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New FBI Investigation Begins Into Kavanaugh

New FBI Investigation Begins Into Kavanaugh

The FBI has launched a new investigation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.President Donald Trump ordered the investigation at the request of the Senate Judiciary Committee.Trump posted on
African First Ladies Share Thoughts Ahead of Melania Trump’s Trip

African First Ladies Share Thoughts Ahead of Melania Trump’s Trip

First ladies in several African countries hope their American counterpart will find ways to tackle problems, with a nuanced understanding of the African experience, when she visits the continent next
What's Ahead for US Supreme Court as It Starts New Term

What's Ahead for US Supreme Court as It Starts New Term

With embattled Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hanging in the balance, the high court is scheduled to open its new term on Monday with oral arguments on a range of issues before

California Defies Trump Administration, Sticks With Obama-Era Fuel Economy Standards

The move would mean 13 states would have tougher fuel economy standards than the ones imposed by federal government. |
DPRK Says Will Not Denuclearize Before More Trust in US

DPRK Says Will Not Denuclearize Before More Trust in US

North Korea’s foreign minister said Saturday that his government would not denuclearize before it has sufficient trust in the United States.“Without any trust in the U.S., there will be no confidence
Trump Optimistic About New Kavanaugh Inquiry

Trump Optimistic About New Kavanaugh Inquiry

Amid a new investigation of his Supreme Court nominee, U.S. President Donald Trump maintained his support for Judge Brett Kavanaugh on Saturday, saying that "hopefully, at the conclusion, everything
2 Police Officers Fatally Shot in Mississippi

2 Police Officers Fatally Shot in Mississippi

Two police officers were shot to death Saturday morning in the southern U.S. state of Mississippi in an exchange of gunfire with a suspect.The officers were responding to calls of gunfire at a house
Canada FM Postpones UN Speech as Trade Talks Intensify

Canada FM Postpones UN Speech as Trade Talks Intensify

Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland postponed her U.N. speech Saturday as free-trade talks between the U.S. and Canada intensified.Freeland had been scheduled to deliver Canada's
Video Purports to Show US-Iranian Naval Encounter in March

Video Purports to Show US-Iranian Naval Encounter in March

Iran's state TV has broadcast footage purporting to show a close encounter between the Revolutionary Guard's navy and the USS Theodore Roosevelt early this year.Press TV's website says the encounter
Report: Canada, US Make Progress on NAFTA; No Deal Yet

Report: Canada, US Make Progress on NAFTA; No Deal Yet

Canada and the United States on Saturday narrowed their differences in last-ditch talks to save NAFTA but there is no guarantee an agreement will be forged, two Ottawa sources said, a notion echoed by
Using Art to Unite a Divided Neighborhood

Using Art to Unite a Divided Neighborhood

Sedgwick Street in Chicago is a thoroughfare divided by race and socio-economics. The area was settled by German, Irish and Sicilian immigrants. But in the 1950s and '60s, when the original settlers
Some US Catholic Churches Close as Attendance Flags

Some US Catholic Churches Close as Attendance Flags

The Catholic Church is closing parishes across the American Midwest and Northeast in response to years of flagging attendance. Changing demographics and an overall trend of secularism is partly to
Musk out as Tesla chair, remains CEO in $40M SEC settlement

Musk out as Tesla chair, remains CEO in $40M SEC settlement

Tesla and its CEO Elon Musk have agreed to pay a total of $40 million and make a series of concessions to settle a government lawsuit alleging Musk duped investors with misleading statements about a

Florida Man Creates Free Drift Event

The friends behind the operation, Duarte Viana, Savio Silva and Joel Garcia, created Drift HQ as a hub for drift car parts and education. They care about the local community, and as part of that
Japan Election Weighs Controversy of US Bases on Okinawa

Japan Election Weighs Controversy of US Bases on Okinawa

Okinawans headed to the polls Sunday to choose a governor in an election that many see hinging on how voters feel about the American military presence on the southwestern Japanese islands.The race
Trump, Saudi King Discuss Oil Prices in Telephone Call

Trump, Saudi King Discuss Oil Prices in Telephone Call

President Donald Trump has discussed global crude oil prices with Saudi King Salman in a telephone call amid the American leader's call for OPEC to bring down energy prices. The state-run Saudi Press
A Year After Shooting, Memories and Changes for Las Vegas

A Year After Shooting, Memories and Changes for Las Vegas

The drone hovered like a vulture from the ceiling, a drone catching cage ready to trap it. Nearby, an enormous concrete ball was painted white with red stitches to resemble a baseball, thereby masking
White House: No Date Set for Trump-Rosenstein Talks

White House: No Date Set for Trump-Rosenstein Talks

The White House says a date hasn't yet been set for a highly anticipated meeting between President Donald Trump and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the man overseeing the special investigation
Las Vegas: One Year After America's Worst Mass Shooting by an Individual

Las Vegas: One Year After America's Worst Mass Shooting by an Individual

Las Vegas, Nevada, is known worldwide for its gambling, resorts, shopping and entertainment. But one year ago, it became the site of the worst mass shooting by an individual in the United States.
White House says it Won't Micromanage Kavanaugh Probe

White House says it Won't Micromanage Kavanaugh Probe

The White House said Sunday that it is not "micromanaging" the new FBI investigation into Supreme Court Justice nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh.."The White House counsel has allowed the Senate to