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US Lawmakers Struggle to Draft Online Privacy Bill

US Lawmakers Struggle to Draft Online Privacy Bill

U.S. lawmakers drafting a bill to create rules governing online privacy hope to have a discussion draft complete by late May with a Senate committee vote during the summer and are intensifying
Biden Surges Into Lead in Democratic Primary Race

Biden Surges Into Lead in Democratic Primary Race

Former Vice President Joe Biden has surged into a lead in the Democratic presidential field, according to new polls released since his formal announcement last week. Biden is taking on President
Barr to Face Mueller Report Questions at Senate Hearing

Barr to Face Mueller Report Questions at Senate Hearing

Attorney General William Barr on Wednesday will face lawmakers' questions for the first time since releasing special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia report, in what promises to be a dramatic showdown
Report: US Cyber Spies Unmasked Many More American Identities in 2018

Report: US Cyber Spies Unmasked Many More American Identities in 2018

U.S. cyber spies last year unmasked the identities of nearly 17,000 U.S. citizens or residents who were in contact with foreign intelligence targets, a sharp increase from previous years attributed
US Stops Collecting Data Showing Afghan Government Losing Ground

US Stops Collecting Data Showing Afghan Government Losing Ground

The U.S.-led NATO mission in Afghanistan is no longer collecting data showing the Afghan government steadily losing ground to the Taliban, telling a U.S. government watchdog the information was “of

Two dead after North Carolina campus shooting

A shooting that killed two and wounded four at a North Carolina university left students scrambling for shelter and prompted fresh calls for ways to keep campuses safe.
US Urges Venezuela's Key Figures to Sway Military to Juan Guaido's Side

US Urges Venezuela's Key Figures to Sway Military to Juan Guaido's Side

U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton says Venezuela's interim President Juan Guaido needs the support of key figures that can help sway the country's military forces to his side. Bolton spoke to
The Good Side of the Second American Civil War

The Good Side of the Second American Civil War

Most of what we've talked about in this podcast has been distinctly dark and depressing, but on this episode we talk about how violent war might make life better.
AG Barr Faces Senate Panel Over Mueller Report

AG Barr Faces Senate Panel Over Mueller Report

U.S. Attorney General William Barr is facing questioning from lawmakers Wednesday after the release of Robert Mueller's report earlier this month investigating Russian interference in the 2016
US Military Data Breach Prompts Immigrant Recruits to Apply for US Asylum

US Military Data Breach Prompts Immigrant Recruits to Apply for US Asylum

Pentagon correspondent Carla Babb contributed to this reportWASHINGTON — While the U.S. government has announced efforts to prevent or decrease the flow of Central American asylum-seekers, some
May Day Around the Globe: Workers Demand Rights, Respect

May Day Around the Globe: Workers Demand Rights, Respect

Higher salaries, better working conditions, maternity leave, minimum wage and an end to discrimination against temporary or foreign workers: These were among the concerns as hundreds of thousands of
Big Worry for College Scandal Suspects: Their Co-Defendants

Big Worry for College Scandal Suspects: Their Co-Defendants

Federal prosecutors said all along that they expect more people to be charged in the sweeping college admissions scandal. Their secret weapon? The cooperation of some parents and coaches who have
Acting Pentagon Chief Cancels Overseas Trip, Cites Venezuela

Acting Pentagon Chief Cancels Overseas Trip, Cites Venezuela

Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan has abruptly canceled plans to travel to Europe. Shanahan's spokesman is citing the crisis in Venezuela and the situation along the U.S.-Mexico border.The
Pompeo: US Prepared for Military Intervention in Venezuela

Pompeo: US Prepared for Military Intervention in Venezuela

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Wednesday the United States is prepared to intervene militarily to stem the ongoing unrest in Venezuela."Military action is possible," the top U.S. diplomat
White House Wants $4.5 Billion in Emergency Border Funding

White House Wants $4.5 Billion in Emergency Border Funding

The White House is asking Congress for an additional $4.5 billion in emergency spending for border security.That's according to two people familiar with the request who spoke to The Associated Press
Democrats Face Setbacks in Recruiting Top Senate Candidates

Democrats Face Setbacks in Recruiting Top Senate Candidates

Senate Democrats are stinging from a trio of high-profile failures to recruit candidates who could help reclaim the majority, including Stacey Abrams' announcement that she would pass up a U.S. Senate
AG Barr Defends Handling of Mueller Report

AG Barr Defends Handling of Mueller Report

U.S. Attorney General William Barr appeared before Congress on Wednesday to defend his handling of special counsel Robert Mueller's recent report on Russian meddling in the 2016 election and Barr's

2019 VW Arteon Four-Door “Coupe”: Every Photo And Full Details Of U.S. Model

It took Volkswagen more than a year to bring the Arteon Stateside following the 2018 Chicago Auto Show debut. |
Harvard Graduate Students Union Stages Sit-in Over Labor Dispute

Harvard Graduate Students Union Stages Sit-in Over Labor Dispute

A union for Harvard University graduate students is staging a campus sit-in to pressure the school to meet its labor demands.Roughly 20 students were gathered inside a building in Harvard Yard on
New Names New US Commander in Europe Amid NATO Worries, Tensions

New Names New US Commander in Europe Amid NATO Worries, Tensions

The United States is installing new military leadership in Europe at a moment of heightened worries about Russian aggression, doubts about the future of arms control and rising tensions among NATO