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UN Chief Appeals for Better Troops, Gear for Peacekeeping

UN Chief Appeals for Better Troops, Gear for Peacekeeping

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is urging the international community to step up its commitment to the organization's peacekeeping operations, particularly in improving its specialized

Mueller report to be released by mid-April

Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election is to be released by mid-April, Attorney General Bill Barr said Friday.
Two People Die at Grand Canyon This Week

Two People Die at Grand Canyon This Week

Two tourists have died at the Grand Canyon this week, including a Hong Kong man who slipped over a ledge while taking a picture. U.S. officials say the man, who was part of a tour group, fell at a
Bolton: Trump 'Eager' to Cut Deal With Post-EU Britain

Bolton: Trump 'Eager' to Cut Deal With Post-EU Britain

While Britain remains entangled in a promise to leave the European Union without a workable plan to do so, the White House says President Donald Trump is "eager to cut a bilateral trade deal with an
US Uses Obscure Agency to Target Chinese Foreign Investments

US Uses Obscure Agency to Target Chinese Foreign Investments

For decades, it was virtually unknown outside a small circle of investors, corporate lawyers and government officials. But in recent years, the small interagency body known as the Committee for
Chinese Students Say Their Visas Are Delayed

Chinese Students Say Their Visas Are Delayed

Chinese students who went home for winter break say their visas to return to the U.S. are being delayed.Students cited in the Chinese press say that at best, their coursework is lagging behind, and at
Trump Again Issues Permit to Speed Up Keystone XL Pipeline

Trump Again Issues Permit to Speed Up Keystone XL Pipeline

Moving defiantly to kick-start the long-stalled Keystone XL oil pipeline, President Donald Trump on Friday issued a new presidential permit for the project — two years after he first approved it and
Somali-American Lawmaker Ignites Controversy in Diverse Minneapolis

Somali-American Lawmaker Ignites Controversy in Diverse Minneapolis

U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar has a way of attracting attention.Four months ago, the Minnesota Democrat became the first Somali-American and one of the first two Muslim women to serve in Congress. Her election

Trump threatens to shut Mexico border

President Donald Trump threatened to close the U.S. border with Mexico next week, potentially disrupting millions of legal border crossings and billions of dollars in trade, if Mexico does not stop
Chinese-American Businesswoman Accused of Selling Access to Trump

Chinese-American Businesswoman Accused of Selling Access to Trump

Twenty years ago, Yang Li left northeast China in the prime of her life and crossed the Pacific Ocean borne by her own American dream.She became an American citizen, founded a spa and massage business
US Again Calls for China to Stop Crackdown on Uighurs, Religious Groups

US Again Calls for China to Stop Crackdown on Uighurs, Religious Groups

The United States is calling on China to stop what it calls its growing oppression of people of faith, noting the detention of a million ethnic Uighur Muslims. VOA's Diplomatic Correspondent Cindy
Similar Death Row Cases, Different Court Rulings

Similar Death Row Cases, Different Court Rulings

Death row inmates Patrick Murphy and Domineque Ray each turned to courts recently with a similar plea: Halt my execution if the state won’t let a spiritual adviser of my faith accompany me into the

Fully-Loaded 2020 Jeep Gladiator Launch Edition Costs $60,815

Based on the Rubicon trim and loaded with many extras, the Launch Edition is the most expensive Gladiator. |

2020 Jeep Gladiator Starts At $33,545, Arrives At Dealers This Summer

The 2020 Gladiator is the most expensive midsize truck, but very likely the most capable off-road too. |
Judge Scraps Trump Order on Oil Leasing in Arctic, Atlantic

Judge Scraps Trump Order on Oil Leasing in Arctic, Atlantic

A federal judge in Alaska has overturned U.S. President Donald Trump's attempt to open vast areas of the Arctic and Atlantic oceans to oil and gas leasing. The decision issued late Friday by U.S.
Number of Asylum Seekers Sent Back Over US Border to Grow

Number of Asylum Seekers Sent Back Over US Border to Grow

Border officials are aiming to more than quadruple the number of asylum seekers sent back over the southern border each day, a major expansion of a top government effort to address the swelling number
Neonatal Cuddlers Help Babies Get a Good Start

Neonatal Cuddlers Help Babies Get a Good Start

The environment in a neonatal intensive care unit can be overwhelming, as staff care for infants who are ill or were born premature. Many exhausted parents and loved ones can't be with their newborns
US, North Korean Officials Cross Paths in Beijing

US, North Korean Officials Cross Paths in Beijing

U.S. Special Representative for North Korea Stephen Biegun and North Korean official Ri Su Yong, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Supreme People’s Assembly, crossed paths in Beijing
New Exhibit Commemorates 50 Years of Gay Rights Movement

New Exhibit Commemorates 50 Years of Gay Rights Movement

The streets around The Stonewall Inn are quiet now.But 50 years ago in June 1969, this popular gay bar in New York’s Greenwich Village was the site of violent confrontation when an unprovoked police