Politics

Trump willing to 'sit down' with North Korea's Kim Jong Un

President Trump said Wednesday he is willing to negotiate directly with Kim Jong Un over North Korea’s nuclear weapons program but expressed doubts it would ultimately work.

Startups

Company builder Entrepreneur First is expanding to Berlin

 Entrepreneur First (EF), the London-headquartered company builder that invests in individuals “pre-team, pre-idea” to help create new technology startups, is continuing to expand internationally. Following adding an outpost and program in

Life & Style

Couple sues wedding program printer for homophobic pamphlets

“This was by far the most direct, personal, and aggressive act of homophobia either of us has experienced to date,” the couple said of the shipment.

Sport

Holder Fernandez leads at Europeans after short program

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Spain's Javier Fernandez stumbled on a quad Salchow but still took the lead after the short program at the European figure skating championships on Wednesday as he bids to win a sixth consecutive title.

Business

YouTube announces major changes to how it works in wake of Logan Paul 'suicide forest' video

Site has been criticised for the videos it allows people to watch, as well as putting ads from high-profile companies next to them

Business

Walmart To Give Away Kits To Dispose Of Opioids At Home

In another private-sector effort to limit the availability of prescription opioids in the U.S., Walmart is introducing a new, free program for people who fill opioid prescriptions to help them dispose of unused pills safely at home.

Business

OracleVoice: Australia's Electronic Health Record Program Already Showing Benefits

Program's ultimate goal is to speed life-saving treatment to citizens anytime and anywhere they need it.

Top News

Japan: North Korea 'buying time'

South Korea pressed ahead with talks to include its northern neighbor in next month's Winter Olympics Wednesday, but Seoul's allies are voicing concern Pyongyang may be using the talks to buy time to pursue its weapons program.

Health

Wal-Mart launches program to safely dispose of unused opioids

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wal-Mart Stores Inc on Wednesday said it will provide customers filling prescriptions for opioids with a packet of powder that will help them dispose of leftover medication in order to help curb misuse and abuse.

World

House Republicans just released their plan to avoid a disastrous government shutdown

The House GOP released their short-term government funding bill, which includes a series of additions like funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program.

Australia

South Australian Liberals vow to scrap version of Safe Schools if they win election

Two months from election, Liberals promise more comprehensive approach to bullyingSouth Australia’s version of the Safe Schools program will be scrapped if the opposition wins the March state election. The Liberals’ education spokesman, John

Technology

US Senate advances bill to renew NSA's internet surveillance program

The US Senate has advanced a bill to renew the NSA's warrantless internet surveillance program.

United States

Legislation on foreign surveillance clears Senate hurdle

Legislation extending a government program established to gather information from foreigners overseas has cleared a key Senate hurdle.

Technology

YouTube is trying to clean itself up by making it much harder for small video makers to make money

It will kick “tens of thousands” of video makers out its advertising program.

World

Trump administration will ask Supreme Court to reverse DACA ruling

The Trump administration is seeking a fast track to the Supreme Court in its effort to end the DACA program.        

Sport

Sumlin says coaching Arizona is 'the right challenge'

Wildcats AD Dave Heeke expects a transparent program under Sumlin.

World

Opinion: Olympics diplomacy could solve the Korea crisis

Olympics diplomacy will get its day, even if it comes beneath the shadow of the North Korean nuclear program.

Politics

No. 2 House Democrat says Trump qualifies 'for being a racist'

The No. 2 House Democrat said Tuesday that President Donald Trump qualifies as a racist and argued against the bipartisan Senate compromise to address the expiring Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

Politics

The restaurant and construction industries would get hit the hardest if DACA expires

The restaurant and construction industries would be hardest hit by the expiration of the DACA program.

Politics

DOJ to appeal San Fran DACA ruling, will ask Supreme Court to end program

The Justice Department on Tuesday said it plans to appeal a lower-court ruling that blocked the Trump administration from ending an Obama-era program aimed at shielding immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children from deportation.

Science

Kentucky's governor threatens to take coverage away from close to 500,000 people if his huge Medicaid changes are blocked

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin filed an executive order that would end the state's Medicaid expansion if a court struck down new changes to the program.

World

U.S.-led meeting urges North Korea pressure despite North-South detente

VANCOUVER (Reuters) - The world needs to keep up pressure on North Korea to force it to abandon its nuclear weapons program and should not be fooled by a charm offensive in engaging South Korea, participants at a 20-nation meeting on North Korea said on T

Politics

Trump Administration Will Appeal DACA Ruling

A 9th U.S. Circuit Court last week blocked Trump's move to end the program for Dreamers.

Politics

Senate to vote to renew NSA's internet surveillance program

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate on Tuesday planned to vote to advance a bill to renew the National Security Agency's warrantless internet surveillance program, as privacy advocates made a final push to derail the measure.

Sportscar

TruSpeed returns to World Challenge with Audi R8s

Team owner Tyler Tadevic said: “It is awesome to finally be able to announce our participation in the 2018 Pirelli World Challenge. We have been hard at work for the past three months securing equipment and the proper personnel to put together a win

Top News

Doctors and parents scramble to cover kids' needs

Doctors are advising patients to be sure to fill medication orders now or are giving away drugs to make sure children have enough should Capitol Hill fail to pass a long-term extension of the Children's Health Insurance Program.

World

Greece Inches Closer to Ending Bailout Regime

After nearly eight years of turmoil, the country is within striking distance of freeing itself from a program that has strained its citizens and the eurozone alike.

World

Greece's Parliament Votes on Another Bailout Reform Package

Greece’s parliament voted on dozens of fiscal, labor and energy reforms, as the government seeks to wrap up the current review of its bailout program, leaving just one inspection before the end of the country’s bailout regime after eight yea

Technology

Natural Cycles Contraceptive App Blamed For 37 Unplanned Pregnancies

Dozens of women learned last year that there isn’t really an app for everything, at least not one that works, after having unplanned pregnancies while using a contraceptive program, according to Daily Mail.

Politics

What is the diversity visa program and why does Trump want to end it?

As the White House and lawmakers continue to work toward immigration reform, President Trump has remained steadfast in his four demands – including an end to a visa lottery program aimed at increasing immigrant diversity.

Politics

On shutdown and DACA fix, more questions than answers

President Donald Trump -- with the quiet, but strong support of congressional Republican leaders -- has rejected the lone bipartisan proposal on the table to address the expiring Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

Politics

Trump quotes himself, says Democrats 'don't want' a DACA deal

President Trump slammed Democrats early Monday, tweeting that Democrats “don’t want” to make a deal on the Obama-era program shielding immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children from deportation.

World

Airbus admits it will have to stop making its A380 if there's no new deal with Emirates

Airbus has admitted that unless it can find more buyers for its A380 superjumbo, the program may have to end.

Politics

Trump says Dems don't want to make DACA deal, adds he's 'not a racist'

President Trump doubled down Sunday evening on criticism of congressional Democrats over stalled negotiations to secure the future of an Obama-era program shielding immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children from deportation -- while also denyin

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