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Burgeoning Numbers of Cubans Trying to Enter US Via Mexico

Burgeoning Numbers of Cubans Trying to Enter US Via Mexico

Burgeoning numbers of Cubans are trying to get into the U.S. by way of the Mexican border, creating a big backlog of people waiting on the Mexican side for months for their chance to apply for
Deepening US-Chinese Trade War Sparks Unease on Capitol Hill

Deepening US-Chinese Trade War Sparks Unease on Capitol Hill

As Washington and Beijing impose ever-higher tariffs, prompting financial markets to falter, U.S. lawmakers are expressing hope for a swift but comprehensive resolution of America's deepening trade

Japan Comes To NorCal: The Golden Week Kyusha Festival

On a misty spring morning I found myself on the edge of a small peninsula in a fog-illuminated warehouse. Dust danced in the cool air, anticipating the arrival of the cars it would later settle on. I
Jury Awards $2 Billion to Couple Claiming Roundup Weed Killer Caused Cancer

Jury Awards $2 Billion to Couple Claiming Roundup Weed Killer Caused Cancer

For the third time in less than a year, a jury has ruled the main ingredient in a popular weed killer caused cancer in its users.A San Francisco jury Monday awarded more than $2 billion to a couple in
Veteran Palestinian Negotiator Says She Was Denied US Visa for First Time

Veteran Palestinian Negotiator Says She Was Denied US Visa for First Time

A veteran Palestinian negotiator said Monday she had been denied a U.S. travel visa for the first time, and viewed it as retaliation for her criticism of the Trump administration and Israel.Asked
6 Missing After Midair Floatplane Collision in Alaska

6 Missing After Midair Floatplane Collision in Alaska

Six people are missing after two floatplanes collided in midair Monday near the southeast Alaska town of Ketchikan, injuring 10 other people, one critically.The planes collided under unknown
US Democratic Leaders Back Muslim Lawmaker After Holocaust Comments

US Democratic Leaders Back Muslim Lawmaker After Holocaust Comments

U.S. Democratic leaders on Monday rallied behind a freshman lawmaker Monday after President Donald Trump and other Republicans attacked her over comments about the Holocaust and Palestinians.House
US Supreme Court Approves Antitrust Lawsuit Against Apple

US Supreme Court Approves Antitrust Lawsuit Against Apple

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that an antitrust lawsuit against Apple can proceed.Consumers are suing the company, alleging Apple overcharges when downloading iPhone applications at the
US Official: Explosives Blew Holes in Ships off UAE

US Official: Explosives Blew Holes in Ships off UAE

A U.S. official says military experts believe explosives blew holes in four ships off the coast of the United Arab Emirates Sunday, and suspects Iran may be involved but they have no proof.Two of the
Trump Says US Tariffs on Chinese Goods 'Fill US Coffers'

Trump Says US Tariffs on Chinese Goods 'Fill US Coffers'

U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday said U.S. tariffs on China bring billions of dollars into U.S. coffers. He said China's retaliatory tariffs can have no effect on the U.S. economy. The escalation
Trump Celebrates Ramadan With White House Iftar

Trump Celebrates Ramadan With White House Iftar

U.S. President Donald Trump called it his "great privilege" to welcome ambassadors and diplomats from Muslim-majority nations to the White House for an iftar dinner Monday marking the end of the day's
Iran Tensions on Agenda as Pompeo Meets With Putin, Lavrov in Sochi

Iran Tensions on Agenda as Pompeo Meets With Putin, Lavrov in Sochi

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Russian leaders Tuesday that President Donald Trump "is committed to improving" relations between the two superpowers"I hope this good faith effort on the part
North Korea Accuses US of 'Robbery' for Seizing Cargo Ship

North Korea Accuses US of 'Robbery' for Seizing Cargo Ship

North Korea accused the United States of robbery Tuesday and demanded the immediate return of a cargo ship seized for allegedly violating international sanctions. In a statement in the official Korean
NTSB to Investigate in Alaska After Deadly Midair Collision

NTSB to Investigate in Alaska After Deadly Midair Collision

A team of federal accident investigators is expected to arrive in Alaska Tuesday to try to piece together what caused a deadly midair collision between two sightseeing planes.Four people were killed
Activists Vow to Stay Inside the Venezuelan Embassy

Activists Vow to Stay Inside the Venezuelan Embassy

Activists who have staged a protest inside the Venezuelan embassy for 35 days say they plan to stay put hours after law enforcement informed them they are trespassing on embassy property. "We are not
Trump: US 'Can Make a Deal' with China

Trump: US 'Can Make a Deal' with China

Capitol Hill correspondent Michael Bowman and reporter Ira Mellman contributed to this report President Donald Trump said the United States "can make a deal with China tomorrow" to resolve the trade
US Authorities Arrest 50 in Alleged Marriage Fraud Scheme

US Authorities Arrest 50 in Alleged Marriage Fraud Scheme

U.S. authorities say they have arrested 50 people in connection with what prosecutors are calling a "large-scale marriage fraud scheme" aimed at circumventing immigration laws.According to a grand
Montana Gov. Bullock Joins 2020 Democratic Presidential Race

Montana Gov. Bullock Joins 2020 Democratic Presidential Race

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock says he is seeking the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.The 53-year-old on Tuesday became the third governor in a race with almost two dozen candidates, but Bullock
AP Source: Barr Launches New Look at Origins of Russia Probe

AP Source: Barr Launches New Look at Origins of Russia Probe

Attorney General William Barr has appointed a U.S. attorney to examine the origins of the Russia investigation and determine if intelligence collection involving the Trump campaign was "lawful and
Michigan Legislature to Vote to Ban Abortion Procedure

Michigan Legislature to Vote to Ban Abortion Procedure

Michigan's Republican-led Legislature planned to vote Tuesday to ban a common second-trimester abortion procedure, pushing ahead with legislation that would likely be vetoed by Democratic Gov.