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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
Trump Faces Trouble on Many Fronts Ahead of Key Speech

Trump Faces Trouble on Many Fronts Ahead of Key Speech

U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday accepted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's invitation to deliver his State of the Union address in the House chamber on Feb. 5. The speech comes as Trump faces an
US intel Chief: Russia, China Biggest Espionage, Cyber Threats

US intel Chief: Russia, China Biggest Espionage, Cyber Threats

Russia and China pose the biggest espionage and cyber attack threats to the United States and are more aligned than they have been in decades, the leader of the U.S. intelligence community told U.S.
Spy Chief Contradicts Trump's Claims of Progress With North Korea

Spy Chief Contradicts Trump's Claims of Progress With North Korea

North Korea is unlikely to give up all of its nuclear weapons and has continued activity inconsistent with pledges to denuclearize, U.S. national intelligence chief Dan Coats said on Tuesday,
UNICEF Needs Nearly $4 Billion to Help 73 Million People

UNICEF Needs Nearly $4 Billion to Help 73 Million People

The U.N. Children’s Fund is launching its largest-ever appeal for $3.9 billion in life-saving assistance for 73 million people, including 41 million children affected by conflict, natural disasters
Defense Case at El Chapo Trial Clocks in at 30 Minutes

Defense Case at El Chapo Trial Clocks in at 30 Minutes

After a prosecution that spanned 11 weeks and had its share of bombshells, the defense case at the U.S. trial of Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman clocked in on Tuesday at a mere 30

US Judge Rejects Yahoo Data Breach Settlement

A U.S. judge rejected Yahoo's proposed settlement with millions of people whose email addresses and other personal information were stolen in the largest data breach in history, faulting the Internet
As Arctic Chill Hits US, Trump Again Casts Doubt on Climate Change

As Arctic Chill Hits US, Trump Again Casts Doubt on Climate Change

A Tuesday tweet from a U.S. government scientific agency seems relatively innocuous: “Winter storms do not prove global warming is not happening.”The message from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric
US Consumers Rattled by Shutdown, Roiling Markets

US Consumers Rattled by Shutdown, Roiling Markets

U.S. consumer confidence tumbled this month to its lowest reading in a year and a half, tested by the partial government shutdown and roiling financial markets. Still, consumer spirits remain robust
Acting US Defense Secretary Reveals New Space Force Details

Acting US Defense Secretary Reveals New Space Force Details

Acting U.S. Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan has recommended a new military service to handle space defense, dubbed the U.S. Space Force, will fall under the U.S. Air Force service
Utility Bankruptcy Could Be Costly to California Wildfire Victims

Utility Bankruptcy Could Be Costly to California Wildfire Victims

Faced with potentially ruinous lawsuits over California's recent wildfires, Pacific Gas & Electric Corp. filed for bankruptcy protection Tuesday in a move that could lead to higher bills for
Stacey Abrams to Give Democrats' Response to State of Union

Stacey Abrams to Give Democrats' Response to State of Union

Stacey Abrams, the rising political star who marshaled the power of black women voters but narrowly lost the Georgia governor's race, will deliver the Democratic response to President Donald Trump's
US Files More Charges in Pennsylvania Synagogue Massacre

US Files More Charges in Pennsylvania Synagogue Massacre

A Pennsylvania man was charged on Tuesday with 19 more federal hate crimes and firearms charges for the October massacre of 11 people at a Pittsburgh synagogue, the U.S. Justice Department said on
Hoyer: Democrats Do Not Plan to Consider DACA in US Border Fund Talks

Hoyer: Democrats Do Not Plan to Consider DACA in US Border Fund Talks

A top Democrat in the U.S. House of Representatives said on Tuesday he did not expect a pathway to citizenship for "Dreamer" immigrants to be on the table as lawmakers try to negotiate a compromise on
Senate Leader Wants US Troops to Stay in Syria, Afghanistan

Senate Leader Wants US Troops to Stay in Syria, Afghanistan

The Republican leader of the U.S. Senate offered legislation on Tuesday urging the United States to keep troops in Syria and Afghanistan, as President Donald Trump's administration moves toward
Pentagon Prepares to Send More Troops to US-Mexico Border

Pentagon Prepares to Send More Troops to US-Mexico Border

The Pentagon is preparing to send additional troops to the U.S.-Mexico border, even as some members of Congress question the appropriateness of deploying troops there.Acting Secretary of Defense
US Sends First Central American Asylum Seeker to Mexico Under New Policy

US Sends First Central American Asylum Seeker to Mexico Under New Policy

The United States sent the first Central American asylum seeker back to Mexico through a crossing at the border city of Tijuana on Tuesday as part of a hardened immigration policy, an official at
Trump Dismisses Tell-All Book as 'Made-Up Stories'

Trump Dismisses Tell-All Book as 'Made-Up Stories'

President Donald Trump is dismissing — and potentially bolstering sales — of a new tell-all book by a former White House aide, calling it "made-up stories and fiction."The book by Cliff Sims, called
US Intel Chiefs Warn Washington Risks Losing Friends, Influence

US Intel Chiefs Warn Washington Risks Losing Friends, Influence

U.S. intelligence chiefs are sounding alarms about an ever more perilous future for the United States, one in which the country is in danger of seeing its influence wane, its allies waiver and key
US Needs Assist from Allies to Curb China’s Theft of Advanced Technology

US Needs Assist from Allies to Curb China’s Theft of Advanced Technology

Senior U.S. officials and experts say the United States needs to rally allies to pressure China stealing advanced technology through cyber espionage. At the same time, key American lawmakers are