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NASA: Space Travel for Private Citizens Is Coming

NASA: Space Travel for Private Citizens Is Coming

NASA will open parts of the International Space Station to more commercial opportunities, it announced Friday, allowing companies to use the space station's facilities in a number of ways, including
Homeless College Students Find Refuge at California Shelter

Homeless College Students Find Refuge at California Shelter

With housing and higher education prices running extremely high, a large number of college students in California find themselves homeless and unable to afford even a room in a dorm. To address the
Former Jihadi Launches Counter-Jihadi Magazine

Former Jihadi Launches Counter-Jihadi Magazine

In 2009, Jesse Morton, then al-Qaida's chief American propagandist, launched a glossy online publication called "Jihad Recollections," which years later gave rise to the Islamic State's "Dabiq" and
California Utility Turns Off Electricity to Cut Wildfire Risk

California Utility Turns Off Electricity to Cut Wildfire Risk

Pacific Gas & Electric said it will shut off power Saturday to about 1,600 customers in Northern California and may do the same for thousands more to reduce the risk of wildfires.The utility
Federally Insured Banks Largely Off-Limits to Cannabis Business

Federally Insured Banks Largely Off-Limits to Cannabis Business

In May, Arkansas became the latest state to cash in on the sale of medical marijuana. Lines of people wrapped around a newly opened dispensary, drawing in customers from all four corners of the
Deaths at Tracks Put Horse Racing Under Scrutiny

Deaths at Tracks Put Horse Racing Under Scrutiny

Saturday is the 151st running of the Belmont Stakes in New York, a competition between the country’s best 3-year-old thoroughbreds, and the last of the three races in the Triple Crown.Organizers of
Will Native American Veterans’ Memorial Neglect Some Service Members?

Will Native American Veterans’ Memorial Neglect Some Service Members?

It was while listening to public radio during an evening commute in June 2018 that James Currie first learned the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) had selected a
US, Mexico Reach Deal on Migration, Averting Tariffs

US, Mexico Reach Deal on Migration, Averting Tariffs

Cindy Saine at the State Department contributed to this report.The United States and Mexico have reached a deal on migration to avert tariffs, but U.S. officials say President Trump retains the
With Mexico Deal Done, US Urges China to Resume Trade Talks

With Mexico Deal Done, US Urges China to Resume Trade Talks

One down, still others to go. President Donald Trump claimed a victory after Washington and Mexico agreed on measures to stem the flow of Central American migrants into the United States.Trump called
G-20 Finance Leaders’ Goal: Adapt to Turmoil in Trade, Tech

G-20 Finance Leaders’ Goal: Adapt to Turmoil in Trade, Tech

Financial leaders of the Group of 20 gathered Saturday to brainstorm ways to adapt global finance to an age of trade turmoil and digital disruptions.The central bank governors and other financial
Abuse Crisis Tops Southern Baptists' Agenda

Abuse Crisis Tops Southern Baptists' Agenda

The Southern Baptist Convention gathers for its annual national meeting Tuesday with one sobering topic — sex abuse by clergy and staff — overshadowing all others.Inside the meeting hall in
Smithsonian Museum Wows With Fossils Going Back Billions of Years

Smithsonian Museum Wows With Fossils Going Back Billions of Years

It was a bad day 70 million years ago for a triceratops dinosaur, whose remains are displayed beneath a fossilized Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton — posed as if it were still alive and ready for dinner.
House Committees to Hold Hearings on Mueller Report on Russia Probe

House Committees to Hold Hearings on Mueller Report on Russia Probe

Congressional hearings on Robert Mueller's report on the investigation into Russia's meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election take place in coming days, amid mounting pressure to launch
Trade Experts Unruffled About Rare Earth Minerals Supply

Trade Experts Unruffled About Rare Earth Minerals Supply

Rising trade tensions between the U.S. and China have sparked worries about the 17 exotic-sounding rare earth minerals needed for high-tech products like robotics, drones and electric cars. China
US Carrier in Persian Gulf Region Seen as Clear Signal to Iran

US Carrier in Persian Gulf Region Seen as Clear Signal to Iran

Under a starry sky, U.S. Navy fighter jets catapulted off the aircraft carrier's deck and flew north over the darkened waters of the northern Arabian Sea, a unmistaken signal to Iran that the foremost
Border Agent Saves Pair From Bee Attack in Texas

Border Agent Saves Pair From Bee Attack in Texas

A U.S. Border Patrol agent in Texas is credited with saving a migrant woman and her young son who were attacked and covered by thousands of bees. The agency said in a statement Friday that the agent
Hillary Clinton's Youngest Brother Dies

Hillary Clinton's Youngest Brother Dies

Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced Saturday on Twitter her youngest brother, Tony Rodham, had died. Tony Rodham, who died Friday, was a kind and generous person who could walk
For These Students, Learning Is a Laughing Matter

For These Students, Learning Is a Laughing Matter

It’s a comedy night at Johns Hopkins University. Members of the university’s Stand-up Comedy Club are performing dialogues, cracking jokes, doing funny moves and face gestures. They might be a little
US Recruits Next Generation of Cybersecurity Professionals

US Recruits Next Generation of Cybersecurity Professionals

Online data is at risk. Hackers are getting smarter and companies across the globe are facing a shortage of trained professionals who can help protect their data. To fill this gap, the U.S. government
Mexican President Says Immigration Deal with US Will Protect Migrant Rights

Mexican President Says Immigration Deal with US Will Protect Migrant Rights

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador rallied thousands of supporters in the northern border city of Tijuana on Saturday, saying that a new immigration deal with the United States would