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US Forest Service Interim Chief Confronts Misconduct Scandal
After a career spent battling wildland fires across the West, U.S. Forest Service interim Chief Vicki Christiansen must now confront another sort of crisis: the harassment and bullying of women that's
Tillerson: Political Reconciliation in Kenya a 'Very Positive Step'
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Friday the political reconciliation between Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition leader Raila Odinga is “a very positive step,” adding the
Teen Charged With Manslaughter in Alabama School Shooting
A 17-year-old high school junior was charged Friday with manslaughter and illegal firearms possession in a classroom shooting that killed a fellow student at an Alabama high school. The charges
Hours after Florida governor signs gun bill, NRA sues to block it
Weeks after their children were gunned down in the worst high school shooting since Columbine, parents of the victims stood in the Florida Capitol and watched Gov. Rick Scott sign a far-reaching bill
Blind woman describes gouging out her own eyes after taking crystal meth
‘I gripped each eyeball, twisted, and pulled until each eye popped out of the socket.'
Trump, Kim Summit Raises Stakes in Nuclear Standoff
The proposed summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has dramatically raised the stakes in the long-running nuclear standoff between Washington and Pyongyang.
Trump to Visit Latin America in April
The White House confirmed Saturday U.S. President Donald Trump will meet with regional leaders in Peru next month, a visit that will mark his first trip as president to Latin America."This travel
Trump Administration Files Proposal to Ban 'Bump Stocks'
U.S. President Donald Trump's administration moved forward Saturday with plans to place a ban on bump stocks, a device that enables guns to fire like automatic weapons. The device was used during last
Putin 'Couldn't Care Less' if Russians Meddled in US Election
Russian President Vladimir Putin said he "couldn't care less" if Russian citizens sought to meddle in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, insisting that the Kremlin had nothing to do with the
Brownback: Myanmar Conducting 'Religious Cleansing' of Rohingya
Sworn in on Feb. 1 as ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom, Sam Brownback sees his job as taking the most important topic in the world and making it come to life. Brownback spoke to
Trump Expects North Korea to Honor Pledge on Missile Tests
U.S. President Donald Trump expressed faith Saturday that North Korea would keep its promise to halt missile tests, days after his surprise acceptance of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's invitation
Trade Representatives From US, EU, Japan Discuss New Metal Tariffs
Trade representatives for Japan and the European Union met with the U.S. trade representative Saturday in an effort to avoid a trade war over President Donald Trump's new tariffs on aluminum and
Bannon Tells French Far-Right Party: 'Let Them Call You Racist'
Former White House strategist Steve Bannon sought to re-energize France's struggling far-right National Front party Saturday by speaking at a party congress and telling Marine Le Pen's nationalist
Gunman's Victims Had Devoted Lives to Veterans
Three women, including one who was pregnant, who had devoted their lives to helping traumatized veterans were killed by a patient who had been kicked out of their Northern California treatment
US Narrows Travel Alert for Mexico's Playa del Carmen
The U.S. Embassy in Mexico has narrowed its travel warning for the Caribbean resort city of Playa del Carmen amid what it calls an unspecified "ongoing security threat'' just as the spring holiday
Former Confederate Statue Site in Maryland Rededicated to Harriet Tubman
A space at a Baltimore park that had long honored two Confederate generals has been rededicated to abolitionist Harriet Tubman. The Baltimore Sun reported that hundreds of people gathered Saturday for
StoryCorps: The Last Viewing
A father who lost his son in Iraq is comforted by a chance meeting in Washington with the nurse who cared for the soldier in his last moments, and after.
Trump Says He Believes North Korean Leader Ready to 'Make Peace'
Donald Trump said Saturday that he believed North Korea was ready "to make peace" after its leader, Kim Jong Un, declared his willingness to meet the U.S. president."I think it's time," Trump said at
At Rally, Trump Themes: Death Penalty for Drug Dealers, Build the Wall, Oprah
President Donald Trump attacked his critics, promoted his steel and aluminum tariffs and tossed out an idea to have drug dealers face the death penalty, all while addressing a raucous rally Saturday
US Military Ramps Up in Afghanistan, With Little Scrutiny
The U.S. is bolstering its military presence in Afghanistan, more than 16 years after the war started. Is anyone paying attention?Consider this: At a Senate hearing this past week on top U.S. security