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US Jury Sees 'El Chapo' Texts Sent to Wife While on the Run

US Jury Sees 'El Chapo' Texts Sent to Wife While on the Run

Notorious Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman texted his wife while he was on the run after narrowly avoiding capture in 2012, according to the latest damaging evidence presented at Guzman's
New York's Iconic Chrysler Building Put Up for Sale

New York's Iconic Chrysler Building Put Up for Sale

The Chrysler Building, an Art Deco masterpiece that has been a defining image of New York City's skyline for decades, has been put up for sale, a minority owner of the building and a broker hired to

Venezuela Calls US Sanctions Against Its Petro Cryptocurrency ‘Discriminatory’

Venezuela has filed a complaint against the U.S. with the World Trade Organization, highlighting sanctions against the petro as one issue.
Countries Face Tighter Scrutiny on Trafficking Under US Law

Countries Face Tighter Scrutiny on Trafficking Under US Law

Nations around the world face increased scrutiny from the United States over their attempts to fight human trafficking at home — and the price of failure could be steep, under a law signed Wednesday
Tom Steyer Won't Run for President, Will Focus on Impeachment

Tom Steyer Won't Run for President, Will Focus on Impeachment

Billionaire investor and Democratic activist Tom Steyer said Wednesday that he will not run for the White House in 2020 and will instead focus on calling for President Donald Trump's
How US Shutdown Over Border Wall Fight Might Play Out

How US Shutdown Over Border Wall Fight Might Play Out

As the partial U.S. government shutdown neared the end of its 19th day, President Donald Trump and congressional Democrats were still divided over his demands for funding a U.S.-Mexico border wall,
Price Tag Proposed in US for Tailpipe CO2 Emissions

Price Tag Proposed in US for Tailpipe CO2 Emissions

Drivers on the U.S. East Coast may soon start paying for their climate pollution.Nine states and the District of Columbia have announced plans to introduce a system that puts a price on the carbon
Texas Landowners Dig In to Fight Trump's Border Wall

Texas Landowners Dig In to Fight Trump's Border Wall

As President Donald Trump travels to the border in Texas to make the case for his $5.7 billion wall, landowner Eloisa Cavazos says she knows firsthand how the project will play out if the White House

Trump storms out of meeting with Democrats on shutdown

President Donald Trump said "bye-bye" and stormed out of negotiations Wednesday on funding a US-Mexico border wall when Democratic opponents refused to agree to the project.
US Upbeat After 3 Days of Trade Talks in Beijing

US Upbeat After 3 Days of Trade Talks in Beijing

Three days of trade talks in Beijing between the United States and China ended Wednesday with the White House expressing optimism."We expect something will come out of this," White House spokeswoman
3 Facts About the US Border We Didn't Hear in Trump's Speech

3 Facts About the US Border We Didn't Hear in Trump's Speech

Here are three facts about the U.S. southern border with Mexico that Americans didn't hear Tuesday night from U.S. President Donald Trump during his Oval Office address, and why they matter when
Shutdown Standoff: Neither Trump, Democrats Likely to Budge

Shutdown Standoff: Neither Trump, Democrats Likely to Budge

There is no easy way out.As the third government shutdown of President Donald Trump’s administration stretched into its 19th day, political pressures on Trump and the Democrats have left little room
Trump Sees Border Wall Promise as Key to Re-Election

Trump Sees Border Wall Promise as Key to Re-Election

Three weeks into a partial shutdown of the federal government, President Donald Trump and opposition Democrats remain sharply divided over the president's demand for a border wall with Mexico.Trump
Democratic Lawmakers Zero In on Latest Manafort-Russia Revelation

Democratic Lawmakers Zero In on Latest Manafort-Russia Revelation

Senior Democratic lawmakers called Wednesday for further investigation into a revelation that in 2016 Donald Trump's then-presidential election campaign chairman gave polling data to a man U.S.
As Shutdown Drags On, Fears of Air Travel Disruptions Grow

As Shutdown Drags On, Fears of Air Travel Disruptions Grow

U.S. airport security workers and air traffic controllers working without pay warned that security and safety could be compromised if a government shutdown continues beyond Friday, when some workers
Au Pairs Win $65.5M Settlement in Denver Lawsuit

Au Pairs Win $65.5M Settlement in Denver Lawsuit

Young people from around the world who provided low-cost child care for American families will share in a proposed $65.5 million settlement of a lawsuit brought by a dozen former au pairs against the
Frustrations Run High in Third Week of Shutdown

Frustrations Run High in Third Week of Shutdown

Efforts to end a 19-day partial government shutdown stalled Wednesday when President Trump walked out of White House talks with congressional Democrats. Trump's request for nearly $6 billion in
In China, Kim Jong Un Tries to Expand His Leverage

In China, Kim Jong Un Tries to Expand His Leverage

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has headed home after visiting China this week. Neither Pyongyang nor Beijing has provided details about the Kim visit, which comes amid preparations for a possible
Pompeo Reassures Iraqi Leaders Ahead of a Major Speech in Cairo

Pompeo Reassures Iraqi Leaders Ahead of a Major Speech in Cairo

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made visits Wednesday to Irbil and Baghdad, reassuring top Iraqi and Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government leaders amid concern over U.S. plans to withdraw its troops
Rosenstein's Departure Raises Concerns About Russia Investigation

Rosenstein's Departure Raises Concerns About Russia Investigation

The upcoming departure of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is raising questions about the future of a special counsel investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential