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Democrats Head into US Primaries With Bumper Crop of Candidates
Two years ago, just one Texas Democrat volunteered to run against Republican Rep. John Culberson in a metro Houston congressional district. This year, not even that failed Democrat's double-digit loss
Netanyahu Tells Trump That Iran Must Be Stopped
The growing presence of Iranian forces in Syria supporting President Bashar al-Assad, and fears that Tehran seeks a permanent base in Syria, were discussed today in the Oval Office where President
Florida approves new gun restrictions in wake of school massacre
The Senate narrowly passed a bill to create new restrictions on rifles.
In Reversal, Former Trump Aide Says He'll Probably Cooperate with Mueller Probe
A former Trump campaign aide spent much of the day promising to defy a subpoena from special counsel Robert Mueller, even throwing down the challenge to "arrest me," then backed off his defiance by
BMW CEO: Car Tariffs Would Hurt US Jobs
Tariffs on car imports in the United States, if implemented, would hurt jobs in the world's second-largest car market, the chief executive of German carmaker BMW said on Tuesday."Should we get tariff
Mexico Economy Minister: NAFTA Must Remain Trilateral Accord
Mexico's Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal on Tuesday ruled out talk of a bilateral trade treaty with the United States, saying the North American Free Trade Agreement, which is currently
Trump Says He’s Committed to New 'Fair' Trade Pact With Canada, Mexico
The White House says that President Donald Trump, in a phone call with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, has emphasized his commitment to a free trade agreement among the U.S., Canada and Mexico
Dems: Did EPA Security Staffer Steer Contract to Associate?
Senate Democrats are pressing Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt on whether a key member of his taxpayer-funded security team improperly steered a government contract to a personal
US Intel Official: Russia, China Seek Fast, Futuristic Weapons
The top U.S. defense intelligence official said Tuesday that it's not just Russia but China too that is seeking faster, futuristic weapons to challenge America's know-how of state-of-the-art military
US House to Debate Bill to Reduce Violence in Schools
The U.S. House of Representatives next week will debate bipartisan legislation aimed at preventing school violence following the Feb. 14 shooting at a Florida high school that ended with 17 deaths,
US Intelligence Chief Warns of China Spending to Boost Influence
U.S. Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats warned on Tuesday that China is spending “an extraordinary amount of money” to increase its international standing, worrying its neighbors and
Kim Jong Un Agrees to Talk to U.S. About Denuclearizing
North Korea is looking to take steps toward peace and reunification with South Korea.
Trump: 'Possible Progress' on North Korea May Also Be 'False Hope'
U.S. President Donald Trump says "possible progress" is being made with North Korea, but also cautions that positive signs from Pyongyang may be leading to "false hope."Trump's statement comes after
West Virginia Leaders Reach Deal to End Teachers Strike
West Virginia lawmakers acted swiftly Tuesday after Gov. Jim Justice and Republican leaders tentatively agreed to end the state's nine-day teachers' walkout by giving 5 percent raises not just to
US Intel Chief: No 'Coherent Strategy' to Thwart 2018 Russian Election Meddling
U.S. intelligence chief Dan Coats said Tuesday the U.S. government has yet to put in place any "coherent strategy" to thwart any Russian interference in the November congressional elections, even
Tillerson: China's Approach to Africa Encourages Dependency
Shortly before embarking on his first official visit to Africa, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Tuesday the U.S. is committed to building on a "strong foundation of U.S.-Africa relations"
White House Disputes Trump Aide Kellyanne Conway Violated Ethics Law
The White House has rejected an independent report that concluded a top presidential adviser, Kellyanne Conway, violated federal law when she expressed her opinions in two televised interviews last
Federer joins Bill Gates in 1st Career Bay Area Appearance
From his knees at the middle of the net, Roger Federer struck volley after volley right back at Jack Sock until the American star finally faltered. Federer just smiled. It was all in fun.And how could
Top Trump economic adviser Cohn quits over tariffs dispute
Top economic adviser Gary Cohn is leaving the White House after breaking with President Donald Trump on trade policy, the latest in a string of high-level departures from the West Wing.
US Calls Broadcom's Bid For Qualcomm a National Security Risk
An anonymous reader quotes a report from The New York Times (Warning: source may be paywalled; alternative source): The United States government said Broadcom's proposed acquisition of rival chipmaker