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Summit Day: What Happened at Historic Trump-Kim Meeting?

Summit Day: What Happened at Historic Trump-Kim Meeting?

Here’s a look at what happened on Singapore’s Sentosa Island on Tuesday.
Communication Breakdown When President Trump Takes it Personal

Communication Breakdown When Trump Takes it Personal

The spat with our allies may just be the beginning of a new chaos and needs correction.
1,475 Children Lost: Ineptitude and Demoralization of US Government's New Immigration Policies

Ineptitude and Demoralization of US Government’s Immigration Policies

Federal officials revealed they lost track of nearly 1,500 migrant children after a government agency placed the minors in the homes of adult sponsors in communities across the country.
Resentment over Trump Election Helped Fuel Weinstein Case

Resentment over Trump Election Helped Fuel Weinstein Case

Millions of American women resented that a man who’d bragged about sexually assaulting women had been elected president. Then came an electrifying moment.
Long Odds for Peace as Trump Toils Mideast with Embassy Move

Long Odds for Peace as Trump Toils Mideast with Embassy Move

Trump’s prospects for brokering the Mideast peace “deal of the century” has plunged ever deeper as the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem opened amid bloodshed in Gaza.
Americans Are Becoming More Anxious Than Before

Americans Are Becoming More Anxious Than Before

Americans are becoming more anxious about their safety, health, finances, politics and relationships, a new online poll from the American Psychiatric Association finds.
Airplane and Oil Deals at Risk in Trump Pullout of Iran Deal

Airplane and Oil Deals at Risk in Trump Pullout of Iran Deal

From airplanes to oilfields, billions of dollars are on the line for international corporations as President Trump weighs whether to pull America out of Iran’s nuclear deal.
Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders Facing Credibility Questions

‘Were You Lying?’ Sanders Faces New Credibility Questions

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is facing a barrage of questions about whether she purposely misled the American people.
More Kids Have Autism, Better Diagnosis May Be the Reason

More Kids Have Autism, Better Diagnosis May Be the Reason

The government estimates that autism is becoming more common and some experts think it can be largely explained by better diagnosing of minority children.
A Look at DNA-sharing Services and Broad Privacy Concerns

A Look at DNA-sharing Services and Broad Privacy Concerns

There are broader questions about what happens after consumers mail their saliva away for DNA analysis and upload the results to the internet.
Cosby’s Life of Achievement Stained by Assault Conviction

Cosby’s Life of Achievement Stained by Assault Conviction

His wildly successful stand-up concerts and albums, the smash hit TV shows, the immense comedic talent that gave him power to change pop culture — nothing is left unstained.
Raul Castro Leaves Cuba with New Freedoms, Deep Problems

Raul Castro Leaves Cuba with New Freedoms, Deep Problems

In 2008 Raul Castro took over a country where most people couldn’t own computers or cellphones, leave without permission, run most types of private businesses. Will there be change now?
What’s in Those Seized Records? Trump’s Biggest New Worry

What’s in Those Seized Records? Trump’s Biggest New Worry

President Trump and his allies have hit a new level of anxiety after the raid on his personal attorney’s office, fearful of deeper exposure for Trump.
Takeaway: Zuckerberg Faced ‘Grandpa’ Questions from Lawmakersvideo

Takeaway: Zuckerberg Faced ‘Grandpa’ Questions from Lawmakers

The hearings were a major test for Zuckerberg. Facebook is confronting its biggest privacy scandal in 14 years after. He pulled it through; Congress, not so much.
Xi vs Trump: Who Has the Better Hand in Potential Trade War?

Xi vs Trump: Who Has the Better Hand in Potential Trade War?

