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'I would advise' Iran not restart their nuclear program: Trump

'I would advise' Iran not restart their nuclear program: Trump
  • 'I would advise' Iran not restart their nuclear program: Trump FWC: ‘I would advise’ Iran not restart their nuclear program: Trump

    The day after pulling the U.S. from the nuclear deal, President Trump issued a stern warning to Iran not to restart its nuclear program.

  • In The Coal Counties Of Central Appalachia, Will Trump's Promises Come True? FWC: In The Coal Counties Of Central Appalachia, Will Trump’s Promises Come True?

    Donald Trump promised coal miners: “You’re going to be working your asses off!” NPR spent more than a year in the coal counties of central Appalachia and found hope, cynicism and some surprises.(Image credit: Carol Guzy for NPR)

  • Molly Ringwald lived in fear of Golden State Killer FWC: Molly Ringwald lived in fear of Golden State Killer

    “I lived and went to school in the east area of Sacramento, where the violent serial predator was breaking into people’s suburban homes and raping women, regardless whether children were present,” Ringwald wrote.

  • Mukasey: Mueller Investigation Was Launched in a ‘Flawed Way’ FWC: Mukasey: Mueller Investigation Was Launched in a ‘Flawed Way’

    On this weekend’s broadcast of Fox News Channel’s “Sunday Morning Futures,” former George W. Bush U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey said special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe was launched “initially in a flawed way.” Mukasey said, “I think what we heard on Friday is the fruit of — the rather bitter…

  • One State’s Voters Have A Chance To Do Something About Gerrymandering FWC: One State’s Voters Have A Chance To Do Something About Gerrymandering

    Ohio voters will decide Tuesday whether to reshape the way congressional lines are drawn in the state.

  • Today in History for May 10th FWC: Today in History for May 10th

    Highlights of this day in history: A golden spike completes America’s first transcontinental railroad; Nazis burn books in Germany; Rudolf Hess parachutes into Scotland; Nelson Mandela takes office in S. Africa; U2’s frontman Bono born. (May 10)         

  • Correction: Science Says-Volcanoes Explained story FWC: Correction: Science Says-Volcanoes Explained story

    WASHINGTON (AP) — In a story May 7 about the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii, The Associated Press misspelled the name of a university. It is Denison University, not Dennison.

  • U.S. Embassy Moves Twitter Presence from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem FWC: U.S. Embassy Moves Twitter Presence from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem

    The U.S. Embassy in Israel has a new Twitter handle. Ahead of the much-anticipated move from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem next week, the embassy is upgrading its social media profile to reflect its new home.