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Trump, Abe Express Hope for Successful U.S.-North Korean Summit

Trump, Abe Express Hope for Successful U.S.-North Korean Summit

U.S. President Donald Trump says the much anticipated U.S.-North Korean summit will only take place if it promises to be successful. He discussed denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula with visiting
Pompeo Takes Center Stage in US Foreign Policy After Trip to North Korea

Pompeo Takes Center Stage in US Foreign Policy After Trip to North Korea

CIA Director Mike Pompeo's secret trip to North Korea puts him back in the spotlight as a close, trusted emissary and confidante of President Donald Trump, and the man chosen to lead preparations for
Ex-Joint Chiefs Chairman: US-China 'Most Important Bilateral Relationship in This Century'

Ex-Joint Chiefs Chairman: US-China 'Most Important Bilateral Relationship in This Century'

From the anticipated U.S.-North Korea summit to concerns of a trade war with China and others, the United States faces several foreign policy challenges with a White House national security team in
As Raul Castro Steps Aside, a New Era for Cuba

As Raul Castro Steps Aside, a New Era for Cuba

For the first time in nearly 60 years, a Castro will not lead Cuba. This will happen after the country's National Assembly approves First Vice President Miguel Diaz-Canel to replace President Raul
Olympians, 13 Journalists Recognized by Advocates for Free Speech

Olympians, 13 Journalists Recognized by Advocates for Free Speech

Advocates of free speech recently honored about a dozen U.S. journalists who uncovered widespread sexual misconduct in politics, sports and movies, as well as a pair of Olympians who used their fame
Fears Grow as Malaria Resurges; London Summit Urges Global Action

Fears Grow as Malaria Resurges; London Summit Urges Global Action

After 16 years of steady decline, malaria cases are on the rise again globally, and experts warn that unless efforts to tackle the disease are stepped up, the gains could be lost. Henry Ridgwell
75-Year-Old Man Faces 5 Years, $10,000 Fine for Throwing Nails in the Road

75-Year-Old Man Faces 5 Years, $10,000 Fine for Throwing Nails in the Road

Throwing trash from your car to the road is never a good idea because it’s disgusting, but throwing nails in the road to punish speeding drivers? That’s a whole new level of lunacy. A 75-year-old man
California Governor: Deal Reached on National Guard, Border

California Governor: Deal Reached on National Guard, Border

California reached an agreement with the federal government that the state’s National Guard troops will deploy to the border to focus on fighting transnational gangs as well as drug and gun smugglers,
Fears Grow at Malaria's Resurgence; London Summit Urges Global Action

Fears Grow at Malaria's Resurgence; London Summit Urges Global Action

After 16 years of steady decline, malaria cases are on the rise again globally, and experts warn that unless efforts to tackle the disease are stepped up, the gains could be lost. Henry Ridgwell
Trump says will quit North Korea talks if not 'fruitful'

Trump says will quit North Korea talks if not 'fruitful'

President Donald Trump said Wednesday that although he's looking ahead optimistically to a historic summit meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un he could still pull out if he feels it's "not
Moon: N. Korea Wants Peninsula Without Nukes

Moon: N. Korea Wants Peninsula Without Nukes

North Korea has expressed its desire for “complete denuclearization” of the Korean Peninsula and is not seeking conditions such as U.S. troops withdrawing from the South first, South Korean President
Michael Phelps: 'A Big, Easy Step' to Save Water

Michael Phelps: 'A Big, Easy Step' to Save Water

Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian in history, is a multitasker.“In the morning when I do take a shower, I’m brushing my teeth in the shower,” said the now-retired athlete.As one of the
Pot Holiday Traces Roots to California High School Stoners

Pot Holiday Traces Roots to California High School Stoners

Friday is April 20, or 4/20. That’s the numerical code for marijuana’s high holiday, a celebration and homage to pot’s enduring and universal slang for smoking. Festivities are planned worldwide,
Michael Phelps Promotes Water Conservation for Earth Day

Michael Phelps Promotes Water Conservation for Earth Day

The most decorated Olympian of all time, swimmer Michael Phelps no longer competes, but he's never far from water. As Earth Day celebrations get underway, Phelps talks to VOA News about water
CIA Director Nominee to Face Confirmation Hearing in May

CIA Director Nominee to Face Confirmation Hearing in May

The confirmation hearing for President Donald Trump's pick to lead the Central Intelligence Agency will begin next month.The current deputy CIA director Gina Haspel will testify before the Senate
Black Man Arrested at Starbucks: Anger, Boycotts Not Solution

Black Man Arrested at Starbucks: Anger, Boycotts Not Solution

One of the two African American men whose arrests last week in a Starbucks coffee shop in Philadelphia sparked cries of modern-day racism, protests and calls for a nationwide boycott, says anger and
Russia Demands Compensation for US Tariffs on Aluminum, Steel

Russia Demands Compensation for US Tariffs on Aluminum, Steel

Russia demanded compensation from the U.S. for its worldwide tariffs on foreign aluminum and steel Thursday, becoming the third influential member of the World Trade Organization to do so.China, the
Unsold Aluminum Piling Up at Russian Sanctions-Hit Rusal Factory

Unsold Aluminum Piling Up at Russian Sanctions-Hit Rusal Factory

Russian aluminum giant Rusal is stockpiling large quantities of aluminum at one of its plants in Siberia because U.S. sanctions imposed this month have prevented it from selling the metal to
Pakistan Confirms New Restrictions on Its Diplomats in US

Pakistan Confirms New Restrictions on Its Diplomats in US

Pakistan says its diplomats working in the United States are facing additional restrictions on travel from the host government. “Regarding travel restrictions on Pakistani diplomats in Washington,
US-China Trade Row Threatens Global Confidence: IMF's Lagarde

US-China Trade Row Threatens Global Confidence: IMF's Lagarde

The biggest danger from the U.S.-China trade dispute is the threat to global confidence and investment, International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde said on Thursday.The IMF chief