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US Lawmakers Address Global Concerns Ahead of Trump Speech

US Lawmakers Address Global Concerns Ahead of Trump Speech

From Russia to Venezuela, U.S. lawmakers highlighted weighty global concerns and American foreign-policy challenges on the eve of President Donald Trump's State of the Union address to Congress.A top
Virginia Scandal Could Push Newcomer into Governor's Office

Virginia Scandal Could Push Newcomer into Governor's Office

Lingering doubts over Gov. Ralph Northam's political future after the publication of a racist yearbook photo could propel an African-American political newcomer into the governor's mansion. If Northam
State Department: US, S. Korea Agree 'In Principle' on Sharing Troop Cost

State Department: US, S. Korea Agree 'In Principle' on Sharing Troop Cost

The United States and South Korea have reached an agreement "in principle" on sharing the cost of stationing U.S. troops in the Asian country, the State Department said Monday."The United States and
Freedom House Says Democracy in US Has Weakened

Freedom House Says Democracy in US Has Weakened

Freedom House says that democracy in the United States has weakened significantly in recent years and blames U.S. President Donald Trump for “ongoing attacks on the rule of law, fact-based journalism,
Choir from Fire-Ravaged Community Sings of Hope

Choir from Fire-Ravaged Community Sings of Hope

Music is helping to heal students displaced by the fires that raged through Northern California in November. More than 100 students from five schools in the fire-ravaged region are sharing their
US Envoy to Hold Talks in North Korea on Wednesday

US Envoy to Hold Talks in North Korea on Wednesday

The U.S. special envoy for North Korea will meet with his North Korean counterpart on Wednesday in Pyongyang to prepare for a summit later this month between President Donald Trump and North Korean
US Trade Agency Sees Negotiating New WTO Rules to Rein in China as Futile

US Trade Agency Sees Negotiating New WTO Rules to Rein in China as Futile

Negotiating new World Trade Organization rules to try to rein in China's "mercantilist" trade practices would be largely a futile exercise, the Trump administration's trade office said on Monday,
Artist Imagines What Donald Trump Would Do If He Was Born In Russia

Artist Imagines What Donald Trump Would Do If He Was Born In Russia

An exhibition named “Trum Pum Pum” was held in Russian city of Ulyanovsk. It consisted of latest paintings of Vyacheslav...
Who Is Attending the State of the Union as an Official Guest?

Who Is Attending the State of the Union as an Official Guest?

Both the president and lawmakers invite guests to the State of the Union address, usually to make a statement on an issue they wish to highlight. Here are some notable officials and the guests they
Trump Has Solid US Economy for SOTU, but Threats Remain

Trump Has Solid US Economy for SOTU, but Threats Remain

President Donald Trump will enjoy the backdrop of a mostly solid economy as he delivers his second State of the Union address Tuesday night, though questions about its sustainability linger.Trump will
James Hiram Bedford: The First Person To Be Cryogenically Preserved

James Hiram Bedford: The First Person To Be Cryogenically Preserved

Will humans ever posses the technology to revive a dead person back to life? Dr. James Hiram Bedford certainly hopes so. He has been waiting for that day for the last fifty years frozen in a lab at
AP Source: Trump to Tap Critic of Agency to Lead World Bank

AP Source: Trump to Tap Critic of Agency to Lead World Bank

President Donald Trump plans to nominate David Malpass, a Trump administration critic of the World Bank, to lead the institution. That's according to a senior administration official who spoke on
Turkey's Erdogan Slams US Over Delays in Syria Buffer Zone

Turkey's Erdogan Slams US Over Delays in Syria Buffer Zone

Turkey's president has slammed the U.S. over delays in establishing a buffer zone in Syria, saying that if Washington won't contribute to the effort, Ankara will do it alone.Recep Tayyip Erdogan and
Ginsburg Makes First Public Appearance Since Cancer Surgery

Ginsburg Makes First Public Appearance Since Cancer Surgery

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg made her first public appearance since undergoing lung cancer surgery, attending a concert in her honor given by her daughter-in-law and other
Turmoil Over Governor Tests Democrats' Zero-Tolerance Policy

Turmoil Over Governor Tests Democrats' Zero-Tolerance Policy

The denunciations began within hours of the disclosure that Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam's medical school yearbook page featured a person in blackface standing next to a person in a Ku Klux Klan
Virginia Governor Clings to Office Amid Uncertainty, Furor

Virginia Governor Clings to Office Amid Uncertainty, Furor

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam clung to his office Tuesday amid intense political fallout over a racist photo in his 1984 medical school yearbook and uncertainty about the future of the state's
Huge Crowds Celebrate Patriots' 6th Super Bowl in Boston

Huge Crowds Celebrate Patriots' 6th Super Bowl in Boston

Tens of thousands of giddy fans are converging on Boston for a parade celebrating the New England Patriots' sixth Super Bowl title.The parade kicks off Tuesday morning at the Hynes Convention Center.
House Panel to Vote on Subpoena for Acting Attorney General

House Panel to Vote on Subpoena for Acting Attorney General

The head of the House Judiciary Committee says he will hold a vote Thursday to approve a subpoena for Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker just in case he doesn't show up for scheduled testimony a
US: No Evidence Foreign Meddling Impacted 2018 Election

US: No Evidence Foreign Meddling Impacted 2018 Election

Top U.S. officials said on Tuesday that foreign actors did not significantly influence the 2018 congressional elections, despite reports of hacking attempts leading up to the November election.The