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British Prime Minister Theresa May is promising that EU citizens will not be kicked out of Britain when it leaves the union and says their fate will be a top priority in Brexit negotiations _ prompting guarded praise from other EU leaders
Authorities say a deputy's bullet that was fired at a charging pit bull apparently ricocheted off the ground and hit and killed a 17-year-old boy who had been helping to restrain the dog
Which came first? The iPad or the iPhone? Scott Forstall tells all in a recent interview at the Computer History Museum. There are more iPhone 8 leaks, and Sega Forever comes to iOS
The village chief of Badibu Saaba, in the Gambia, explains how most of the young men have left. But six months after electing a new president, will things soon change?
From The New York Times: At least 16 Americans have been arrested in North Korea since 1996. Each situation is unique, but there are common threads when it comes to how and when they take Americans into custody.By: By BARBARA MARCOLINI, CHRIS CIRILLO and DAVID E. SANGER. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2tTYL90
The governor of Afghanistan's southern Helmand province has raised the death toll in the suicide car bombing outside a bank there to 29, saying most of those killed in the explosion were civilians.
Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., discusses the GOP effort to overhaul health care, why he won't vote yes on the bill until he reviews it, opioid coverage and making Medicaid sustainable.
David Brooks, Amy Walter, Eugene Robinson and Danielle Pletka join the MTP Panel to discuss heated political rhetoric and the shooting on a Congressional baseball game practice.
In case you thought the Alabama floods weren’t bad enough, residents there may have worry about balls of fire ants forming in the rushing water. Buzz60's Nick Cardona has the full story.
Uber recruited a former Google engineer now accused of stealing trade secrets even though the company had been forewarned he was still carrying around some of his former employer's property
There are more Russian spies in D.C. today than during the Cold War. Here's how they recruit and influence Americans — including government officials.
The text-messaging service Line plans to inaugurate an indoor digital theme park in Thailand's capital, seeking to squeeze maximum advantage from its popularity in the country, its second biggest market after Japan
Concern is growing in a conservative, remote corner of Oregon as people start arriving in a national forest for a Rainbow Family of Living Light annual gathering, a counter-culture get-together expected to draw thousands
Attorneys for the U.S. Department of Justice say Ferguson, Missouri, is making progress in the effort to end racial bias in police and court practices, but more transparency is needed