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Stalled N. Korea Talks Leave S. Korea's Moon in Tough Spot

Stalled N. Korea Talks Leave S. Korea's Moon in Tough Spot

By meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump, South Korean President Moon Jae-in had hoped he could rescue faltering nuclear talks with North Korea. But it appears no breakthrough emerged from the two
US Trans Troops Return to 'Dark Days' Under New Policy, Say LGBT+ Groups

US Trans Troops Return to 'Dark Days' Under New Policy, Say LGBT+ Groups

The U.S. military is returning to the era of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policies, said troops and LGBT+ groups, as new rules that will ban most openly transgender people from serving came into effect on
Pompeo Warns South Americans Against Russia, China

Pompeo Warns South Americans Against Russia, China

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has urged the people of South America to resist offers of investment and aid from U.S. economic competitors China and Russia, saying the United States is a better
ICC Says Will Not Investigate US Troops in Afghanistan

ICC Says Will Not Investigate US Troops in Afghanistan

The International Criminal Court has announced it will not pursue an investigation into alleged war crimes by U.S. troops and allies in Afghanistan.On Friday, a panel of ICC judges rejected a request
UN Allows Senior Taliban Leaders to Travel for Peace Talks

UN Allows Senior Taliban Leaders to Travel for Peace Talks

Margaret Besheer at the United Nations contributed to this report.ISLAMABAD — The United Nations recently granted a waiver to senior Taliban leaders, allowing them to travel and take part in peace

Thousands Of Cars Were Easy Pray For Hackers Due To MyCar Security Blunder

Hackers could gain control over vulnerable vehicles, locate, unlock them and start their engines. |

Tesla And Panasonic Freeze Plans To Extend Gigafactory 1 In Nevada

Panasonic will also allegedly pull back on its investment into Tesla's Chinese Gigafactory in Shanghai. |
Court Gives Trump Asylum Policy a Temporary Reprieve

Court Gives Trump Asylum Policy a Temporary Reprieve

The U.S. government can continue at least temporarily to send asylum seekers back to Mexico after President Donald Trump scored a rare ruling in his favor Friday from the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of
Ex-Venezuelan Intelligence Chief Arrested in Madrid for Drug Trafficking

Ex-Venezuelan Intelligence Chief Arrested in Madrid for Drug Trafficking

Spanish police on Friday arrested Hugo Carvajal, a former general and close ally of the late Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez, on drug trafficking charges on an arrest warrant issued by the United

Democrat Pete Buttigieg, the Midwest mayor who could be the 'antidote to Trump'

Were Pete Buttigieg to win the 2020 US presidential election, the intellectual Democrat would become the youngest person ever, and first gay man, to hold the office. The mayor of South Bend has the

Washington State Commits To Running Entirely On Clean Energy By 2045

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Gizmodo: On Thursday, the Washington state legislature officially passed one of the most ambitious clean energy bills in the nation. Washington is now
Man Hospitalized After Lighting Jacket on Fire Outside White House

Man Hospitalized After Lighting Jacket on Fire Outside White House

A man in a wheelchair-type electric scooter lit his jacket on fire outside the White House fence on Friday and was hospitalized with what appeared to be non-life threatening injuries, the U.S. Secret
US-Turkish Tensions Escalate Over Russian Missile Purchase

US-Turkish Tensions Escalate Over Russian Missile Purchase

With Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reaffirming his commitment to buy Russian missiles in the face of renewed warnings from NATO ally the United States about sanctions, Ankara and Washington
(Im)migration Weekly Recap, April 7-13

(Im)migration Weekly Recap, April 7-13

Editor's note: We want you to know what's happening, why and how it could impact your life, family or business, so we created a weekly digest of the top original immigration, migration and refugee
Trump Vows to Win 5G Race

Trump Vows to Win 5G Race

In the race to beat China in the fifth generation of wireless technology, known as 5G, U.S. President Donald Trump is announcing the largest-ever auction of radio frequencies and a $20 billion fund to
Kim Says He's Open to 3rd Summit with Trump

Kim Says He's Open to 3rd Summit with Trump

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un says he will give the U.S. until the end of the year to make a "courageous decision" on stalled nuclear talks, warning of "very bleak and very dangerous" consequences
Cherry Blossoms Put on Spectacular Show in Maryland Neighborhood

Cherry Blossoms Put on Spectacular Show in Maryland Neighborhood

The famous cherry blossoms on the Tidal Basin in Washington are passing their peak, but others in the area are still blooming. VOA's Deborah Block takes us to a neighborhood in a Maryland suburb where
Sudan's Military Rulers Pledge to Restore Civilian Rule Amid Protests

Sudan's Military Rulers Pledge to Restore Civilian Rule Amid Protests

Amid continuing turmoil and ongoing protests in Sudan, following the ouster of President Omar al-Bashir after 30 years in power, the country's new military ruler has resigned. This comes as the
Anti-Vaccine Parents in US Help Fuel Worst Measles Outbreak in 30 Years

Anti-Vaccine Parents in US Help Fuel Worst Measles Outbreak in 30 Years

New York City has declared a public health emergency amid an alarming spike in the number of measles cases among largely unvaccinated children. VOA's Carol Pearson looks at why these parents are
New York City Turns to Drastic Measure to Curb Measles Outbreak

New York City Turns to Drastic Measure to Curb Measles Outbreak

For months, New York City has been fighting a measles outbreak in the Orthodox Jewish community. The mayor finally declared a public health emergency April 9 because measles continue to spread among