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Trump Says Manafort Pardon ‘Not Off the Table’

Trump Says Manafort Pardon ‘Not Off the Table’

U.S. President Donald Trump said Wednesday that a pardon for his onetime 2016 campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, who is facing years in prison for financial fraud, was "not off the table." Trump told

2019 Mazda3 To Offer AWD Option In The United States

We asked Mazda whether the i-Activ AWD system would be offered in the U.S. and the answer was yes. |

After 12 Draws and a Day of Tiebreakers, Magnus Carlsen Beats Fabiano Caruana To Win World Chess Championship

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The New York Times: After three weeks, 12 straight draws and a day of tiebreakers, Norway's Magnus Carlsen finally retained the world chess championship in

2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE Priced From $53,700, Arrives In Spring 2019

The base GLE 350 model doesn't offer all-wheel drive though; adding the 4Matic system costs $2,500. |
Inmates Bilk US Troops in $560K 'Sextortion' Scheme

Inmates Bilk US Troops in $560K 'Sextortion' Scheme

A military investigation unit says prison inmates used online “sextortion” to take more than a half-million dollars from hundreds of American service members. Agents from the Naval Criminal
Russian Detainee Dies in US Immigration Custody

Russian Detainee Dies in US Immigration Custody

After nearly a year in detention, a months-long hunger strike, and a deportation order, 40-year-old Mergensana Amar died in U.S. immigration custody this month.He was removed from life support 10 days
Pelosi Nominated by Democrats for US House Speaker

Pelosi Nominated by Democrats for US House Speaker

Nancy Pelosi was nominated by fellow House Democrats to be speaker on Wednesday, but she still faces a showdown vote when the full House convenes in January. Pelosi entered the closed-door caucus
Possible Resolution Appears Near in Russian Agent Case

Possible Resolution Appears Near in Russian Agent Case

A woman accused of being a secret agent for the Russian government appears to be coming closer to a plea deal with U.S. prosecutors or other resolution of her criminal case. Court documents filed
Stocks Leap as Fed Chief Hints Interest Rate Increases May Taper Off

Stocks Leap as Fed Chief Hints Interest Rate Increases May Taper Off

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell boosted U.S. stock markets on Wednesday when he said interest rates were “just below" estimates of a level that neither brakes nor boosts a healthy economy. Many
UN Chief Appeals to G20 Leaders for Cooperation on Urgent Global Issues

UN Chief Appeals to G20 Leaders for Cooperation on Urgent Global Issues

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has appealed to G-20 leaders ahead of their meetings this week to cooperate more to address some of the planet's most pressing issues. "Threats to human
Trump Studying New Auto Tariffs After GM Restructuring

Trump Studying New Auto Tariffs After GM Restructuring

U.S. President Donald Trump said Wednesday that new auto tariffs were "being studied now," asserting they could prevent job cuts such as the U.S. layoffs and plant closures that General Motors Co.
US Navy Sails 2 Ships Through Taiwan Strait

US Navy Sails 2 Ships Through Taiwan Strait

The U.S. Navy sailed two ships through the Taiwan Strait on Wednesday, a move likely to upset China. A destroyer and an oil ship made the journey. This is the third time this year the Navy carried out
Trumps Light National Christmas Tree Near White House

Trumps Light National Christmas Tree Near White House

President Donald Trump led a countdown for the lighting of the National Christmas Tree on Wednesday, and first lady Melania Trump hit the switch to illuminate the decked-out spruce in President's
Norway’s Magnus Carlsen Retains World Chess Title

Norway’s Magnus Carlsen Retains World Chess Title

Norway’s Magnus Carlsen has solidified his claim to be the greatest chess player in the world.Carlsen beat Fabiano Caruana of the United States 3-0 Wednesday in a rapid-chess tiebreaker game at the
New Rule Puts US Trafficking Victims at Higher Risk of Deportation

New Rule Puts US Trafficking Victims at Higher Risk of Deportation

A U.S. agency is taking steps to deport people who were trafficked illegally into the country if they cannot prove their ordeal, a move likely to have a chilling effect on victims coming forward,
US Waived FBI Checks on Staff at Camp for Migrant Teens

US Waived FBI Checks on Staff at Camp for Migrant Teens

The Trump administration has put the safety of thousands of teens at a migrant detention camp at risk by waiving FBI fingerprint checks for their caregivers and short-staffing mental health workers,
What Underlies US-China Tensions Ahead of Crucial G-20 Meeting?

What Underlies US-China Tensions Ahead of Crucial G-20 Meeting?

U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping are expected to meet on the sidelines of the Group of 20 (G-20) summit in Argentina this week for what some see as the most important
Suicide, Overdoses Help Cut US Life Expectancy

Suicide, Overdoses Help Cut US Life Expectancy

Suicides and drug overdoses helped lead a surge in U.S. deaths last year, and drove a continuing decline in how long Americans are expected to live.Overall, there were more than 2.8 million U.S.

Voices in AI – Episode 74: A Conversation with Dr. Kai-Fu Lee

About this Episode Episode 74 of Voices in AI features host Byron Reese and Dr. Kai-Fu Lee discussing the potential of AI…
US Lawmaker Accuses China of Genocide in Treatment of Uighur Muslims

US Lawmaker Accuses China of Genocide in Treatment of Uighur Muslims

A U.S. congressman is calling on President Donald Trump to raise the issue of China's mass internment of Muslim ethnic minorities when he meets with Chinese President Xi Jinping later this week.