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WASHINGTON (AP) — China's surprising suspension of North Korean coal imports puts pressure not only on Pyongyang, but also on President Donald Trump. The question for him: Should the U.S. respond with new North Korea negotiations? Years of failed efforts to stem North Korea's...
Photos courtesy of Senator Cornyn's office WASHINGTON –U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) today concluded a Congressional delegation trip to learn about law enforcement’s multi-layered approach to securing the U.S.-Mexico border, improving public safety, and ensuring the flow of...
GENEVA (AP) — The Latest on the Syrian conflict (all times local): 9:30 p.m. A Syrian opposition official says the negotiating delegation in Geneva would like "direct" talks with representatives of the Damascus government. Speaking to reporters after his arrival on Wednesday,...
Map courtesy of City of Austin Austin Water’s Wildland Conservation will conduct prescribed burns on 60 acres of the Water Quality Protection Lands on Thursday, February 23. This tract includes the Slaughter Creek Trail. To ensure public safety the Slaughter Creek Trail will be...
WASHINGTON (AP) — China's surprising suspension of North Korean coal imports puts pressure not only on Pyongyang, but also on President Donald Trump. The question for him: Should the U.S. respond with new North Korea negotiations? Years of failed efforts to stem North Korea's...
WASHINGTON (AP) — China's surprising suspension of North Korean coal imports puts pressure not only on Pyongyang, but also on President Donald Trump. The question for him: Should the U.S. respond with new North Korea negotiations? Years of failed efforts to stem North Korea's...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Bacteria live on everyone's skin, and new research shows some friendly germs produce natural antibiotics that ward off their disease-causing cousins. Now scientists are mixing the good bugs into lotions in hopes of spreading protection. In one early test, those...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Bacteria live on everyone's skin, and new research shows some friendly germs produce natural antibiotics that ward off their disease-causing cousins. Now scientists are mixing the good bugs into lotions in hopes of spreading protection. In one early test, those...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Bacteria live on everyone's skin, and new research shows some friendly germs produce natural antibiotics that ward off their disease-causing cousins. Now scientists are mixing the good bugs into lotions in hopes of spreading protection. In one early test, those...