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US Vows to Remain 'Relentless' to Deter Iran Missile Program

US Vows to Remain 'Relentless' to Deter Iran Missile Program

The United States on Thursday vowed to remain "relentless" in pressuring Iran to deter its missile program after the Islamic Republic unveiled a new ballistic weapon days after testing a cruise
Talks ‘Productive’; US, N. Korean Negotiators to Meet Again Before Summit

Talks ‘Productive’; US, N. Korean Negotiators to Meet Again Before Summit

The top U.S. envoy for North Korea returned from three days of talks in Pyongyang and will meet again with his North Korean counterpart before the second summit between President Donald Trump and

Dodge Charger Races Challenger On Public Road, What Could Go Wrong?

The answer is 'a lot', and the video shows why street racing is always a bad idea. |
US Negotiator: Afghan Peace Possible Before July Elections

US Negotiator: Afghan Peace Possible Before July Elections

The top U.S. negotiator in peace talks with Afghanistan’s Taliban leaders says he hopes a peace agreement can be achieved before Afghanistan’s next set of elections just five months away.Zalmay
White House Throws Bipartisan Camp David Retreat

White House Throws Bipartisan Camp David Retreat

Can the presidential retreat that produced the landmark Camp David Mideast peace accord do anything to help bridge the divides in polarized Washington? White House Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney
Khalilzad: Chance for Peace in Afghanistan Before July Elections

Khalilzad: Chance for Peace in Afghanistan Before July Elections

Hopes for a peace plan in Afghanistan have been waning in recent weeks after top U.S. officials walked back reports the outlines for an agreement were in place. Still, U.S. officials and the Taliban
East Meets West as Gamelan Ensembles Join Western Orchestra

East Meets West as Gamelan Ensembles Join Western Orchestra

Cultural Fusion, a blend of international styles and tastes, seems to be everywhere, from trendy restaurant menus to fashion runways to hit movies. Rendy Wicaksana of VOA's Indonesia Service reports
Head of US Southern Command on Russia in Venezuela: ‘Anything’s Possible'

Head of US Southern Command on Russia in Venezuela: ‘Anything’s Possible'

Navy Admiral Craig Faller, speaking exclusively in his first in-depth interview since taking command of the U.S. Southern Command, told VOA that Russia was acting like a "wounded, declining bear
Head of Southern Command on Russia in Venezuela: ‘Anything’s Possible’

Head of Southern Command on Russia in Venezuela: ‘Anything’s Possible’

The United States should not rule out Russian military involvement in Venezuela, according to the new head of U.S. Southern Command.Speaking exclusively in his first in-depth interview since taking
GPS Map Composed Of 68,000 Pinpoints Tracks The Territorial Nature Of Minnesota Wolves

GPS Map Composed Of 68,000 Pinpoints Tracks The Territorial Nature Of Minnesota Wolves

The Voyageurs Wolf Project is a collaboration between the University of Minnesota and Voyageurs National Park which tracks and studies...
Leader of New Climate Panel Talks of Need for ‘Bold Action’

Leader of New Climate Panel Talks of Need for ‘Bold Action’

It does not yet have office space, staff or even Republican members, but Florida Rep. Kathy Castor is confident that a special House committee on climate change will play a leading role on one of the
Likely Deal Would Give Trump Fraction of Desired Wall Money

Likely Deal Would Give Trump Fraction of Desired Wall Money

Congressional bargainers are working toward a border security deal amid indications that the White House is preparing to accept a bipartisan agreement that would give President Donald Trump a fraction
Trump’s Year 3 Aims for Dramatic Sequels to Rival Originals

Trump’s Year 3 Aims for Dramatic Sequels to Rival Originals

As President Donald Trump prepares to meet North Korea’s Kim Jong Un for a second time, he’s out to replicate the suspenseful buildup, make-or-break stakes and far-flung rendezvous of their first
Top US University Suspends New Research Projects with Chinese Telecom Giant Huawei

Top US University Suspends New Research Projects with Chinese Telecom Giant Huawei

One of the world's top research universities, the U.S.-based University of California, Berkeley, has stopped new research projects with Huawei Technologies, a Chinese telecommunications giant.The
Edward Zigler, 'Father of Head Start,' Dies in Connecticut

Edward Zigler, 'Father of Head Start,' Dies in Connecticut

Edward Zigler, a Yale University professor who helped create the Head Start program for disadvantaged preschoolers in the 1960s, has died at his Connecticut home. He was 88 years old.The university
US-backed Fighters Launch Final Push to Defeat IS in Syria

US-backed Fighters Launch Final Push to Defeat IS in Syria

U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces said Saturday that they had begun an assault against Islamic State to clear the last enclave the militant group controls in eastern Syria. Mustafa Bali, an SDF
Top Commander on Russia in Venezuela: ‘Anything’s Possible’

Top Commander on Russia in Venezuela: ‘Anything’s Possible’

The United States should not rule out Russian military involvement in Venezuela, according to the new head of U.S. Southern Command. Speaking exclusively in his first in-depth interview since taking
Warren Makes Presidential Bid Official With Call for Change

Warren Makes Presidential Bid Official With Call for Change

Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren made her bid for the presidency official on Saturday in this working-class city, grounding her 2020 campaign in a populist call to fight economic inequality and build
Gun-seizure Laws More Popular Since Parkland Shooting

Gun-seizure Laws More Popular Since Parkland Shooting

In the year since the deadly mass shooting at a Florida high school, a number of states have passed laws making it easier to take guns away from people who may be suicidal or bent on violence against
US Ambassador: Arrests of Canadians in China Unacceptable

US Ambassador: Arrests of Canadians in China Unacceptable

The U.S. ambassador to Canada said Saturday that her country was "deeply concerned" about China's "unlawful" detention of two Canadians. Ambassador Kelly Craft said in a statement to The Associated