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China May Face More US Export Restrictions over Muslim Crackdown

China May Face More US Export Restrictions over Muslim Crackdown

The Trump administration is reviewing ways to clamp down on the export of U.S. technology that China’s government could use in its surveillance and internment of minority Muslims, amid reports of mass
Trump Hopes to Sway Outcome of Mississippi Race With Visit

Trump Hopes to Sway Outcome of Mississippi Race With Visit

President Donald Trump is looking to use his influence to sway the outcome of a low-profile election in Mississippi that could tip the balance of the Senate. As Republicans fight headwinds ahead of
California's Catholic Bishops Targeted in Sex Abuse Lawsuit

California's Catholic Bishops Targeted in Sex Abuse Lawsuit

A man who says he was sexually abused decades ago by his parish priest said Tuesday he is suing all Catholic bishops in California and the Archdiocese of Chicago, seeking to compel church officials to
Bloomberg Donating $20M to Democratic US Senate Candidates

Bloomberg Donating $20M to Democratic US Senate Candidates

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a frequent critic of President Donald Trump, is donating $20 million to help Democratic candidates running for the U.S. Senate, a spokesman said on

Trump 'helped parents dodge millions in taxes', says New York Times report

U.S. President Donald Trump engaged in tax schemes that included cases of fraud in which he and his siblings helped their parents dodge millions in taxes, the New York Times reported on Tuesday.
Kavanaugh Controversy Deepens Division Between Parties

Kavanaugh Controversy Deepens Division Between Parties

The controversy over U.S. President Donald Trump's nominee for a Supreme Court justice continues while U.S. senators await an FBI report on the allegations of past misconduct by Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
US Seeks Pakistan’s Help With Afghanistan to Improve Ties

US Seeks Pakistan’s Help With Afghanistan to Improve Ties

Both the United States and Pakistan say they want to improve their relationship, but the war in Afghanistan remains a major obstacle. The U.S. State Department made clear that the foundation for a
Senators Spar Over FBI Probe of Kavanaugh, Trump Mocks His Accuser

Senators Spar Over FBI Probe of Kavanaugh, Trump Mocks His Accuser

As U.S. senators await the result of an FBI investigation and prepare for a potential final vote on President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, Trump used part of a political
The Challenging Road Ahead to a Second Trump-Kim Summit

The Challenging Road Ahead to a Second Trump-Kim Summit

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will travel to Asia Saturday and will meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Sunday, as the pair begin making arrangements for a second summit between the
First Lady Begins Africa Trip

First Lady Begins Africa Trip

Wednesday marks the second day of U.S. first lady Melania Trump's six-day, four nation tour of Africa -- her first major solo international trip since moving into the White House in 2017. Her goodwill
5 Things You Need to Know About 2018 Election Security

5 Things You Need to Know About 2018 Election Security

As U.S. voters prepare to go to the polls for the November 6 midterm elections, federal, state and local officials are preparing, too. But whereas many voters are considering which candidates to
US First Lady Continues Africa Goodwill Tour

US First Lady Continues Africa Goodwill Tour

U.S. first lady Melania Trump continues the first leg of her week-long tour of the African continent Wednesday -- her first major solo international trip since moving into the White House in 2017.Mrs.
UN Court Orders US to Lift Some Iran Sanctions

UN Court Orders US to Lift Some Iran Sanctions

The top U.N. court has ordered the United States to lift sanctions on Iran involving medicine, food and airplane parts in the latest step in a legal battle over measures the Trump administration put
Hunt for burglars who targeted the homes of the rich and famous

Hunt for burglars who targeted the homes of the rich and famous

So far four people have been arrested as part of investigations into a burglary ring that targets pop stars, Hollywood actors and athletes, stealing millions.

Cristiano Ronaldo denies rape accusations

Cristiano Ronaldo denied the accusations of rape against him, saying Wednesday that he had a "clear conscience" as he awaits the conclusions of an investigation.
Melania Trump Continues 'Be Best' African Tour

Melania Trump Continues 'Be Best' African Tour

U.S. first lady Melania Trump is in Ghana as she continues her Africa tour that will also take her to Malawi, Kenya and Egypt. White House Correspondent Patsy Widakuswara is covering Mrs. Trump's trip
US Ends 1955 Treaty with Iran

US Ends 1955 Treaty with Iran

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Wednesday the United States has ended a treaty with Iran after the highest U.N. court ordered Washington to remove sanctions on Tehran that limit imports of
Indonesia, US, Discuss Tsunami, Earthquake Relief Needs

Indonesia, US, Discuss Tsunami, Earthquake Relief Needs

Indonesian officials were meeting with the U.S. ambassador in Jakarta Wednesday to discuss assistance for earthquake and tsunami survivors after a day of confusion over whether the country was willing
Nooses Found in California Immigration Detention Center

Nooses Found in California Immigration Detention Center

Federal inspectors found nooses made from bedsheets hanging in more than a dozen cells at an immigration detention facility in Southern California, according to a government report.The Department of
Armed Intruder Chased From Gulen's US Compound

Armed Intruder Chased From Gulen's US Compound

An armed intruder allegedly tried to break into the Pennsylvania compound of exiled Turkish cleric Fethullah Gulen on Wednesday morning but was chased off by a security guard. A Gulen spokesman said