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Chinese National Gets 10 Years in US Prison for Stealing Trade Secrets

Chinese National Gets 10 Years in US Prison for Stealing Trade Secrets

A Chinese scientist was sentenced Wednesday to more than 10 years in a U.S. federal prison for stealing valuable rice seeds from a Kansas biopharmaceutical firm.Weiqiang Zhang, a Chinese national who
Woman Fired After Making Obscene Gesture to Trump Files Lawsuit

Woman Fired After Making Obscene Gesture to Trump Files Lawsuit

Juli Briskman, the cyclist who made an obscene gesture at President Donald Trump’s motorcade last year and lost her job because of it, has sued her former employer.“I filed this lawsuit against my
Trump Administration Seeks to Temper China Trade War Fears

Trump Administration Seeks to Temper China Trade War Fears

President Donald Trump said Wednesday the United States is not in a trade war with China, after Beijing announced plans to impose tariffs on $50 billion worth of U.S. goods in response to a similar
Martin Luther King Jr.’s final, lesser-known campaign is more relevant than ever

Martin Luther King Jr.’s final, lesser-known campaign is more relevant than ever

In the weeks leading up to his assassination 50 years ago today, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was preparing for his greatest demonstration yet. The…
Trump orders National Guard to US-Mexico border

Trump orders National Guard to US-Mexico border

Asserting the situation had reached "a point of crisis," President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed a proclamation ordering the deployment of the National Guard to the U.S.-Mexico border to fight
US Sanctions Russian Oligarchs

US Sanctions Russian Oligarchs

The Trump administration on Friday announced wide-ranging sanctions against 38 Russian individuals and companies, part of what senior administration officials billed as a response "to address Russia's
Bernie Sanders Struggles With New Path to Black Voters

Bernie Sanders Struggles With New Path to Black Voters

Bernie Sanders took the stage in Mississippi's capital city alongside a popular, young African-American mayor whose election he'd endorsed last year.Sanders, the one-time and potentially future
March US Job Creation Dips, Jobless Rate Unchanged

March US Job Creation Dips, Jobless Rate Unchanged

The U.S. Labor Department reported Friday the unemployment rate in March remained at a 17-year-low of 4.1-percent for the sixth straight month.U.S. employers added 103,000 jobs in March, less than the
Trump to Skip Annual White House Correspondents' Dinner

Trump to Skip Annual White House Correspondents' Dinner

President Donald Trump, a constant critic of what he calls "fake news," will skip the White House Correspondents' Dinner for a second year in a row.White House Correspondents' Association president
Boss Buzzing you After Hours? NYC Might let you Say Buzz off

Boss Buzzing you After Hours? NYC Might let you Say Buzz off

Technology that once promised freedom from the confines of an office has, for many workers, become a ball and chain, blurring the lines between work hours and, well, any other hours. A New York City
Family Fights Deportation of Cambodian-Born US Man

Family Fights Deportation of Cambodian-Born US Man

The family of a Cambodian-American jailed last year while awaiting deportation is appealing the deportation order after a district court ruled his planned December deportation should be postponed.
US, China Rivalry Poses Risks, Benefits for Latin America

US, China Rivalry Poses Risks, Benefits for Latin America

As the trade dispute between the United States and China was gaining steam last month, a half-dozen Chinese dancers and a person in a panda bear suit paraded across a stage inside a hotel lobby in the
Oklahoma Teacher Walkout Stretches Into 5th Day

Oklahoma Teacher Walkout Stretches Into 5th Day

A teachers strike in Oklahoma stretched into a fifth day on Friday, and a state union leader said he doesn’t think pending proposals to increase revenue are enough to stop the walkout from extending
US imposes sanctions on 24 Russian oligarchs and officials for 'malign activity'

US imposes sanctions on 24 Russian oligarchs and officials for 'malign activity'

The United States sanctioned 24 Russian people, including oligarchs and government officials, and 14 groups on Friday over what it called a range of malign activities by Moscow to subvert Western
Hurricane Maria's aftermath is forcing hundreds of Puerto Rico's schools to close

Hurricane Maria's aftermath is forcing hundreds of Puerto Rico's schools to close

The Department of Education is closing 283 schools in hopes of saving $303 million over the next five years.
Cambodian-Born US Man Deported Back to Country He Doesn't Remember

Cambodian-Born US Man Deported Back to Country He Doesn't Remember

A 42-year-old man who spent most of his life in the United States has been deported back to his native Cambodia.His family says Kosal Chhim left Cambodia as an infant and spent a few years in Thailand
Sessions Announces 'Zero-Tolerance' Policy for Illegal Entry into US

Sessions Announces 'Zero-Tolerance' Policy for Illegal Entry into US

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Friday announced a "zero-tolerance" policy for illegal entry into the United States, instructing all federal prosecutors along the southern border to prioritize
Report: White House Chief of Staff Kelly Urged Trump to Fire EPA's Pruitt

Report: White House Chief of Staff Kelly Urged Trump to Fire EPA's Pruitt

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly urged President Donald Trump last week to dismiss Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt, a White House official told The Wall Street Journal
US Tariffs Target China's Intellectual Property Theft, but Solution Seems Far Off

US Tariffs Target China's Intellectual Property Theft, but Solution Seems Far Off

U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday threatened tariffs on an additional $100 billion worth of Chinese goods, on top of the $50 billion in import taxes he already has proposed against Beijing.
US Raises Stakes with Tough Sanctions on Russian Oligarchs

US Raises Stakes with Tough Sanctions on Russian Oligarchs

The White House has announced sanctions against 38 Russian individuals and companies, saying the United States is standing up to ongoing "malign activity" by the Russian government against Western