The brewing China-U.S. trade conflict features two leaders who’ve expressed friendship but are equally determined to pursue their nation’s interests
Trump Escalates Attack on Amazon, Focusing on Tax, Shipping

Why Trump Attack on Amazon Focusing on Tax, Shipping is Wrong

Without evidence any evidence to back up his criticisms or suggest any specific actions he planned to take, President Donald Trump accused Amazon.com Inc...
Stormy Daniels’ Media-Savvy Lawyer is Trump’s Newest Nemesis

Stormy Daniels’ Media-Savvy Lawyer is Trump’s Newest Nemesis

Daring Trump to underestimate him, Avenatti, 47, says this case is a natural fit for a “dragon slayer” who has spent his career trying to help Davids fight Goliaths.
"March For Our Lives" Broke the Silence, Inspired Change

The “March For Our Lives” Broke the Silence, Inspired Change

The March for Our Lives is the first major statement by Americans born after 1999, and it has brought visible change and possible long-term effects.
Kim’s Trip Shows China’s Value in Korean Diplomacy

Kim’s Trip Shows China’s Value in Korean Diplomacy

Just how much is still open to debate, but the visit shows Kim Jong Un hasn’t forgotten his only major ally despite recent antipathy.
Decision to Add Citizenship Question to Census Draws Protest

Decision to Add Citizenship Question to Census Draws Protest

The Trump administration’s decision to ask people about their citizenship in the 2020 census set off worries among Democrats.
Parkland Teens Keep Gun-Control Grown-ups at Arm’s Length

Parkland Teens Keep Gun-Control Grown-ups at Arm’s Length

Within days of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland shooting, they launched a crusade against gun violence. And they are worked furiously.
Trump Views Designs for Border Wall While Bashing California - No Way to Gauge President Trump’s Border Wall Promises

No Way to Gauge President Trump’s Border Wall Promises

Here’s a look at some of President Trump's remarks Tuesday in San Diego and how they compare with the facts.
Lots of Talk, Little Action on Curbing Health Care Costs

There’s Lots of Talk, but Little Action on Curbing Health Care Costs

Congress’ effort to stabilize the nation’s insurance markets is faltering amid escalating demands by each party and erratic positions by President Trump.
Gun Background Check System Riddled with Flaws

Gun Background Check System Riddled with Flaws

It only works if federal agencies, the military, states, courts and local law enforcement do a better job of sharing information with the background check system
Trump Risks Trade War to Fulfill Political Pledge

Trump Risks Trade War to Fulfill Political Pledge

Most GOP lawmakers have balked at Trump’s approach and lawmakers fear a trade war could wipe away economic gains and leave them on shaky ground with voters in November.
Lobbyists Get Ethics Waivers to Work for Trump

What Swamp? Lobbyists Get Ethics Waivers to Work for Trump

President Donald Trump and his appointees have stocked federal agencies with ex-lobbyists and corporate lawyers who now help regulate the very industries they worked for.
Puerto Ricans still Stranded in Hotels 6 Months after Storm

Puerto Ricans still Stranded in Hotels 6 Months after Storm

Nearly six months after the storm, almost 10,000 Puerto Ricans are scattered across 37 states and the U.S. territory, still receiving temporary housing assistance from FEMA.
Trump’s Tariff Talk Provokes Rarely Seen Urgency Among GOP

Trump’s Tariff Talk Provokes Rarely Seen Urgency Among GOP

Trump’s decision to seek steep tariffs on steel and aluminum imports has provoked rarely seen urgency among Republicans.
Congress Has Ideas on Gun Violence, but No Consensus

Congress Has Ideas on Gun Violence, but No Consensus

No plan appears ready to take off despite a long list of proposals, including many from President Donald Trump.
Ex-Trump Campaign Associates Face more Charges by Special Counsel

Latest Mueller Indictment Spells Trouble for Bankers

The most serious exposure may be for a Rhode Island-based bank that employed a “conspirator” in Manafort’s scheme to obtain a loan he couldn’t afford.
Trump Roars on Twitter about Russia Probe but Misses

Trump Roars on Twitter about Russia Probe but Misses

Fact checking the President's tweets over the weekend as the latest turn in the Russia investigation seemingly placed him on the defensive.
#MarchForOurLives: Breaking the Silence to Confront the Status Quo

Breaking the Silence to Confront the Status Quo on Gun Violence

Listen to the voice of a movement created by, inspired by, and led by students across the country who will no longer be silent and risk their lives waiting for someone else to take action.
Indictment: Social Media Companies Got Played by Russian Agents

Indictment: Social Media Companies Got Played by Russian Agents

And it’s not clear if the companies like Facebook and Twitter have taken sufficient action to prevent something similar from happening again.
Takeaways from Mueller’s Russian Meddling Indictment

