Stung by Election Losses, House GOP Weighs Leadership Choice

WASHINGTON —  Frustration, finger-pointing and questions spilled over a closed-door meeting of House Republicans Tuesday night as lawmakers sorted through an election defeat that cost

Prospect of Chinese Control of Djibouti Port Concerns Senators

WASHINGTON —  Two prominent U.S. senators expressed alarm Tuesday about the military and political consequences if China gains control of a port terminal in Djibouti,

Experts: Cancellation of US-N. Korea Meeting Suggests Snag in Talks

The abrupt cancellation of high-level talks between the United States and North Korea suggests denuclearization negotiations between Washington and Pyongyang have hit a snag, experts

US in China Trade Talks Again, Demands ‘Change of Posture’

WASHINGTON —  U.S. President Donald Trump’s top economic adviser said on Tuesday that the United States welcomed the resumption of talks with China on trade,

Pentagon Chief to Visit US Southern Border Wednesday

PENTAGON —  Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis says he will travel to the U.S. southern border Wednesday, where thousands of American troops have been deployed

US Trial to Tell Epic Tale of Mexican Drug Lord 'El Chapo'

NEW YORK —  During the height of Mexican drug wars in 1993, an attempted hit on Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman went wrong. A team of

US Losing Its Luster for Foreign Students

WASHINGTON —  The U.S. still attracts record numbers of international students, but the sticker shock of college tuition and negative political rhetoric is slowing down

US VP Pence Seeks 'Update' on Trade Talks with Japan

TOKYO —  U.S. Vice President Mike Pence told Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday that he was looking forward to an “update” on talks

Search for Bodies Continues Amid California Inferno

Authorities searched Monday for more 200 people who were unaccounted for, as fires rage in Northern and Southern California. The death toll stands at 42.

US Acting AG Will Consult With Ethics Officials on Possible Recusals

WASHINGTON —  Acting U.S. Attorney General Matthew Whitaker will consult with ethics officials about any matters that could require him to recuse himself, the Justice

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