In our news wrap Friday, Breonna Taylor’s family demanded Louisville officials release transcripts from grand jury proceedings over whether to charge police in her death. Kentucky’s attorney general said officers had acted in self-defense, after Taylor’s boyfriend fired first. Also,…
TikTok asked a judge to block the Trump Administration's attempt to ban its app, suggesting the Chinese-owned app's deal with Oracle and Walmart remains unsettled.
By Tali Arbel, Associated Press
Xi's announcement during a speech Tuesday to the U.N. General Assembly is a significant step for the world's biggest emitter of greenhouse gases and was immediately cheered by climate campaigners.
By Associated Press
“Burying one’s head in the sand like an ostrich in the face of economic globalization or trying to fight it with Don Quixote’s lance goes against the trend of history. Let this be clear: The world will never return to…
By Ted Anthony, Foster Klug, Associated Press
By Matt Ott, Associated Press
The U.S. will ban the use of WeChat Sunday to “safeguard the national security of the United States.”…
In our news wrap Wednesday, dozens of wildfires are still burning across the Pacific Northwest and California. President Trump declared a federal disaster in Oregon, where several small towns have been razed. But improved weather is helping fire crews, some…
By Jamey Keaten, Associated Press
The World Trade Organization has ruled that the Trump administration's tariffs on Chinese goods worth more than $200 billion are illegal.
By Associated Press
Much remains unclear about the proposed deal with Oracle, including whether it will only cover TikTok's U.S. business, and, if so, how it will be split from the rest of TikTok's social media platform.
U.S. elections continue to be a target of foreign interference. Microsoft announced Thursday that Russia, China and Iran are all trying to hack campaigns and officials. The news comes one day after a whistleblower from the Department of Homeland Security…
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