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African Immigrants in US Increasingly More Educated, Employed

African Immigrants in US Increasingly More Educated, Employed

When you picture an African immigrant in the United States, do you imagine someone with little or no schooling, struggling to find work? New research shows a different reality: African immigrants in
UN-EU Conference on Syria Aims to Revive Peace Process

UN-EU Conference on Syria Aims to Revive Peace Process

Efforts to find a political solution to the Syrian civil war resumed Tuesday as representatives and ministers from 85 countries gathered in Brussels for a two-day conference, co-chaired by the United
Trump: North Korea's Kim 'Very Honorable’

Trump: North Korea's Kim 'Very Honorable’

President Donald Trump says he expects to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un "very soon" and praised Kim as being "very open" and "very honorable.""We have been told directly that they would
US Supreme Court to Hear Travel Ban Case

US Supreme Court to Hear Travel Ban Case

The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral arguments Wednesday on whether President Donald Trump can limit travelers from mostly Muslim-majority countries — Iran, Libya, North Korea, Syria,
US Top Court Curbs Human Rights Claims Against Companies

US Top Court Curbs Human Rights Claims Against Companies

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that foreign corporations cannot be sued in American courts for human rights abuses overseas, refusing to revive a lawsuit claiming Jordan-based Arab Bank Plc
Iran Nuclear Deal's Fate Remains Unresolved Following Trump-Macron Talks

Iran Nuclear Deal's Fate Remains Unresolved Following Trump-Macron Talks

The leaders of the United States and France are calling for expanded negotiations with Iran, but in remarks to reporters on Tuesday they gave no indication whether President Donald Trump would pull
International Child Abductions Draw Outcry on Capitol Hill

International Child Abductions Draw Outcry on Capitol Hill

Fighting back tears before a Senate panel, American physician Chris Brann on Tuesday recounted the abduction of his son, Nicholas, who was taken to Brazil in 2012."This is best described as a living

Amazon Can Now Deliver Packages To The Trunk Of Your GM And Volvo

Amazon's new Key In-Car Delivery service works with over seven million GM vehicles. |

Senate Confirms Trump's Pick for NSA, Cyber Command

An anonymous reader shares a report: The Senate Tuesday quietly confirmed President Donald Trump's nominee to lead the National Security Agency and U.S. Cyber Command. U.S. Army Cyber Command chief
US Supreme Court Divided Over Texas Electoral District Fight

US Supreme Court Divided Over Texas Electoral District Fight

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday appeared divided along ideological lines as it heard a bid by Texas to revive Republican-drawn electoral districts thrown out by a lower court for diluting the clout
Trump Honors Armenians on Remembrance Day

Trump Honors Armenians on Remembrance Day

President Donald Trump said Tuesday that the United States stood with the people of Armenia on Armenian Remembrance Day — the 103rd anniversary of the start of the massacre of Armenians at the hands
AP FACT CHECK: Trump's Oft-told Tale of US Payout to Iran

AP FACT CHECK: Trump's Oft-told Tale of US Payout to Iran

President Donald Trump likes to tell a story about the U.S. paying out billions of dollars to Iran as part of the multinational deal freezing its nuclear program and easing sanctions against it. What
US-China Trade Fight Reaches Top American Court in Antitrust Case

US-China Trade Fight Reaches Top American Court in Antitrust Case

President Donald Trump's trade fight with China moved inside the white marble walls of the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday, where lawyers for both countries faced off over whether Chinese companies can
Louisiana Confronts Realization That 'the Water's Not Going Anywhere'

Louisiana Confronts Realization That 'the Water's Not Going Anywhere'

Sitting on his porch in the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans, Otis Tucker cuts a lone figure on a street punctuated with large empty spaces — the shadows of homes lost to Hurricane Katrina.Tucker lives
Federal Judge Orders Trump to Stop Efforts to End Protection for Dreamers

Federal Judge Orders Trump to Stop Efforts to End Protection for Dreamers

A federal judge has ordered the Trump administration to keep deportation protection for 800,000 young undocumented immigrants known as "dreamers."In a sharp rebuke to President Trump's efforts to end
Trumps Host the Macrons for President's First White House State Dinner

Trumps Host the Macrons for President's First White House State Dinner

First lady Melania Trump is getting her turn in the spotlight Tuesday night as she and President Donald Trump host French President Emmanuel Macron and Brigitte Macron for a White House state
International Watchdogs Warn of Worldwide Threats to Freedom of the Press

International Watchdogs Warn of Worldwide Threats to Freedom of the Press

Incessant attacks on the media by populist politicians are posing a threat to major democracies, two international watchdogs said on Wednesday. In their annual reports on the state of press freedom
Trump's Warm Welcome Masks Policy Tensions as Macron and Merkel Visit Washington

Trump's Warm Welcome Masks Policy Tensions as Macron and Merkel Visit Washington

U.S President Donald Trump Tuesday praised the strength of America's partnership with France — and the personal friendship he has developed with his French counterpart. President Emmanuel Macron’s
Trump, Macron Seek to Resolve Differences, Affirm Close Ties

Trump, Macron Seek to Resolve Differences, Affirm Close Ties

French President Emmanuel Macron wraps up his first official visit to the United States on Wednesday with an address to a joint meeting of the U.S. Congress and a town hall event with Georgetown
Trump, Macron Eye 'New Deal' as Iran Deadline Looms

Trump, Macron Eye 'New Deal' as Iran Deadline Looms

U.S. President Donald Trump vowed on Tuesday to look for common ground with his French counterpart in dealing with Iran but made no commitment to stick with the nuclear agreement he described as