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Think Tank: Global Military Spending Hits Post-Cold War High

Think Tank: Global Military Spending Hits Post-Cold War High

Global military expenditure reached its highest level last year since the end of the Cold War, fueled by increased spending in the United States and China, the world's two biggest economies, a leading

US deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein resigns

US Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who chose Special Counsel Robert Mueller to lead the Russia interference probe and protected him from political intrusion, announced Monday he was stepping
Debating Helps Children Learn New Skills

Debating Helps Children Learn New Skills

Most American politicians learned how to debate when they were students in school. Class debates are common in American schools, offering students an opportunity to marshal their arguments and defend
US Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein Submits Resignation

US Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein Submits Resignation

U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who appointed Special Counsel Robert Mueller in May 2017 to investigate links between the Russian government and President Donald Trump's campaign, said on
Federal Agents Thwart Planned US Terror Attack

Federal Agents Thwart Planned US Terror Attack

U.S. law enforcement authorities have arrested a former U.S. Army infantryman, thwarting an alleged terror plot involving several targets in the Los Angeles area.Mark Domingo of Reseda, California,
Biden: 'I Am a Union Man,' at First 2020 Campaign Event

Biden: 'I Am a Union Man,' at First 2020 Campaign Event

Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden officially kicked off his White House campaign on Monday by hosting a union event in Pittsburgh just hours after securing his first labor endorsement.Biden told
Minnesota Jury Deliberates Police Shooting Case

Minnesota Jury Deliberates Police Shooting Case

The fate of a Minneapolis police officer, who is charged with shooting and killing an unarmed woman, is now in the hands of a Minnesota jury after lawyers gave closing arguments at his trial. Mohamed
Pentagon Sending 300 More Troops to Southern Border

Pentagon Sending 300 More Troops to Southern Border

The Pentagon will send some 300 troops to the U.S.-Mexico border to help in tasks that will put them in contact with migrants, marking a break in current practice. A statement released Monday by the
New York Officials Hit Back at Trump Over NRA Gun-Rights Group

New York Officials Hit Back at Trump Over NRA Gun-Rights Group

New York's governor assailed President Donald Trump on Monday for backing the National Rifle Association in its dispute with the state, accusing the U.S. leader of being afraid of the powerful gun
Boeing CEO Defends Safety Record Amid 2 Deadly Crashes

Boeing CEO Defends Safety Record Amid 2 Deadly Crashes

The CEO of Boeing defended the company's safety record and declined to take any more than partial blame for two deadly crashes of its best-selling plane even while saying Monday that the company has
Former Envoy: US Should Pay North Korea Hospital Bill for Warmbier

Former Envoy: US Should Pay North Korea Hospital Bill for Warmbier

The former U.S. diplomat who secured the release from North Korea of American Otto Warmbier said on Monday that Washington should honor its pledge to pay Pyongyang $2 million for the student's
Impeach or Investigate? Democrats See No Reason to Choose

Impeach or Investigate? Democrats See No Reason to Choose

Whatever happens next, don't call it impeachment.House Democrats have been careful not to rush to impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump in the aftermath of Robert Mueller's report,

US Will Rethink Cooperation With Allies Who Use Huawei

Washington does not see any distinction between core and non-core parts of 5G networks and will reassess sharing information with any allies which use equipment made by China's Huawei, a U.S.
Kudlow: Trump Administration Eyes More Aid to Farmers if Necessary

Kudlow: Trump Administration Eyes More Aid to Farmers if Necessary

The Trump administration is ready to provide more federal aid to farmers if required, a White House adviser said on Monday, after rolling out up to $12 billion since last year to offset agricultural
Trump Directs Officials to Toughen Asylum Rules

Trump Directs Officials to Toughen Asylum Rules

U.S. President Donald Trump directed officials to toughen rules for asylum seekers on Monday, including by introducing a fee for their applications and barring those who entered the country illegally
US Watchdog Cites China As One of the Worst Violators of Religious Freedom

US Watchdog Cites China As One of the Worst Violators of Religious Freedom

An independent U.S. watchdog group labeled sixteen nations Monday as "countries of particular concern" for engaging in "systematic, ongoing, egregious violations" of religious freedom. The U.S.
Report: Iran Escalates Targeting of Non-Shiite Muslims, Other Religious Minorities

Report: Iran Escalates Targeting of Non-Shiite Muslims, Other Religious Minorities

A U.S. government body that monitors global religious freedom says conditions in Iran worsened last year, with escalated government targeting of non-Shi'ite Muslims and minority Baha’is and

North American Lexus NX To Be Built In Canada From 2022

This will be the first time Lexus' compact SUV will be manufactured outside its home country. |
US Treasury Secretary Hopes for 'Substantial Progress' in China Talks

US Treasury Secretary Hopes for 'Substantial Progress' in China Talks

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says he hopes to makes "substantial progress" in trade talks with China, as the world's two largest economies try to reach a resolution to their trade