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Pompeo Says Cooperation with Israel Over Syria, Iran to Continue

Pompeo Says Cooperation with Israel Over Syria, Iran to Continue

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Tuesday that the United States would continue to cooperate with Israel over Syria and in countering Iran in the Middle East, even as President Donald Trump
US Fires Tear Gas Across Mexico Border to Stop Migrants

US Fires Tear Gas Across Mexico Border to Stop Migrants

U.S. authorities fired tear gas into Mexico during the first hours of the new year to repel about 150 migrants who tried to breach the border fence in Tijuana.U.S. Customs and Border Protection said
Garbage, Feces Take Toll on National Parks Amid Shutdown

Garbage, Feces Take Toll on National Parks Amid Shutdown

Human feces, overflowing garbage, illegal off-roading and other damaging behavior in fragile areas were beginning to overwhelm some of the West's iconic national parks, as a partial government
From Minimum Wage to Pets New Year Means New US Laws

From Minimum Wage to Pets New Year Means New US Laws

Laws pertaining to minimum wage, gun use and sexual harassment are some of those that will changed across the country starting Tuesday. Here is a look at what to expect: Minimum wageThe National
Spacecraft Opens New Year with Flyby on Solar System's Edge

Spacecraft Opens New Year with Flyby on Solar System's Edge

NASA's New Horizons spacecraft pulled off the most distant exploration of another world Tuesday, skimming past a tiny, icy object 4 billion miles from Earth that looks to be shaped like a bowling pin.
Romney Attacks Trump, Saying He Causes Dismay Around the World

Romney Attacks Trump, Saying He Causes Dismay Around the World

Mitt Romney, the former Republican presidential candidate and incoming U.S. senator from Utah, sharply criticized President Donald Trump and suggested the U.S. leader had caused dismay around the
Trump Invites Congressional Leaders to Briefing as Shutdown Continues

Trump Invites Congressional Leaders to Briefing as Shutdown Continues

U.S. President Donald Trump has invited Democratic and Republican leaders in Congress to what the White House is calling a "border security briefing" Wednesday, while a partial government shutdown
A Delhi police statement on a marijuana bust plagiarises from “Weed Guide”

A Delhi police statement on a marijuana bust plagiarises from “Weed Guide”

Smoking a specific strain of weed might help you win friends, according to the police in India’s national capital. But don’t view it as gratuitous…
Walt Disney’s Backyard Railway: The Carolwood Pacific Railroad

Walt Disney’s Backyard Railway: The Carolwood Pacific Railroad

Even before Walt Disney drew up plans for the first Disneyland Park, he knew what to include in it—a rideable miniature railroad. Indeed, he had one in his own backyard at his home in Los Angeles.
One Million Lights Shine Brightly at Chinese Festival Near Washington

One Million Lights Shine Brightly at Chinese Festival Near Washington

Imagine a magical place where lights are designed in the shape of the Statue of Liberty, the Eiffel Tower and dragons. It's a place where children can enjoy a maze made of Chinese lanterns or see

Opening Hours At Sonoma Raceway’s Winter Jam

It was one of the motorsports that seemed to find its way into tracks of all types, all around the globe. So a few months ago when I ran into my buddy Faruk Kugay (the founder of Winter Jam and

The Commerce Department is Considering National Security Restrictions on AI

An anonymous reader shares a report: A common belief among tech industry insiders is that Silicon Valley has dominated the internet because much of the worldwide network was designed and built by
Trump, New Senator Romney Spar Over Trump's Presidency

Trump, New Senator Romney Spar Over Trump's Presidency

U.S. President Donald Trump and Mitt Romney, the losing 2012 Republican presidential candidate, are engaging in a verbal spat just as Romney is set to claim a Senate seat in the Congress that takes
Russia Grants Consular Access to Retired Marine Held on Spy Charges

Russia Grants Consular Access to Retired Marine Held on Spy Charges

Russia has allowed consular access to a retired U.S. Marine who has been detained on espionage charges, the country's foreign ministry said Wednesday.Access was granted just hours after U.S. Secretary
Google Soli no-touch phone tech greenlit by FCC

Google Soli no-touch phone tech greenlit by FCC

In Google’s future, smartphones and such won’t necessarily need touchscreens to operate. Instead, with the technology they call Soli, users will be able to control their smart devices with a wave of
Facebook Apologizes for Banning Evangelist Franklin Graham

Facebook Apologizes for Banning Evangelist Franklin Graham

Facebook has apologized for temporarily banning North Carolina evangelist Franklin Graham from its platform over a 2016 post about the state's "bathroom bill."The Asheville Citizen Times reports
Google Soli no-touch phone tech greenlit by FCC

Google Soli no-touch phone tech greenlit by FCC

In Google’s future, smartphones and such won’t necessarily need touchscreens to operate. Instead, with the technology they call Soli, users will be able to control their smart devices with a wave of
Bruised GOP Considers Trump's Pennsylvania Chances in 2020

Bruised GOP Considers Trump's Pennsylvania Chances in 2020

Democratic energy in the perennial battleground state of Pennsylvania is raising questions about President Donald Trump's ability to replicate his stunning 2016 win in a state Republicans hadn't
New Pentagon Leader Shanahan Makes Clear His Focus Is China

New Pentagon Leader Shanahan Makes Clear His Focus Is China

On his first working day as acting defense secretary, Pat Shanahan made clear that his focus is on China.The former Boeing executive, who moved up from the No. 2 job after Pentagon chief Jim Mattis
US Denies Status to Young Immigrants Due to Age

US Denies Status to Young Immigrants Due to Age

Some immigrant youth looking to start over in the United States after fleeing abusive homes are seeing their applications for green cards rejected because the Trump administration says they're too