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Oink, Moo and Brrr: Polar Vortex Strikes US Farm Belt

Oink, Moo and Brrr: Polar Vortex Strikes US Farm Belt

Farmers from North Dakota to Iowa buckled down for some of the coldest weather in a generation on Wednesday, throwing extra rations to pigs or building igloos for chickens before hunkering down for a
Chinese Firm Shifts US Investment Away From Manufacturing

Chinese Firm Shifts US Investment Away From Manufacturing

China's largest employer said Wednesday it is shifting away from construction of a mammoth electronics factory in the U.S., a facility that President Donald Trump once heralded as the rebirth of
'Life-Threatening' Temperatures Shock Even Routinely Cold US Cities

'Life-Threatening' Temperatures Shock Even Routinely Cold US Cities

Millions of Americans are experiencing temperatures so cold that a burst of wind could cause frostbite within minutes — conditions that have caused the suspension of regional train service, work and
Parents jailed after leaving girl, 2, to freeze to death on porch

Parents jailed after leaving girl, 2, to freeze to death on porch

The cause of her death was severe hypothermia.

Colder than Antarctica: deadly polar vortex slams US

A brutal cold wave brought temperatures lower than Antarctica to the American Midwest on Wednesday, grounding flights, closing schools and businesses and raising hypothermia fears for homeless
US Says 'Avalanche of Evidence' Will Convict Drug Kingpin El Chapo

US Says 'Avalanche of Evidence' Will Convict Drug Kingpin El Chapo

Federal prosecutors in New York say there is an "avalanche of evidence" to convict alleged Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.Guzman is on trial for 10 charges ranging from drug
US Lawmakers Urge Pentagon to Revise Climate Change Report

US Lawmakers Urge Pentagon to Revise Climate Change Report

Three Democratic U.S. lawmakers, including the House armed services committee chairman, on Wednesday urged the Pentagon to revise a report on climate change, saying it omitted required items such as a
Three US States Win Settlement for Oil Spills

Three US States Win Settlement for Oil Spills

U.S.-based Sunoco Pipelines has agreed to pay hefty fines and make procedural changes after it was found in violation of state and federal environmental laws in connection to oil spills in three

Foxconn Is Reconsidering Plan For Wisconsin Factory

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The New York Times: Foxconn, the giant Taiwan-based company that announced plans for a $10 billion display-making factory in Wisconsin, now says it is
Youngest Manson Family Member Again Recommended for Parole

Youngest Manson Family Member Again Recommended for Parole

The California parole board recommended Wednesday that Leslie Van Houten, the youngest of Charles Manson’s murderous “family” of followers, be released early from the life prison term she is serving
Trump Organization to Use E-Verify for Worker Status Checks

Trump Organization to Use E-Verify for Worker Status Checks

The Trump Organization, responding to claims that some of its workers were in the U.S. illegally, said on Wednesday that it will use the E-Verify electronic system at all of its properties to check
Extreme Cold Causes Misery Across US

Extreme Cold Causes Misery Across US

Hundreds of millions of Americans spent Wednesday seeking relief from some of the coldest weather ever recorded in the continental United States. Officials said temperatures were below the freezing
Lawmakers Attempt to Rein in President’s Tariff Power

Lawmakers Attempt to Rein in President’s Tariff Power

U.S. lawmakers on Wednesday introduced legislation to limit the president’s power to levy import tariffs for national security reasons. The bills face an uncertain future but underscore bipartisan
Protesters Rush Chinese Delegation Before US Trade Talks

Protesters Rush Chinese Delegation Before US Trade Talks

Protesters took to the streets in Washington D.C. Wednesday against Chinese President Xi Jinping's government as officials prepared to begin a new round of trade talks with the U.S.Several protesters
Senator to Question FBI in Arrest of Trump Ally

Senator to Question FBI in Arrest of Trump Ally

The Republican chairman of the U.S. Senate judiciary panel Wednesday requested a briefing from the FBI on the arrest of Roger Stone, a longtime associate of President Donald Trump, in an inquiry into
Trump Says He will Let Justice Department Decide Handling of Mueller Report

Trump Says He will Let Justice Department Decide Handling of Mueller Report

President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he would let the Justice Department decide how to handle the special counsel's report on an investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election and
Polar Vortex Sends Frigid Air Through North America

Polar Vortex Sends Frigid Air Through North America

A large part of the United States is in the grip of extremely cold weather. Some places in the Midwest are experiencing record-low temperatures that have forced suspension of some basic services and
US, Russia Nuclear Treaty Talks Fail

US, Russia Nuclear Treaty Talks Fail

Russia and the United States failed to bridge their differences over a landmark Cold War-era arms treaty at last-ditch talks in Beijing, Russia’s deputy foreign minister was quoted as saying by
Venezuela's Guaido Calls for International Community Support

Venezuela's Guaido Calls for International Community Support

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido is calling on the international community to back his efforts to force embattled President Nicolas Maduro from power and restore democracy to the South
Shutdown Continues to Cast Shadow Over US Politics

Shutdown Continues to Cast Shadow Over US Politics

High-stakes political negotiations began Wednesday in Washington that could determine whether the U.S. government will be plunged into another partial shutdown come the middle of February.A bipartisan