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After 50 Years, Protesters Revive King's Fight Against Poverty

After 50 Years, Protesters Revive King's Fight Against Poverty

Thousands of poor, low-wage workers, activists and religious leaders across the United States have kicked off a revival of the Poor People's Campaign, a civil disobedience movement founded 50 years
Trump Urges Quick NAFTA Resolution in Talks with Trudeau

Trump Urges Quick NAFTA Resolution in Talks with Trudeau

U.S. President Donald Trump urged for a quick conclusion to a renegotiated North American Free Trade Agreement during a phone call Monday with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The White House
US Navy Expects 'Uncertainty' in Gulf After Iran Deal Withdrawal

US Navy Expects 'Uncertainty' in Gulf After Iran Deal Withdrawal

The United States Navy is closely watching Iranian behavior in the Gulf and expects a "period of uncertainty" and increased level of alertness after President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from
Hawaii Volcano Eruption Costs Tourism Industry Millions

Hawaii Volcano Eruption Costs Tourism Industry Millions

People nixing vacations to Hawaii's Big island has cost the tourism industry millions of dollars as the top attraction, Kilauea volcano, keeps spewing lava.Cancellations from May through July have hit
Long Odds for Peace as Trump Roils Mideast with Embassy Move

Long Odds for Peace as Trump Roils Mideast with Embassy Move

President Donald Trump's prospects for brokering the Mideast peace "deal of the century'' plunged ever deeper Monday as the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem opened amid bloodshed in Gaza. The day fueled
US Criticizes China for Shielding Myanmar from UN Action

US Criticizes China for Shielding Myanmar from UN Action

The United States indirectly criticized China on Monday for shielding Myanmar from strong U.N. Security Council action over a military crackdown against mainly Rohingya Muslims that the U.S. and other
Baby dies for breathing in teargas on deadly day in Gaza as US Embassy opens in Jerusalem

Baby dies for breathing in teargas on deadly day in Gaza as US Embassy opens in Jerusalem

The baby was among the 58 children and adults killed and more than 2,700 injured in the deadliest day since the 2014 Gaza war as the US embassy moved to Jerusalem.
School criticised for allowing anyone on cheerleading team after ‘snowflake’ parent complained

School criticised for allowing anyone on cheerleading team after ‘snowflake’ parent complained

Pupils will no longer have to tryout for the squad and will automatically be allowed to join.
Deadly Protests Engulf Gaza as US Opens Embassy in Jerusalem

Deadly Protests Engulf Gaza as US Opens Embassy in Jerusalem

More protests are expected Tuesday along the Gaza border following a day of clashes in which Israeli forces killed at least 58 Palestinians and wounded more than 2,700.Monday was the deadliest day of
US China Sending Signals, but is Deal Close?

US China Sending Signals, but is Deal Close?

Even before U.S. and Chinese officials were sitting down this week for a second round of high-level trade talks in Washington, both sides signaled a willingness to try and make a deal or at least meet
California Sets Sights on Solar Power

California Sets Sights on Solar Power

California last week became the first U.S. state to require solar installations on most new homes by the year 2020.The mandate on single-family houses and multifamily units of up to three stories is
Border Town Residents: No Simple Fix to US Immigration Issue

Border Town Residents: No Simple Fix to US Immigration Issue

Longtime residents along the U.S./Mexico border in southern Arizona and California have seen walls rise and National Guard troops deployed. Though often portrayed as a black-and-white issue - human
Trump: Melania Recovering from Medical Procedure

Trump: Melania Recovering from Medical Procedure

U.S. President Donald Trump says his wife, Melania, is recovering from a procedure to treat what aides described as a noncancerous kidney condition."Our great First Lady is doing really well. Will be
Muslim Americans Observe Start of Ramadan

Muslim Americans Observe Start of Ramadan

Muslims around the world are preparing for the holy month of Ramadan, a period of fasting, reflection and communal gatherings, which starts Tuesday. Muslim-Americans of diverse backgrounds and
US Sanctions Head of Iran's Central Bank

US Sanctions Head of Iran's Central Bank

The United States has imposed sanctions on the head of Iran's central bank Valiollah Seif , accusing him of helping funnel millions of dollars to Lebanon-based militant group Hezbollah.“Iran’s Central
US Homeland Security Unveils New Cyber Security Strategy Amid Threats

US Homeland Security Unveils New Cyber Security Strategy Amid Threats

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security on Tuesday unveiled a new national strategy for addressing the growing number of cyber security risks as it works to assess them and reduce
Toxic Gases Add to Hazards Near Hawaii's Erupting Kilauea Volcano

Toxic Gases Add to Hazards Near Hawaii's Erupting Kilauea Volcano

Toxic gas emanating from steaming gashes on the flank of Hawaii's erupting Kilauea volcano on Tuesday added to the danger facing residents, whose escape routes are threatened with closure because of
US Senate Preps for Net Neutrality Vote

US Senate Preps for Net Neutrality Vote

Senate Democrats are mounting a last-ditch campaign to preserve so-called "net neutrality" that has prevented certain content or users from being slowed on the internet in the United States — an
US Consumer Spending Picking Up; Gasoline Prices a Threat

US Consumer Spending Picking Up; Gasoline Prices a Threat

U.S. retail sales increased marginally in April as rising gasoline prices cut into discretionary spending, but consumer spending appeared on track to accelerate after slowing sharply in the first
California Executives Mentor Businesses Helping Migrants, Ex-Slaves

California Executives Mentor Businesses Helping Migrants, Ex-Slaves

Top Silicon Valley executives will help to grow the businesses of 21 entrepreneurs helping migrants, refugees and trafficking survivors, California's oldest university said on Tuesday, as companies