Key Takeaways from Mueller’s Russian Meddling Indictment

President Donald Trump tweeted that the indictment proves there was “no collusion!” What does the indictment mean for Trump?
Trump’s Economic Policy Rooted in Debt

Analysis: Trump’s Economic Policy Rooted in Debt

One clear principle runs through President Donald Trump’s emerging economic policy: Debt is good. The White House budget plan released Monday is the latest example of the Trump principle.
Agency-by-Agency Highlights of Trump’s 2019 Budget

Agency-by-Agency Highlights of President Trump’s 2019 Budget

These are agency-by-agency highlights of President Donald Trump’s budget for fiscal year 2019, released Monday.
False Alarms Highlight Weaknesses in National Alert System

False Alarms Highlight Weaknesses in National Alert System

Last month’s bogus ballistic missile warning in Hawaii and, now, this week’s tsunami snafu have highlighted trouble spots.
Trump Support Vital as Congress Tackles Immigration Issue

Trump Support Vital as Congress Tackles Immigration Issue

If the aim is to pass a legislative solution, Trump will be a crucial and, at times, complicating player. Yet his ultimate support will be vital.
How Sports Can Start a Movement

Method vs. Message: How Sports Can Start a Movement

Kaepernick and LeBron helped set a stake in the ground, declaring to athletes across all sports that their platforms could be used for more than fun and games.
Will Intelligence Agencies Stop Confiding to Congress?

Will Intelligence Agencies Stop Confiding to Congress?

Spy agencies could start sharing less information with Congress, weakening oversight. Lawmakers will try to declassify more intelligence for political gain.
More Teens Identify as Transgender in the United States

Not Just Boy and Girl; More Teens Identify as Transgender

Far more U.S. teens than previously thought are transgender or identify themselves using other nontraditional gender terms, new research suggests.
What the GOP Memo Says (and Doesn’t Say)

What the GOP Memo Says (and Doesn’t Say)

What allegations does the memo make in regards to misconduct on the part of the FBI and the Justice Department in the Russia investigation?
#MeToo Movement Starting to Show Generational Divides

#MeToo Movement Starting to Show Generational Divides

Compared to their elders, younger women are seen as generally more willing to speak out about being sexually harassed, and bring a new set of expectations to their sexual relationships.
Outdoor Gear Sales slip as Millennials Drive Shift in Habits

Outdoor Gear Sales slip as Millennials Drive Shift in Habits

Sales of outdoor equipment are slipping as millennials are favoring clothes and sporting goods that are less specialized and more versatile.
So Where is President Trump’s 3 Percent Growth

So Where is President Trump’s 3 Percent Growth?

President Donald Trump on Friday praised an America that is “roaring back” just as his government was releasing figures showing a year of economic growth
Sequel to Trump’s First Year Opens with Crises, Unease

Sequel to Trump’s First Year Opened with Crises, Unease

After 365 days in the Oval Office, Trump has found that his drive to deliver quickly on campaign promises has yielded to the sobering reality of governing.
Even Without El Nino Last Year, Earth Keeps on Warmingvideo

Even Without El Nino Last Year, Earth Keeps on Warming

Either way, scientists say it showed a clear signal of man-made global warming because it was the hottest year they’ve seen without an El Nino boosting temperatures naturally.
Trump Claims Credit for What is Still Mostly Obama’s Economy

Trump Claims Credit for What is Still Mostly Obama’s Economy

In the year since Trump’s inauguration, most analysts tend to agree on this: The economy remains essentially the same sturdy one he inherited from Barack Obama.
Democratic Freedoms Waning in Under Trump

Watchdog: Democratic Freedoms Waning in Under Trump

The think tank slammed the Trump administration for withdrawing from America’s “historical commitment to promoting and supporting democracy.”
Trust and Truth Under Trump: Americans are in a Quandary

Trust and Truth Under Trump: Americans are in a Quandary

Interviews across the polarized country as well as polling from Trump’s first year suggest people seek out various outlets of information, including Trump’s Twitter account, and trust none in particular.
President Trump Presidency is at Odds with Martin Luther King’s Legacy

Trump Presidency is at Odds with Martin Luther King’s Legacy

The first Martin Luther King Jr. holiday of Donald Trump’s presidency is taking place amid a racial firestorm of Trump’s own making.
Trump Comments Highlight Racial Impact of Migration Platform

