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- China and US face off in Djibouti as the world powers fight for influence in Africa
A dirt track at Djibouti's Doraleh Port leads to a series of unassuming single-story buildings that, earlier this year, hosted the world's two superpowers.
- As populists falter, Europe is sent a mixed message
Europe's populist surge appears to have stalled. On Sunday night, as projections for the European Parliamentary election rolled in, Euroskeptic hopes (and fears) of nationalist politicians becoming a powerful force inside the European Union faded.
- Pro-EU parties hold off populist surge in European elections
- Trump meets Japanese emperor
After a day of casual diplomatic male bonding, President Donald Trump entered the more stately portion of his visit to Japan on Monday, honoring the country's newly enthroned emperor and sitting for trade- and security-focused talks with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
- Inspiring graduation photo shows woman in fields where her immigrant parents work
Erica Alfaro says she never forgot the advice her mom gave her when the two worked long hours together in California's Central Valley tomato fields.
- Catholic priests confronted by alleged sex abuse victims
- Trump fuels age-old conflict in Middle East
- McCain 'kept reciting' dictator names during Trump inauguration
Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar on Saturday told a crowd of voters in Iowa that late Arizona Sen. John McCain "kept reciting" the names of dictators to her during President Donald Trump's inauguration speech in January 2017.
- Climber who warned of Everest overcrowding dies on mountain
A British mountaineer who recently died on Everest warned of overcrowding at the summit in his last post to social media.
- Why the country with the world's largest oil reserves faces gas shortages
For many Venezuelans, oil is a birthright in the country blessed with the largest crude reserves in the world. Despite wild hyperinflation, Venezuela's government has never increased the price of gasoline. Today, amid a crushing economic crisis, filling up a tank in Venezuela is still basically free -- but only if you can afford to wait for days in line.
- German Jews told not to wear kippahs in public
German Jews have been warned by a leading government official not to wear traditional kippahs in all public settings following a rise in anti-Semitic attacks across the country.
- US soccer star says FIFA isn't 'doing nearly enough' to help women's game
With the Women's World Cup around the corner, American soccer star Megan Rapinoe called out the sport's leadership for not doing enough to level the pitch for men and women players.
- China is not the source of our economic problems -- corporate greed is
China is not an enemy. It is a nation trying to raise its living standards through education, international trade, infrastructure investment, and improved technologies. In short, it is doing what any country should do when confronted with the historical reality of being poor and far behind more powerful countries. Yet the Trump administration is now aiming to stop China's development, which could prove to be disastrous for both the United States and the entire world.
- Judge suspended over anti-Trump digs
A Utah judge has been suspended for six months over anti-Trump comments he made in court and on social media.
- Missing hiker lived on berries in forest for 17 days
It had been more than two weeks that she had been lost in a thick Hawaiian forest, and Amanda Eller was at an end.