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Alaska Sen. Dan Sullivan, standing alongside Secretary Jim Mattis, said there was bipartisan support in Congress to see the Arctic in more strategic terms.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's wife, Sara, was charged on Thursday with fraud over the alleged misuse of state funds in ordering catered meals at their official residence, the Justice Ministry said.
AT&T was sued by the Justice Department, but won approval from a judge to move forward with the deal on Tuesday following a six-week trial.
Rescue workers struggled in perilous conditions to find bodies under rivers of ash and mud that swept down from Guatemala's Fuego volcano on Monday, as the number of fatalities from an eruption that partially buried buildings rose to 62.
Britain's Royal Bank of Scotland has joined other banks like HSBC in shoring up its climate policies.
The cause of Roth's death was congestive heart failure, Judith Thurman, a close friend, told The New York Times.
A man killed a passer-by in a knife attack in the heart of Paris and injured four others before being shot dead by police, French authorities said.
The president on Friday also detailed his position over possible talks with U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller, saying his lawyers have advised him against it but that he would submit to questioning if it was "fair."
Twenty-three more people fell ill since the last update on April 27, bringing the total to 121 people from 25 states, the CDC said.
The prime minister's failure to speak out soon enough during the latest bout of public anger fueled criticism that his government was not doing enough to protect women.
The party alleges that top Trump campaign officials conspired with the Russian government and its military spy agency to hurt Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and tilt the election to Trump by hacking Democratic Party computers.
The settlement is the most aggressive move by regulators during the Trump administration to punish a major bank and follows revelations that the United States' third-largest lender had opened millions of sham retail accounts that customers did not want.
The Federal Aviation Administration said it would order inspection of some 220 jet engines after investigators said a broken fan blade touched off an engine explosion on a Southwest Airlines flight.
Argyrios Papathanasopoulos of Greece won the race in 4 hours, 34 minutes and 36 seconds.
Japan's Yuki Kawauchi also earned a stunning victory in a wet and windy Boston Marathon on Monday.