US Charges 6 for Conspiring to Provide Material Support to IS

U.S. officials in Minnesota charged six men Monday for attempting to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State militant group. According to a criminal complaint unsealed Monday, the men, all members of Minnesota’s Somali-American community [...]

US Resumes Trade Talks With Europe, Japan

Trade negotiations resume Monday on two major pacts involving the United States. In New York, talks get under way on a controversial trans-Atlantic deal that sparked street demonstrations over the weekend in Germany; in Tokyo, U.S. and Japanese [...]

Washington Post: Iran Charging US Journalist Rezaian with Four Crimes

WASHINGTON— Iran is charging WashingtonPost journalist Jason Rezaian with four crimes, including espionage, the newspaper said on Monday in a report offering the first details about the exact charges against him. Rezaian, the Post’s [...]

US Urges Greece to Work Out Details

U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew has urged Greece to go through “every line” in its budget to draft a reform plan to satisfy its international creditors. Lew, speaking in Washington Friday, said he believes that is the level of detail [...]

Obama to Host Mideast Leaders at White House, Camp David

President Barack Obama will welcome the leaders of the Gulf Cooperation countries of Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates at the White House and the Camp David presidential retreat on May 13 and 14, the White [...]

Clinton Campaign a Mix of Strengths and Challenges

Back in 2008, Hillary Clinton’s presidential dreams came crashing to earth amid the bucolic rolling farmland of Iowa. Clinton finished a disappointing third in the Iowa Democratic Caucuses behind eventual President Barack Obama and John Edwards [...]

Endangered Hawaiian Birds Get Second Chance

Of the world’s nearly 9,900 bird species, 13 percent – one in eight – are threatened with extinction, according to BirdLife International. Among them are two Hawaiian honeycreepers – tiny birds that live in the forest [...]

FBI Increases Reward for 2008 Times Square Bombing Information

NEW YORK— U.S. federal authorities on Wednesday announced an increased reward of $115,000 for information leading to the conviction of individuals responsible for the 2008 bombing in New York’s Times Square. The FBI, which had offered [...]

Reenactments Mark 150th Anniversary of US Civil War

WASHINGTON— In historic Appomattox, Virginia, reenactments marked a surrender that many historians believe effectively ended the U.S. Civil War 150 years ago. After Confederate troops were cornered by Union forces at Appomattox, the Confederate [...]

US Capitol Briefly Locked Down After Suspected Suicide

WASHINGTON— Law enforcement officials say the U.S. Capitol building was locked down for a few hours as a precaution after shots were fired when a man killed himself outside the building. Capitol Police spokeswoman Kimberly Schneider described [...]

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