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US Rakes China for 'Nonsense' About Airline Websites

US Rakes China for 'Nonsense' About Airline Websites

The White House on Saturday sharply criticized China's efforts to force foreign airlines to change how they refer to Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau, labeling China's latest effort to police language
Trump, Britain’s May Discuss Iran, North Korea

Trump, Britain’s May Discuss Iran, North Korea

U.S. President Donald Trump spoke with Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May on Saturday on issues including the Iran nuclear deal, a week before the president is to decide whether Washington will
Gun Debate Plays Out in Protests Outside NRA Meeting

Gun Debate Plays Out in Protests Outside NRA Meeting

Protesters on both sides of the U.S. gun debate took to the streets Saturday outside the National Rifle Association’s annual meeting in Dallas after the latest in a long series of mass shootings put
Filipinos Who Fought for US Still Battle for Recognition

Filipinos Who Fought for US Still Battle for Recognition

Gerardo Tan's home in Stevensville, Maryland, is simple but sits right along the Chesapeake Bay. As a 90-year-old man who has survived war, he's grateful for the tranquil life he now has. But he has
Trump Promotes ‘America First’ in Ohio Ahead of Primaries

Trump Promotes ‘America First’ in Ohio Ahead of Primaries

President Donald Trump said Saturday “we want to make everything here” as he promoted his “America First” agenda during an appearance in Cleveland, days before the state’s primary election. Trump
Buffett Fields Shareholders' Questions for Hours

Buffett Fields Shareholders' Questions for Hours

Billionaire Warren Buffett has been buying a boatload of Apple Inc. shares, and on Saturday suggested he would buy even more shares at the right price. At Berkshire Hathaway Inc’s annual shareholder
Chanda Choun Chose Arlington, Wants Its Voters to Choose Him

Chanda Choun Chose Arlington, Wants Its Voters to Choose Him

Located just outside Washington, Arlington County, Virginia, is one of the richest, most educated and mostly white counties in the United States. It didn’t matter to Cambodian-American Chanda Choun
Researchers Turn Focus on Women Extremists

Researchers Turn Focus on Women Extremists

Researchers are studying why and how women are being drawn to violent extremist groups. Although men still dominate these groups, researchers say recent examples from Boko Haram and Islamic State
Homeless Crisis in Los Angeles Worsens

Homeless Crisis in Los Angeles Worsens

Nearly 554,000 people were living on America's streets last year, according to a government survey. That's the first increase since 2010, driven, experts say, by a surge in the homeless in Los Angeles
From Horse Carts to Hyperloop: Revolution of the American Railroad

From Horse Carts to Hyperloop: Revolution of the American Railroad

The first railroad appeared in the United States back in 1828. Located entirely in the state of Maryland, it was only 25 kilometers long. Today, American trains look very different — modern, fast and
Chihuahuas Have Their Day at Washington Cinco de Mayo Festival

Chihuahuas Have Their Day at Washington Cinco de Mayo Festival

Originating from Mexico, Chihuahua's are one of the smallest dog breeds. And on Saturday, 128 competed in the "Running of the Chihuahuas" to celebrate the Cinco de Mayo holiday. From Washington, VOA's
Afghan Forces Retake District From Taliban; Fighting Spreads

Afghan Forces Retake District From Taliban; Fighting Spreads

Afghan forces backed by air strikes have retaken a district in the northern province of Badakhshan that was seized last week by Taliban insurgents, officials said, as fighting continued across
North Korea: US Sanctions Not What Brought Kim to Talks

North Korea: US Sanctions Not What Brought Kim to Talks

With just weeks to go before President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un are expected to hold their first summit, Pyongyang on Sunday criticized what it called “misleading” claims that
Hawaii Volcano Calms Some, but Scientists Remain Wary

Hawaii Volcano Calms Some, but Scientists Remain Wary

The number of homes destroyed by lava shooting out of openings in the ground created by Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano climbed to five as some of the more than 1,700 people who evacuated prepared for the
McLaren Pops The Champagne with 5,000 Sold Units in North America

McLaren Pops The Champagne with 5,000 Sold Units in North America

Business is good for McLaren these days, at least as far as sales achievements are concerned. On the heels of posting its best-ever sales year in 2017 with 3,340 units, the British supercar brand has
Rouhani: Iran Has ‘Plans to Resist’ Any Trump Decision

Rouhani: Iran Has ‘Plans to Resist’ Any Trump Decision

Iran’s president said Sunday if the U.S. withdraws from the nuclear deal between Iran and world powers that Washington would regret the decision.Hassan Rouhani said in a televised address, “If the
Special Counsel Investigation Encompasses Business, Cybercrime, Obstruction

Special Counsel Investigation Encompasses Business, Cybercrime, Obstruction

Nearly a year ago, an investigation led by special counsel Robert Mueller was tasked by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein with exploring any links or coordination between the Russian government
Republican Primaries Heat Up in 4 US States

Republican Primaries Heat Up in 4 US States

As primary season kicks into high gear, Republicans are engaged in nomination fights that are pulling the party to the right, leaving some leaders worried their candidates will be out of a step with

Toyota’s Building A Dedicated Autonomous Vehicle Test Track In Michigan

The Toyota Research Institute is opening an autonomous-vehicle test track at the Michigan Technical Resource Park. |
Residents watch as Hawaii volcano destroys homes and spews toxic gas

Residents watch as Hawaii volcano destroys homes and spews toxic gas

The Kilauea volcano's eruption was followed by Hawaii's most powerful earthquake.