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US Aviation Agency to Overhaul Oversight After Boeing Crashes

US Aviation Agency to Overhaul Oversight After Boeing Crashes

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will significantly change its oversight approach to air safety by July, a U.S. transport department official said on Tuesday, following two fatal Boeing MAX
Biden Rips 'White Man's Culture,' Regrets Anita Hill Hearing

Biden Rips 'White Man's Culture,' Regrets Anita Hill Hearing

Former Vice President Joe Biden condemned "a white man's culture" Tuesday night as he lashed out against violence against women and, more specifically, lamented his role in the Supreme Court
Unvaccinated Children Face Public Space Ban in New York Measles Outbreak

Unvaccinated Children Face Public Space Ban in New York Measles Outbreak

A New York suburb has banned children not vaccinated against measles from public spaces, such as schools and shopping malls, as it fights the state's worst outbreak in decades of the potentially
US Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Boost Taiwan Ties, Amid China Tensions

US Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Boost Taiwan Ties, Amid China Tensions

Republican and Democratic U.S. lawmakers introduced legislation seeking to boost Washington's relations with Taiwan and raise the island's international profile on Tuesday, which could heighten
Maker of OxyContin Agrees to $270M Settlement in Oklahoma

Maker of OxyContin Agrees to $270M Settlement in Oklahoma

The maker of OxyContin and the company's controlling family agreed Tuesday to pay a groundbreaking $270 million to Oklahoma to settle allegations they helped create the nation's deadly opioid crisis
WLW: The 500 Kilowatt Super Station

WLW: The 500 Kilowatt Super Station

On most nights, during the 1930s, the airwaves over North America were dominated by a single radio station called WLW. Transmitting at a power of half million watts, it was the most powerful,
Who’s Behind the Quick Rise in US-Taiwan Relations

Who’s Behind the Quick Rise in US-Taiwan Relations

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen is scheduled to discuss her government’s foreign relations by video on a panel formed by the Heritage Foundation, a Washington-based think tank. Diplomatic agreements
North Korea Spanish Embassy Raid Mystery Deepens

North Korea Spanish Embassy Raid Mystery Deepens

Spain is seeking the extradition of as many as 10 people from the United States who burst into the North Korean embassy in Madrid last month and tried to pass stolen information to the FBI.A Spanish
Republicans, Democrats Back to Battle Over US Health Care Law

Republicans, Democrats Back to Battle Over US Health Care Law

Health care has re-emerged as a major focus of U.S. political parties with the Trump administration advocating striking down the entire Affordable Care Act and Democrats introducing legislation to
Unusual Partners Make Afghan Music

Unusual Partners Make Afghan Music

An Eastern man and a Western woman make up one of the most unusual musical groups in Washington, D.C. Masood Omari and Abigail Adams Greenway both play tabla, an Eastern percussion instrument, every
Trump to Present Medal of Honor to Family of Iraq War Hero

Trump to Present Medal of Honor to Family of Iraq War Hero

An Army staff sergeant who saved three soldiers from the blast of an Iraqi suicide bomber by turning himself into a human shield will be memorialized when President Donald Trump presents the service
Trump Assembling an Army of Operatives for re-Election Fight

Trump Assembling an Army of Operatives for re-Election Fight

In 2016, President Donald Trump compared Hillary Clinton’s campaign to the lumbering federal bureaucracy. Now he’s building one of his own.From an office tower across the Potomac River from
Native Americans Shift Stereotypes, Boost Economies, Through Tourism

Native Americans Shift Stereotypes, Boost Economies, Through Tourism

Summer is fast approaching, and with it comes millions of vacationers from at home and abroad. Travel experts cite growing interest in Native American tourism, “authentic” cultural exchanges with
Trump: Russian Military Must 'Get Out' of Venezuela

Trump: Russian Military Must 'Get Out' of Venezuela

U.S. President Donald Trump says Russia "has to get out" of Venezuela, following the recent arrival of Russian military personnel in the country.Trump spoke to reporters at the White House alongside
Lawmakers Hammer Trump's Proposed State Department Cuts

Lawmakers Hammer Trump's Proposed State Department Cuts

Top lawmakers are blasting the Trump administration's proposal to slash funding for the State Department and the U.S. Agency for International Development. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo testified
Time Running Out for Salvaging INF Treaty

Time Running Out for Salvaging INF Treaty

A senior U.S. official warns that prospects for salvaging the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty are dimming as Russia continues to violate the accord."We are doing nothing but
Mired in Business Feuds, Avenatti Now Faces Fraud Charges

Mired in Business Feuds, Avenatti Now Faces Fraud Charges

Even before federal prosecutors unsealed charges against Michael Avenatti, the lawyer best known for representing porn actress Stormy Daniels in legal battles against President Donald Trump was facing
Trump Calls on Russia to 'Get Out' of Venezuela

Trump Calls on Russia to 'Get Out' of Venezuela

U.S. President Donald Trump says Russia "has to get out" of Venezuela, following the recent arrival of Russian military personnel in the country. Trump made the comments as he spoke to reporters
Chinese Firm, Told US Security at Risk, Seeks to Sell Grindr Dating App

Chinese Firm, Told US Security at Risk, Seeks to Sell Grindr Dating App

Chinese gaming company Beijing Kunlun Tech Co Ltd is seeking to sell Grindr LLC, the popular gay dating app it has owned since 2016, after a U.S. government national security panel raised concerns
Arrivals at US Southern Border 'Overwhelming the System'

Arrivals at US Southern Border 'Overwhelming the System'

The number of families detained crossing the southern U.S. border without documentation continues to climb this month, according to new data released by the U.S. border agency.U.S. Customs and Border