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Border Agents Train in Virtual Ports of Entry

Border Agents Train in Virtual Ports of Entry

In his proposed 2020 budget, U.S. President Donald Trump asked Congress for $8.6 billion more for the construction of a border wall. With that in mind, Vice President Mike Pence visited an advanced
Pompeo Blasts Senate Vote to End US Support for Yemen War

Pompeo Blasts Senate Vote to End US Support for Yemen War

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is criticizing a U.S. Senate vote to end American military support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen. The years-long conflict has left thousands of civilians dead and
American Muslim Feeds the Needy in his DC Restaurant

American Muslim Feeds the Needy in his DC Restaurant

When Pakistani immigrant Kazi Mannan came to the U.S. in 1996 as an impoverished young adult, he could only dream about success. He worked long hours in a series of tough jobs, saved money and learned
US Reacts to New Zealand Mosque Shootings

US Reacts to New Zealand Mosque Shootings

Following the deadly shootings at two New Zealand mosques, U.S. President Donald Trump offered condolences but denied that white nationalism is a rising threat. The attacks are renewing debate in the
Lawyer: US Navy Veteran Held in Iran Sentenced to 10 Years

Lawyer: US Navy Veteran Held in Iran Sentenced to 10 Years

A Washington-based lawyer says a U.S. Navy veteran held in Iran, the first American known to be detained since President Donald Trump took office, has been sentenced to 10 years in prison. Mark Zaid

Toyota Invests $750 Million In U.S. Plants To Build RAV4, Lexus ES Hybrids

600 new jobs will be created and Toyota's total U.S. manufacturing investment will reach $13 billion by 2021. |

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Says Labor Shouldn't Have To Fear Automation

Munky101 tipped us off to some interesting comments from New York's activist congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. TechCrunch reports: It's impossible to discuss the seismic shift toward automation
Man in Custody in Slaying of Reputed NY Mob Boss

Man in Custody in Slaying of Reputed NY Mob Boss

Police have a 24-year-old suspect in custody in the slaying of reputed Mafia boss Francesco "Franky Boy" Cali in New York City, authorities said Saturday. Cali, 53, who was shot to death Wednesday
Iran's Oil Minister Blames US for Market Tensions

Iran's Oil Minister Blames US for Market Tensions

Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh said on Saturday that frequent U.S. comments about oil prices had created market tensions, the ministry's news website SHANA reported. U.S. President Donald Trump,
Brazil Reportedly Weighing Import Quota for US Wheat

Brazil Reportedly Weighing Import Quota for US Wheat

Brazil is considering granting an import quota of 750,000 metric tons of U.S. wheat per year without tariffs in exchange for other trade concessions, according to a Brazilian official with knowledge
Irish Pride, Dash of Politics, at St Patrick's Parade

Irish Pride, Dash of Politics, at St Patrick's Parade

A new, troublesome topic hovered over the St. Patrick's Day parade in New York this year: Britain's failed Brexit deal with the European Union that could squeeze Ireland's economy. But nothing could
Floodwaters Breach Midwest Levees, Force Rescues, Evacuations

Floodwaters Breach Midwest Levees, Force Rescues, Evacuations

Authorities were using boats and large vehicles Saturday to rescue and evacuate residents in parts of the Midwest where a recent deluge of rainwater and snowmelt was sent pouring over frozen ground,
How America Preserves Forest Lands, One Seedling at a Time

How America Preserves Forest Lands, One Seedling at a Time

Every year about 1.5 million tree seedlings come to life at a state-of-the-art nursery in Nebraska. It's called the Charles E. Bessey Nursery and it's the oldest tree seedling nursery run by the U.S.
Low-Level Flooding Dampening Tourists' Enthusiasm

Low-Level Flooding Dampening Tourists' Enthusiasm

As climate change heats up, we can expect more extreme weather events, more hurricanes and droughts over time. But small flooding events will also become more common, and while not catastrophic,
Homeless in Seattle Operate Their Own Tent Cities

Homeless in Seattle Operate Their Own Tent Cities

Despite decades of effort to fight homelessness in the United States, many people still sleep on the streets or in public shelters. As Tim Exton reports from Seattle, some homeless people are taking
New Test Can Identify Dangerous Condition in Pregnancy

New Test Can Identify Dangerous Condition in Pregnancy

A new test can quickly identify a common and dangerous condition during pregnancy and help keep mothers and babies healthy and safe. VOA's Carol Pearson has more.
Preeclampsia Test Can Identify Dangerous Condition Quickly, at Home

Preeclampsia Test Can Identify Dangerous Condition Quickly, at Home

A new test can quickly identify preeclampsia, a common and dangerous condition during pregnancy and help keep mothers and babies healthy and safe.When Jessi Prizinsky was pregnant with her first
Gillibrand Launches Bid For 2020 Presidential Race

Gillibrand Launches Bid For 2020 Presidential Race

U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York has launched her campaign to win the Democratic Party nomination to oppose President Donald Trump in the 2020 election.She formally launched her bid Sunday
Facebook Still Working to Remove All Videos of New Zealand Terrorist Attack

Facebook Still Working to Remove All Videos of New Zealand Terrorist Attack

Facebook is continuing to work to remove all video of the mass shooting in New Zealand which the perpetrator livestreamed Friday, the company said Sunday."We will continue working directly with New

Seven In 10 Americans Afraid To Ride In Fully-Autonomous Cars

Only one in five Americans would feel comfortable with their loved ones using a self-driving car. |