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US Jury to Start Deliberations in 'El Chapo' Drug Smuggling Case

US Jury to Start Deliberations in 'El Chapo' Drug Smuggling Case

After hearing nearly three months of testimony, a New York jury is set Monday to begin deliberations in the drug-smuggling case against infamous Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.The jurors
Insight - As Death Toll Keeps Rising, US Communities Start Rethinking Taser Use

Insight - As Death Toll Keeps Rising, US Communities Start Rethinking Taser Use

Warren Ragudo died after two Taser shocks by police intervening in a family altercation. Ramzi Saad died after a Taser shock by police during a dispute between Saad and his mother. Chinedu Okobi died
Senator Booker Announces Key Staff Hires in Early-Voting States

Senator Booker Announces Key Staff Hires in Early-Voting States

Days after the official launch of his presidential bid, U.S. Sen. Cory Booker announced key staff hires in several early voting states on Monday, naming veteran political operatives to head up his
Trump Campaign Takes Steps to Prevent a Challenge Within GOP

Trump Campaign Takes Steps to Prevent a Challenge Within GOP

Worried about a potential Republican primary challenge, President Donald Trump's campaign has launched a state-by-state effort to prevent an intraparty fight that could spill over into the
Lawsuit: Power Failure at Federal Jail a Humanitarian Crisis

Lawsuit: Power Failure at Federal Jail a Humanitarian Crisis

A lawsuit brought by lawyers for inmates at a federal detention center in New York City calls a power failure that occurred there a "humanitarian crisis."The lawsuit was filed Monday in Brooklyn
State of the Union Among Most Sensitive Security Challenges

State of the Union Among Most Sensitive Security Challenges

It's one of the most sensitive security challenges in America: The State of the Union address puts the president, his Cabinet, members of Congress, military leaders, top diplomats and Supreme Court
US Prepares to Start Building Portion of Texas Border Wall

US Prepares to Start Building Portion of Texas Border Wall

The U.S. government is preparing to begin construction of more border walls and fencing in South Texas' Rio Grande Valley, likely on federally owned land set aside as wildlife refuge property.Heavy
White House Defends Trump 'Executive Time'

White House Defends Trump 'Executive Time'

White House officials are expressing anger after an insider leaked months of President Donald Trump’s private schedules. The release of the information is a “disgraceful breach of trust,” according to

Instant Karma For Lane-Weaving Prius Driver

The Toyota driver's erratic behavior might have been caused by the fact that they were on the run. |
US D-Day Flag to Return Home 75 Years After Normandy Landing

US D-Day Flag to Return Home 75 Years After Normandy Landing

A rare D-Day flag that flew on a U.S. Navy ship leading the allied advance at the beaches of Normandy nearly 75 years ago will be returned to America after going on display in the Netherlands on
US Calls on Allies to Repatriate IS Prisoners from Syria

US Calls on Allies to Repatriate IS Prisoners from Syria

The U.S. State Department called on countries to take in and prosecute hundreds of foreign fighters captured by America's Kurdish allies in Syria as the United States withdraws troops from the

Highest Court In Indiana Set To Decide If You Can Be Forced To Unlock Your Phone

The Electronic Frontier Foundation argues that police should not be allowed to force you to turn over your passcode or unlock your device. "The Fifth Amendment states that no one can be forced to be
US, China Will Be Big Losers in Tit-for-Tat Trade Wars, UN Report Says

US, China Will Be Big Losers in Tit-for-Tat Trade Wars, UN Report Says

A new report from U.N. Conference on Trade and Development warns the U.S.-China trade wars will negatively impact international trade, with the two economic superpowers emerging among the biggest
Islamic State Resurgence Expected Within Months

Islamic State Resurgence Expected Within Months

Even as U.S.-backed forces close in on the very last pockets of the Islamic State's self-declared caliphate in Syria, the terror group is unfazed, instead preparing to declare victory and retake
Trump to Name Acting Head David Bernhardt as Interior Secretary

Trump to Name Acting Head David Bernhardt as Interior Secretary

President Donald Trump said on Monday he would nominate David Bernhardt, a former energy lobbyist, to be secretary of the interior, the department that oversees U.S. public lands.Bernhardt, currently
US Supreme Court Did Not Take Up DACA — Now What?

US Supreme Court Did Not Take Up DACA — Now What?

The Obama-era program that protects young immigrants from deportation and that President Donald Trump has tried to end is likely to remain in effect through most of this year. The U.S. Supreme Court
US Judge Reschedules Manafort Sentencing Hearing in Washington

US Judge Reschedules Manafort Sentencing Hearing in Washington

U.S. President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort will be sentenced on March 13 for attempted witness tampering and conspiring against the United States, according to a court filing
Tech Women in Silicon Valley Likely to Be Foreign-Born

Tech Women in Silicon Valley Likely to Be Foreign-Born

Pushpa Ithal may not fit the stereotype of the typical Silicon Valley CEO — she's female, foreign-born, and a mother.Nevertheless, Ithal is an entrepreneur, living the Silicon Valley dream of running
Judge Approves Massive Puerto Rico Debt Restructuring Deal

Judge Approves Massive Puerto Rico Debt Restructuring Deal

A federal bankruptcy judge approved a major debt restructuring plan for Puerto Rico on Monday in the first deal of its kind for the U.S. territory since the island's government declared nearly four
Choir from Fire-Ravaged California Community Sings of Hope

Choir from Fire-Ravaged California Community Sings of Hope

The town of Paradise, California was ravaged by a fire in November that killed more than 80 people and drove thousands from their homes. Now music is helping survivors with their recovery, as we hear