The fourth significant snow storm in three weeks pounded the US Northeast on Wednesday, cancelling hundreds of flights and closing schools and federal offices on the second official day of spring.
A woman died of her injuries after being struck by a Uber self-driving vehicle in Arizona, police said, and the ride hailing company said it had suspended its autonomous vehicle programme across the US and Canada.
The tragedy took place on Saturday when the girl refused to give up the controller, Monroe County Sheriff Cecil Cantrell said quoting reports.
"There is interest that we've picked up from the Taliban side," US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis told reporters before landing in Kabul, saying the signs dated back several months.
Japan warned the tariffs of 25% on imported steel and 10% on aluminium "could have a grave impact on the economic relationship" between the world's top and third-largest economies.
The United States formally concluded Tuesday that North Korea murdered Kim Jong Un's half-brother with the banned VX nerve agent, blasting Pyongyang for deploying a chemical weapon in a packed international airport.
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said on Monday that Moscow had evidence that the United States was trying to interfere in the Russian presidential election, the RIA news agency quoted him as saying.
Qatar has taken very strong steps in recent months to assist the international community and the US in their campaign against IS, Al Qaeda and other transnational terrorist groups, a senior official from the US Department of State has said.