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Is OnePlus 7 (non-pro) cheaper than OnePlus 6T?

Is OnePlus 7 (non-pro) cheaper than OnePlus 6T?

OnePlus users are having a bit of a conundrum this afternoon as they check prices of the new OnePlus 7. That’s not to mention the OnePlus 7 Pro, also released today – we’re talking about comparing the
Trump Pushes 'America First Energy Policy' on Louisiana Trip

Trump Pushes 'America First Energy Policy' on Louisiana Trip

President Donald Trump showcased his "America First energy policy" on Tuesday during a trip to Louisiana designed to highlight his administration's efforts to increase liquefied natural gas exports
Former Manager Charged with Abuse of Marvel's Stan Lee

Former Manager Charged with Abuse of Marvel's Stan Lee

A former business manager of Stan Lee has been charged in California with five counts of elder abuse involving the late Marvel Comics mastermind. A request for a restraining order filed last year by
Donald Trump Jr Agrees to Senate Intelligence Interview

Donald Trump Jr Agrees to Senate Intelligence Interview

The U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee has agreed with President Donald Trump's son for him appear for a closed-door interview in June.The committee is conducting a bipartisan investigation into
Stocks Rise, Claw Back Chunk of Monday's Trade-War Plunge

Stocks Rise, Claw Back Chunk of Monday's Trade-War Plunge

Stocks climbed on Tuesday and clawed back a chunk of their losses from Monday's rout, the latest whipsaw move as investors weigh just how badly the escalating U.S.-China trade war will hurt the
Trump: 'Spying' Investigation by Barr Not Requested by Me

Trump: 'Spying' Investigation by Barr Not Requested by Me

U.S. President Donald Trump says he did not order Attorney General William Barr to launch another investigation into the origin of the Mueller probe, but says he is glad Barr did."No, I didn't ask him
Are Coastal Home Values Feeling Drag of Climate Change?

Are Coastal Home Values Feeling Drag of Climate Change?

For sale: waterfront property with sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean. Waves erode beach regularly. Flooding gets worse every year. Saltwater damage to lawn.Asking price: anyone’s guess.Some
Mexico: Deal to Repeal US Steel Tariffs Could Be Close

Mexico: Deal to Repeal US Steel Tariffs Could Be Close

Mexico is closing in on a deal to repeal U.S. President Donald Trump's punitive tariffs on steel and aluminum, a senior Mexican official said Tuesday, potentially moving a step nearer to the
US House Democrats Probe Justice Department's Handling of Police Shootings

US House Democrats Probe Justice Department's Handling of Police Shootings

The Democratic-led U.S. House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday unveiled a probe of the Trump administration's moves to curtail the federal government's role in scrutinizing police shootings.In a letter
Border Wall Going Up in National Monument, Wildlife Refuge

Border Wall Going Up in National Monument, Wildlife Refuge

The U.S. government plans to replace barriers through 100 miles (161 kilometers) of the southern border in California and Arizona, including through a national monument and a wildlife refuge,
Savanna’s Act Would Fight Indian Country Deaths with Data

Savanna’s Act Would Fight Indian Country Deaths with Data

U.S. House members re-introduced legislation Tuesday that calls for the Justice Department to review how law enforcement agencies respond to cases of missing and slain Native Americans as the

Alabama Senate passes United States' toughest abortion bill

The Alabama senate passed the most restrictive abortion bill in the United States on Tuesday that bans any termination of pregnancy and could punish doctors who perform the procedure with life in
San Francisco Bans Police Use of Face Recognition Technology

San Francisco Bans Police Use of Face Recognition Technology

San Francisco supervisors voted Tuesday to ban the use of facial recognition software by police and other city departments, becoming the first U.S. city to outlaw a rapidly developing technology that
Pompeo Says Trump Wants Better Ties With Russia, But Disagreements Remain

Pompeo Says Trump Wants Better Ties With Russia, But Disagreements Remain

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the United States is committed to improving relations with Russia, as he met with his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov and President Vladimir Putin in Sochi
US Military Beefing Up Arsenal to Counter Potential Iran Attack

US Military Beefing Up Arsenal to Counter Potential Iran Attack

The United States military is ramping up its arsenal in the Middle East to counter a potential attack from Iran. But is it the right move, and what exactly is the threat? VOA Pentagon correspondent
Ex-Somali Army Officer Facing US Civil Trial Over Human Rights Abuses

Ex-Somali Army Officer Facing US Civil Trial Over Human Rights Abuses

A resident of Virginia is the subject of a lawsuit accusing him of human rights abuses while he was a high-ranking officer during the brutal reign of former Somali dictator Mohamed Siad Barre.A civil
US, Russian Officials Signal Desire to Improve Relations

US, Russian Officials Signal Desire to Improve Relations

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said nearly two hours of meetings Tuesday with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov about "nearly every issue facing our two
Trade War Sowing Seeds of Doubt With US Farmers

Trade War Sowing Seeds of Doubt With US Farmers

The typical routines of life on a family farm carry a heavier burden these days for Pam Johnson.“First thing I do is make a pot of coffee,” she told VOA in an interview in one of the cavernous sheds
Alabama Legislature Approves Ban on Nearly All Abortions

Alabama Legislature Approves Ban on Nearly All Abortions

Lawmakers in the southeastern U.S. state of Alabama passed a near-total ban on abortion Tuesday, sending what would be the nation's most stringent abortion law to the state's Republican governor.The
Report Finds Threats to Freedom in Some African Countries

Report Finds Threats to Freedom in Some African Countries

The VOA Horn of Africa service's Girmachew Kebede contributed to this report from Addos Ababa. Ethiopia.In a dozen countries across Africa, governments have enacted laws or policies that "improperly