Trump Comments Highlight Racial Impact of Migration Platform

President Donald Trump’s use of a vulgar term to describe African countries triggered widespread condemnation.
Why is El Salvador so Dangerous

Why is El Salvador so Dangerous? 4 Essential Reads

How did El Salvador become so violent? These four articles shed some light on the country’s complex crime problem. Spoiler: It’s not just about the gangs.
Trump-Bannon Feud Lays Bare New Fissure in Fractious GOP

Trump-Bannon Feud Lays Bare New Fissure in Fractious GOP

The new fissure in an already fractious Republican Party cast doubt on Bannon’s hopes to foment a movement centered on “Trumpism without Trump.”
Americans Must Take on a Debate about Gun Control and Violence

Gun Control: Can Americans Force a Debate About Guns and Violence?

Whenever a mass shooting occurs, supporters of gun rights argue it's inappropriate to bring up political debates about gun control in the aftermath of a tragedy. But when will they do it? It's time to start the debate.
Tough Year, and Tough Times Ahead for the NFL

Tough Year, and Tough Times Ahead for the NFL

That the NFL is having issues isn’t anything new. A league that once seemed untouchable is under siege as the turbulent 2017 regular season draws to a close.
Why Justice is More Important than the Rule of Law

Why Justice is More Important than the Rule of Law

Rather than issues related to their work or families, respondents Americans are most worried about the “future of the nation” and the “current social divisiveness.”
A Sweeping Tax Plan Whose Promises Face Widespread Doubts

A Sweeping Tax Plan Whose Promises Face Widespread Doubts

The GOP Tax Cuts and Jobs Act amounts to the most far-reaching rewrite of American tax law since 1986 — without the support of a single Democrat in Congress.
The Year of #MeToo

The Year of #MeToo: A Scoop, a Tweet, and then a Reckoning

It began with a news story, and then a tweet, and suddenly it seemed like everything had changed overnight. 2017 will forever be known as the Year of the Reckoning.
Risks of the GOP Tax Overhaul Amounts to a High-stakes Gamble

GOP Betting That its Fix for US Economy Will Defy Warnings

The legislation would add at least $1 trillion to federal deficits that were already sure to swell as baby boomers retire and draw on Social Security and Medicare.
Net Neutrality Repeal Gives Democrats Fresh Way to Reach Millennials

Net Neutrality Scraped Off, a Fresh Way for Democrats to Reach Millennials

Commission voted Thursday to dismantle its net neutrality regulations. The advocacy group Free Press, and probably others, will challenge the FCC’s decision.
Workplace Romance Under Spotlight After Sex Scandals

Workplace Romance Under Spotlight After Recent Flood of Sex Scandals

Office relationships that might have flown under the radar — particularly those between boss and subordinate — are getting a new look.
Sandy Hook 5 Years Later: Find Meaning Out of a Senseless Tragedy

Sandy Hook 5 Years Later: Find Meaning Out of a Senseless Tragedy

Activism, charity sustain Sandy Hook families 5 years later. The Sandy Hook families have started various projects in memory of their family members.
New Tax Bill Will Make Americans Less Healthy

The New Tax Bill Will Make Americans Less Healthy – Bad for the Economy

The new tax bill, passed by the Senate early Saturday, is not just about taxes. It has significant consequences for the American health care...
Charter Schools are Among the Nation’s Most Segregated

Charter Schools Across the Nation Put Growing Numbers in Racial Isolation

The charter school movement born a quarter of a century ago has thrived in large urban areas, often aim to serve students who have been let down by their district schools..
Sex Cases Put Spotlight on Sex Addiction, But Is It Real?

Sexual Misconduct Accusations Put Spotlight on Sex Addiction, But Is It Real?

