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Experts Explore the Way Forward after Facebook Data Leak
A data leak that enabled political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica to access personal information from about 87 million Facebook users has generated an uproar and concerns over online privacy and
Georgia Coffee Shop Place People 'Want to Reach Out to Each Other'
Operating in one of the most culturally diverse communities in the United States, Refuge Coffee is a nonprofit business founded on a simple premise: improving the lives of refugees living in the U.S.
Anchorage Voters First in the Nation to Reject Bathroom Bill
Voters in Alaska’s largest city are on track to becoming the first in the U.S. to defeat a so-called bathroom bill in a referendum that asked them to require people using public bathrooms and locker
US-South Korea Military Exercises Minimize Public Show of Force
The annual U.S.–South Korea joint military exercises currently underway have historically been a very public demonstration of force intended, in part, to counter North Korea’s aggressive nuclear and
The Best Charlotte, NC Travel Tips From Our Readers
“People are much more friendly and polite than they were in NYC,” says reader Jeebs, one of the biggest contributors to our thread of Charlotte, NC travel tips. That might be a low bar, but friendly
Russian TV Mockingly Prepares for Nuclear War With Real Nuclear-War Instructions
The news clip was supposed to be a joke about how Russia is gearing up for a nuclear war with the United States, except the potential for an actual nuclear war exists, since America is currently being
Trump: Syria Attack Could Be 'Very Soon' or 'Not Soon at All'
President Donald Trump insists he "never said when an attack on Syria would take place" in response to an alleged chemical weapons attack, tweeting that "it could be very soon or not so soon at all."A
Another Trump Trade War, This Time with Rwanda over Clothes
The sweaty mechanic tossed aside the used jeans one by one, digging deep through the pile of secondhand clothes that are at the center of another, if little-noticed, Trump administration trade war.
Trump Pick for Top Diplomat Faces Confirmation Hearing
President Donald Trump's nominee to be Secretary of State, CIA Director Mike Pompeo, will appear before a Senate Committee for his confirmation hearing Thursday, where he will emphasize a harder line
World Trade Body Warns US-China Tensions May Dent Business
The World Trade Organization predicts continued trade growth this year, though it warns that tensions and "tit-for-tat" retaliatory measures, notably between the U.S. and China, could compromise those
US Embassy in Cambodia Warns of Alleged Bomb Plot
The U.S. Embassy in Cambodia has issued a security alert over an alleged plot to set off a bomb during the country's traditional New Year holiday, which runs from Thursday through Monday.The alert
Senators Seek to Reaffirm Value of US-Africa Relations
A bipartisan delegation of five U.S. senators has returned from a week-long trip to four African countries to show America’s commitment to the continent. The four Democrats and one Republican
Smart Car to Become Global EV Brand, Taking Over Europe Once North America is Conquered
Long thought to be a cute little brand that had a much lower ceiling than most automakers in the industry, Daimler-owned smart is now setting its sights on becoming a full-fledged global all-electric
Pompeo Grilled on Russia, Trump at Confirmation Hearing
U.S. President Donald Trump’s nominee for secretary of state, CIA Director Mike Pompeo, faced intense questioning about the ongoing Russia probe, his relationship with the president, and hotspots
Initially Praised, CIA Chief Pompeo Became Polarizing Figure in Intel Community
Months after rumors first circulated that U.S. President Donald Trump wanted to put his spy chief in charge of the nation’s diplomacy, Central Intelligence Agency Director Mike Pompeo is taking his
Trump: Decision on US Syria Response to Be 'Made Fairly Soon'
President Donald Trump says a U.S. response to the recent alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria will be "made fairly soon.""We’ll see what happens..we're looking very seriously at that situation,"
Amnesty Says Executions Fell, But China Still Tops List
Amnesty International reports the number of executions around the world continued to fall last year, with a 4 percent drop in executions and a significant decline in the number of new death
Trump Hints at US Possibly Rejoining TPP
U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday ordered his top economic and trade advisers to look into rejoining the Pacific-rim trade pact with 11 other countries that he abandoned last year three days
‘Bourne’ TV Series Pilot Ordered by USA from ‘Heroes’ Creator
The Bourne franchise will live on, but not necessarily with Matt Damon. While the actor reunited with director Paul Greengrass for a long-awaited fourth Bourne movie with 2016’s Jason Bourne, the
Comey says Trump ran White House like 'mob boss' in new book
Former FBI director James Comey says in a new book that President Donald Trump reminded him of a mafia boss who demanded absolute loyalty, saw the entire world against him, and lied about everything.