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About 1,000 Migrants Cross Into Mexico, Start Walking to US

About 1,000 Migrants Cross Into Mexico, Start Walking to US

Hundreds more Central American migrants have crossed into Mexico from Guatemala, and a group of about 1,000 has started walking en mass to the north. State and local police accompanied the migrants
US Officials: Arctic Thawing Poses National Security Concern

US Officials: Arctic Thawing Poses National Security Concern

Senior U.S. and military officials are warning Congress about the potential threat to national security from melting ice in the Arctic. Officials from the Office of National Intelligence and the
Survey: Americans Think Fake News Is Big Problem, Blame Politicians

Survey: Americans Think Fake News Is Big Problem, Blame Politicians

Half of U.S. adults consider fake news a major problem, and they mostly blame politicians and activists for it, according to a new survey.A majority also believe journalists have the responsibility
IMF Warns US-China Trade War Could Cut Global Economic Growth

IMF Warns US-China Trade War Could Cut Global Economic Growth

The trade war between the United States and China could cut world economic growth next year, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned Wednesday.IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde said U.S.
De Blasio Gets 2020 Presidential Backing from Local Union

De Blasio Gets 2020 Presidential Backing from Local Union

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (dih BLAH'-zee-oh) has picked up the first union endorsement of his longshot presidential bid.The New York Hotel and Motel Trades Council announced Wednesday that it
Top US, Mexican Officials Meet on Tariffs, Migrant Surge

Top US, Mexican Officials Meet on Tariffs, Migrant Surge

Top U.S. and Mexican officials are meeting Wednesday in Washington about President Donald Trump's threatened 5% tariff on imported products from Mexico if it does not curb the surge of Central
Coalition War Planes Holding Fire Against IS in Syria

Coalition War Planes Holding Fire Against IS in Syria

U.S. and coalition jets have been quiet in the skies over Syria, failing to launch any airstrikes against remnants of the Islamic State terror group for a second consecutive month. The U.S.-led
Trump Joins Other Leaders to Mark 75 Years Since D-Day

Trump Joins Other Leaders to Mark 75 Years Since D-Day

U.S. President Donald Trump concluded his final day in Britain Wednesday amid a mix of controversy, ceremony, and diplomacy. After discussing climate change in an interview, the president took part in
China's Export of Authoritarianism Explored on Capitol Hill

China's Export of Authoritarianism Explored on Capitol Hill

Thirty years after China’s deadly Tiananmen Square crackdown, Beijing is exporting authoritarianism and prodding governments around the world to spy on and control their citizens, U.S. lawmakers and
Number of Children, Families Crossing US-Mexico Border Jumps in May

Number of Children, Families Crossing US-Mexico Border Jumps in May

The number of unauthorized border-crossers apprehended along the U.S.-Mexico frontier increased sharply in May, federal officials announced Wednesday, as the country grapples with an unprecedented
97-Year-Old Veteran Parachutes Over Normandy as Part of D-Day Ceremonies

97-Year-Old Veteran Parachutes Over Normandy as Part of D-Day Ceremonies

Ceremonies took place Wednesday to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day, when Allied forces landed approximately 156,000 troops in Normandy in Nazi-occupied France.Thousands of military personnel and

Volvo Makes Roadside Towing Free Of Charge For U.S. Customers

Volvo's Tow for Life program is now available for free regardless of how old your car is. |
American Women, Children Tied to IS Headed Home

American Women, Children Tied to IS Headed Home

Two American women accused of joining with the Islamic State terror group, along with their children, are heading back to the United States. Kamal Akif, a spokesman for the Kurdish-led administration
Democratic Rivals Rebuke Biden for Not Backing Abortion Rule Repeal

Democratic Rivals Rebuke Biden for Not Backing Abortion Rule Repeal

Joe Biden is under fire from his Democratic presidential rivals and women's rights advocates for his defense of a decades-old prohibition on federal money paying for abortions.Most Democratic White
US Cruise Operators Stop Sailing to Cuba, Travelers Vent Anger Online

US Cruise Operators Stop Sailing to Cuba, Travelers Vent Anger Online

Major U.S. cruise operators said on Wednesday they will no longer sail to Cuba following the Trump administration's ban on travel to the Caribbean island, angering travelers and prompting worries
Insys, Maker of Fentanyl Spray, to Pay $225 Million Settlement

Insys, Maker of Fentanyl Spray, to Pay $225 Million Settlement

Insys Therapeutics Inc. agreed to pay $225 million and an operating unit will plead guilty to fraud to settle probes into their payment of kickbacks to induce doctors to prescribe highly addictive
Bernie Sanders Urges Walmart to Boost Starvation Wages'

Bernie Sanders Urges Walmart to Boost Starvation Wages'

Democratic U.S. presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders on Wednesday told Walmart shareholders and top executives that the world's largest retailer should boost the "starvation"-level wages it pays its
Feds Cut English Classes, Legal Services for Immigrant Kids

Feds Cut English Classes, Legal Services for Immigrant Kids

Immigrant children in the care of the U.S. government may no longer have access to English-language courses and legal services, officials said Wednesday.The Health and Human Services department
Trump: ‘Not Nearly Enough’ Progress in US-Mexico Migrant Talks

Trump: ‘Not Nearly Enough’ Progress in US-Mexico Migrant Talks

VOA's Nike Ching contributed to this report.WASHINGTON — The United States and Mexico hold more talks Thursday about migrant policy as a U.S. deadline looms for Mexico to take more action to control
Warren Criticizes Trump's 'Dart Throwing' Mexico Tariff Decision

Warren Criticizes Trump's 'Dart Throwing' Mexico Tariff Decision

Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren on Wednesday criticized U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to impose tariffs on Mexico as "random dart throwing" that lacks a coherent