Is sex addiction a true addiction, a crime, or a made-up condition used by misbehaving VIPs to deflect blame or repair tarnished images?
President Trump's Tax Bill Balloons Deficit, Hurts Poor

Analysts Estimate President Trump’s Tax Bill Balloons Deficit, Hurts Poor

The latest U.S. Senate version of a Republican tax bill would balloon the federal budget deficit and hurt poor Americans more than first estimated.
Gorsuch’s Early Reviews: What Right Hoped for, Left Feared

Justice Neil Gorsuch’s Early Reviews: What Right Hoped for, Left Feared

The 50-year-old justice has been almost exactly what conservatives hoped for and liberals dreaded. He has consistently, even aggressively, lined up with the court’s most conservative justices.
How Trump Has Changed American Life

Beyond the Daily Drama and Twitter Battles, Trump is Altering American Life

The administration has left its mark in smaller ways, as well, rolling back or delaying Obama-era rules and regulations.
Anniversary of Konrad Reuland Tragedy Reminds Us of the Toll of Brain Aneurysms

Anniversary of Konrad Reuland Tragedy Reminds Us of the Toll of Brain Aneurysms

Reuland’s decision to check the organ-donor box on a driver’s license form, changed not only the course of Carew’s life but those of two other people who received Reuland’s liver and kidney.
Trump Era Sparks New Debate About Nuclear War Authority

Trump Era Sparks New Debate About Nuclear War Authority

It’s hard to overstate how thoroughly the U.S. military has prepared for doomsday — the day America gets into a nuclear shooting war. No detail...
Winners and Losers Under the Senate Tax Overhaul Proposal

Who Wins and Who Loses Under the Senate Tax Overhaul Proposal?

Wealthy individuals and their heirs win big. An estimated 13 million Americans could lose health insurance coverage under the Senate bill. This explains some winners and losers under the Senate tax overhaul proposal.
As Sex Scandals Topple the Powerful, Why Not Trump

As Sex Scandals Topple the Powerful, Why Not President Trump?

Trump is selectively aiming his Twitter guns at those under scrutiny for sexual misconduct. He’s been largely silent about Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore but hasn’t hesitated to skewer Democratic Sen. Al Franken.
Toxic Algae, a Severe Nationwide Threat

Toxic Algae: Once a Nuisance, Now a Severe Nationwide Threat

Algae sometimes multiply out of control. Outbreaks have been reported in every state, a trend likely to accelerate as climate change boosts water temperatures.
Donald Trump Jr.’s Private Messages with WikiLeaks

Q&A: Donald Trump Jr.’s Private Messages with WikiLeaks

President Donald Trump’s eldest son exchanged private messages with WikiLeaks has raised new questions about the Trump campaign’s communications.
Farm Sector Looks to Automate as President Trump Targets Immigrants

As Trump Targets Immigrants, the Farm Sector Looks to Automate

A report by WinterGreen Research forecast significant growth in the use of robotics in “every aspect of farming, milking, food production” and other agricultural enterprises.
Evidence of Global Warming is Stronger than Ever: U.S. Report

US Report Contradicts Top Trump Administration Officials: Warming Mostly Man-Made

The report also documented how different climate change-caused events can interact in a complex way to make life worse such as the California wildfires.
Trump on Terrorism, Taxes and Russia Probe - Facts Check

Trump on Terrorism, Taxes and Head-snapping Developments of the Russia Probe

Terrorism, taxes and Russia tribulations provided fertile ground for President Donald Trump and others to sow confusion over the past week.
How Russians Hacked the Democrats’ Emails

Inside Story: How Russians Hacked the Democratic Party’s Emails

AP drew on forensic data to report that the hackers known as Fancy Bear were closely aligned with the interests of the Russian government.
Let the Special Counsel Robert Mueller Do his Job

Do Something: Let the Special Counsel Robert Mueller Do his Job

It is not right that the president of the United States, even when feeling under political attack, is trying to discredit the Justice Department Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe.
Automation Has Actually Helped Create Jobs in E-Commerce

In Fact, the Explosive Growth of E-commerce Could Mean More Jobs

By accelerating delivery times, robotics and software have made online shopping an increasingly viable alternative to bricks-and-mortar stores, and sales have ballooned at online retailers.
What John F. Kennedy 2,800 Records Released Revealed

Botulism Pills, the CIA, the Mob and President John F. Kennedy Assassination

The release of thousands of records relating to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy hasn’t settled the best-known, real-life whodunit in American history.
Retailers Offer New Tools to Help Shoppers Finding Items that Fit Properly

