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US 'Presidential' Nationwide Emergency Alert System Tested

US 'Presidential' Nationwide Emergency Alert System Tested

Americans across the country heard their cellphones simultaneously sound an alarm on Wednesday as the federal government tested, for the first time, its presidential wireless emergency alert
Meet Farmers of  Future: Robot

Meet Farmers of  Future: Robot

Brandon Alexander would like to introduce you to Angus, the farmer of the future. He’s heavyset, weighing in at nearly 1,000 pounds, not to mention a bit slow. But he’s strong enough to hoist
Trump to Skip Inauguration of Mexico's President

Trump to Skip Inauguration of Mexico's President

Mexican President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Wednesday that U.S. President Donald Trump informed him that he won't be coming to his Dec. 1 inauguration and will be sending Vice President

Trump's mocking of Kavanaugh accuser 'unacceptable' to key Republicans

Three Republican senators key to Brett Kavanaugh's approval to the US Supreme Court blasted President Donald Trump Wednesday for mocking the woman accusing his nominee of sexual assault, as he played
Utah Man Arrested After Suspicious Letters Sent to President, Pentagon

Utah Man Arrested After Suspicious Letters Sent to President, Pentagon

U.S. officials have arrested a Utah man in connection with suspicious letters mailed to the president and the Pentagon.William Clyde Allen of Logan, Utah, was arrested Wednesday and accused of mailing
Trump Shrugs Off Report Revealing Fortune in Tax Dodges, Parental Gifts

Trump Shrugs Off Report Revealing Fortune in Tax Dodges, Parental Gifts

U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday shrugged off a New York Times investigation that concluded he made his fortune with the help of more than $400 million from his parents, partly through tax
7 Officers Shot, 1 Fatally, in South Carolina; Suspect in Custody

7 Officers Shot, 1 Fatally, in South Carolina; Suspect in Custody

Seven South Carolina law enforcement officers were shot Wednesday, one fatally, in a confrontation with a man who held children hostage as he fired on the officers, officials said.The suspect was

Cops Don’t Like Us: The First Tickets Of H2Oi

For 2018, The official H2Oi event was moved to Atlantic City and many of the purists and enthusiasts headed that way as the organizers had hoped they would. But as expected, it didn’t stop people

2019 Hyundai Kona Starts At $19,990, Gets More Safety Features As Standard

The SUV's starting price has increased by $490 for the new model year. but it also comes with more gear. |
Both Sides of House Battle on Stage in Trump’s Minnesota Visits

Both Sides of House Battle on Stage in Trump’s Minnesota Visits

President Donald Trump’s appearance Thursday at a rally in Rochester, Minnesota, marks his second stop to friendly territory in the otherwise traditionally blue state, where other Republicans in
US Defense Chief’s ‘Iron-Clad’ Support of Georgia Goes Beyond NATO

US Defense Chief’s ‘Iron-Clad’ Support of Georgia Goes Beyond NATO

U.S. and Georgian defense ministers met in Brussels Wednesday to reaffirm the long-standing defense relationship between the countries.Defense Secretary Jim Mattis was in Brussels to reassure European
Pakistan: Ties With US Depend on Improved Afghan Situation

Pakistan: Ties With US Depend on Improved Afghan Situation

Pakistan’s top diplomat said Wednesday that his talks with senior Trump administration officials were “useful” and helped “halt the slide” in the crisis-hit bilateral relations.Foreign Minister Shah
Anti-Kavanaugh Vigils Held Across US as Senators Await FBI Report

Anti-Kavanaugh Vigils Held Across US as Senators Await FBI Report

Hundreds of vigils were held across the United States Wednesday with marchers hoping to persuade senators to vote against confirming Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.Reports say the FBI has
Judge Blocks US from Ending Protections for Some Immigrants

Judge Blocks US from Ending Protections for Some Immigrants

A U.S. federal judge has ordered a preliminary injunction blocking the Trump administration from ending protections that have allowed about 300,000 people from Haiti, Sudan, Nicaragua and El Salvador
US Warns of New Hacking From China-Linked Group

US Warns of New Hacking From China-Linked Group

The U.S. government warned Wednesday that a hacking group widely known as cloudhopper, which Western cybersecurity firms have linked to the Chinese government, has launched attacks on technology
Issue in Governor’s Race: Future of Alaska's Oil Check

Issue in Governor’s Race: Future of Alaska's Oil Check

Tension over changes to Alaska’s famed oil-wealth checks hangs over this year’s governor’s race, threatening Gov. Bill Walker’s chances for re-election.For decades, residents have shared in the
US Terminates 1955 Treaty With Iran After ICJ Ruling

US Terminates 1955 Treaty With Iran After ICJ Ruling

The United States announced its withdrawal from a 1955 treaty with Iran in response to an International Court of Justice determination that some U.S. sanctions against Tehran violate the pact. U.S.
Pompeo Faces Challenges Setting Up Second Trump, Kim Summit

Pompeo Faces Challenges Setting Up Second Trump, Kim Summit

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will travel to North Korea this weekend to meet with its leader, Kim Jong Un, for denuclearization talks.The top U.S. diplomat's fourth visit to North Korea this
US Senate Could Hold Final Kavanaugh Vote Saturday

US Senate Could Hold Final Kavanaugh Vote Saturday

The nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to fill an open seat on the U.S. Supreme Court is moving toward a final vote as early as Saturday.First though, senators are expected Thursday to review an FBI

Amazon Offloaded Its Chinese Server Business Because it Was Compromised, Report Says

An anonymous reader shares a report: It looks like Amazon's move to sell off its physical server business in China last year was because the unit had been compromised by a Chinese government spying