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Analysis: Cohen Hearing Stokes Touchy Topic of Impeachment

Analysis: Cohen Hearing Stokes Touchy Topic of Impeachment

Michael Cohen's testimony is just the beginning.The House oversight hearing with President Donald Trump's former attorney, coming in advance of special counsel Robert Mueller's report, heralds what
Edward Nixon, Brother of President Richard Nixon, Dies at 88

Edward Nixon, Brother of President Richard Nixon, Dies at 88

Edward Nixon, the youngest brother of former President Richard Nixon who staunchly defended his sibling's White House legacy, died Wednesday. He was 88.The Richard Nixon Foundation announced that
Klobuchar Defends Her Record on Regulating Medical Devices

Klobuchar Defends Her Record on Regulating Medical Devices

In her more than two terms as a U.S. senator representing Minnesota, Amy Klobuchar has built a reputation as an effective champion for consumer safety, sponsoring bills that improve swimming pool
US Economy Grew at 2.6 Percent Rate in Fourth Quarter

US Economy Grew at 2.6 Percent Rate in Fourth Quarter

The U.S. economy slowed in the final three months of last year to an annual growth rate of 2.6 percent, the slowest pace since the beginning of 2018, as various factors including the government
California River Expected to Recede After Flooding 2,000 buildings

California River Expected to Recede After Flooding 2,000 buildings

Floodwaters that turned two Northern California communities into islands were expected to begin receding Thursday as a rain-engorged river finally peaked after swamping thousands of homes, businesses
Pompeo: US Worried Over Chinese Moves Threatening Navigation

Pompeo: US Worried Over Chinese Moves Threatening Navigation

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Thursday he would discuss U.S. concerns about Chinese actions that threaten freedom of navigation in the disputed South China Sea with Philippine officials
WTO Rules China Over-Subsidized Farmers

WTO Rules China Over-Subsidized Farmers

The United States won a World Trade Organization ruling Thursday that China subsidized its wheat and rice producers too much in recent years.The WTO in Geneva agreed with the U.S. position that
US Lawmakers Back Trump's No Deal Stance at Hanoi Summit

US Lawmakers Back Trump's No Deal Stance at Hanoi Summit

U.S. senators of both parties endorsed President Donald Trump’s decision to cut short a summit with North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un if no nuclear accord acceptable to the United States was on the
George HW Bush's Dog Starts New Job With Wounded Veterans

George HW Bush's Dog Starts New Job With Wounded Veterans

Lifting his thick paw to shake, former President George H.W. Bush's service dog took an oath to serve at Walter Reed National Medical Center on Wednesday, embarking on a new job helping disabled
House Takes Aim at Loose Gun-Sale Checks; Passes 2nd Bill

House Takes Aim at Loose Gun-Sale Checks; Passes 2nd Bill

The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday approved a second bill in as many days to toughen background checks for gun purchases, but both bills were likely to face opposition from the
US Sees Possible Easing of India-Pakistan Tensions

US Sees Possible Easing of India-Pakistan Tensions

U.S. President Donald Trump signaled there might be an easing of tensions between nuclear-armed South Asian rivals India and Pakistan after days of escalation that resulted in skirmishes between their
Huawei Units Plead Not Guilty to US Trade Secret Theft

Huawei Units Plead Not Guilty to US Trade Secret Theft

Huawei Device Co Ltd and Huawei Device USA Inc pleaded not guilty on Thursday in U.S. District Court in Seattle on fraud, trade secrets conspiracy and other charges, the Justice Department said.The

Senate Confirms Former Coal Lobbyist Andrew Wheeler To Lead EPA

The Senate voted Thursday to confirm Andrew Wheeler as administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, ratifying President Trump's choice of a former advocate for business interests to lead the
N. Korea Disputes Trump's Account of Talks Breakdown

N. Korea Disputes Trump's Account of Talks Breakdown

North Korea is disputing President Donald Trump's account of why the summit between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un collapsed, saying the North demanded only partial sanctions relief in
Trump's Ex-Lawyer Cohen Testifies Again, This Time Behind Closed Doors

Trump's Ex-Lawyer Cohen Testifies Again, This Time Behind Closed Doors

President Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen returned to Capitol Hill on Thursday to speak behind closed doors with a congressional panel investigating Russia's interference in the 2016 U.S.
Senate Confirms ex-Coal Lobbyist to Lead US Environment Regulator

Senate Confirms ex-Coal Lobbyist to Lead US Environment Regulator

The U.S. Senate on Thursday confirmed President Donald Trump’s candidate, a former coal lobbyist, to lead the nation’s top environmental regulator over the objections of conservation groups and
Uncertainty, If Not Crisis, Ahead for US, N.Korea

Uncertainty, If Not Crisis, Ahead for US, N.Korea

So what comes next? After President Donald Trump's long-awaited second summit with North Korea ended inconclusively, the adversaries enter a period of deep uncertainty, if not fresh crisis.Trump, who
UN Envoy Wants Action on Syria's Missing, New Constitution

UN Envoy Wants Action on Syria's Missing, New Constitution

The new U.N. special envoy for Syria said Thursday his goals in the period ahead are to achieve “concrete action” on detained and missing people and the convening of a committee to draft a new

US Companies Put Record Number of Robots To Work in 2018

U.S. companies installed more robots last year than ever before, as cheaper and more flexible machines put them within reach of businesses of all sizes and in more corners of the economy beyond their
US Agencies Vow Closer Scrutiny of China-Funded Cultural Institutes

US Agencies Vow Closer Scrutiny of China-Funded Cultural Institutes

U.S. agencies on Thursday promised stricter monitoring of China-funded Confucius Institutes, cultural centers at U.S. universities that have been criticized for serving as propaganda arms of the