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Where Americans Are Moving

More American homebuyers headed south in 2018 than to anywhere else in the United States. Among the southern states, Florida emerged as the No. 1 destination for people who moved from one state to another with the intention of buying a home, according to an analysis from Lending Tree. The online marketplace found that 12.4 percent of the people ...

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As Shutdown Drags On, Fears of Air Travel Disruptions Grow

U.S. airport security workers and air traffic controllers working without pay warned that security and safety could be compromised if a government shutdown continues beyond Friday, when some workers will miss their first paychecks. On the 19th day of a partial government shutdown caused by a dispute over funding President Donald Trump wants for ...

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Democratic lawmakers call for hearings into denial of passports to Americans

U.S. officials have thrown into question the citizenship of hundreds of Hispanic-Americans along the U.S.-Mexico border. The State Department said ...

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US, China Open Trade Talks to Ease Tensions

U.S.-China trade talks opened Monday in Beijing, with negotiators for the world's two biggest economies trying to resolve tariff disputes that have ...

Illegal migration to EU falls to lowest level in 5 years

The number of people illegally crossing into Europe dropped last year to its lowest level in five years -- but there's been a spike in the number ...

Tampa Bay Rays to close upper deck, reduce capacity to 26,000

Tropicana Field already had the lowest seating capacity in all of baseball, with room for 31,042 souls.

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Student Customers Look for Options to US Higher Ed

For Canadian-American Kristin Clay, cost was a significant factor when she chose Aalborg University in Denmark for a master's degree in culture, communication and globalization after completing her bachelor’s degree at Palm Beach Atlantic University ...

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Native Americans Ride to Remember Wounded Knee Massacre

Dozens of Lakota and other Native American allies are about to converge on Bridger, South Dakota, for a pilgrimage they've made every December for the last 32 years: a 300-kilometer journey on horseback, retracing the historic journey, of a Lakota chief and 350 of his followers, that ended in a massacre. Alex White Plume, a former president of ...

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NATO Allies Fearful About Departure of 'Trusted' Mattis  

For two years, U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has been urging nervous NATO counterparts to judge the Trump administration by its actions and not by the president's tweets or off-the-cuff remarks. But on Thursday, President Donald Trump posted a tweet the Europeans couldn't ignore: an announcement that the four-star general would soon be leaving ...

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