Nothing was found on your request

usa

Trump to Survey Hurricane Michael Damage

Trump to Survey Hurricane Michael Damage

U.S. President Donald Trump and his wife Melania are traveling Monday to survey parts of the Florida Panhandle devastated last week by Hurricane Michael.The White House did not give a detailed
Honduran Migrant Caravan Grows as it Moves Toward the US

Honduran Migrant Caravan Grows as it Moves Toward the US

The migrant caravan that started in San Pedro Sula in northern Honduras has grown as it crosses the country. Some are walking. Some are in vehicles. But they all seem to have a common goal -- they
Sears Files for Chapter 11 Amid Plunging Sales, Massive Debt

Sears Files for Chapter 11 Amid Plunging Sales, Massive Debt

Sears has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, buckling under its massive debt load and staggering losses. Sears once dominated the American retail landscape. But the big question is whether
Sen. Warren Releases DNA Test With Strong Evidence of Native American Ancestry

Sen. Warren Releases DNA Test With Strong Evidence of Native American Ancestry

Sen. Elizabeth Warren released the results of a DNA test Monday morning showing a strong possibility that she has Native American ancestry, in a likely attempt to ward off further attacks should she
Why More Americans Are Moving to Smaller Cities

Why More Americans Are Moving to Smaller Cities

More Americans are moving to smaller cities in search of a better quality of life.They're leaving places like Los Angeles, Chicago and New York for mid-sized cities such as Phoenix and Las Vegas,
CNN: Saudi Arabia to Admit Missing Journalist Was Killed

CNN: Saudi Arabia to Admit Missing Journalist Was Killed

Saudi Arabia is preparing to admit that missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed, according to reports in two U.S. news organizations.The stories quote sources who say Khashoggi's death was an
Trial Starts on Claim Harvard Discriminates against Asian-Americans

Trial Starts on Claim Harvard Discriminates against Asian-Americans

A trial began on Monday in a lawsuit alleging Harvard University discriminates against Asian-American applicants, a closely watched case that could influence how U.S. colleges may use race as a factor
Market Can Cope with Push for Zero Iranian Oil Sales, Says US Envoy

Market Can Cope with Push for Zero Iranian Oil Sales, Says US Envoy

The United States still aims to cut Iran's oil sales to zero and does not expect restored oil sanctions against Tehran to have a negative impact on a market that is well-supplied and balanced, a
Trump Reiterates 'No Deal' with Turkey for Pastor's Release

Trump Reiterates 'No Deal' with Turkey for Pastor's Release

U.S. President Donald Trump has reiterated the United States did not negotiate a deal with Turkey for the release of American pastor Andrew Brunson."We had no deal with Turkey," Trump said Monday at
US Designates Hezbollah, 4 Other Groups as Top Threats

US Designates Hezbollah, 4 Other Groups as Top Threats

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday designated five groups, including the Lebanese Hezbollah and the Central American street gang MS-13, as “top transnational organized crime threats,”

US Voter Records From 19 States Is Being Sold on a Hacking Forum, Threat Intelligence Firms Say

Catalin Cimpanu, reporting for ZDNet: The voter information for approximately 35 million US citizens is being peddled on a popular hacking forum, two threat intelligence firms have discovered. "To our
US Budget Deficit Hits Six-Year High

US Budget Deficit Hits Six-Year High

The U.S. government's budget deficit hit $779 billion in the fiscal year that ended Sept. 30, while spending increased and tax revenues remained nearly flat, the Treasury said Monday.It was the
American Pastor's Hometown Greets His Release From Turkish Prison

American Pastor's Hometown Greets His Release From Turkish Prison

American pastor Andrew Brunson was freed last week by a Turkish court after spending two years in prison on terror charges. The evangelical missionary drew international headlines when his
Native Americans Decry Supreme Court Ruling on Voter ID in North Dakota

Native Americans Decry Supreme Court Ruling on Voter ID in North Dakota

Civil rights groups are expressing outrage over a recent Supreme Court ruling that could make it harder for Native Americans in North Dakota to cast their votes in the upcoming midterm elections.Last
Trump Administration Aims to Force Drug Companies to List Prices in Ads

Trump Administration Aims to Force Drug Companies to List Prices in Ads

The Department of Health and Human Services released proposed regulations Monday that would require companies selling drugs covered by Medicare or Medicaid that cost more than $35 to disclose prices

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dies at 65

Paul Allen, who co-founded Microsoft with his childhood friend Bill Gates before becoming a billionaire philanthropist who invested in conservation, space travel, arts and culture and professional
Washington Catholic Archdiocese Names 28 Former Clergy Who Committed Abuse

Washington Catholic Archdiocese Names 28 Former Clergy Who Committed Abuse

The Catholic Church in Washington has released the names of 28 former clergy members that it says were "credibly" accused of sexual abuse since 1948.A letter released Monday by the Catholic
Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen Dies at 65

Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen Dies at 65

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, who visualized the indispensability of the personal computer more than 40 years ago, died Monday at 65.Allen's family said he died in Seattle of non-Hodgkin's
Judge Tosses Stormy Daniels' Defamation Suit Against Trump

Judge Tosses Stormy Daniels' Defamation Suit Against Trump

A federal judge dismissed Stormy Daniels' defamation lawsuit against President Donald Trump on Monday, saying the president made a "hyperbolic statement'' against a political adversary when he tweeted
Three-Way Talks Begin on Disarming Key Part of Korean Border

Three-Way Talks Begin on Disarming Key Part of Korean Border

Negotiators from North and South Korea, along with the U.S.-led United Nations Command, are holding their first talks Tuesday on demilitarizing a section of the heavily fortified border that separates