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Stung by Election Losses, House GOP Weighs Leadership Choice

Stung by Election Losses, House GOP Weighs Leadership Choice

Frustration, finger-pointing and questions spilled over a closed-door meeting of House Republicans Tuesday night as lawmakers sorted through an election defeat that cost them the majority and began
48 Dead in California Fires

48 Dead in California Fires

Forty-eight people are confirmed dead in California fires, including 42 who died in the so-called Camp Fire, the deadliest in the state’s history. Mike O’Sullivan reports that as firefighters battle
Inside the FedEx Hub: How Packages Arrive at Your Door

Inside the FedEx Hub: How Packages Arrive at Your Door

Several hundred private cargo planes in the United States deliver millions of packages per year. The FedEx superhub in Memphis Tennessee works around the clock to get parcels delivered to customers
US Designates Hezbollah Leader's Son as Terrorist

US Designates Hezbollah Leader's Son as Terrorist

The United States has officially designated the son of Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah and the Al-Mujahidin Brigades, a group linked to Hezbollah, as global terrorists, which subjects them to tough
Troops at the US Border are Stringing Wire and Building Barracks

Troops at the US Border are Stringing Wire and Building Barracks

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis travels to the U.S.-Mexico border Wednesday to visit some of the thousands of troops that have been called up to assist in security operations there. Celia Mendoza
Where are the wildfires in California?

Where are the wildfires in California?

The devastation is widespread across the state.
ASEAN Calls for Unity Amidst US - Sino Rivalry

ASEAN Calls for Unity Amidst US - Sino Rivalry

Singapore urged regional leaders gathering Wednesday for a regional summit to unify and warned against threats to multilateral cooperation and international norms.“The existing free, open and
US Vice President Presses Asian Leaders on Rohingya, Maritime Dispute

US Vice President Presses Asian Leaders on Rohingya, Maritime Dispute

While leaders from 10 Southeast Asian countries largely discussed trade in Singapore Wednesday, participating U.S. Vice President Mike Pence focused on keeping Asian seas open internationally despite
Most Dangerous US States Might Surprise You

Most Dangerous US States Might Surprise You

Alaska is by far the most dangerous state in the nation, according to the business website 24/7 Wall Street.The most sparsely populated of all U.S. states, Alaska has the highest rates of rape and
France Fires Back at Trump's Lack of "Common Decency"

France Fires Back at Trump's Lack of "Common Decency"

France’s government has fired back at a flurry of critical tweets by Donald Trump, suggesting the U.S. president lacked “common decency” by launching his broadside on a day when France was mourning
Georgia Election Uncertainty Lingers Amid Legal Wrangling

Georgia Election Uncertainty Lingers Amid Legal Wrangling

After two federal court rulings and a flurry of legal filings over a 24-hour period, uncertainty still hangs over Georgia’s midterm elections, including the still undecided race for
Publisher: NYT Reporters Work on Book About Brett Kavanaugh

Publisher: NYT Reporters Work on Book About Brett Kavanaugh

Two journalists who helped cover the confirmation process of Brett Kavanaugh are working on a book about the newest Supreme Court justice. Portfolio says Wednesday that it has a deal with New York
Mattis to Visit US Southern Border Wednesday

Mattis to Visit US Southern Border Wednesday

Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis is due to visit the U.S. southern border Wednesday, where thousands of American troops have been deployed to support border patrol agents.Speaking to reporters Tuesday

2019 Honda CR-V’s Only Update Is A New Body Color Yet Pricing Increases By $100-$200

The base 2019 CR-V LX with 2WD starts from $24,350, excluding the $995 destination and handling fee. |
Reporter's Dispatch After Jonestown Mass Murders, Suicides

Reporter's Dispatch After Jonestown Mass Murders, Suicides

Forty years ago this week, a California congressman and a group of journalists traveled to Guyana, South America, to see Jonestown, a remote settlement created by an American church, and investigate
Postal Service Reports Financial Loss for 12th Year Straight

Postal Service Reports Financial Loss for 12th Year Straight

The U.S. Postal Service on Wednesday reported a financial loss for the 12th straight year, citing declines in mail volume and the costs of its pension and health care obligations, as the agency braces
Overheating Machines Complicate Florida's Recount Battle

Overheating Machines Complicate Florida's Recount Battle

Florida’s election recount drama is intensifying as lawyers return to court and tallying machines break down ahead of a Thursday deadline to complete reviews of the senate and governor races.Much of
El Chapo Prosecutors Object to Defense Opening Statement

El Chapo Prosecutors Object to Defense Opening Statement

Prosecutors at the New York trial of the smuggler known as El Chapo have asked the judge to throw out the defense's opening statement that accused Mexican presidents of wrongdoing.The prosecution
US Panel Warns Against Government Purchase of Chinese Tech

US Panel Warns Against Government Purchase of Chinese Tech

A congressional advisory panel says the purchase of internet-linked devices manufactured in China leaves the United States vulnerable to security breaches that could put critical infrastructure at
Justice Legal Opinion Backs Whitaker's Naming as Acting AG

Justice Legal Opinion Backs Whitaker's Naming as Acting AG

The Justice Department on Wednesday released an internal legal opinion supporting the legality of Matthew Whitaker's appointment as acting attorney general. The 20-page opinion from the Office of