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A GOP Favorite Faces a Democratic Groundbreaker in Vermont

A GOP Favorite Faces a Democratic Groundbreaker in Vermont

In front of a small group of supporters on a chilly fall morning, Christine Hallquist laid out her economic development plan for a state that she feels is being left behind by prosperity in larger
Trump Escalates Immigration Rhetoric at Rally to Boost Cruz

Trump Escalates Immigration Rhetoric at Rally to Boost Cruz

President Donald Trump escalated his immigration rhetoric at a midterm rally in Texas, falsely accusing Democrats of “encouraging millions of illegal aliens to break our laws, violate our borders and
Report: US Targets Russian Operatives Ahead of Election

Report: US Targets Russian Operatives Ahead of Election

The United States has launched a cyber campaign aimed at Russian operatives in an effort to curb misinformation ahead of the November 6 congressional elections, the New York Times reported on Tuesday,
Trial Starts for Suspect in Tourist Killings in Tajikistan

Trial Starts for Suspect in Tourist Killings in Tajikistan

A man who swore allegiance to the Islamic State militant group before killing four foreign cyclists in ex-Soviet Tajikistan went on trial Tuesday in a process closed to the public.Tajikistan's Supreme
Global Stocks Fall on Worries About Weak Economic Growth, Profit

Global Stocks Fall on Worries About Weak Economic Growth, Profit

Global stocks tumbled Tuesday amid investors' concerns over world economic growth and gloomy forecasts from U.S. bellwether companies.Major Asian indexes fell sharply after China increased financing
First Sign Language Starbucks Opens in Washington DC

First Sign Language Starbucks Opens in Washington DC

Coffee drinkers in the nation’s capital can now order that tall pumpkin spice iced skim latte in sign language.Starbucks has opened its first U.S. “signing store” to better serve hard of hearing
US, Gulf Countries Issue Joint Sanctions Against Taliban Figures

US, Gulf Countries Issue Joint Sanctions Against Taliban Figures

A coalition of the United States and six Persian Gulf countries including Saudi Arabia announced sanctions Tuesday on nine individuals belonging to or supporting the Taliban.The Terrorist Financing
Players on Edge for Record $1.6 Billion US Lottery Jackpot Drawing

Players on Edge for Record $1.6 Billion US Lottery Jackpot Drawing

A record-setting $1.6 billion prize in the Mega Millions lottery has Americans dreaming of buying homes, cars, helping financially strapped friends and family and early retirement, but experts caution
Retired US Supreme Court Justice O'Connor Says She Has Dementia

Retired US Supreme Court Justice O'Connor Says She Has Dementia

Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman to serve as a U.S. Supreme Court justice, announced on Tuesday that she has been diagnosed with dementia.O'Connor, a centrist on the conservative-leaning court,
Sandy Hook Shooter's Belongings Ordered Released to Public

Sandy Hook Shooter's Belongings Ordered Released to Public

Police must release disturbing writings and other belongings of the Newtown school shooter to the public because they are not exempt from the state's open record laws, the Connecticut Supreme Court
In Chaotic Era, Conference Aims to Amplify US 1st Amendment

In Chaotic Era, Conference Aims to Amplify US 1st Amendment

Not long ago in the American republic, information was less chaotic — or, at least, seemed to be. Newspapers appeared reliably on stoops every morning. Reassuring men from three networks delivered the
Trump's 'Space Force' to Be Built in Stages by 2020

Trump's 'Space Force' to Be Built in Stages by 2020

A new US "Space Force" will soon take shape but will at least initially be a step below the proposed sixth branch of the military envisioned by President Donald Trump, his vice president said

Auto Sales Appear To Be Slowing Down, But Are Still On Track To Surpass 17 Million Units In US

This could become the fourth year in the row that Americans have bought more than 17 million new vehicles. |
US to Revoke Visas of Saudis Implicated in Khashoggi's Death

US to Revoke Visas of Saudis Implicated in Khashoggi's Death

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Tuesday that the United States had "identified at least some" of the Saudi officials involved in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and was revoking their
Plugged In With Greta Van Susteren: Tibor Nagy

Plugged In With Greta Van Susteren: Tibor Nagy

VOA contributor Greta Van Susteren engages Tibor Nagy, the U.S. assistant secretary of state for African Affairs, in a wide-ranging conversation about the opportunities and challenges facing the
Arrests of Migrant Families at US-Mexico Border Increase, Data Show

Arrests of Migrant Families at US-Mexico Border Increase, Data Show

U.S. agents arrested nearly 17,000 members of family units attempting to cross the U.S. border with Mexico in September, a 31 percent increase over the previous month, according to official statistics
US Still Determined to Pull Out of Key Arms Treaty With Russia

US Still Determined to Pull Out of Key Arms Treaty With Russia

The Trump administration appears determined to pull out of a key 1987 arms control agreement with Russia, in the wake of talks Tuesday between national security adviser John Bolton and Russian
Trump Effort to End Missile Treaty Draws Mixed Reaction

Trump Effort to End Missile Treaty Draws Mixed Reaction

A prominent nuclear weapons expert says White House threats to pull out of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty are diplomatically shortsighted, potentially dangerous and politically risky for
Four US Soldiers Injured in Collision in Norway Ahead of NATO Exercise

Four US Soldiers Injured in Collision in Norway Ahead of NATO Exercise

Four U.S. soldiers were injured in a major North Atlantic Treaty Organization exercise in Norway in an accident involving four vehicles Tuesday, the U.S. military said.One soldier was released shortly
Lawmakers Postpone Interview with Deputy AG Rosenstein

Lawmakers Postpone Interview with Deputy AG Rosenstein

Two House committees are postponing a closed-door interview with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein that was expected to delve into reports that he discussed secretly recording President Donald