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US Judge Dismisses Boys' Lawsuit Against Trump Climate Rollbacks

US Judge Dismisses Boys' Lawsuit Against Trump Climate Rollbacks

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by two Pennsylvania boys and an environmental group seeking to stop U.S. President Donald Trump from rolling back regulations addressing climate change, saying
In US, Pope's Summit on Sex Abuse Seen as Too Little, Too Late

In US, Pope's Summit on Sex Abuse Seen as Too Little, Too Late

In the study of his home outside Washington, former priest Tom Doyle searched a shelf packed with books to find the thick report that led him to walk away from the priesthood and become an advocate
US Hate Groups Hit Record Number Last Year Amid Increased Violence

US Hate Groups Hit Record Number Last Year Amid Increased Violence

The white supremacist group Identity Evropa more than doubled the number of its chapters.The violent neo-Nazi organization Atomwaffen Division grew from one chapter to 27.The white nationalist group
US Sanctions Indian National, Declaring Him a Drug Trafficker

US Sanctions Indian National, Declaring Him a Drug Trafficker

The Trump administration on Wednesday imposed sanctions on Indian national Jasmeet Hakimzada, declaring him a major foreign drug trafficker. Six other people and entities were also sanctioned,
Trump Administration Says US-Born Jihadist Can't Return

Trump Administration Says US-Born Jihadist Can't Return

The United States said Wednesday that it would refuse to take back a U.S.-born Islamic State propagandist who wants to return from Syria, arguing that she is no longer a citizen. The Trump
US Coast Guard Officer Held in Alleged Mass Murder Plot

US Coast Guard Officer Held in Alleged Mass Murder Plot

A U.S. Coast Guard officer who federal prosecutors allege stockpiled weapons to launch a spree of domestic terrorism and mass murder will appear in court Thursday.Police arrested Christopher Paul
Resumption of High-level US-China Trade Talks Raises Hopes

Resumption of High-level US-China Trade Talks Raises Hopes

The Trump administration is set Thursday to resume high-level talks with Chinese officials, aiming to ease a trade standoff that’s unnerved global investors and clouded the outlook for the world
Putin Vows to Target US If Washington Deploys Missiles in Europe

Putin Vows to Target US If Washington Deploys Missiles in Europe

Delivering his annual speech to Russian parliament Feb. 20, President Vladimir Putin promised an "asymmetric" response to the West and specifically to the United States, should Washington decide to
Armed Americans Arrested in Haiti Returned to US

Armed Americans Arrested in Haiti Returned to US

Five U.S. citizens who were among eight men detained over the weekend in Haiti with automatic weapons and other arms have returned to the United States.U.S. and Haitian officials say the men departed
Green Book Mapped Safe Route Through Era of Discrimination

Green Book Mapped Safe Route Through Era of Discrimination

Scenes from the Oscar-nominated film Green Book depict post-World War II America as a land of wide prosperity, big cars, nation-spanning highways, and easy travel. But this was the Jim Crow era,
Waterfall turns into firefall as sunset makes it look like glowing lava

Waterfall turns into firefall as sunset makes it look like glowing lava

Mesmerising pictures captured the incredible natural phenomenon at Yosemite National Park which few on Earth have been lucky enough to see.
American’s Detention Potentially Decisive Moment for Russia, Trade Groups Say

American’s Detention Potentially Decisive Moment for Russia, Trade Groups Say

Last week’s shocking detention of one of Russia’s most renowned and publicly visible American entrepreneurs not only caught fellow foreign investors off guard, it may have prompted a moment of
'Empire' Actor Goes from Victim to Accused Felon

'Empire' Actor Goes from Victim to Accused Felon

"Empire" actor Jussie Smollett turned himself in early Thursday to face accusations that he filed a false police report when he told authorities he was attacked in Chicago by two men who hurled racist
Trump-Kim Summit Seen Unlikely to Touch on Human Rights

Trump-Kim Summit Seen Unlikely to Touch on Human Rights

North Korea's human rights issues are likely to be sidelined at the upcoming second summit between Washington and Pyongyang, according to experts, but a top U.N. rights official hopes progress is made
House Democrats to Challenge Trump's Border Emergency Declaration

House Democrats to Challenge Trump's Border Emergency Declaration

Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives are preparing to introduce a resolution challenging President Donald Trump's declaration of a national emergency at the country's southern border.The
'Trump' and 'Kim' Go Head-to-Head at Hanoi Hair Salon

'Trump' and 'Kim' Go Head-to-Head at Hanoi Hair Salon

At Hanoi's Tuan Duong Hair Salon, it's all about the haircut homage.As Vietnam's capital city prepares to host the second summit between North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Un, and U.S. President Donald
US Park Ranger Furloughed During Shutdown Wins Lottery

US Park Ranger Furloughed During Shutdown Wins Lottery

A park ranger furloughed during the partial federal government shutdown has claimed a $29.5 million lottery jackpot.The New Jersey Lottery on Wednesday announced Judith Smith had purchased the winning
Ex-Trump Adviser to Appear in Court to Explain Instagram Post

Ex-Trump Adviser to Appear in Court to Explain Instagram Post

Roger Stone, a longtime adviser to U.S. President Donald Trump, is due to appear in court Thursday to consider whether his bail should be revoked after he posted a picture of the judge hearing the
Signs Point to China, US Deal to Avert Further Tariff Hike

Signs Point to China, US Deal to Avert Further Tariff Hike

As China and the United States resume high-level talks in Washington Thursday, there are signs that the two may be closing in on a deal.Reuters news agency is reporting that top trade officials from
New Election Ordered in Disputed North Carolina House Race

New Election Ordered in Disputed North Carolina House Race

North Carolina's elections board Thursday ordered a new election in the nation's last undecided congressional race after the Republican candidate conceded that his apparent victory was tainted by