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UN: Countries Must Allow People at Risk to Request Asylum

UN: Countries Must Allow People at Risk to Request Asylum

The U.N. refugee agency is urging Washington to allow people fleeing persecution and violence, including those who are traveling with the Central American caravan, to request asylum on U.S.
US Official to Migrant Caravan: 'Do not Come' to US

US Official to Migrant Caravan: 'Do not Come' to US

U.S. Homeland Security chief Kirstjen Nielsen had a blunt message Sunday to a migrant caravan slowing moving north through Mexico toward the United States: "Do not come."She told Fox News, "There's a

Tech Groups Step Away From Gab Network After Shooting

Tech companies including PayPal and Stripe have suspended their services from Gab, a social network catering primarily to US conservatives that had been used by the man accused of killing 11 people in
Shoppers May Face Hard Choices Again on Health Marketplaces

Shoppers May Face Hard Choices Again on Health Marketplaces

Insurance shoppers likely will have several choices for individual health coverage this fall. The bad news? There’s no guarantee they will cover certain doctors or prescriptions.Health insurers have
Americans Recoil after Attacks Seemingly Motivated by Politics, Racism

Americans Recoil after Attacks Seemingly Motivated by Politics, Racism

The United States is reeling after a spate of what appear to be politically-motivated attacks: a mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue that left 11 congregants dead and at least 14 explosive devices
New York Mayor Says Hatred Must Be Confronted 'Head On'

New York Mayor Says Hatred Must Be Confronted 'Head On'

The mayor of New York City, home to the world's largest concentration of Jews outside Israel, said there is only one way to deal with hate – confront it head on.Mayor Bill de Blasio joined city
Interfaith Vigils Across the US for Victims of Pittsburgh Synagogue Massacre

Interfaith Vigils Across the US for Victims of Pittsburgh Synagogue Massacre

Flags on U.S. government buildings across the country will be flown at half-staff over the next three days to honor the victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre.President Donald Trump calls it "a
Millions of Ex-Convicts Struggle to Regain Their Right to Vote

Millions of Ex-Convicts Struggle to Regain Their Right to Vote

A life-changing mistake could have cost Dan Close his right to vote, but the state of Vermont said otherwise.Convicted 14 years ago on a felony charge of selling cocaine, Close was surprised to learn
Interfaith Vigils Honor Victims of Pittsburgh Synagogue Attack

Interfaith Vigils Honor Victims of Pittsburgh Synagogue Attack

Thousands of people gathered Sunday in Pittsburgh for a memorial service where religious and civic leaders came together with a message of resiliency, tolerance and unity following an attack at a
Sea Level Rise Threatens Inland Farms Around the World

Sea Level Rise Threatens Inland Farms Around the World

As climate change raises sea levels, salty ocean water is pushing its way inland. That's ruining valuable farmland around the world. On Maryland's Eastern Shore, once-productive fields are succumbing
Millions of Americans Barred From Voting This Election

Millions of Americans Barred From Voting This Election

The U.S. has more former felons than at any time in the country’s history - about 6.1 million men and women. But whether or not those felons have the basic democratic right to vote varies dramatically
Rising Seas Forcing Changes on Maryland's Historic Eastern Shore Farms

Rising Seas Forcing Changes on Maryland's Historic Eastern Shore Farms

The fields grow shoulder-high with weeds out the window of Bob Fitzgerald's Ford pickup. The drive through Fitzgerald's neighborhood in Princess Anne, Maryland, is a tour of dying forests and
Pennsylvania Community Comes Together with All Faiths

Pennsylvania Community Comes Together with All Faiths

Sixteen. That’s the number Jan Sciulli remembers. It was the worst 16 minutes of her life.Her husband was attending the 10 am Saturday Shabbat services at the Tree of Life Synagogue.It was nearly the
US Envoy to N. Korea Expresses Confidence About Denuclearization

US Envoy to N. Korea Expresses Confidence About Denuclearization

The U.S. special envoy for North Korea has expressed confidence about achieving the communist country’s nuclear disarmament.Stephen Biegun met with South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha in
Trump Supporter Accused of Mailing Explosives to Appear in Court Monday

Trump Supporter Accused of Mailing Explosives to Appear in Court Monday

Cesar Sayoc, the ardent supporter of U.S. President Donald Trump accused of mailing at least 13 packages containing explosive devices to critics of the president, is set for his first court appearance
Russian Held as Agent Studied US Groups' Cyberdefenses

Russian Held as Agent Studied US Groups' Cyberdefenses

A year before federal prosecutors accused Maria Butina of operating as a secret agent for the Russian government, she was a graduate student at American University working on a sensitive project
Survey: Most Americans Would Fail US Citizenship Test

Survey: Most Americans Would Fail US Citizenship Test

Most Americans would fail a U.S. citizenship test if they had to take it.Just one in three Americans can pass a multiple choice exam featuring questions taken from the U.S. Citizenship Test, according
US to Press Patrols in Disputed Sea, China Warns 'Meddlers'

US to Press Patrols in Disputed Sea, China Warns 'Meddlers'

The U.S. Navy will continue patrolling the disputed South China Sea, a top Navy official said Monday, after a Chinese destroyer came dangerously close to an American Navy ship during a "freedom of
US Supreme Court Turns Away Pennsylvania Electoral Map Dispute

US Supreme Court Turns Away Pennsylvania Electoral Map Dispute

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rebuffed a bid by Republican legislators in Pennsylvania to reinstate a congressional district map struck down by that state’s top court as unlawfully biased in favor
Could You Pass The US Citizenship Test?

Could You Pass The US Citizenship Test?

A survey found that most Americans wouldn't do very well on the test immigrants take to become U.S. citizens. Here are 10 sample questions from the exam — how many can you answer correctly?