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Pruitt's Top Spokesperson Latest to Leave Embattled EPA

Pruitt's Top Spokesperson Latest to Leave Embattled EPA

Scott Pruitt's top spokesperson said Thursday she was leaving the Environmental Protection Agency, the latest high-profile departure as the embattled EPA administrator fights ethics allegations. Liz

Trademark Application Previews GM’s New Military Venture

GM is reportedly developing a series of fuel cell vehicles for the U.S. armed forces. |

Former VW CEO Charged With Conspiracy Over Dieselgate Scandal

The U.S. Department of Justice lays out an impressive case that says the cheating went all the way to the top. |
SCENARIOS - What Could Iran Do if Trump Pulls out of Nuclear Deal?

SCENARIOS - What Could Iran Do if Trump Pulls out of Nuclear Deal?

President Donald Trump is expected to pull the United States out of the Iran nuclear agreement on May 12. Tehran signed the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, with China, France, Germany, Russia,
Pro, Anti-Gun Ownership Protests Expected at NRA Dallas Meeting

Pro, Anti-Gun Ownership Protests Expected at NRA Dallas Meeting

Police are bracing for a significant amount of protests for and against guns during the National Rifle Association's meeting in Dallas this weekend following a spate of mass shootings, progun-control
Investigators Search for Cause of Deadly Cargo Plane Crash

Investigators Search for Cause of Deadly Cargo Plane Crash

Military investigators began the arduous task Thursday of answering why a C-130 Hercules cargo plane being flown into retirement by an experienced crew plunged onto a Georgia highway. Families and
Police: 1 Man Kills Another, Surrenders at Nashville Mall

Police: 1 Man Kills Another, Surrenders at Nashville Mall

One 22-year-old man ended a fight with another by fatally shooting him inside a Tennessee mall on Thursday, and then gave up his weapon and surrendered, saying he didn't want any more trouble, police
Canadian Officials in Nigeria Work with US to Stem Asylum Seekers

Canadian Officials in Nigeria Work with US to Stem Asylum Seekers

Canada has officials in Lagos, Nigeria, working with U.S. visa officers as Ottawa leans on its neighbor to stop issuing so many visas to Nigerians who then make refugee claims in Canada.The Canadian
Striking Arizona Teachers Win 20 Percent Raise, End Walkout

Striking Arizona Teachers Win 20 Percent Raise, End Walkout

The Arizona governor signed a plan Thursday to give striking teachers a 20 percent pay raise, ending their five-day walkout after a dramatic all-night legislative session and sending more than a
Canada Van Attack Spotlights Online Men’s Movement

Canada Van Attack Spotlights Online Men’s Movement

The deadly April 23 van attack in Toronto has put the spotlight on an obscure online community of men whose sense of sexual rejection has, at its extreme, grown into a justification for rape, murder
Massachusetts Senator to Quit After Scathing Ethics Report

Massachusetts Senator to Quit After Scathing Ethics Report

Former Massachusetts Senate President Stan Rosenberg announced Thursday he would end his long political career after a scathing ethics report concluded he failed to protect the Senate from his
Missouri Special Session on Governor's Impeachment

Missouri Special Session on Governor's Impeachment

In a historic move, Missouri lawmakers announced Thursday that they are calling themselves into a special session to consider impeaching Gov. Eric Greitens following allegations of sexual misconduct
Mnuchin: Good Conversations With Chinese on Trade

Mnuchin: Good Conversations With Chinese on Trade

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Friday that the high-level trade delegation he is leading is having very good conversations with the Chinese officials in Beijing, but did not elaborate
Activists, Academics Urge Trump Not to Trade Human Rights for Denuclearization in North Korea

Activists, Academics Urge Trump Not to Trade Human Rights for Denuclearization in North Korea

As preparations are being made for the U.S. president and North Korea's leader to hold an historic summit, activists and academics are urging Donald Trump not to sacrifice human rights to achieve
National Guard Effect: A Deterrence for Would-Be Crossers?

National Guard Effect: A Deterrence for Would-Be Crossers?

Nearly a month has passed since President Trump called on the National Guard to beef up security along the US-Mexico border. His order, which came as a caravan of some 1,500 migrants were headed
Hawaii Volcano Erupts; County Orders 1,500 to Evacuate

Hawaii Volcano Erupts; County Orders 1,500 to Evacuate

Nearly 1,500 residents were ordered to evacuate from their volcano-side homes after Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano erupted, sending molten lava to chew its way through forestland and bubble up on paved
Augmented Reality Film Gives Audiences Power to Accept or Reject Muslim Travelers

Augmented Reality Film Gives Audiences Power to Accept or Reject Muslim Travelers

Every day, U.S. customs officers have the power to decide which travelers will be allowed into the country and which won't. But what if you had to make that decision? Attendees at the Tribeca Film
Brothers Find Success with Youth Sports Site Mars Reel

Brothers Find Success with Youth Sports Site Mars Reel

A new media channel created by two brothers who are athletes is shining the spotlight on young basketball players and gaining growing attention in the sports world. Mike O'Sullivan spoke with Bradley
Brothers Dump Basketball to Create Highlight-Reel Sports Site

Brothers Dump Basketball to Create Highlight-Reel Sports Site

Twin brothers Brandon and Bradley Deyo used a camera to highlight their basketball skills while they were in high school and posted the videos online, hoping to draw the attention of college
Taiwan Relies More on US After Loss of Diplomatic Allies

Taiwan Relies More on US After Loss of Diplomatic Allies

An upswing in informal relations with the United States helps isolated Taiwan offset the attrition in formal diplomatic alliances at the hands of an angry China but comes with its own risks, experts