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The US Army's Ironhorse Brigade has arrived in Europe for the latest nine-month rotation. The deployment is part of ongoing efforts to reassert the US and NATO's presence on the continent. The brigade's arrival also underscores efforts to boost the alliance's ability to operate on the
WASHINGTON (AP) — A Pentagon report to Congress says nuclear weapons are central to North Korea's strategic goal of ensuring the perpetual the rule of the Kim family dynasty.
Tom Brady is not with the New England Patriots for the voluntary OTAs. Brady has said in the past that he believes OTAs are important for setting up a team for a strong offseason. While Brady is far from the first player to skip OTAs, it's noteworthy that he isn't there for the first time since
WASHINGTON/KABUL (Reuters) - A three-star general who leads the Joint Special Operations Command overseeing some of the most sensitive U.S. commando missions has been picked to lead the nearly 17-year-old Afghan war, five U.S. officials told Reuters. Army Lieutenant General Scott Miller would replace
The New York state Legislature was poised to vote for the temporary successor to fill the attorney general's position Tuesday, two weeks after Erie Schneiderman suddenly resigned amid allegations he physically abused four women he dated. Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie announced that the Democrat-controlled
Bob Baffert has a good feeling about Justify's chances of winning the final leg of the Triple Crown at the Belmont Stakes. The famed horse trainer appeared on the "PodcastOne Sports Now" show to talk to co-hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg about the June 9 race and Justify's shot at
GENEVA/ALGIERS (Reuters) - The United Nations on Tuesday urged Algeria to stop rounding up and expelling sub-Saharan migrants, highlighting an influx of immigrants from Mali and Niger that Algeria says it needs U.N. help to address. Hassen Kacimi, a senior official at Algeria's Interior Ministry
A group of conservative Republicans, including some of U.S. President Donald Trump's closest allies in Congress, on Tuesday demanded the appointment of a second special counsel to investigate the Department of Justice investigation into Trump's campaign, Russia and the 2016 U.S. election. At
"Fox & Friends" on Tuesday discussed ESPN's Jemele Hill being named "Journalist of the Year" by the National Association of Black Journalists on Tuesday. "Fox & Friends" on Tuesday devoted a segment to discussing ESPN's Jemele Hill being named "Journalist of
Trump demanded over the weekend that the Justice Department investigate whether the FBI infiltrated his presidential campaign. The Justice Department later said it would expand an open investigation into the ongoing Russia probe by examining whether there was any politically motivated surveillance.
Campaign group Amnesty International said on Tuesday it had gathered evidence that insurgents from a Rohingya Muslim armed group killed scores of Hindu civilians in August last year, amid a surge in violence in western Myanmar. A military response to insurgent attacks on 30 police posts and an army
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is apologizing for the internet giant's failure to prevent some of the internet tools it has developed from being misused. During a testimony at the European Parliament Zuckerberg said Tuesday that whether it was "fake news, foreign interference in elections and
WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress is hurtling toward dismantling a chunk of the rules framework for banks installed to prevent a recurrence of the 2008 financial crisis that brought millions of lost jobs and foreclosed homes.
Lawyers for the Bodo community in Nigeria's oil-producing Niger Delta, which was devastated by two major oil spills a decade ago, went to court in London on Tuesday to fend off what they said was an attempt by Shell to kill off their litigation. The Bodo oil spills have been the subject of years
Forces loyal to Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar engaged in fierce clashes around the city of Derna on Tuesday, as two soldiers were killed in a car bomb and another was abducted from a checkpoint elsewhere in the east. The fighting south-west of Derna was the most intense since Haftar's Libyan National
WASHINGTON (AP) — After striking a delicate deal with the United Arab Emirates on rules for airline competition, the Trump administration went to war with itself about what the agreement actually said.
A Myanmar judge on Tuesday allowed the submission of evidence police say they obtained from the mobile phones of two Reuters reporters arrested in December for alleged possession of secret documents, in what has become a landmark press freedom case. The court in Yangon has been holding hearings since
LONDON (AP) — Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, have arrived at their first royal event as newlyweds.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Moscow has a negative view of U.S. sanctions against Venezuela's state debt and will not comply with them, Alexander Shchetinin, the head of Latin American department at Russia's Foreign Ministry, was quoted as saying by Interfax news agency on Tuesday.
House Republicans leaving a private meeting say a frustrated Speaker Paul Ryan wants them to band together and act more like a majority party. Nevada GOP Rep. Mark Amodei says Ryan expressed exasperation about divisions over immigration. Leaders told lawmakers they're planning votes on immigration
The advocacy group GLAAD says LGBTQ representation in films from the seven biggest Hollywood studios fell significantly in 2017 according to a study released Tuesday. GLAAD says in its sixth annual report that of the 109 major releases surveyed from 2017, 12.8 percent included LGBTQ characters.
The United States was among a string of countries that did not recognize Sunday's vote. President Donald Trump issued an executive order on Monday limiting Venezuela's ability to sell state assets, heightening pressure on Maduro's cash-strapped government. Maduro's socialist government
Libya is too divided to hold elections and risks partition if it goes ahead with a vote without security guarantees and a national consensus on building a state, a former rebel prime minister said on Tuesday. Mahmoud Jibril, who led the National Transitional Council during the uprising that toppled