The Newsweek Momentum Awards will recognize five individuals around the globe, as well as one city, which will be chosen as the "smartest city in the world."
The U.S. is weighing in on Vietnam's side after amid a standoff in the South China Sea, where Washington says Beijing is blocking access to "$2.5 trillion in unexploited hydrocarbon resources."
"I can't analyze that," Michael McFaul, the former ambassador to Russia, told MSNBC about President Donald Trump's feud with Denmark over Greenland.
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"Federal debt, which is already high by historical standards, is on an unsustainable course, projected to rise even higher after 2029," said Congressional Budget Office Director Phillip Swagel.
While most everyone is familiar with Angkor Wat, Petra or Rome's Colosseum, it is sometimes the overlooked cities—once megalopolises now in disrepair—that tell a more potent story.
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California billionaire Steyer has had trouble establishing himself on a national level.
Apple says clean Apple Card with a microfiber cloth, and avoid contact with leather and denim.
The Federation of American Scientists has released the U.S. Army's 52-card playing deck featuring two jokers all detailing Iran's weapons arsenal.
"The relationship between the State of Israel and the United States is a link between peoples, which relies on historical ties, deep and strong friendships and shared values," Israeli President Reuven Rivlin told Nancy Pelosi.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy also ruled out declaring a state of emergency after household filters were found not be working.
Skybot F-850, also known as Fedor, left Earth on the Soyuz-2.1a rocket late Wednesday night.
Political independents remain starkly opposed to the president, with 65 percent disapproving of the way he is handling his job.
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