US Embassy Out of Jerusalem

The Palestinian Authority filed a case Friday with the United Nations' highest court asking its judges to order Washington to remove the recently relocated U.S. embassy from Jerusalem.The move
Trump Meets with Chilean Leader at White House

Trump Meets with Chilean Leader at White House

President Donald Trump met Friday with President Sebastian Pinera of Chile at the White House for talks that focused on trade, security and the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela.Trump welcomed Pinera
House Committee to Release Russia Investigation Transcripts

House Committee to Release Russia Investigation Transcripts

The House intelligence committee voted Friday to release transcripts of more than 50 interviews it conducted as part of its now-closed investigation into Russian election interference during the 2016

2019 Nissan Altima Starts From $23,750, Sales Commence On October 3

It does bring a more generous standard equipment and an all-new design inside and out. |
Final Senate vote on Kavanaugh nomination delayed to allow FBI probe

Final Senate vote on Kavanaugh nomination delayed to allow FBI probe

The Senate judiciary committee voted Friday to advance Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination to a full Senate vote. Republican Jeff Flake and others called for the final vote to be delayed while
US Diplomat: Syria Could Face Tough Sanctions If It Blocks Political Process

US Diplomat: Syria Could Face Tough Sanctions If It Blocks Political Process

The United States will pursue "a strategy of isolation," including sanctions, with its allies if President Bashar al-Assad holds up a political process aimed at ending Syria's seven-year war, a top
Qatar: Regional Security Alliance with US at Risk with Gulf Dispute

Qatar: Regional Security Alliance with US at Risk with Gulf Dispute

A proposed regional security alliance bringing together the United States, Gulf allies, Egypt and Jordan, is at risk if a Gulf dispute is not resolved, Qatar's foreign minister said Friday.Saudi
Journalists Jailed in Record Numbers Worldwide

Journalists Jailed in Record Numbers Worldwide

Journalists are being jailed in unprecedented numbers across the globe, with 262 detained for their work at the end of 2017, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists."The jailing of

Brace Yourselves: Rennsport Reunion Is Coming

Rennsport Reunion is no small ordeal. As the largest gathering of Porsche race cars in the world, it’s safe to say it really is quite the opposite. And, with the end of September fast approaching, the
US Pulls Diplomats From Iraqi City, Citing Threats From Iran

US Pulls Diplomats From Iraqi City, Citing Threats From Iran

The United States announced Friday that it would effectively close its consulate in the Iraqi city of Basra and relocate diplomatic personnel assigned there following increasing threats from Iran and
Judge: Harvard Affirmative Action Case Can Go to Trial

Judge: Harvard Affirmative Action Case Can Go to Trial

A federal judge Friday cleared the way for a lawsuit to go to trial. It accuses Harvard University of discriminating against Asian-American applicants, a closely watched case that could influence the
Evidence Indicates China Set to Target US Elections

Evidence Indicates China Set to Target US Elections

China may be taking a page of the playbook used by Russia to meddle with the 2016 U.S. presidential election, targeting U.S. political action committees and various think tanks with spear-phishing
US Consumers Spend More; Inflation Flattens

US Consumers Spend More; Inflation Flattens

U.S. consumer spending increased steadily in August, supporting expectations of solid economic growth in the third quarter, while a measure of underlying inflation remained at the Federal Reserve's 2
Prosecutors to Seek Death Penalty for Accused New York Bike Path Attacker

Prosecutors to Seek Death Penalty for Accused New York Bike Path Attacker

U.S. prosecutors on Friday said they would seek the death penalty for Sayfullo Saipov, the man accused of killing eight people by driving a truck into a New York City bike path last October.Saipov, a
Judge: Congress Can Sue Trump Over Foreign Payments

Judge: Congress Can Sue Trump Over Foreign Payments

A federal district court judge in Washington has ruled that a group of nearly 200 members of Congress has legal standing to proceed with its lawsuit against President Donald Trump.The lawmakers are
Mapping the Missing: Cartographer Plots Disappeared Native Women

Mapping the Missing: Cartographer Plots Disappeared Native Women

Ashley Loring Heavyrunner disappeared from the Blackfeet Reservation in Montana in June 2017, one of thousands of indigenous women recorded missing in the United States and Canada in recent
Judge Strikes Down Kentucky Rules on Abortion Providers

Judge Strikes Down Kentucky Rules on Abortion Providers

A federal judge Friday struck down a Kentucky law requiring abortion providers to sign advance agreements with hospitals and ambulance services for emergency patient care, in a ruling that keeps the
Kavanaugh Moves Step Closer to Confirmation, But With a Hitch

Kavanaugh Moves Step Closer to Confirmation, But With a Hitch

President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, moved a step closer to confirmation Friday when he won a party-line endorsement from the Republican-led Senate Judiciary Committee. But
Personal and Political Debates Collide in Emotional US Supreme Court Fight

Personal and Political Debates Collide in Emotional US Supreme Court Fight

The nation was riveted but divided by dramatic testimony from Christine Blasey Ford, the university professor accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault when they were teenagers