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Captain Retires, Sergeant Suspended over Parkland Massacre

Captain Retires, Sergeant Suspended over Parkland Massacre

The Florida sheriff's captain who oversaw the initial response to February's Parkland high school massacre resigned Tuesday and the first sergeant to arrive at the scene has been suspended over what
Genital Mutilation Charges Dismissed in Detroit-Area Case

Genital Mutilation Charges Dismissed in Detroit-Area Case

A federal judge in Detroit says regulating female genital mutilation is up to states and that Congress had no authority to pass the 1996 law banning it.U.S. District Judge Bernard Friedman dismissed
Trump: US Interests Outweigh Harshly Punishing Saudis for Killing Journalist

Trump: US Interests Outweigh Harshly Punishing Saudis for Killing Journalist

U.S. President Donald Trump says turning his back on Saudi Arabia, despite its responsibility for killing a U.S.-based journalist, "would be a terrible mistake."Any human rights concerns are
Judge Orders US to Free 100 Iraqis Held for Deportation

Judge Orders US to Free 100 Iraqis Held for Deportation

A U.S. federal judge has ordered the Trump administration to free about 100 Iraqi immigrants it has been holding for more than six months for deportation.Judge Mark Goldsmith chided the government for
Pentagon: Troops at US Border to Cost About $210M

Pentagon: Troops at US Border to Cost About $210M

Using thousands of military troops to help secure the Southwest border will cost an estimated $210 million under current plans, the Pentagon told Congress on Tuesday, even as questions arose about the
Trump Provides Written Responses to Mueller Questions

Trump Provides Written Responses to Mueller Questions

President Donald Trump has provided the special counsel with written answers to questions about his knowledge of Russian interference in the 2016 election, his lawyers said Tuesday, avoiding, at least
Monsanto Appeals $78 Million Verdict in California Weed Killer Lawsuit

Monsanto Appeals $78 Million Verdict in California Weed Killer Lawsuit

Agribusiness giant Monsanto on Tuesday appealed a $78 million verdict in favor of a dying California man who said the company's widely used Roundup weed killer was a major factor in his cancer.The

Monsanto appeals verdict in weed-killer cancer trial

Monsanto on Tuesday said it is asking an appeals court to toss out a damning verdict in a landmark Roundup weed-killer cancer trial and grant it another try.
Hook: US Sanctions on Iran Have Had Almost 'Entire' Global Compliance

Hook: US Sanctions on Iran Have Had Almost 'Entire' Global Compliance

A senior Trump administration official says tough U.S. sanctions re-imposed on Iran earlier this month have been effective, with "almost entire compliance" from the international community. U.S.
US Stands By Saudi Arabia Despite the Killing of Jamal Khashoggi

US Stands By Saudi Arabia Despite the Killing of Jamal Khashoggi

President Donald Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo have signaled the U.S. will remain a “steadfast” partner of Saudi Arabia, despite the brutal killing and dismemberment of Washington Post
US Presidents Traditionally Pardon Turkeys Ahead of Thanksgiving Holiday

US Presidents Traditionally Pardon Turkeys Ahead of Thanksgiving Holiday

In a decades long tradition, U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday pardoned a turkey sent to the White House for the Thanksgiving holiday, which is celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November.
Witness at 'El Chapo' Trial Tells of High-Level Corruption

Witness at 'El Chapo' Trial Tells of High-Level Corruption

A witness at the U.S. drug trafficking trial of accused Sinaloa Cartel leader Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman on Tuesday testified that he paid a multimillion-dollar bribe to an underling of Mexican
US Endorses S. Korean Candidate as Interpol Votes For President

US Endorses S. Korean Candidate as Interpol Votes For President

Interpol's general assembly is voting to choose a new president at a meeting Wednesday in Dubai, with a member of Russia's Interior Ministry considered the front-runner in the race.Alexander
Interpol Elects South Korea's Kim Jong Yang as President

Interpol Elects South Korea's Kim Jong Yang as President

Interpol's general assembly voted Wednesday to make South Korea's Kim Jong Yang its new president.Kim had been serving as the organization's acting president and will serve the final two-years of the
Rush hour traffic for Thanksgiving in LA looks like a living nightmare

Rush hour traffic for Thanksgiving in LA looks like a living nightmare

Thanksgiving traffic could be the worst since 2005.
Operation Homefront Distributes Thanksgiving Meals to Military Families in DC

Operation Homefront Distributes Thanksgiving Meals to Military Families in DC

Through its nonprofit’s annual Holiday Meals for Military program, Operation Homefront distributes Thanksgiving meals to military families in the Washington D.C. area every year. They have given away
Volunteers Help Prepare Thanksgiving Meal for Homeless

Volunteers Help Prepare Thanksgiving Meal for Homeless

On the streets of Los Angeles, life is harsh for the thousands of homeless residents who camp on the sidewalks. In the shadow of office towers, tent cities line the concrete on street after street in
APEC Breakdown Highlights Growing Divide Over Trade

APEC Breakdown Highlights Growing Divide Over Trade

Sharp exchanges between US Vice President Mike Pence and Chinese leader Xi Jinping at this year’s Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meetings and the regional body’s failure to issue a joint
Thanks to The California Wildfires, Air is 60 Times Dirtier than World Health Standards!

Thanks to The California Wildfires, Air is 60 Times Dirtier than World Health Standards!

California is facing a wrath of wildfires that are burning down everything in sight. Apart from life and man-made things, the wildfires are affecting the environment as well. Air quality in the
Free Clinics Fill Huge Gaps in US Health Care System

Free Clinics Fill Huge Gaps in US Health Care System

On a cold and rainy Saturday morning, hundreds of people have camped out all night in cars or huddled in sleeping bags, splayed out in a school parking lot that has been turned into a makeshift