Massive Multinational Maneuvers Put Iran on Notice
The United States and more than 30 other countries have conducted the largest ever minesweeping exercise in the Persian Gulf -- where Iran i...
California Immigrants Become Politically Active
American cities attract immigrants from around the world, and they bring changes to their new neighborhoods. Newcomers from Asia and Latin A...
US Economy Grew at Slower Pace in Second Quarter
The U.S. economy grew at a slower pace from April to June than previously thought. Final government estimates for the second quarter show U...
Oil Giants Eye Arctic Reserves
As oil giant Shell calls a temporary halt to its exploration activities in the Arctic because of concerns over safety, lawmakers in Britain ...
Ban Calls for Renewed Effort to Wipe Out Polio
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon Thursday called on U.N. member states to step up their efforts to eradicate polio. Meeting with...
Kenny Chesney's Latest Album Builds on Success
Since 1994, Kenny Chesney has sold more than 30 million albums, topped the Country singles chart 23 times and entertained over 11 million fa...
Sirleaf: Liberia Will not Destabilize its Neighbors
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says she will never allow her country to be used to destabilize neighboring countries.
Car Index Indicates Growth Potential High in Developing Nations
The International Monetary Fund hints it may cut global growth forecasts again next month when it updates its projections for the world econ...
Vietnam Could Become World's Biggest Rice Exporter
This year, Vietnam may surpass Thailand as the world's biggest rice exporter. For the long-term, the country is increasing its rice qualit...
Clinton Global Initiative Wraps NY Meeting
The Clinton Global Initiative, or CGI, wrapped up its annual meeting in New York with a focus on food security. The three-day event garnered...
Americana Music Industry Hands Out Honors
Alabama Shakes, Gillian Welch and The Civil Wars all took home trophies when the 11th Americana Honors and Awards were handed out in Nashvil...
Colorado Business Owners Divided about Presidential Politics
Polls show the U.S. presidential race is very close in the swing state of Colorado, a western state that has more than doubled in population...
Oil-rich Cabinda Still Waits for Independence from Angola
When Angolan President Jose Eduardo Dos Santos is inaugurated for another term in office, many in the province of Cabinda are not expected t...
Remembering Andy Williams
Singer Andy Williams died Tuesday September 25 at his home in Branson, Missouri after a long battle with bladder cancer. He was 84 years ol...
Kix Brooks Goes Solo on 'New To This Town'
Kix Brooks left his native Louisiana for Nashville, Tennessee in the early 1980s to pursue a solo career in Country music. That idea was si...
Schwarzenegger Becomes Policy Analyst
Former California governor and one-time action star Arnold Schwarzenegger has embarked on a new career - as a policy analyst and senior stat...
Leaders at UN Express Concern About Anti-Islam Violence, Syria
U.S. President Barack Obama urged world leaders to speak out strongly against violence and extremism in the wake of an anti-Islam video that...
Obama Calls Human Trafficking 'Slavery,' Announces New Measures
After his speech to the United Nations General Assembly Tuesday, U.S. President Barack Obama used an appearance at the Clinton Global Initia...
Colorado Hispanic Vote Important in 2012 Election
One of the U.S. states where President Barack Obama, the Democratic Party nominee for president, and Republican Party challenger Mitt Romney...
Colorado May Determine 2012 Presidential Election
This year's presidential election may be decided in a handful of so-called "swing states," where President Obama and challenger Mitt Romn...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
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Africa's Baobab Trees Are Dying
US Navy Gives Women Permission to Let their Hair Down
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New Company Puts Robots in Seniors' Homes
Scientists Risk Heat, Gas to Study Hawaii Volcano
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Close to Finland, NATO Troops Train for Battle
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