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Mexico Beach Begins Recovery After Michael Sweeps Away Most of Town

Mexico Beach Begins Recovery After Michael Sweeps Away Most of Town

Starting over is the reality for more than 1,000 residents in Mexico Beach, Florida. After the landfall of Hurricane Michael, a category 4 storm, families are returning to look at the aftermath and
Life in America's Northernmost Observatory: Tracking Climate Change

Life in America's Northernmost Observatory: Tracking Climate Change

An observatory in Barrow, Alaska, part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, has become a key scientific instrument in studying climate change. Established in 1973, the Barrow
Helicopter Crashes on US Aircraft Carrier in Asia; Sailors Hurt

Helicopter Crashes on US Aircraft Carrier in Asia; Sailors Hurt

An U.S. Navy helicopter has crashed on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan, causing nonfatal injuries to sailors. The Navy’s 7th Fleet said in a statement the MH-60 Seahawk
Pressure Mounts on Trump to Confront Saudis on Khashoggi Disappearance

Pressure Mounts on Trump to Confront Saudis on Khashoggi Disappearance

The Trump administration is under increased pressure to obtain Saudi Arabia's explanation of the disappearance of Saudi-born journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Turkey two weeks ago. Turkish investigators
Trump Creates New Development Assistance Agency to Counter China

Trump Creates New Development Assistance Agency to Counter China

President Trump has signed a bill establishing a new foreign investment agency that aims to facilitate $60 billion of private lending for infrastructure projects in developing nations. Some see this
Democrats Gain Congressional Fundraising Edge

Democrats Gain Congressional Fundraising Edge

With the US midterm elections weeks away, Democrats have gained the upper hand in fundraising. Analysts say anti-Trump sentiment may be fueling record election contributions as Democrats seek to break
Democrats Lead in Fundraising, But Will It Be Enough to Topple Republicans?

Democrats Lead in Fundraising, But Will It Be Enough to Topple Republicans?

In the battle for Congress, Democrats are winning the money game. But will it be enough for them to overtake Republicans?In what is shaping up to be the most expensive U.S. congressional election in
Trump Administration Rethinks Foreign Aid With Eye Toward China

Trump Administration Rethinks Foreign Aid With Eye Toward China

A gleaming new $3.2 billion railway cuts in half the travel time from Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, to the coast. Major investments in transportation, energy and maritime infrastructure are turning
Inter-Korean Military Pact Leaves Washington Uneasy

Inter-Korean Military Pact Leaves Washington Uneasy

A gap is growing between Washington and Seoul over an inter-Korean military pact that Washington worries might weaken South Korea’s defenses against a North Korea attack.South Korean Foreign Minister

Should We Break Up the Tech Giants? Not if You Ask the Economists Who Take Money From Them

This week's FTC hearings on the growing power of companies like Amazon, Facebook, and Google only included economists who have taken money, directly and indirectly, from giant corporations that have a
Turkish Police Search for Remains of Missing Saudi Journalist

Turkish Police Search for Remains of Missing Saudi Journalist

Turkish police are looking for the remains of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in a forest near Istanbul and at a rural location about 90 kilometers south of the city.Turkish officials said Friday
Millions Across US Line Up for $1Billion Lottery Jackpot

Millions Across US Line Up for $1Billion Lottery Jackpot

Millions of people in the U.S. are anxiously awaiting Friday's drawing for the Mega Millions jackpot, which has climbed to $1 billion, the largest-ever for the American lottery game.Friday's drawing
GOP Panel's Foreign Agent Inquiry Triggers Harsh Response

GOP Panel's Foreign Agent Inquiry Triggers Harsh Response

An environmental group has denounced a House oversight committee for suggesting the organization's efforts to block construction of a U.S. military base on the southern Japanese island of Okinawa may
Supermodel Karlie Kloss Marries Jared Kushner's Brother

Supermodel Karlie Kloss Marries Jared Kushner's Brother

Supermodel Karlie Kloss has married businessman Joshua Kushner. Kloss posted a photo of her in a wedding dress and Kushner in a tuxedo - both of them beaming - on Instagram and Twitter Thursday night.
Rapper Cardi B Hands Out Free Coats in New York

Rapper Cardi B Hands Out Free Coats in New York

Hundreds of people have lined up in New York City as rapper Cardi B handed out free winter coats.The Bronx-born rapper met with residents and fans on Thursday evening at the Marlboro Houses in

Justice Department Charges Russian Woman With Interference in Midterm Elections

The Justice Department on Friday charged a Russian woman for her role in a conspiracy to interfere with the 2018 U.S. election, marking the first criminal case prosecutors have brought against a
US Worried by Voter-Influence Efforts of Russia, China, Iran

US Worried by Voter-Influence Efforts of Russia, China, Iran

U.S. intelligence officials say they're concerned about "ongoing campaigns" by Russia, China, Iran and other countries to undermine confidence in American democracy.In a joint statement, the Office of
US, South Korea Again Call Off Major Drill

US, South Korea Again Call Off Major Drill

The United States and South Korea have suspended another major military exercise in a continued push for diplomacy, the Pentagon said Friday.Chief Pentagon spokesperson Dana White said the two
Judge Drops Some Charges Against Ex-Trump Campaign Manager Manafort

Judge Drops Some Charges Against Ex-Trump Campaign Manager Manafort

U.S. prosecutors on Friday agreed to drop criminal charges against Paul Manafort that a jury deadlocked on earlier this year, as a federal judge set a Feb. 8 date for Manafort's sentencing on charges
Pompeo on Saudi Investigation Into Journalist's Disappearance

Pompeo on Saudi Investigation Into Journalist's Disappearance

Speaking to VOA contributor Greta Van Susteren, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said about the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi: “I think the important thing to do is that the