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Poland Drops Case Against Reporter for US-Owned Broadcaster

Poland Drops Case Against Reporter for US-Owned Broadcaster

Polish national prosecutors said Sunday that they are dropping a criminal investigation into a reporter for a U.S.-owned broadcaster on suspicions of propagating fascism for having gone undercover to

’90s Inspiration, ’70s Platform: Joe Feng’s RX-3

The track is filled with excitement and gossip; the KPGC10 Hakosuka GT-R is planning to make its 50th consecutive win, and you’re anxious to witness it firsthand. The starting line-up consists of
US Closes Entry Point as Migrants Rush Southern Border

US Closes Entry Point as Migrants Rush Southern Border

U.S. authorities have stopped all north- and south-bound traffic at the San Ysidro border point of entry between San Diego and Tijuana, Mexico after migrants tried to rush the border Sunday.More than
California's Deadliest Wildfire '100 Percent Contained'

California's Deadliest Wildfire '100 Percent Contained'

State fire officials say the Camp Fire, which has killed at least 85 people in northern California, is 100 percent contained Sunday.The Camp Fire has scorched nearly 62,000 hectares of land and
Former Trump Aide Ordered to Start Serving 14-day Jail Term

Former Trump Aide Ordered to Start Serving 14-day Jail Term

A one-time foreign affairs adviser to President Donald Trump has been ordered to start serving a 14-day jail term on Monday for lying to investigators about his role in Russia's interference in the
Soldier from Washington State Killed in Afghanistan

Soldier from Washington State Killed in Afghanistan

U.S. Department of Defense officials say a 25-year-old soldier from Leavenworth, Washington, was killed during combat operations in Afghanistan.Army Sgt. Leandro A.S. Jasso died Saturday in Helmand
Washington Digests New Warning on Climate Change

Washington Digests New Warning on Climate Change

Washington is digesting the U.S. government’s starkest-ever warnings and most dire predictions to date on climate change. VOA’s Michael Bowman reports, the White House is issuing no calls for action
US Lawmakers Split With Trump on Khashoggi Killing

US Lawmakers Split With Trump on Khashoggi Killing

Several U.S. lawmakers broke with President Donald Trump on Sunday, disagreeing with his assessment that it was uncertain whether Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was involved in the killing of
US versus Huawei part two: getting allies in line

US versus Huawei part two: getting allies in line

It may have not been able to deal Huawei the same almost fatal blow it gave ZTE but the US government is ramping up its efforts to make sure the Chinese company will have no place to run soon. It has
US Reopens Entry Point After Group of Migrants Rushed Border

US Reopens Entry Point After Group of Migrants Rushed Border

U.S. authorities have reopened the San Ysidro border point of entry between San Diego and Tijuana, Mexico, after closing traffic in both directions in response to migrants trying to rush the border
US versus Huawei part two: getting allies in line

US versus Huawei part two: getting allies in line

It may have not been able to deal Huawei the same almost fatal blow it gave ZTE but the US government is ramping up its efforts to make sure the Chinese company will have no place to run soon. It has

Hundreds still missing as California's deadliest wildfire is finally tamed

The deadliest and most destructive fire in California's history was finally brought totally under control by firefighters, more than two weeks after it erupted, authorities said on Sunday.
Tariffs Tapping Into US Craft Beer Industry

Tariffs Tapping Into US Craft Beer Industry

U.S. tariffs on imported steel and aluminum, a move by the Trump administration to bolster the domestic industry and protect U.S. jobs, are just starting to have a far-reaching impact on different
Tariffs Tapping into US Craft Beer Industry

Tariffs Tapping into US Craft Beer Industry

When Dan Katt opened Good City Brewing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 2016 – a presidential election year - a trade war between the Trump administration and China was the furthest thing from his mind.“I
US, Mexico Pledge Tough Security After Group of Migrants Tried to Cross Border

US, Mexico Pledge Tough Security After Group of Migrants Tried to Cross Border

Mexican and U.S. authorities are pledging to prosecute those engaging in violence at the border, after a peaceful march in protest of long asylum processing times Sunday ended with a group of migrants

One Of A Kind: Street Or Race

It all started in 1958 with a Volkswagen Beetle on an autocross course. From there, Bob Sharp went on to pick up a 1960 Austin-Healey Sprite for his college years. Or, perhaps more accurately, this
Trial to Begin For US Man Accused of Killing Woman at White Nationalist Rally

Trial to Begin For US Man Accused of Killing Woman at White Nationalist Rally

Jury selection begins Monday in the trial of a U.S. man accused of driving into a crowd of counterprotesters at a white supremacist rally and killing a woman.Prosecutors charged 21-year-old James
Is it Time to Throw US History Textbooks Away?

Is it Time to Throw US History Textbooks Away?

It used to be that American students learned the history of their country from "official" sources — teachers and textbooks accredited and vetted by experts. But that’s no longer true.Amateur

2019 Ford Ranger 2WD Is More Economical Than All Gas-Powered Rivals

A leaked window sticker reveals the fuel economy ratings of the midsize truck in 2WD guise. |
Russia Opens Civil Case Against Google Over Search Results

Russia Opens Civil Case Against Google Over Search Results

Russia has launched a civil case against Google, accusing it of failing to comply with a legal requirement to remove certain entries from its search results, the country's communications watchdog said