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Judge Delays Sentencing for Ex-CIA Man on Spy Conviction

Judge Delays Sentencing for Ex-CIA Man on Spy Conviction

A judge has delayed sentencing for an ex-CIA officer accused of spying for China.A jury convicted Kevin Mallory of Leesburg, Virginia, last year for providing top secret information to Chinese

Is Ford Wrong To Drop The Focus From The United States?

Review finds outgoing 2018 Ford Focus sedan an average proposition but great value given current discounts. |

Cops Finally Arrest Ex-Porsche Salesman Accused Of Stealing Customers’ Deposits

The defendant reportedly made off with $2.2 million in deposits from nearly 30 customers, who never received their cars. |
Pentagon Eyes F-35 Sales to Greece, Romania and Poland

Pentagon Eyes F-35 Sales to Greece, Romania and Poland

The United States is considering expanding sales of Lockheed Martin Corp made F-35 fighter jets to five new nations including Romania, Greece and Poland as European allies bulk up their defenses in
US Prosecutor: Drug Company Founder, Execs Exploited Patients to Sell Opioid

US Prosecutor: Drug Company Founder, Execs Exploited Patients to Sell Opioid

The founder of Insys Therapeutics Inc put profits over patient safety by bribing doctors to prescribe an addictive fentanyl spray, fueling the U.S. opioid epidemic, a federal prosecutor said Thursday

US Conducted Secret Surveillance of China's Huawei, Prosecutors Say

U.S. authorities gathered information about Huawei through secret surveillance that they plan to use in a case accusing the Chinese telecom equipment maker of sanctions-busting and bank fraud,
Despite Further Talks, No US-China Deal Yet

Despite Further Talks, No US-China Deal Yet

The U.S. president and the vice premier of China confirmed on Thursday that while significant progress has been made, there is no new trade agreement yet between the world's two largest economies.
NATO Members Risk Losing US Intel Over China Tech

NATO Members Risk Losing US Intel Over China Tech

Some European countries could soon find themselves cut off from U.S. intelligence and other critical information if they continue to cultivate relationships with Chinese technology firms.U.S.
Congress Urged to Do More to Protect China's Uighurs

Congress Urged to Do More to Protect China's Uighurs

U.S. representatives and activists are calling for the U.S. to do more to protect the Uighurs, a Muslim minority in China who live primarily in the northwest autonomous region of Xinjiang.Activists
Immigration Officials Arrest 280 at Texas Company

Immigration Officials Arrest 280 at Texas Company

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raided a Texas cellphone repair company Wednesday, in what Homeland Security officials are calling the largest work site raid in the country in more than
Trump Picks Former Presidential Candidate Herman Cain for Fed Board

Trump Picks Former Presidential Candidate Herman Cain for Fed Board

U.S. President Donald Trump plans to nominate former pizza chain executive and Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain for a seat on the Federal Reserve Board, where he will help set interest
US Colleges Halt Work With Huawei Following Federal Charges

US Colleges Halt Work With Huawei Following Federal Charges

Some of the nation's top research universities are cutting ties with Chinese tech giant Huawei as the company faces allegations of bank fraud and trade theft.Colleges including the Massachusetts

When Less Was More: A Supercharged E30 M3

What were you doing in 1989? Whatever it was you were up to — watching Tim Burton’s Batman, listening to Poison on your ‘personal stereo,’ or generally not yet existing — things were more simple. From
Ohio Democrat Tim Ryan Announces Bid for President

Ohio Democrat Tim Ryan Announces Bid for President

Add another name to the crowded field of Democratic presidential candidates.Moderate Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan announced Thursday he is joining the race."I'm a progressive who knows how to talk to
US Revokes ICC Prosecutor's Entry Visa Over Afghanistan Investigation

US Revokes ICC Prosecutor's Entry Visa Over Afghanistan Investigation

The United States has revoked the entry visa of the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Fatou Bensouda, her office said on Thursday, a response to her inquiry into possible war crimes by
Wrigley Field’s Rooftop Seats

Wrigley Field’s Rooftop Seats

One of the best spots to watch the Chicago Cubs play at their home ground, Wrigley Field, is not inside but outside the stadium, from the rooftops of the neighboring buildings. Sounds odd, but these
Pompeo Cautions NATO Allies: China’s Outreach Has 'National Security Component'

Pompeo Cautions NATO Allies: China’s Outreach Has 'National Security Component'

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told visiting NATO foreign ministers Thursday that the 29 country alliance must alter its approach to developing threats, singling out Russian aggression and China's
Trump Backtracks on Threat to Close US-Mexico Border

Trump Backtracks on Threat to Close US-Mexico Border

President Donald Trump is backtracking on his threat to close the southern border and said he will use auto tariffs instead to pressure Mexico to do more to limit the flow of migrants to the U.S. But
Midwest Farmer 'In a Daze' at What Devastating Flood Left Behind

Midwest Farmer 'In a Daze' at What Devastating Flood Left Behind

Tom Geisler has experienced many ups and downs in his 43 years of farming, as weather sometimes helped and often hurt his livelihood. But he was not prepared for what Mother Nature brought this

Amazon's Bezos and wife reach record $36 billion divorce deal

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and his wife, MacKenzie, finalized the biggest divorce settlement in history on Thursday, leaving him with 75 percent of their stock in the tech giant and giving her nearly