World

North Korea willing to hold talks with US, ex-spy chief says

North Korea has "enough" willingness to hold talks with the U.S., a former intelligence chief from the rogue country believed to be the mastermind behind a deadly attack on South Korea told the country's president on Sunday.

United States

Billy Graham played complicated role in US race relations

The Rev. Billy Graham had a complicated role in race relations, particularly when confronting segregation in his native South.

World

The Latest: Germany, France press Putin on cease-fire deal

The Latest on the conflict in Syria (all times local): 4 p.m.

World

Thousands march in memory of slain Russian opposition leader

Thousands of people have marched down a central Moscow boulevard to mark the third anniversary of the slaying of Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov.

World

Pakistan: Blasphemy suspect who jumped off building healing

A Pakistani official says a blasphemy suspect who suffered serious injuries after jumping off a federal building is now in stable condition.

Technology

12 texting tips you didn't know the iPhone could do

“Hey, can I call you?” I bet millions send this text every day. It’s common etiquette. You text first and see whether someone is busy. If you get a “Sure,” or “Y,” or “K,” you can ring that person up.

United States

CDC employee's disappearance prompts $10G reward offer

A search was underway in the Atlanta area to find an employee of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention who went home sick more than a week ago and has been missing ever since.

Technology

US, Britain in cybersecurity divide over Chinese tech firm Huawei

Washington is cranking up pressure on Huawei Technologies Co., the Chinese telecommunications-equipment maker that U.S. officials view as a potential tool for state-sponsored spying.

Politics

Condoleezza Rice says US needs to consider Second Amendment's place in 'modern world'

This month's massacre in Parkland, Fla., seems like a key moment in the nation's ongoing debate about the Second Amendment, former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said during a radio interview Friday.

United States

Man used hunting knife in brutal slaying at Massachusetts library, authorities say

A man armed with a hunting knife stabbed a woman to death Saturday inside a public library in Massachusetts, authorities said.

United States

Mother, daughter thwart armed robbery attempt at Oklahoma liquor store

Shots rang out during an armed robbery at an Oklahoma liquor store on Thursday night after a man threatened a mother and daughter for the money in the register, Tulsa World reported.

Politics

Trump talks Dems' memo, guns and border wall in exclusive interview with Fox News

President Donald Trump urged the nation “to all come together” Saturday night as he discussed the Democrats' FISA rebuttal memo, potential new gun legislation and plans for a border wall in an exclusive interview with Fox News.

Entertainment

Sridevi, Bollywood leading lady of '80s and '90s, dies at 54

Sridevi, Bollywood's leading lady of the 1980s and '90s who redefined stardom for actresses in India, has died at age 54.

United States

US sailor at Camp Pendleton dies after being struck by helicopter blade

A U.S. sailor at Camp Pendleton in California who was critically injured Wednesday when he was struck by a helicopter’s rotor blade died early Saturday morning.

United States

Oklahoma employee defends liquor store from thief, report says

Shots rang out during an armed robbery at an Oklahoma liquor store on Thursday night after a man threatened a mother and daughter for the money in the register, Tulsa World reported.

World

Cambodia's ruling party has sure lock on Senate election

Cambodia's ruling party is assured of a sweeping victory in the election of a new Senate after the only real opposition to it was eliminated.

World

China will deal 'seriously' with N. Korea sanctions breaches

A foreign ministry official says China will "seriously" deal with any breaches of U.N. Security Council resolutions on North Korea should they be found.

Sport

US men's curling team accidentally given women's gold medals

There was a little bit of confusion during the medal ceremony for Men’s Olympic Curling on Saturday at the Pyeongchang Games.

Politics

Democrats' FISA memo rebuttal: What's under those black bars?

The House Intelligence Committee on Saturday released a long-awaited Democratic rebuttal to a GOP memo that outlined alleged government surveillance abuses during the 2016 presidential campaign -- a rebuttal that came with heavy redactions.

Politics

Democratic rebuttal to GOP FISA memo sparks reactions from politicians

The House Intelligence Committee released Saturday the long-anticipated Democratic rebuttal which attempts to dismantle claims made in a GOP memo alleging the government used improper surveillance tactics during the 2016 presidential campaign.

United States

Texas high school teacher on administrative leave after recording student fight

A Texas high school teacher has reportedly been placed on administrative leave after allegedly recording a fight between two students instead of intervening.

United States

Gay pride parade permit denied, but Mississippi aldermen won't say why: report

A municipal assembly's vote to deny a request to hold a gay pride parade in northeastern Mississippi has drawn backlash from a civil liberties group.

Politics

White House, Schiff spar over Dems' surveillance memo

The White House and the top Democrat on the House Intelligence committee sparred Saturday over the release of the memo by Democrats regarding the alleged surveillance abuses in the Russia investigation.

Politics

Immigration, spending deadlines, short House week add to Congress' dilemmas this week over gun laws

Congress returns this week to address calls to tighten gun laws after Florida school massacre. But whether any change will occur is uncertain, especially amid short House week, immigration reform priorities.

United States

Police nab twin brother school coaches a week apart on child porn charges

Twin brothers have lost their California school jobs after being busted on child pornography charges a week apart in separate cases.

Politics

Could veterans be Democrats’ secret midterm weapon?

Washington Democrats and their supporters have recruited and backed dozens of military veterans to run in this year’s elections -- even sending some into deep-red districts to challenge the Republican Party for the so-called “guns-and-God” vote and

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