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Dictionary.com Chooses 'Misinformation' as Word of the Year

Dictionary.com Chooses 'Misinformation' as Word of the Year

Misinformation, as opposed to disinformation, was chosen Monday as Dictionary.com's word of the year on the tattered coattails of "toxic," picked earlier this month for the same honor by Oxford
GM to Slash Jobs, Production, Cancel Some Car Models

GM to Slash Jobs, Production, Cancel Some Car Models

General Motors Co will cut car production, stop building several slow-selling models, and slash its North American workforce, its biggest restructuring in North America since its bankruptcy a decade
Longtime Trump Personal Aide to Depart White House

Longtime Trump Personal Aide to Depart White House

One of President Donald Trump's closest aides will be departing the White House in the coming weeks.Jordan Karem, the personal aide who has served as Trump's "body man" and director of Oval Office
US Top Court Open to Antitrust Suit Against Apple App Store

US Top Court Open to Antitrust Suit Against Apple App Store

U.S. Supreme Court justices on Monday appeared open to letting a lawsuit proceed against Apple Inc that accused it of breaking federal antitrust laws by monopolizing the market for iPhone software
India Wary of Odds of Recovering American's Body From Remote Island

India Wary of Odds of Recovering American's Body From Remote Island

Indian officials are working with anthropologists to determine whether they can recover the body of an American killed while trying to reach an isolated tribe on a remote island.John Allen Chau, 27,
Charities Call for US to Halt Support for Saudis in Yemen

Charities Call for US to Halt Support for Saudis in Yemen

Five international charities on Monday urged the United States to halt all military support for a Saudi-led coalition fighting Yemen's Shi’ite rebels, saying it would save millions of lives.A joint
Canada Blindsided by GM Oshawa Closure, Workers Walk Out in Protest

Canada Blindsided by GM Oshawa Closure, Workers Walk Out in Protest

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday expressed his"deep disappointment" in General Motors Co's decision to close its Oshawa plant, a move Canadian officials only learned about on Sunday

GM To Stop Production At 5 U.S. And Canadian Plants, Slash 15% Of Salaried Workers

The company also announced plans to double investments in EVs and autonomous vehicles. |
New Admiral Takes Helm of US Southern Command

New Admiral Takes Helm of US Southern Command

U.S. Navy Adm. Craig Faller has taken charge of U.S. Southern Command, which overseas military operations in Latin America and the Caribbean.Speaking at the change of command ceremony Monday near
Cyber Monday Set to Become Record US Online Shopping Day

Cyber Monday Set to Become Record US Online Shopping Day

Cyber Monday was on track to bring in a record $7.8 billion in U.S. online sales, but will also test the limits of retailers' e-commerce operations as millions of shoppers scour for steep discounts on
Associate of Trump Ally Says to Reject Mueller Plea Deal

Associate of Trump Ally Says to Reject Mueller Plea Deal

An associate of political operative Roger Stone, a long-time ally of U.S. President Donald Trump, said on Monday he will reject what he claims is a plea deal offered to him by the special counsel
US Lawmakers' Concern on Saudi Arabia Prompts Pompeo, Mattis Briefing

US Lawmakers' Concern on Saudi Arabia Prompts Pompeo, Mattis Briefing

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis will brief the U.S. Senate on Wednesday on the latest developments related to Saudi Arabia, Senator John Cornyn, the number two
GM North America Plant Closures Disappoint Trump, Trudeau

GM North America Plant Closures Disappoint Trump, Trudeau

Both U.S. President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are expressing disappointment with General Motors’ announcement it is slashing 15 percent of its salaried workforce and

CGP Grey on 'What is Federal Land?'

Wow, two CGP Grey videos in one month? I'll take it! In his latest one, he talks about the United States' federally-owned land and the complexities of what that actually means. Previously: Who owns
Feds Have Given Over $20M in Aid to California Wildfire Victims

Feds Have Given Over $20M in Aid to California Wildfire Victims

The U.S. government has distributed more than $20 million in assistance for people displaced by the catastrophic wildfire in Northern California, a Federal Emergency Management Agency official said
The Power and Headaches of Capitol Hill's Top Job

The Power and Headaches of Capitol Hill's Top Job

When Democrats hold leadership elections this week, they will be choosing the speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives for the 116th Congress — the 55th person in U.S. history to serve in this

Trump dismisses own government's climate report

President Donald Trump said Monday he doesn't believe his own government's report last week warning of massive economic losses if carbon emissions continue to feed climate change unchecked.

Ex-Trump aide Manafort 'lied to FBI' in Russia probe, broke plea deal

Special counsel Robert Mueller is accusing former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort of lying to federal investigators in the Russia probe in breach of his plea agreement.
Trump Rallies for Embattled US Senator in Mississippi

Trump Rallies for Embattled US Senator in Mississippi

President Donald Trump stumped in Mississippi on Monday for a Republican Senate appointee who wants voters to focus on her unwavering support for him, and not the racial questions that have made
Lone Black Republican US Congresswoman Slams Trump After Defeat

Lone Black Republican US Congresswoman Slams Trump After Defeat

U.S. Representative Mia Love, the only black Republican woman in Congress, lashed out on Monday at President Donald Trump and her party, saying in her concession speech that they had failed to fully