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The United States Welcomes Saudi Decision to Allow Women to Drive

The United States on Tuesday welcomed Saudi Arabia's decision to join the rest of the world in allowing women behind the wheel.

Al-Qaeda On the Rise in Post 9/11 World

Al-Qaeda is on the rise again in the shadow of the Islamic State group in Syria, 16 years after the jihadists shocked the United States in the September 11, 2001 attacks, experts said Monday.

Polanski Bid for Reconsideration of Sentence on 1977 Rape Denied

A US judge on Monday rejected a motion by fugitive filmmaker Roman Polanski seeking assurances that he can return to the United States without fear of being jailed for having sex with a minor four decades ago. 

Visiting Canadian PM Walks With Mayor Garcetti

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wrapped up his trip to the United States Saturday with a stop in Los Angeles, where he and Mayor Eric Garcetti spoke with reporters at Griffith Observatory and went for a morning hike at Griffith Park.

US Withholds $65 Million from United Nations Relief for Palestinians

(AFP ) The United States held back $65 million meant for the United Nations relief agency for Palestinians on Tuesday, two weeks after President Donald Trump threatened future payments.

Jay-Z and JLo Will Headline Hurricane Benefit Show in NYC

 Rap mogul Jay-Z and pop superstar Jennifer Lopez will headline a concert in New York to raise funds for survivors of hurricanes that have devastated the United States and the Caribbean.

The United States Welcomes Saudi Decision to Allow Women to Drive

The United States on Tuesday welcomed Saudi Arabia's decision to join the rest of the world in allowing women behind the wheel.

Al-Qaeda On the Rise in Post 9/11 World

Al-Qaeda is on the rise again in the shadow of the Islamic State group in Syria, 16 years after the jihadists shocked the United States in the September 11, 2001 attacks, experts said Monday.

United States, Britain, France Ramp Up Hurricane Relief Efforts

Britain, France, the Netherlands and the United States have ramped up relief efforts for their territories in the Caribbean after the passage of Hurricane Irma last week left devastation in its wake.

mitu Digital Media to Fund Campaign on Behalf of Immigrants

  A Santa Monica-based, Latino-oriented digital media company announced what it calls a global social movement Wednesday aimed at raising millions of dollars to provide legal assistance to the estimated 11 million immigrants living in the United States illegally.

Polanski Bid for Reconsideration of Sentence on 1977 Rape Denied

A US judge on Monday rejected a motion by fugitive filmmaker Roman Polanski seeking assurances that he can return to the United States without fear of being jailed for having sex with a minor four decades ago. 

US and Britain Ban Large Electronic Devices in Passenger Cabins on Mid-East Flights

The United States and Britain on Tuesday banned larger electronic devices from the passenger cabin on flights from some airports in Turkey, the Middle East and North Africa.

At Least Four Bands Hindered by Visa Woes at South by Southwest Festival

At least four bands have been forced to cancel at South by Southwest after being refused entry into the United States, with some artists blaming President Donald Trump's policies.
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