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US Senators Propose More Aid, International Sanctions for Venezuela

US Senators Propose More Aid, International Sanctions for Venezuela

Keeping up pressure for political change in Venezuela, 15 U.S. senators introduced sweeping bipartisan legislation Wednesday to provide $400 million in new aid, internationalize sanctions and ease
US-China Trade Talks Progressing, White House Says

US-China Trade Talks Progressing, White House Says

White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said Wednesday that U.S. trade talks with China are continuing to progress as negotiations between the world's two biggest economies resume in Washington this
Closure Threat Hurts Truckers, Stores on US-Mexico Border

Closure Threat Hurts Truckers, Stores on US-Mexico Border

Trucks inched through traffic Wednesday and some stores reported fewer customers in U.S.-Mexico border towns as staffing shortages tied to a surge in asylum seekers slowed checkpoints and threats of a
Pence Tears Into Germany, Turkey on NATO Anniversary

Pence Tears Into Germany, Turkey on NATO Anniversary

Tensions soared Wednesday between the United States and two of its NATO partners, Germany and Turkey, as the alliance opened a 70th birthday celebration aimed at showing a united front against a
US Poised to Pump Dollars Into Venezuela After Maduro

US Poised to Pump Dollars Into Venezuela After Maduro

The United States is prepared to pump U.S. dollars into Venezuela to fortify the economy if President Nicolas Maduro leaves, the top White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow said Wednesday.Kudlow
US House Panel Asks IRS for 6 Years of Trump's Tax Returns

US House Panel Asks IRS for 6 Years of Trump's Tax Returns

The head of a House Ways and Means Committee is formally asking the Internal Revenue Service to turn over the last six years of President Donald Trump's tax returns.Congressman Richard Neal chairs the
Iran's Zarif Calls Europe Incapable of Bypassing US Sanctions

Iran's Zarif Calls Europe Incapable of Bypassing US Sanctions

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Wednesday European powers were incapable of bypassing sanctions imposed on Tehran by the U.S. after it withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal. Iran
1st Parent Agrees to Plead Guilty in US College Bribery Scandal

1st Parent Agrees to Plead Guilty in US College Bribery Scandal

A packaged-food entrepreneur from California became the first of the 33 parents charged in the college bribery scandal to agree to plead guilty, disclosing the deal Wednesday as Hollywood actresses
US Lawmakers Urge Sanctions over China's Treatment of Muslim Minority

US Lawmakers Urge Sanctions over China's Treatment of Muslim Minority

A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers on Wednesday faulted the Trump administration for failing so far to impose sanctions over China's alleged human rights abuses against its Muslim minority and
Eastern EU Initiative Possible Salve for Strained US-NATO Ties

Eastern EU Initiative Possible Salve for Strained US-NATO Ties

This story originated in VOA’s Serbian service.WASHINGTON — Despite its “America First” policies and general drift toward disengagement from foreign commitments, the Trump administration appears to

Preserving Roots With A Spirit Rei 180SX

When I was wandering around StanceNation NorCal a couple weeks back, there was one S13 in particular that I kept returning to. It was a car Sara noticed as well, and I was intrigued by the Nissan’s
Mar-a-Lago Arrest Spotlights Security Risks at Trump Estate

Mar-a-Lago Arrest Spotlights Security Risks at Trump Estate

As palm trees swayed in the ocean breeze, Yujing Zhang approached Secret Service agents in the Mar-a-Lago parking lot. She said she was going to the swimming pool at the Palm Beach presidential estate
DC's Cherry Blossoms at Risk From Popularity, Floodwaters

DC's Cherry Blossoms at Risk From Popularity, Floodwaters

This week, tourists and residents alike are being treated to Mother Nature's best in Washington, D.C.: blue skies, warm spring temperatures and the city's beloved cherry blossom trees putting on their
Texas Bans Clergy From Executions After Supreme Court Ruling

Texas Bans Clergy From Executions After Supreme Court Ruling

Texas prisons will no longer allow clergy in the death chamber after the U.S. Supreme Court blocked the scheduled execution of a man who argued his religious freedom would be violated if his Buddhist
NATO Secretary General Warns US Congress of Challenges to Alliance

NATO Secretary General Warns US Congress of Challenges to Alliance

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg used a speech to a joint session of the U.S. Congress Wednesday to warn of a growing threat from Russia. Stoltenberg's unusual speech marked the 70th
US Predicts More North Korea Cyber Heists to Fund WMDs

US Predicts More North Korea Cyber Heists to Fund WMDs

Christy Lee contributed to this report, which originated in VOA’s Korean Service.WASHINGTON — North Korea is likely to ratchet up fraudulent cyber operations to fund its weapons of mass destruction

Joe Biden vows to respect women’s ‘personal space’ amid allegations

Former US Vice President Joe Biden attempted on Wednesday to tamp down a controversy over allegations of unwanted physical contact with women, releasing a video in which he pledged to be “more
Reports: Mueller Investigators Say Final Report Contains Damaging Evidence

Reports: Mueller Investigators Say Final Report Contains Damaging Evidence

Some investigators in the nearly two-year probe of U.S. President Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign say the findings in a report submitted by special counsel Robert Mueller are more damaging
Uganda: Kidnapped US Tourist Did Not Take Armed Guard

Uganda: Kidnapped US Tourist Did Not Take Armed Guard

An American woman who was kidnapped with her driver at Uganda’s most popular wildlife park by gunmen had failed to take an armed ranger as required by the park’s regulations, a spokesman for the
Ethiopia: Pilots Followed Boeing Procedures Before Crash

Ethiopia: Pilots Followed Boeing Procedures Before Crash

Crew members of the Ethiopian Airlines jetliner that crashed shortly after takeoff last month followed procedures prescribed by the aircraft's manufacturer, according to a report released Thursday.The