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US Couple Accused of Enticing Chinese Into Sex Trafficking

US Couple Accused of Enticing Chinese Into Sex Trafficking

A New Hampshire husband and wife used a messaging system popular in China to entice women to come to the U.S. on tourist visas to serve in the sex industry in northern New England, according to court
US Orders non-Emergency Staff Out of Congo Before Election

US Orders non-Emergency Staff Out of Congo Before Election

The U.S. State Department said on Saturday it had ordered non-emergency government staff and family members of government employees to leave Democratic Republic of Congo a week before a presidential
Trump: Interior Secretary Zinke to Leave at Year's End

Trump: Interior Secretary Zinke to Leave at Year's End

U.S. President Donald Trump announced Saturday his scandal-plagued Interior Department secretary, Ryan Zinke, will leave his administration at the end of the year.Zinke's departure was Trump's second

Trump's Interior Secretary Zinke to step down amid ethics probes

US Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who has sought to open US offshore waters to oil and gas drilling despite environmental protests, will be leaving his post at the end of the year, President Donald
AP Fact Check: Trump Floats Fictions About the Border

AP Fact Check: Trump Floats Fictions About the Border

President Donald Trump’s relationship with the truth tends to be borderline, at best, when it comes to the border.So it was this past week when he made a flurry of false or unsupported statements
Canada Defends Huawei Detention, Pushes Back on Trump Comments

Canada Defends Huawei Detention, Pushes Back on Trump Comments

Canada on Friday defended as lawful its detention of a Chinese tech executive that has placed Ottawa at the center of a trade dispute between the U.S. and China. As VOA's Bill Gallo reports, the
Thousands Volunteer to Lay Wreaths at Arlington Cemetery

Thousands Volunteer to Lay Wreaths at Arlington Cemetery

Thousands of volunteers braved the rain Saturday for the annual holiday tradition of placing wreaths at the more than quarter-million headstones at Arlington National Cemetery outside Washington. The
US Says Airstrike in Somalia Killed 8 Militants

US Says Airstrike in Somalia Killed 8 Militants

The U.S. military said it conducted an airstrike Saturday in Somalia, killing at least eight al-Shabab militants.No civilians were involved in the airstrike near Gandarhse, a coastal area south of

From BattleBots To Alfa Romeos

But how many of us can say that we’d be willing to sacrifice or push back life changing opportunities in search of fulfilment of our dreams? For instance, if you were on track to becoming a lawyer,

Man Shockingly Pushes Stranger In Front Of Moving Truck, Driver Saves The Day

The disturbing incident happened in downtown Los Angeles and the attack was completely random and unprovoked. |
Fate of Kansas Ban on Telemedicine Abortions Uncertain

Fate of Kansas Ban on Telemedicine Abortions Uncertain

Kansas clinics still don’t know whether it will be legal for them to offer telemedicine abortions in January. Meanwhile a state-court judge Friday derided the upcoming ban as an “air ball” that can’t
The Historic Place Where Literary, Political Worlds Intersect

The Historic Place Where Literary, Political Worlds Intersect

A relatively modest, independently owned bookstore in Washington has become a standout on the cultural scene in the U.S. capital. It's called Politics and Prose. Since opening in 1984, it's managed to
Michigan Sand Dunes Attract Tourists, Swallow Properties

Michigan Sand Dunes Attract Tourists, Swallow Properties

Sand dunes in the state of Michigan are a scenic attraction for many American and foreign tourists. These sand dunes expand and move. Over time, they swallow cottages and the vegetation around them,
Pistol-Packing Teachers Becoming More Common in Arkansas

Pistol-Packing Teachers Becoming More Common in Arkansas

Dale Cresswell keeps his gun on his hip at all times: in his classroom, at sporting events, whenever he’s at school.Cresswell, head coach to the senior boys’ track and cross-country teams, is one of a
Debt Threat: Business Debt, Worries About it, Are up

Debt Threat: Business Debt, Worries About it, Are up

Homeowners appear to have learned the lesson of the Great Recession about not taking on too much debt. There is some concern that Corporate America didn't get the message. For much of the past decade,
Turkey Claims US 'Working On' Extraditing Muslim Cleric

Turkey Claims US 'Working On' Extraditing Muslim Cleric

Turkey's foreign minister says U.S. President Donald Trump recently assured Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that Washington is considering extraditing a Muslim cleric that Ankara accuses of
Trump to Review Murder Charge Against Former Green Beret

Trump to Review Murder Charge Against Former Green Beret

U.S. President Donald Trump says he will review the case of a decorated Special Forces veteran accused of murder in the 2010 killing of a suspected Taliban bombmaker in Afghanistan.The U.S. leader
US, Taliban to Meet Monday in UAE

US, Taliban to Meet Monday in UAE

A Pakistan-arranged meeting between U.S. and Taliban officials will be held Monday in the United Arab Emirates to push a political settlement to the war in Afghanistan.The special representative for
Washington Reacts after Obamacare Struck Down

Washington Reacts after Obamacare Struck Down

The future of health care in America is murkier than ever after a federal judge ruled that former President Barack Obama's signature health care law is unconstitutional. VOA's Michael Bowman reports
Ottawa's Ambassador Meets with 2nd Canadian Citizen Arrested in China

Ottawa's Ambassador Meets with 2nd Canadian Citizen Arrested in China

China has allowed the Canadian ambassador to meet with a second Canadian citizen detained for reasons that are still unclear, the foreign ministry in Ottawa said.Ambassador John McCallum spoke with