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Britain Expels 23 Russian Diplomats
By Kelly Jean Kelly14 March, 2018Britain will expel 23 Russian diplomats in answer to a chemical attack on a Russian double agent and his da...
Legendary Physicist Stephen Hawking Dies at 76
By Bryan Lynn14 March, 2018Stephen Hawking, the most famous physicist of his time, has died at the age of 76.A family spokesman said Hawking...
Nuclear Threats on Anniversary of Nagasaki Atomic Bombing
The threat of a nuclear conflict between the United States and North Korea affected an event marking the anniversary of world's second atom...
US Open to North Korea Talks if Missile Tests Halted
The American Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says North Korea could signal that it is ready for talks by halting its missile tests.On Monda...
Experts: North Korea Lacks Missile Technology to Reach Mainland US
North Korea still lacks the necessary technology to send a nuclear weapon all the way to the United States mainland, say experts.But the sam...
Russia Orders Big Cut in US Diplomatic Staff in Moscow
Russia has called on the United States to show "political will" to improve relations between the two countries.The comment comes one day a...
US Sanctions Bill Goes to Trump, Russia Responds
The United States Congress has approved a bill placing new sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea.The measure passed both houses of Congr...
In the News - Samsung Launches Long-Awaited Galaxy S8
Samsung has launched its much-awaited new smartphone, the Galaxy S8, at a media event in New York. The launch came after Samsung was forced ...
In the News - Half-brother of Kim Jong Un Killed in Malaysia
Reports say two women used poison to kill Kim Jong Nam at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Kim, the older brother of North Korea’s leade...
In the News - Russia’s President: No Expulsions to Answer US Punishments
On Friday, Russian President Vladimir Putin said he would take no action in response to President Barack Obama’s measures against Russia fo...
In the News - ‘Star Wars’ Actress Carrie Fisher Dies
Carrie Fisher was the daughter of Hollywood start Debbie Reynolds and singer and Eddie Fisher. She wrote books about her experiences and pro...
In the News - Suspect in Berlin Truck Attack Shot by Police in Italy
The suspected driver in the truck attack at a Christmas market in Germany was shot and killed Friday by police in Italy. German officials co...
In the News - What is the 2016 Word of the Year?
The American dictionary Merriam-Webster has named “surreal” its 2016 Word of the Year. Merriam-Webster’s Learner’s Dictionary defines th...
In the News - China Battles Worst Air Pollution of the Year
China has suffered through its worst air pollution of the year over the past week. More than 70 Chinese cities issued warnings to citizens i...
In the News - German Police Free First Suspect in Berlin Truck Attack
German police have released a man arrested shortly after a deadly truck attack on a Christmas market in Berlin. Officials said there was not...
In the News - Report: China Put Weapons on South China Sea Islands
China appears to have added weapons to man-made islands it built in the South China Sea, says the Center for Strategic and International Stu...
In the News - TIME Magazine Names Donald Trump “Person of the Year”
Time magazine named Donald Trump its “Person of the Year” on Wednesday. The magazine called him “President of the Divided States of Ameri...
In the News - Plane Carrying Football Team From Brazil Crashes in Colombia
At least 76 people were killed when an airplane carrying a Brazilian football team crashed Monday night in Colombia.
In the News - Former Cuban President Fidel Castro Dies at 90
Fidel Castro lived to see Washington announce the re-establishment of full diplomatic relations with Havana and the subsequent visit by a U....
In the News - Trump Begins Forming White House Team with Campaign Loyalists
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump has begun choosing his top White House advisors. His first two choices, Reince Priebus and Stephen Bannon,...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
Education Report - How Well is English Spoken Worldwide?
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Study: North Korea, Eritrea Have Highest Levels of ‘Modern Slavery’
Duck Boat Accident Kills 17
'The Caliph, Cupid and the Clock,' by O. Henry
Diego Maradona Signs with Belarus Football Team
Death Sentence Having Little Effect on Drug in Southeast Asia
US Farmers Preparing for Long-Term Effects of Trade War
US Prosecutors Say Russian Woman Has Ties to Spies
Separated Families Win Small Victory from US Court
EU Fines Google a Record $5 Billion
President Obama Pushes On For Innovation
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