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AMA Blasts Reasoning for Military's Transgender Policy

AMA Blasts Reasoning for Military's Transgender Policy

A new Trump administration regulation set to go into effect Friday directs military secretaries to kick out transgender service members who refuse to serve in their birth sex and "given an opportunity
Infighting Stalls Disaster Aid for Puerto Rico, Southeast

Infighting Stalls Disaster Aid for Puerto Rico, Southeast

Six months after hurricanes devastated the Southeast, infighting among Washington's tribes has shelved a widely backed disaster aid package that's desperately being sought by President Donald Trump's
US EPA Chief Defends Big Energy Projects, Says Climate Not Top Priority

US EPA Chief Defends Big Energy Projects, Says Climate Not Top Priority

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will unveil a proposal to speed state-level permitting decisions for energy infrastructure projects soon, the agency's chief told Reuters on Thursday, blasting
Chicago Sues ‘Empire’ Actor for Police Costs

Chicago Sues ‘Empire’ Actor for Police Costs

The city of Chicago filed a lawsuit Thursday against Jussie Smollett, saying the actor owes it more than $130,000 for police costs incurred in the investigation of a hate crime that authorities allege
SpaceX Launches Falcon Heavy Rocket, Lands All 3 Boosters

SpaceX Launches Falcon Heavy Rocket, Lands All 3 Boosters

SpaceX launched its second supersized rocket and for the first time landed all three boosters Thursday, a year after sending up a sports car on the initial test flight.The new and improved Falcon

Excuse This Trucker’s French As He Slams Into 18-Wheeler In Front Of Him

The driver had plenty of time to react to the slowing traffic ahead, but that wasn't the case here. |
Venezuela Leadership Issue Still Blocking IMF, World Bank Aid

Venezuela Leadership Issue Still Blocking IMF, World Bank Aid

International Monetary Fund and World Bank shareholders are still undecided on whether to recognize Venezuelan opposition chief Juan Guaido as the country's leader, the institutions said on
North Korea Might Abandon Moon as Mediator With US

North Korea Might Abandon Moon as Mediator With US

North Korea might begin turning away from South Korean President Moon Jae-in after he failed to secure sanctions relief from U.S. President Donald Trump during his visit to the White House, experts
US Criticizes Vietnam’s Ban on Suspected Cancer-Causing Herbicides

US Criticizes Vietnam’s Ban on Suspected Cancer-Causing Herbicides

The Trump administration says Vietnam’s decision to ban herbicides with an ingredient suspected of causing cancer will hurt, not help farmers.Glyphosate is a chief ingredient in the best-selling
Trump Wanted to Release Immigrants in ‘Democratic Strongholds’

Trump Wanted to Release Immigrants in ‘Democratic Strongholds’

In retaliation for Democrats’ failure to support his plans to build a southern border wall, U.S. President Donald Trump proposed twice, in November and February, that government agencies transport and
Trump Denies Knowledge of WikiLeaks, as US Requests Assange Extradition

Trump Denies Knowledge of WikiLeaks, as US Requests Assange Extradition

U.S. President Donald Trump says he has no knowledge of the website WikiLeaks, after the whistleblowing site's founder Julian Assange was arrested in Britain. The 47-year-old had been living in the
April Storm Brings Wild Weather to Central US

April Storm Brings Wild Weather to Central US

Many parts of the central United States are experiencing winterlike storms and other wild weather patterns, such as thunder and lightning, high winds, snow and ice. The storm continued for the second
On Ellis Island, a Wall Honors Immigrants Old and New

On Ellis Island, a Wall Honors Immigrants Old and New

It may surprise no one to see names like "The Russo Family" from Sicily, Italy, or Anton Ivanovich Malygin from St. Petersburg, Russia, inscribed on Ellis Island's American Immigrant Wall of Honor — a

Ford CEO Says Company Is “Turning The Corner” After Lackluster 2018

Jim Hackett also said Ford is on track to launch an autonomous car for commercial use in 2021. |
Some US Farmers Ditch Soybeans Amid Trade War with China

Some US Farmers Ditch Soybeans Amid Trade War with China

Corn and soybeans are the most profitable crops for American farmers each year. While many rotate these two crops season to season, the ongoing trade dispute with China is affecting even routine
US-China Trade War Prompts Some US Farmers to Switch Crops

US-China Trade War Prompts Some US Farmers to Switch Crops

Although the skies are gray and the fields are bare, even before the first seed is planted in the fertile soil later this spring, farmer Evan Hultine knows corn is king this year.In fact, corn is the
Labour Party Says UK Should Oppose Assange Extradition to US

Labour Party Says UK Should Oppose Assange Extradition to US

Key figures in Britain's opposition Labour Party said Friday the government should oppose the extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the United States on charges of conspiring to break
House Democrats mark their 1st 100 days with wins, stumbles

House Democrats mark their 1st 100 days with wins, stumbles

Newly elected Rep. Sharice Davids is most proud of setting up a congressional office in part of her Kansas district she said hadn't seen one for years. For Georgia Rep. Lucy McBath, her biggest
Lobbyist Gets Probation in Case Spun off From Russia Probe

Lobbyist Gets Probation in Case Spun off From Russia Probe

A Washington political consultant initially entangled in the Russia investigation was sentenced to three years of probation for illegal lobbying and skirting the ban on foreign donations to President
Mexico, US Meeting Friday to Address Border Traffic

Mexico, US Meeting Friday to Address Border Traffic

High-level talks between U.S. and Mexican officials in the eastern Mexican city of Merida on Friday will touch on the U.S.-Mexico border and improving the flow of traffic there, Mexican President