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US will not recognize Venezuela election results

US will not recognize Venezuela election results

The United States will not recognize the result of Venezuela's presidential election which took place on Sunday, US Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan said.

US, China agree to abandon trade war: Beijing

US, China agree to abandon trade war: Beijing

Washington and Beijing have agreed to abandon any trade war and back off from imposing tariffs on each other, Chinese state media reported Sunday.

Pakistan family mourns daughter killed in Texas shooting

Pakistan family mourns daughter killed in Texas shooting

Abdul Aziz learned about the US school shooting in which his 17-year-old daughter was killed from CNN, with the story airing live as he broke his Ramadan fast thousands of miles away in Pakistan.

Helicopters rescue residents from fresh Hawaii volcano lava flow

Helicopters rescue residents from fresh Hawaii volcano lava flow

Helicopters were rushed in to rescue four trapped residents after lava flowing from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano isolated a cluster of homes, as the US Geological Survey said Saturday an explosion from its crater sent ash pouring into the sky.

Trump marks one year of Mueller probe with 'No Collusion' tweet

Trump marks one year of Mueller probe with 'No Collusion' tweet

Donald Trump on Thursday marked the one-year anniversary of special counsel Robert Mueller's probe into ties between the president's campaign team and Russia with a trademark tweet, reiterating ‘there is still No Collusion.’

US 'hopeful' for Kim-Trump summit as North threatens to cancel

US 'hopeful' for Kim-Trump summit as North threatens to cancel

The White House on Wednesday voiced hope the upcoming summit between North Korea's Kim Jong Un and US President Donald Trump will proceed as planned, as Pyongyang threatened to pull out...

Trump says working with Xi to save telecom giant ZTE

Trump says working with Xi to save telecom giant ZTE

US President Donald Trump said Sunday he was working with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping to prevent telecom giant ZTE from going out of business after it was hit by an American technology sales ban.

Rockefeller Collection sold for record-smashing $832 million

Rockefeller Collection sold for record-smashing $832 million

In what was billed as the ‘sale of the century,’ the art collection of Peggy and David Rockefeller, comprising 1,500 pieces, sold at auction for a record-breaking $832.5 million, Christie's said Friday.

US vows to make North Korea rich if it gives up nukes

US vows to make North Korea rich if it gives up nukes

The United States promised Friday that it would work to rebuild North Korea's sanctions-crippled economy if Kim Jong Un's regime agrees to surrender its nuclear arsenal.

Iran minister to meet Europeans in Brussels on Tuesday: EU

Iran minister to meet Europeans in Brussels on Tuesday: EU

Iran's foreign minister will meet his British, French and German counterparts in Brussels on Tuesday to discuss US President Donald Trump's withdrawal from the nuclear deal with Tehran, the EU said.

Hawaii volcano could be building up to big eruption: scientists

Hawaii volcano could be building up to big eruption: scientists

A Hawaii volcano that has been oozing lava and burping steam for days may be gearing up for a huge eruption, scientists have warned, prompting the closure of Volcanoes National Park on Friday.

Hollywood glitters as 'Star Wars' stages 'Solo' premiere

Hollywood glitters as 'Star Wars' stages 'Solo' premiere

Lucasfilm brought the biggest party in the galaxy to Hollywood on Thursday as rapt devotees gathered under the Millennium Falcon for the world premiere of the latest ‘Star Wars’ spin-off.