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Arizona Schools to Remain Closed Monday as Walkout Continues
Arizona teachers' walkout over pay and education funding appears headed into a second week as major school districts say schools will remain closed Monday.The unprecedented statewide job action began
At Michigan Rally, Trump Takes Aim at Familiar Targets
President Donald Trump took aim at familiar political targets and added a few fresh ones during a campaign-style rally Saturday night in an Upper Midwest state that gave him a surprising victory in
South Korea: North to Shut Test Site, Unify Time Zones
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has vowed to shut down the country’s nuclear test site in May and open the process to experts and journalists from South Korea and the United States, Seoul’s
Pakistan Moves Doctor Who Helped US Find Bin Laden
Pakistani prison authorities have moved the jailed doctor believed to have helped the CIA hunt down Osama bin Laden, his attorney said Saturday, speculating it could be a prelude to his release.The
In Mideast, Pompeo Talks Iran Sanctions, Gulf Dispute
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is using the Middle East leg of his first trip abroad as America’s top diplomat to call for concerted international action to punish Iran for its missile programs.
America’s Best Crafts Spotlighted at Smithsonian Show
The Smithsonian Craft Show is wrapping up this weekend, highlighting works from artists across the United States. From Washington, VOA’s Jill Craig has more.
‘Caravan’ Migrants Weigh Risks of US vs. Life in Mexico
Hondurans, Guatemalans and Salvadorans who drew the wrath of President Donald Trump in a monthlong caravan to the U.S. border will make hard decisions Sunday: Risk being deported all the way home by
US President Trump snubs annual White House correspondents' dinner
President Donald Trump swapped one Washington for another Saturday, pointedly opting to connect with American “deplorables” in a Michigan town rather than exchange barbs at the “phony” White House
Donald Trump struggles to put up an umbrella after he skips being roasted at White House dinner
The President was returning from a 500-mile trip to Michigan.
Luft 5: Breathing Heavily In An Air-Cooled World
Most great things start small and over time grow into something excitingly memorable; Luftgekühlt is no different. A show that focused on air-cooled enthusiasts and encouraged all to come and
N. Korea to Invite US, S. Korean Experts & Journalists to Nuclear Shutdown
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un plans to invite experts and journalists from Seoul and the United States to observe when North Korea shuts down its nuclear test site in May, South Korean officials
Trump Threatens Shutdown over Border Wall Funding
U.S. President Donald Trump has threatened to shut down the government later this year if Congress does not approve enough funding for border security, including money to build a wall between the U.S.
Pompeo: Trump Will Exit Iran Deal If It's Not Fixed
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made clear Sunday that President Donald Trump plans to abrogate the Iran nuclear deal next month unless it is "fixed" to the U.S. liking.Pompeo, in the Middle East
White House Mystery: Where is Macron's Gifted Oak Tree?
A mystery is brewing at the White House about what happened to the oak tree President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron planted there last week. The sapling was a gift from Macron on
Nigeria's Buhari to Discuss Terrorism, Economy With Trump in Washington
Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari is slated to meet with U.S. President Donald Trump in Washington Monday.The two leaders are expected to discuss the threat of terrorism and economic growth in
US Wireless Carriers T-Mobile, Sprint Announce Merger
The third and fourth biggest U.S. wireless carriers, T-Mobile and Sprint, said Sunday they plan to merge, the third attempt they've made to join forces against the country's two biggest mobile device
US to Insist on Deeds and Actions by N. Korea
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says, during an expected nuclear summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, President Donald Trump will insist on deeds and actions by Pyongyang, not words and
Another US Diplomat Hits Motorcyclists in Pakistan
Pakistani police said a U.S. embassy vehicle driven by a diplomat Sunday night hit and injured two motorcyclists in Islamabad, the second such accident in three weeks involving an American
Comey Dismisses Republican Report on Russia as 'Political Document'
Fired FBI Director James Comey is dismissing a Republican-led House committee report clearing the Trump campaign of collusion with the Russians as a "political document.""This is not my understanding
General Motors CEO Mary Barra Made ‘Only’ $22 Million Last Year
Even at $22 million, Mary Barra made $624,011 less than she did the year before. |