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Trump: China Maybe Regrets Backtracking on Trade Provisions

Trump: China Maybe Regrets Backtracking on Trade Provisions

President Donald Trump said Thursday he still believes China "would love to make" a new trade deal with the United States and might now regret backtracking on some agreements negotiators for the two
Former US Sen. Thad Cochran of Mississippi Dies at 81

Former US Sen. Thad Cochran of Mississippi Dies at 81

Seven-term Republican Sen. Thad Cochran, who used seniority to steer billions of dollars to his home state of Mississippi, has died. He was 81.Cochran's final chief of staff, Brad White, said Cochran
Trump Unleashes Again on Special Counsel Who Didn't Charge Him

Trump Unleashes Again on Special Counsel Who Didn't Charge Him

While reiterating his claim that the special counsel's report fully exonerates him, U.S. President Donald Trump is attacking the head of that investigation, former director of the Federal Bureau of
Trump Adviser Bolton: Iranian Threat Persists Despite US Actions

Trump Adviser Bolton: Iranian Threat Persists Despite US Actions

U.S. President Donald Trump's national security adviser said Thursday the U.S. has helped prevent Iran from undertaking acts of aggression but warned the threat from Tehran still exists."I don't think
New Hampshire Ends Death Penalty

New Hampshire Ends Death Penalty

The death penalty was abolished Thursday in the U.S. state of New Hampshire when the state's Senate overrode the governor's veto.In a 16-to-8 vote, the New Hampshire Senate overturned Governor Chris
Pence: US-Canada Relationship Has 'Never Been Stronger'

Pence: US-Canada Relationship Has 'Never Been Stronger'

Vice President Mike Pence said Thursday that the U.S.-Canada relationship has "never been stronger," less than a year after a trade tiff had chilled the allies' historically warm ties.Pence was in the
Former Trump Adviser Stone Faces Uphill Fight to Dismiss Indictment

Former Trump Adviser Stone Faces Uphill Fight to Dismiss Indictment

President Donald Trump's longtime political adviser Roger Stone faced an uphill battle in court on Thursday, as a federal judge poked holes in nearly every argument his lawyers made for why she should
Mideast Peace Plan Hopes Dim Amid Israeli Political Crisis

Mideast Peace Plan Hopes Dim Amid Israeli Political Crisis

President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday to push the Trump administration's long-awaited plan for Mideast
Trump Would Be 'In Handcuffs' If Not President, Says Democrat Warren

Trump Would Be 'In Handcuffs' If Not President, Says Democrat Warren

Democratic White House hopeful Elizabeth Warren said Thursday that if Donald Trump were not protected by his presidential status, he would be "in handcuffs and indicted" for obstructing the
US Calls Tiananmen Square 'Full-On Massacre' as Anniversary Nears

US Calls Tiananmen Square 'Full-On Massacre' as Anniversary Nears

The United States is calling the Chinese government's violent suppression of peaceful demonstrations in and around Tiananmen Square on June 4, 1989, "a full-on massacre." "The U.S. has called for, and
Netanyahu Shows Off Trump's Map of Israel with Golan Heights

Netanyahu Shows Off Trump's Map of Israel with Golan Heights

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says U.S. President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner has gifted him an official State Department map, updated to incorporate the long-disputed Golan
US Judge Rejects Trump Administration Move to Start Wall Construction

US Judge Rejects Trump Administration Move to Start Wall Construction

A federal judge rejected on Thursday an effort by the Trump administration to begin construction on a wall on the border with Mexico while it appeals a ruling that found funding for the wall was
Wall Street Slump Continues on U.S.-China Trade Uncertainty

Wall Street Slump Continues on U.S.-China Trade Uncertainty

U.S. stocks lost ground again on Thursday, as conflicting comments on trade talks from President Donald Trump and Beijing reinforced investor nervousness that a lengthy battle could be in the offing
NBCUniversal Latest US Media Company Reconsidering Georgia Business over Abortion Law

NBCUniversal Latest US Media Company Reconsidering Georgia Business over Abortion Law

NBCUniversal and WarnerMedia on Thursday joined a wave of U.S. media companies, including Walt Disney Co, saying they will reconsider working in Georgia if a new law banning abortions after a fetal
US College Enrollment Drops for Seventh Year

US College Enrollment Drops for Seventh Year

Enrollment in colleges and universities across the United States has declined for a seventh straight year, according to a study released Thursday. The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, a
Hopes Rise on Averting Turkish-US Crisis Over Russian Missiles

Hopes Rise on Averting Turkish-US Crisis Over Russian Missiles

Turkey's currency surged Thursday on rising speculation a looming crisis could be averted between Ankara and Washington. The revived optimism follows a telephone conversation between President Donald
Trump to Hit Mexico with Tariffs over 'Illegal Migrants'

Trump to Hit Mexico with Tariffs over 'Illegal Migrants'

The United States is giving Mexico 10 days to stop illegal migrants from heading north or the country will be slapped with tariffs on all of its products. U.S. President Donald Trump made the
Energy Secretary: US Aims to Make Fossil Fuels Cleaner

Energy Secretary: US Aims to Make Fossil Fuels Cleaner

The Trump administration is committed to making fossil fuels cleaner rather than imposing ``draconian'' regulations on coal and oil, U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry said Thursday at an energy
More Asylum-Seekers Sue Trump Administration

More Asylum-Seekers Sue Trump Administration

A group of detained asylum-seekers sued the U.S. government Thursday claiming immigration officials in five Southern states are systematically denying them parole.In the second lawsuit of its kind