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No 2020 White House Run for Senator Sherrod Brown

No 2020 White House Run for Senator Sherrod Brown

U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown said Thursday he will not run for president in 2020, becoming the latest Democrat to bow out of the White House race.His decision comes after recent visits to several
US Lawmakers Warn Maduro Loyalists in Venezuela

US Lawmakers Warn Maduro Loyalists in Venezuela

U.S. senators on Thursday delivered a message of hope and solidarity to the Venezuelan people and a sharp warning to those backing embattled leader Nicholas Maduro both inside the collapsing South
US Top Diplomat, First Lady Honor 'Women of Courage'

US Top Diplomat, First Lady Honor 'Women of Courage'

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and first lady Melania Trump have presented the State Department's International Women of Courage Awards, lauding women from Burma, Djibouti, Sri Lanka, and Peru
Cohen Sues Trump Organization for Unpaid Legal Fees

Cohen Sues Trump Organization for Unpaid Legal Fees

Michael Cohen, who for a decade was U.S. President Donald Trump's personal attorney and fixer, sued the Trump Organization on Thursday, claiming he is owed $3.8 million in legal fees and money he
What Impact Do Oil Sanctions Have on Venezuela?

What Impact Do Oil Sanctions Have on Venezuela?

Almost all of Venezuela's revenues come from the sale of oil, and the United States is the biggest importer of Venezuelan crude.But because of sanctions against the state oil company, PDVSA, the
US: Zimbabwe Failed to Make Needed Political, Economic Changes

US: Zimbabwe Failed to Make Needed Political, Economic Changes

The government of Zimbabwe under President Emmerson Mnangagwa has failed to bring about political and economic changes needed to improve the country's reputation, the State Department said

Amazon Closing All of Its 87 Pop-Up Stores As Its Retail Strategy Shifts

Amazon is closing all 87 of its U.S. pop-up kiosks, which let customers try and buy gadgets such as smart speakers and tablets in malls, Kohl's department stores and Whole Foods groceries. It's the
Russia Telecoms Giant MTS to Pay $850 Million in US Corruption Case

Russia Telecoms Giant MTS to Pay $850 Million in US Corruption Case

Russia's leading telecoms firm said Thursday it had agreed to pay $850 million to settle a U.S. corruption case over huge bribes paid to the family of Uzbekistan's former president.The case shed light
US Says It Erred in Telling Journalist She Was Finalist for Award

US Says It Erred in Telling Journalist She Was Finalist for Award

The U.S. State Department said Thursday that it had erred in notifying a Finnish journalist she was a finalist for an award recognizing courageous women, but it characterized as "speculation" a report
Trump, Czech Prime Minister Babis Have Much in Common

Trump, Czech Prime Minister Babis Have Much in Common

President Donald Trump and Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis now have another thing in common: They both like the same campaign slogan.Babis said Thursday at the White House that he similarly wants to
Will US Military Complete Planned Troop Cuts in Africa?

Will US Military Complete Planned Troop Cuts in Africa?

The commander of U.S. forces in Africa has cast doubt on whether the Pentagon will complete plans to cut forces in Africa by 10 percent as the Department of Defense announced late last year.In

Ex-Trump campaign chief Manafort jailed for tax and bank fraud

Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was sentenced Thursday to nearly four years in prison for tax and bank fraud related to his work advising Ukrainian politicians, much less than what was
Flood of Asylum-Seekers Sent From Texas to Arizona

Flood of Asylum-Seekers Sent From Texas to Arizona

A drastic increase in the number of families seeking asylum along the Texas-Mexico border has caused immigration agents to transport many of the people to Arizona, a newspaper says.The Arizona
Feds: Chinese Funding Illegal Pot Operations

Feds: Chinese Funding Illegal Pot Operations

Three men were arrested Thursday as part of an illegal marijuana-growing operation in Southern California that was funded with money from China, federal prosecutors said.More than 1,600 pot plants
Americans Turn Clocks Forward to Daylight Saving Time

Americans Turn Clocks Forward to Daylight Saving Time

Americans will set their clocks and watches forward by an hour Sunday for daylight saving time, a practice aimed at making the most of longer periods of light during spring and summer days.The
Longest Bull Market Looks to Keep Going

Longest Bull Market Looks to Keep Going

Wall Street has rewarded its most patient investors handsomely over the past 10 years. Is there more to come?The S&P 500, the U.S. market's benchmark index, has gained about 309 percent since
California Teens in Nazi Salute Listen to Holocaust Survivor

California Teens in Nazi Salute Listen to Holocaust Survivor

An Auschwitz survivor and stepsister of Holocaust diarist Anne Frank met Thursday with some of the California high school students who posed in social media photos giving Nazi salutes over a swastika
Secretary of State, First Lady Honor 10 Women of Courage Award Winners

Secretary of State, First Lady Honor 10 Women of Courage Award Winners

First Lady Melania Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Thursday paid tribute to 10 women from around the world with this year's International Women of Courage awards. Honoree Naw K'nyaw Paw of
As Trump Faces Investigation, Echoes of Watergate Grow Louder

As Trump Faces Investigation, Echoes of Watergate Grow Louder

The recent congressional testimony of President Donald Trump's longtime personal lawyer and fixer, Michael Cohen, transfixed Washington at a time when the president is under increasing scrutiny. To
In California, Winter Deluge Brings Desert Blooms

In California, Winter Deluge Brings Desert Blooms

The desert is blossoming with wildflowers in Southern California.For the second time in two years, an event known as a “superbloom” is occurring.A superbloom usually happens every 10 years or so, but