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6 Dec 2018
Five U.S. Marines are missing following a still-unexplained mishap off the coast of Japan on Thursday involving two Marine Corps aircraft, which may have collided mid-air during a refueling exercise gone wrong, U.S. officials said.
27 Nov 2018
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday the agreement allowing the United Kingdom to leave the European Union may make trade between Washington and London more difficult.
3 Nov 2018
President Donald Trump says he thinks the U.S. and China will reach a deal to end the ongoing trade dispute and that it would be good for both sides.
21 Oct 2018
Hundreds of Central American migrants remain camped on a bridge separating Guatemala and Mexico on Saturday, as efforts to halt a trek north by the caravan gathered pace under U.S. pressure.
21 Oct 2018
Honduran migrants Jairo Velazquez and Kelyn Godoy told Reuters they are "risking" their lives as they trek north to the U.S. to save themselves from hunger and corruption in their native country.
20 Oct 2018
Former U.K. Ambassador to the U.S. Peter Westmacott discusses the latest Brexit negotiations over the Irish border in an attempt to clear the path to a deal.
20 Oct 2018
A Russian national was charged by the U.S. for allegedly being one of the masterminds behind a conspiracy to interfere in both the 2016 and 2018 elections.
14 Oct 2018
Before heading to a rally on Saturday, President Donald Trump told reporters the U.S. should have a merit-based immigration system.
7 Oct 2018
Richard Haass, Council on Foreign Relations president and author of "A World in Disarray," discusses the state of U.S.-China relations and trade sanctions on Iran.
6 Oct 2018
The Trump administration is moving ahead with plans to revise safety rules that bar fully self-driving cars from the roads without equipment such as steering wheels, pedals and mirrors.
6 Oct 2018
Samm Sacks, Center for Strategic and International Studies senior fellow for tech policy, and Bloomberg's Jordan Robertson discuss the Bloomberg Businessweek investigation that showed Chinese hackers implanted tiny microchips on servers that made their way into U.S. data centers.
5 Oct 2018
U.S. payrolls increased by 134,000 in September while the unemployment rate declined to the lowest level since 1969 at 3.7 percent.

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