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Native American Tribe to DHS: Keep your dumb border wall off our land

Native American Tribe to DHS: Keep your dumb border wall off our land

In 1853, the U.S. Government bought a 29,670 square mile chunk of dirt in a deal that, as history buffs will tell you, ended up being called the Gadsden Purchase. It was a dick move: purchasing the
America Remembers Barbara Bush

America Remembers Barbara Bush

Former U.S. first lady Barbara Bush has died at 92.A family statement said she died Tuesday evening with her family beside her.“My dear mother has passed on at age 92,” former President George W. Bush
Trump Confirms CIA Chief Met with Kim Jong Un

Trump Confirms CIA Chief Met with Kim Jong Un

U.S. President Donald Trump confirmed Wednesday his CIA Director Mike Pompeo held a secret meeting in Pyongyang with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un."Meeting went very smoothly and a good relationship
Trump Accuses Porn Star Stormy Daniels of Pulling 'Total Con Job'

Trump Accuses Porn Star Stormy Daniels of Pulling 'Total Con Job'

U.S. President Donald Trump attacked the credibility of adult film star Stormy Daniels Wednesday, saying a composite sketch of the man who allegedly threatened her to keep quiet about her alleged
Germany's Merkel Sets Trip to Visit Trump for April 27

Germany's Merkel Sets Trip to Visit Trump for April 27

The German government says Chancellor Angela Merkel will travel to Washington on April 27 to meet President Donald Trump.Government spokeswoman Ulrike Demmer said Wednesday the leaders will discuss
High School Students Learn What is Real or Fake News

High School Students Learn What is Real or Fake News

The term 'fake news' is heard a lot these days, especially from President Trump, other politicians, journalists and also posted on social media platforms like Twitter. Some high school students in the
US High School Students Learn How to Spot Fake News

US High School Students Learn How to Spot Fake News

At Wakefield High School in Arlington, Virginia, outside Washington, some high school seniors are bent over their laptops, engaged in a digital course called Checkology that helps them figure out what
US Election Calendar Could Factor into N. Korea Talks

US Election Calendar Could Factor into N. Korea Talks

The U.S. election calendar could be a key factor in determining the scope and timing of a potential deal to end the North Korean nuclear program.Planning is progressing for both the upcoming summit
ZTE sanction: a slippery slope for the global mobile market

ZTE sanction: a slippery slope for the global mobile market

Huawei is probably thanking its lucky stars that it got off easy. The US government might be working to block sales and use of its products in the country, but it remains unhindered in making such
ZTE sanction: a slippery slope for the global mobile market

ZTE sanction: a slippery slope for the global mobile market

Huawei is probably thanking its lucky stars that it got off easy. The US government might be working to block sales and use of its products in the country, but it remains unhindered in making such
Trump Reverses Self on Why He Fired FBI Chief

Trump Reverses Self on Why He Fired FBI Chief

U.S. President Donald Trump claimed Wednesday that he did not fire former FBI chief James Comey last year because he was heading the agency's probe of Russian links to his 2016 election campaign, a
US VIPs Pay Tribute to Barbara Bush

US VIPs Pay Tribute to Barbara Bush

Top U.S. political figures are paying tribute to former U.S. first lady Barbara Bush as a woman who was devoted to her family, her country and the public good.President Donald Trump praised Bush, who
In Photos: Barbara Bush

In Photos: Barbara Bush

Former US First Lady Barbara Bush died April 17 at the age of 92. A family statement says she died in the evening with her family beside her. These photos are a few of the highlights of her life.
US and Russia Want to Avoid Syrian Escalation, But Are They in Control?

US and Russia Want to Avoid Syrian Escalation, But Are They in Control?

The U.S. and its Western allies avoided triggering a wider war in Syria last Saturday when they retaliated with precision missile strikes against President Bashar al-Assad for an alleged chemical
Zuckerberg Under Pressure to Face EU Lawmakers Over Data Scandal

Zuckerberg Under Pressure to Face EU Lawmakers Over Data Scandal

Facebook Inc’s Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg came under pressure from EU lawmakers on Wednesday to come to Europe and shed light on the data breach involving Cambridge Analytica that affected nearly
Islamabad Court Considers Barring US Diplomat from Leaving Pakistan

Islamabad Court Considers Barring US Diplomat from Leaving Pakistan

A court in Pakistan has criticized authorities for not placing foreign travel restrictions on a U.S. diplomat who is under investigation for his involvement in a fatal traffic accident nearly two
More Senate Democrats Oppose Pompeo for Secretary of State

More Senate Democrats Oppose Pompeo for Secretary of State

More Senate Democrats have announced they oppose President Donald Trump's nominee for secretary of state, CIA Director Mike Pompeo, making it all but certain he will not have the Foreign Relations
US Manufacturers Seek Relief From Steel, Aluminum Tariffs

US Manufacturers Seek Relief From Steel, Aluminum Tariffs

President Donald Trump's tariffs on imported aluminum and steel are disrupting business for hundreds of American companies that buy those metals, and many are pressing for relief.Nearly 2,200
Excavator Blamed for Puerto Rican Blackout

Excavator Blamed for Puerto Rican Blackout

An islandwide blackout hit Puerto Rico on Wednesday as the U.S. territory struggles to repair an increasingly unstable power grid nearly seven months after Hurricane Maria. Officials said an excavator
US Congress Asks White House for Larger Syria Plan

US Congress Asks White House for Larger Syria Plan

The Trump administration’s recent airstrikes in Syria – just the latest action in a long-running conflict that has challenged U.S. presidents of both parties – has prompted a new round of questions on