Fit or miss? Retailers Offer New Tools to Help Shoppers

Companies are smart to offer new tools, but many are too “gimmicky.” will brand-specific apps be the way for people to shop in the future?
President Trump Administration Shows is Mostly White and Male

White and Male: Broader Bureaucracy Mirrors President Trump Cabinet’s Profile

Office of Personnel Management numbers analyzed by Reuters show that 88 percent of Trump administration appointees were non-Hispanic white and 62 percent were men.
Three-Quarters of Americans Favor Higher Taxes for Wealthy People

Three-Quarters of Americans Favor Higher Taxes for Wealthy: Reuters/Ipsos Poll

Independent analysts have said Trump’s blueprint would provide uneven tax relief and in some cases, benefit the very wealthy.
Population Growth Along U.S. Coasts Despite Punishing Hurricanes

U.S. Coastal Growth Continues Despite Lessons of Past Storms

Nothing seems to curb America's appetite for life near the sea, especially in the warmer climates of the South.
Let's Debate When NFL Players Take a Knee, Not Walk Away

Argue About the #TakeaKnee Motive, but Don’t Walk Out on a Constitutional Right

Vice President Mike Pence left the 49ers-Colts game after about a dozen San Francisco players took a knee during the national anthem. Was that the right decision?
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade: The Perfect Pair - Dwyane Wade Talks his Return to Miami

Perfect Pair: Wade, LeBron ‘Like Peanut Butter and Jelly’

Reunited with the Cavaliers after their four-year run, Wade and James are again teammates, a fact that neither of them can believe.
Fact Checking President Donald Trump's Tax Planvideo

Fact Check: Smoke and Mirrors in President Donald Trump’s Tax Plan

Trump promised big tax cuts and a booming economy. Let's fact check some of the claims emerging from the sweeping, nearly $6 trillion tax cut he proposed.
NFL Anthem Protests Evolve Past Kaepernick’s Original Intent

People Defending Players or Decrying Protests aren’t Talking About the Original Cause

Yet people rallying to defend players or decry the protests aren’t talking about police brutality, the original cause for the protest.
America's Worst Photos and Sen. Collins’ Opposition to GOP Health Care

America’s Worst Photos Before Sen. Collins’ Opposition Killed GOP Health Care Drive

Activists filled the hallways at the Senate Finance Committee holding a hearing to consider the Graham-Cassidy health care proposal.
President Donald Trump Revels in Drama Over Spat with NFL

President Donald Trump Revels in Drama Over Spat with NFL

Trump’s words Friday and Saturday sparked a massive show of defiance Sunday. So, what was his point?
Jimmy Kimmel’s Health Care Battle Has Put America on Alert

Jimmy Kimmel’s Health Care Battle Has Put America on Alert

What started Jimmy Kimmel’s rant on national TV and what made McCain vote against the Graham-Cassidy bill?
Food Millennials

These are Some of the Food Millennials Prefer the Most

Bold, daring, different creations are among food Millennials prefer to eat. New and interesting combinations of flavors & food exist thanks to millennials.
Going to White House Was a Great Honor Until Donald Trump Showed Up!

Going to the White House Was a Great Honor Until Donald Trump Showed Up!

President Trump is turning professional sports into a political battleground. He has shifted his full-throated ire toward African American athletes who have spoken out...
Does North Korean H-Bomb Threat Push U.S. Closer to War?

Does North Korean H-Bomb Threat Push U.S. and North Korea Closer to War?

How would the North undertake such a nuclear test, what risks might it pose to Japan and how would the U.S. respond?
Florida Officials Suspends License of Nursing Home After Irma's Death

10 Patients at Nursing Home Died After Irma, is it a Crime?

Any criminal prosecutions will hinge on whether the nursing home staff made honest mistakes or were “culpably negligent.”
Most States Would Take a Hit From New GOP Health Care Bill

Study: Most States Would Take a Hit From New GOP Health Care Bill

The bill would repeal much of the Obama-era Affordable Care Act and limit future federal funding for Medicaid.
Is 'Leadership’ Meaningless in the Trump Era?

In the Trump Age, is the Word ‘Leadership’ Meaningless?

Why is it so difficult to define leadership — and perhaps also desirable for businesses to disguise what they mean by it?
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