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Hawaii Residents Feel More Tremors, Brace for Eruption

Hawaii Residents Feel More Tremors, Brace for Eruption

Residents on Hawaii’s Big Island felt more tremors Friday and braced for the possibility of more lava flows from the Kilauea volcano, more than a week after the latest eruption began.More than a dozen
Rockefeller Treasures Set Record at Auction

Rockefeller Treasures Set Record at Auction

Peggy and David Rockefeller’s lavish artworks and other treasures set a new world record this week at a Christie’s auction, topping $800 million as the priciest single-owner collection.That’s about
Turkish Ambassador's Residence Tells Many Tales

Turkish Ambassador's Residence Tells Many Tales

The Everett House, which serves as the Turkish ambassador's residence, is a Washington landmark. It is also famous as the one-time home of the Ertegun family, the brothers who would go on to found
Joy and Outrage as US Embassy Set to Open in Jerusalem

Joy and Outrage as US Embassy Set to Open in Jerusalem

With the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem on Monday, the region is bracing for both celebrations and unrest. Experts say President Donald Trump's decision to relocate the U.S. Embassy from Tel
Chinese Soybean Purchases Plant Seeds of Concern for US Farmers

Chinese Soybean Purchases Plant Seeds of Concern for US Farmers

Farmer Scott Halpin is facing another year of high prices for seed and fertilizer, and low prices for the corn and soybeans his family is planting on farmland outside Morris, Illinois.“Equipment is
Joy, Outrage as US Embassy Set to Open in Jerusalem

Joy, Outrage as US Embassy Set to Open in Jerusalem

With the opening Monday of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, the region is bracing for both celebrations and unrest.The United States plans to host about 800 guests at an opening ceremony of its embassy.
Teacher ‘told children to throw rocks at boy, 4, as a “lesson” for breaking rules’

Teacher ‘told children to throw rocks at boy, 4, as a “lesson” for breaking rules’

Video appears to show six young children hurl rocks at a classmate after being allegedly told to by their teacher.
Hawaii's Big Island Still on Edge as Volcanic Activity Continues

Hawaii's Big Island Still on Edge as Volcanic Activity Continues

The eastern point of Hawaii's Big Island continued to experience temblors from the Kilauea volcano Saturday as local officials urged residents of lower Puna district to be prepared to evacuate on
Transatlantic Commission to Focus on Election Meddling

Transatlantic Commission to Focus on Election Meddling

An international commission has formed to try to end meddling in elections in Western democratic nations by Russia and other autocratic countries.The Transatlantic Commission on Election Integrity
Hawaii Volcano Raises Concerns of Eruptions Along West Coast

Hawaii Volcano Raises Concerns of Eruptions Along West Coast

The eruption of a Hawaii volcano in the Pacific ``Ring of Fire'' has experts warily eyeing volcanic peaks on America's West Coast that are also part of the geologically active region.The West Coast is
McCain Still Up for a Fight, Even in Illness

McCain Still Up for a Fight, Even in Illness

John McCain is not signing off quietly.As in so much of the senator's extraordinary life, the rebellious Republican is facing this challenging chapter -- battling brain cancer -- in his own
NASA to Send Tiny Helicopter to Mars

NASA to Send Tiny Helicopter to Mars

NASA is planning to send a tiny autonomous helicopter to Mars on its next rover mission to the red planet.The space agency announced Friday that the helicopter will be carried aboard the Mars 2020
Sanders: Aide’s McCain Comment Shouldn’t Have Leaked

Sanders: Aide’s McCain Comment Shouldn’t Have Leaked

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders told staffers Friday that an aide’s recent comment about Sen. John McCain was inappropriate but shouldn’t have been leaked to the media.Sanders told
Miami Could Host a Formula 1 Race as Early as 2019

Miami Could Host a Formula 1 Race as Early as 2019

Plans for a “Miami Grand Prix” have been in the works for a while, with the hope to kick off the first race in 2019. Well, those plans have moved one step closer to becoming a reality as both the City
Hometown Celebrates Markle's Sparkling Personality, Charitable Works

Hometown Celebrates Markle's Sparkling Personality, Charitable Works

People in her hometown of Los Angeles remember actress Meghan Markle as a charitable young girl who sparkled on stage. Next week the entire world will be watching Markle as she officially ties the
Perry Halts Nuclear Arms-Into-Fuel Project

Perry Halts Nuclear Arms-Into-Fuel Project

Energy Secretary Rick Perry has formally ended construction of a facility meant to reprocess weapons-grade plutonium and uranium into fuel for reactors, a key element of the nation’s commitment to
Melania Trump Steps Onto Public Stage Amid White House Scandals, Controversies

Melania Trump Steps Onto Public Stage Amid White House Scandals, Controversies

U.S. first lady Melania Trump stepped into the limelight this month as she launched her official platform to address major issues facing children today. Since becoming the first lady, Mrs. Trump has
US Would Offer North Korea 'Security Assurances' if It Ended Nuclear Program

US Would Offer North Korea 'Security Assurances' if It Ended Nuclear Program

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Sunday that if North Korea agrees to full denuclearization, the United States is prepared to "provide security assurances" for the Pyongyang government and
Trump Vows Action to Ease Job Loss at Chinese Tech Giant

Trump Vows Action to Ease Job Loss at Chinese Tech Giant

President Donald Trump says he is looking for a way to let a Chinese technology firm "get back into business fast" after a U.S. trade ruling severely crippled the company."Too many jobs in China