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US' Mnuchin Expects Progress in 'Complicated' China Trade Talks

US' Mnuchin Expects Progress in 'Complicated' China Trade Talks

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Monday the United States expects significant progress this week in trade talks with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, but the two sides will be tackling
White House Wary of Another Shutdown But Firm on Wall

White House Wary of Another Shutdown But Firm on Wall

The White House says President Donald Trump wants to avert another partial U.S. government shutdown but remains committed to erecting new barriers along the U.S.-Mexico border, something most
'Catch-Up for Years' as Backlogged US Immigration Courts Open

'Catch-Up for Years' as Backlogged US Immigration Courts Open

The nation's immigration courts were severely backlogged even before the government shutdown. Now it could take years just to deal with the delays caused by the five-week impasse, attorneys say.With
US Lawmakers Set to Introduce 'First Strike' Bill

US Lawmakers Set to Introduce 'First Strike' Bill

U.S. lawmakers and nuclear arms control leaders are set to hold a news conference Tuesday to discuss limiting the power of U.S. presidents to launch a nuclear strike.Democratic Sen. Edward Markey of
'El Chapo' Says He Will Not Testify in His Own Defense

'El Chapo' Says He Will Not Testify in His Own Defense

Accused Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman said in court on Monday that he will not testify in his own defense at his U.S. trial.Guzman announced his decision after prosecutors rested their
US Drops in Global Anti-Corruption Index

US Drops in Global Anti-Corruption Index

A global anti-corruption watchdog says the United States has dropped four spots in its list of nations' anti-corruption efforts and is now no longer listed in the top 20 for the first time.Acting U.S.
US Announces Sanctions on Venezuela's State-Owned Oil Company

US Announces Sanctions on Venezuela's State-Owned Oil Company

The U.S. has imposed sanctions on Venezuela's state-owned oil company, PdVSA, in an increased effort to pressure Nicolás Maduro to relinquish power to Juan Guaidó, now recognized by the U.S. and a
Analysts See Many Obstacles to Peace in Afghanistan

Analysts See Many Obstacles to Peace in Afghanistan

U.S. and Taliban negotiators say they have agreed on a draft framework for a peace deal aimed at ending 17 years of U.S. involvement in Afghanistan's conflict. The framework was hammered during six
Henry Cotton: The Psychiatrist Who Tried to ‘Cure’ His Patients by Removing Their Teeth

Henry Cotton: The Psychiatrist Who Tried to ‘Cure’ His Patients by Removing Their Teeth

This illustration of a mutilated mouth is not the result of a road accident, but that of a doctor’s obsession with an utterly bizarre theory of insanity—a theory that left hundreds of his patients
The Whole Story Behind that 'We Build the Wall' GoFundMe

The Whole Story Behind that 'We Build the Wall' GoFundMe

In episode 45, Robert is joined by Katy Stoll and Cody Johnston to discuss the GoFundMe, 'We The People Will Build the Wall' campaign.

Speedhunting Is A Brotherly Tradition

We grew up deep in Baptist Christianity, as our father has been a pastor since as far back as either of us can remember. As we became men, we both found a new church – one that was more akin to the
There’s a Pretty Gnarly Pot hole in Los Angeles

There’s a Pretty Gnarly Pot hole in Los Angeles

Potholes are nasty. Potholes are mean. They get sadistic pleasure by making your beloved car go through them and inflicting damage in some cases. Potholes are generally created when the underlying
5 House Freshmen Get Seats on Panel Probing Trump White House

5 House Freshmen Get Seats on Panel Probing Trump White House

It's known as "the theater committee" for its high profile, high-drama role investigating President Donald Trump's White House. And now, five of the fieriest Democratic freshmen in the House are
Undocumented Salvadoran Living in Sanctuary Church Draws Renewed Attention to Sanctuary Movement

Undocumented Salvadoran Living in Sanctuary Church Draws Renewed Attention to Sanctuary Movement

Undocumented, Rosa Gutierrez Lopez had been ordered to leave the country by December 10th when she sought refuge at a Bethesda, Maryland church to avoid being deported back to El Salvador and leave
More Undocumented Immigrants Are Living in US Sanctuary Churches

More Undocumented Immigrants Are Living in US Sanctuary Churches

Rosa Gutierrez Lopez was frightened and desperate when immigration authorities told her to buy a plane ticket because she had to leave the U.S. by last December 10. The 40-year-old undocumented
America's First Muslims Were Slaves

America's First Muslims Were Slaves

In 1807, a wealthy 37-year-old scholar was captured in West Africa, in what is now Senegal, and transported to the United States to be sold into slavery.That man, Omar Ibn Said, lived the remainder of
Apple to Fix FaceTime Bug that Allows Eavesdropping

Apple to Fix FaceTime Bug that Allows Eavesdropping

Apple has made the group chat function in FaceTime unavailable after users said there was a bug that could allow callers to activate another user's microphone remotely. The bug was demonstrated
US Huawei phone spying: Here’s the incentive

US Huawei phone spying: Here’s the incentive

Huawei’s in a little bit of trouble right now with the United States justice department – today we’re looking at how this affects the everyday consumer. The devices that’ve been on the market over the
Following Huawei Indictment, China Accuses US of Suppressing Chinese Companies

Following Huawei Indictment, China Accuses US of Suppressing Chinese Companies

Chinese authorities and telecom giant Huawei have reacted swiftly to indictments U.S. federal prosecutors announced against the company and its chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou. Meng’s lawyer has
Trump Ally Stone Pleads Not Guilty to Russia Probe Charges

Trump Ally Stone Pleads Not Guilty to Russia Probe Charges

U.S. President Donald Trump's longtime ally Roger Stone was arraigned Tuesday in a federal court in Washington on seven charges linked to the release of damaging hacked emails about Trump's 2016