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California Serial Killer Search Earlier Led to Wrong Man

California Serial Killer Search Earlier Led to Wrong Man

Investigators hunting down the so-called Golden State Killer used information from genetic websites last year that led to the wrong man, court records obtained Friday by The Associated Press showed.An
Detroit Police: Enough With Citywide Paintball War

Detroit Police: Enough With Citywide Paintball War

Stepped up police enforcement is planned this weekend in Detroit to quell a social media-publicized citywide paintball war that — so far — has resulted in six arrests and left an unmarked patrol car
Trump Optimistic About Pending Talks with North Korea

Trump Optimistic About Pending Talks with North Korea

A historic summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in ended with a joint commitment toward denuclearization and peace in the Korean Peninsula. While the
Filmfest DC Brings International Films to the Capital

Filmfest DC Brings International Films to the Capital

Filmfest DC is celebrating its 32nd year in the nation's capital, by showcasing 80 films from 45 different countries to a politically savvy international audience. But the festival provides more than
Roycroft Campus: Where U.S. Craftsmanship Was Born

Roycroft Campus: Where U.S. Craftsmanship Was Born

The Arts and Crafts movement began in Britain and flourished in Europe at the turn of the 19th century. It stood for traditional crafts and against mass-produced goods that were popular in the United
Genetics Help Spot Food Contamination

Genetics Help Spot Food Contamination

A new approach for detecting food poisoning is being used to investigate the recent outbreak of E.coli bacteria in romaine lettuce grown in the U.S. state of Arizona. The tainted produce has sickened
Can a River Model Save Eroding Mississippi Delta?

Can a River Model Save Eroding Mississippi Delta?

Thousands of years of sediment carried by the Mississippi River created 25,000 square kilometers of land, marsh and wetlands along Louisiana's coast. But engineering projects stopped the flow of
New US envoy Pompeo targets Germany over NATO spending

New US envoy Pompeo targets Germany over NATO spending

New US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo took aim at Germany over its defence spending on Friday, using his first NATO meeting to push President Donald Trump’s call for allies to shoulder a bigger
Federal Court Upholds Texas Voter ID Law

Federal Court Upholds Texas Voter ID Law

Texas’ voter ID law that was twice blocked because of findings of discrimination can stay in effect for the 2018 elections, a U.S. appeals court ruled Friday.It was the second major ruling over voting
Merkel, Macron and Cabinet Turmoil — Just Another Week at the Trump White House

Merkel, Macron and Cabinet Turmoil — Just Another Week at the Trump White House

It was another landmark week in the presidency of Donald Trump. Trump hosted key U.S. allies Emmanuel Macron of France and Angela Merkel of Germany. But he also had to weather more turmoil in his
Merkel, Macron and Cabinet Turmoil in Trump White House

Merkel, Macron and Cabinet Turmoil in Trump White House

It was another landmark week in the presidency of Donald Trump. He hosted key U.S. allies Emmanuel Macron of France and Angela Merkel of Germany; but, he also had to weather more turmoil in his
Pompeo Arrives in Saudi Arabia on First Stop of Mideast Trip

Pompeo Arrives in Saudi Arabia on First Stop of Mideast Trip

After making his diplomatic debut in Brussels at the NATO foreign ministers meeting, new U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived Saturday in Saudi Arabia on the first stop of a swing through the
Trump Discusses North Korea With Leaders of South Korea and Japan

Trump Discusses North Korea With Leaders of South Korea and Japan

U.S. President Donald Trump expressed optimism about a planned meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un following conversations Saturday with South Korean President Moon Jae-in and Japanese Prime
Ex-con Candidate Compounding GOP Woes in West Virginia

Ex-con Candidate Compounding GOP Woes in West Virginia

Republican Don Blankenship doesn't care if his party and his president don't think he can beat Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin this fall.This former coal mining executive, an ex-convict released from
Agreeing to Disagree: New Normal in Transatlantic Relations

Agreeing to Disagree: New Normal in Transatlantic Relations

Can the Europeans save the Iran nuclear deal? It's an accord U.S. President Donald Trump has excoriated repeatedly and threatened to scrap. Europeans were heartened midweek by indications from the
Trump Betting on Large, Friendly Crowd at Michigan Rally

Trump Betting on Large, Friendly Crowd at Michigan Rally

President Donald Trump was betting on a big crowd and a friendly reception at a Saturday evening rally in Michigan - one of the states in the Upper Midwest that Hillary Clinton counted on in 2016 but
Trump Calls for Senator to Resign Over Opposition to Nominee for Veterans Post

Trump Calls for Senator to Resign Over Opposition to Nominee for Veterans Post

U.S. President Donald Trump called for the resignation Saturday of Democratic Senator Jon Tester for raising concerns about Trump's pick to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs, Ronny Jackson, who

Trump Administration Tipped To Freeze Fuel Economy Standards From 2020 To 2026

Automakers have been pushing for fuel economy regulations to be relaxed, and Trump happily obliged. |
Russia, Iran, Turkey Criticize Western Airstrikes on Syria

Russia, Iran, Turkey Criticize Western Airstrikes on Syria

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Saturday that airstrikes on Syria, conducted by the U.S., Britain, and France on April 14, were a violation of international law and indicated that the
Law Enforcement Effort Hits IS Propaganda Outlets

Law Enforcement Effort Hits IS Propaganda Outlets

Law enforcement authorities in the United States, European Union and Canada this week began a joint cybercampaign against Islamic State online communication channels that will "severely disrupt" the