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AFRICOM to Resume Announcing Somalia Airstrike Death Tolls

AFRICOM to Resume Announcing Somalia Airstrike Death Tolls

U.S. Africa Command, which oversees U.S. military operations on the continent, will again release the number of enemy fighters killed and damage information caused from its airstrikes, after briefly

FBI Arrests Trump Associate Roger Stone Over His Communications With WikiLeaks

Roger J. Stone Jr., a longtime informal adviser to President Trump, was charged as part of the special counsel investigation over his communications with WikiLeaks, the organization behind the release

Trump announces deal to end government shutdown for 3 weeks

US President Donald Trump on Friday said a deal had been reached on legislation that would reopen the US government through February 15.
New York's LaGuardia Halts Flights as Shutdown Drags on

New York's LaGuardia Halts Flights as Shutdown Drags on

Incoming flights to New York's LaGuardia Airport were delayed due to staffing issues Friday, the Federal Aviation Administration said, as the U.S. government shutdown drags into its 35th day.The FAA
FDA: More Blood Pressure Drugs May Have Shortages After Recalls

FDA: More Blood Pressure Drugs May Have Shortages After Recalls

Additional shortages of blood pressure drugs in the United States are possible following recent recalls related to traces of a probable carcinogen found in some versions a particular class of
Washington Post: Thousands of Tax Workers Skip Work as Shutdown Continues

Washington Post: Thousands of Tax Workers Skip Work as Shutdown Continues

Thousands of Internal Revenue Source employees ordered to return to their jobs unpaid in order to handle the tax filing season are not showing up to work, the Washington Post reported on Friday,
Roger Stone, Former Trump Campaign Adviser, Arrested

Roger Stone, Former Trump Campaign Adviser, Arrested

Roger Stone, a former campaign adviser to U.S. President Donald Trump, was released on a $250,000 bond Friday, hours after being arrested on several criminal charges stemming from the special
US House to Release all Russia Probe Transcripts: Schiff

US House to Release all Russia Probe Transcripts: Schiff

The House Intelligence Committee will release all transcripts of interviews in its probe of Russian election interference to the special counsel’s office, its Democratic chairman said on Friday after
Ghani Concerned About Exclusion From US-Taliban Talks

Ghani Concerned About Exclusion From US-Taliban Talks

As U.S.-Taliban peace talks take place in Qatar, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said any eventual truce between the insurgents and Afghanistan must respect his country's constitution and legal
Report: Trump, Lawmakers Reach Deal to End Shutdown

Report: Trump, Lawmakers Reach Deal to End Shutdown

Congressional leaders and President Donald Trump on Friday agreed to a stop-gap spending plan that would end a partial government shutdown now in its 35th day, according to a senior House Democratic
Deal Reached to Temporarily Reopen US Government

Deal Reached to Temporarily Reopen US Government

U.S. President Donald Trump endorsed a three-week spending bill Friday, clearing the way for Congress to pass legislation ending the longest government shutdown in U.S. history. "After 36 days of
Mexico: US to Send Back 20 Migrants Daily in New Asylum Plan

Mexico: US to Send Back 20 Migrants Daily in New Asylum Plan

The Mexican government says the United States plans to return 20 migrants per day to Mexico as they await an answer to their U.S. asylum claims.The spokesman for Mexico's Foreign Relations Department
Johns Hopkins to Buy DC Journalism Museum's Building

Johns Hopkins to Buy DC Journalism Museum's Building

Johns Hopkins University is spending $372 million for a museum building on a prime stretch of real estate in the nation's capital. The Freedom Forum on Friday announced the sale of the Newseum
Ex-teacher Charged with Trying to Support Islamic State

Ex-teacher Charged with Trying to Support Islamic State

The Justice Department says a former substitute teacher from Texas who was captured in Syria has been charged with trying to support the Islamic State. Warren Christopher Clark appeared in federal
Bloomberg Says Trump, at This Point, 'Cannot Be Helped'

Bloomberg Says Trump, at This Point, 'Cannot Be Helped'

Potential Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg said Friday that Donald Trump's presidency "cannot be helped" and was "dangerous" for the country.The former New York City mayor also

The Perfect Set From ’75: A BMW 2002 & R75/6

If you’re local to California’s Bay Area, you might remember when a favorite spot for automotive events was on Alameda Island. With the beautiful San Francisco skyline looming in the background across
Anti-Maduro Coalition Reportedly Grew from Secret Talks

Anti-Maduro Coalition Reportedly Grew from Secret Talks

The coalition of Latin American governments that joined the U.S. in quickly recognizing Juan Guaido as Venezuela's interim president came together over weeks of secret diplomacy that included
US Taps Special Venezuela Envoy to Help 'Restore Democracy'

US Taps Special Venezuela Envoy to Help 'Restore Democracy'

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has appointed foreign policy veteran Elliott Abrams to be a special envoy overseeing U.S. policy on Venezuela, tasked with helping "restore democracy" to the South
AP Exclusive: Undercover Agents Target Cybersecurity Watchdog

AP Exclusive: Undercover Agents Target Cybersecurity Watchdog

The Associated Press has found that researchers who reported the role of Israeli spyware in the targeting of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi's inner circle are in turn being targeted by

Trump agrees to temporarily end shutdown, without border wall money

US President Donald Trump has yielded to pressure to end the longest government shutdown in US history, dropping his previous insistence on immediate funding to build a wall along the Mexican border.